PATH Traineeship Vacancy

About the Placement Organisation: 

The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust was formed in April 2002 when the former Pinderfields and Pontefract Hospitals NHS Trust and Dewsbury Health Care NHS Trust merged together.

This is a large acute hospital Trust, serving the communities of Wakefield District and North Kirklees, which makes up around half a million people and also treats patients from surrounding areas too including South Leeds, North Yorkshire, Barnsley and Doncaster.

Most of the services are provided from three main hospital sites – Pinderfields General Hospital, Dewsbury and District Hospital and Pontefract General Infirmary. In addition, day case and outpatient services are provided from Clayton Hospital in Wakefield with some services provided at other facilities and clinics across the district

Phlebotomist & Clerical Assistant (x 4)

Working in partnership with The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS, PATH Yorkshire is offering a traineeship opportunity.

Training Allowance: £12,000 per annum (exempt from tax and NI deductions)

Periods of training: Up to 12 months, subject to periodic reviews

Hours: 37 hours per week

The trainee will carry out routine phlebotomy (blood collection) duties as set out in standard operating procedures. These duties will take place within the blood collecting room, on wards and at selected clinics and surgeries as required. The trainee will also be involved in associated clerical duties within the department.

The trainee will undertake blood collection as required from patients attending the out patients’ blood collection room and from in-patients. They will also train independently at external clinics, surgeries and health centres as required to collect blood samples.

The trainee will:

· Provide a high quality and timely blood collection service to all users.

· Work in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

· Follow all departmental policies and procedures, including Trust and departmental health and safety procedures

 

To find out more about the opportunity, please follow the link: Phlebotomist PATH Training Profile

To apply, please download PATH Traineeship Application Form 2018 and send it to info@pathyorkshire.co.uk

Closing date: 12th August 2019, 4pm

STEP Work Placement Vacancies

6 month paid work placements for Leeds residents aged 25+ who have been unemployed for six months or more

Salary: £8.21 per hour

25 years old and over Leeds residents without paid work for 6 months or more. Have right to work in UK and able to access public funds. Never been on a STEP programme and currently not in education or training.

About the STEP Project by PATH Yorkshire:

As part of the Skills Training Employment Pathways (STEP) project, PATH Yorkshire is offering unique opportunities for long term unemployed Leeds residents, age 25 and over to develop their skills and gain work experience. We have 6 month paid work placements available in various charities across Leeds. We also offer one-to-one support and training throughout the placement. Click the job descriptions to find out more about the placements.

How to Apply: 

Email the following to step@pathyorkshire.co.uk 

  1. Applicant’s CV
  2. Supporting Statement with Job Title you’re applying for
  3. Declaration Form (Form: Eligibility Check and Application declaration form updated 6 months eligibility )

STEP Vacancies will be closed as soon as we receive enough applications.

Sorry, we currently do not have any STEP vacancies at the moment. Please check back in the future. Thank you.

Questions?  Call us on 0113 262 4600 or email your enquiries to step@pathyorkshire.co.uk

Vacancies from our Partners

Careers at The Joseph Rowntree Foundation

 

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation is an independent social change organisation working to solve UK poverty.

Every role across the organisation contributes to the work we do to inspire social change whether that’s providing excellent services or being involved in our highly regarded research.

Details: https://www.jrf.org.uk/job-vacancy

More Details: https://www.jrf.org.uk/about-us/careers

 

 

Yorkshire Ambulance Service is recruiting for Health Advisors (Formally known as 111 Call Handler) to take 111 calls for the Integrated Urgent Care (IUC) service. For a start date in September and October 2019.

– Are you passionate about patient care?

– Would working evening and weekends suit your work-life balance?

– Are you looking for a role with a variety of working hours?

– Can you commit to six weeks of full time training?

– Do you have good communications skills and an excellent telephone manner?

Then this could be the opportunity you have been waiting for as Yorkshire Ambulance Service are recruiting for IUC Health Advisors. As a Health Advisor for the IUC service you will be the first point of contact for patients, patients’ relatives and healthcare professionals who call the 111 service. The single memorable 111 number enables patients to call for advice and assistance 24/7 365 days a year and we are currently recruiting people to assist patients to access urgent care services.

 

 

 

 

Health Adviser (111 Call Handler)

 

What are we looking for?

We are looking for people who have strong customer service skills; effective listening; verbal and written communication skills and with the ability to deal with complex, sensitive and distressing information.

We require a minimum of 3 GCSE’s or equivalent including English, or are able to demonstrate your customer service experience. If you are already Pathways trained and your license is up to date this would be an advantage.

What can we offer? We have vacancies at our Wakefield and Rotherham (Wath upon Dearne) Call Centre’s to start in September. There are a variety of part-time hours available (20/24 hours per week covering evenings and weekends, 30 hours nights and weekends only rota)

All staff are expected to work 6 out of 8 bank holidays as well as 3 weekends out of 4.

In return for working the unsocial hours, under Agenda for Change Section 2, Band 3 Health Advisors are entitled to an additional premium. This includes a higher percentage of unsocial payment during the Out of Hours, on evenings and at weekends. Additional information is available on the NHS Employers website.

Training

This will take place at our Wakefield and Rotherham sites. Initial training is 6 weeks full time. You will then return to the classroom for a further week full time around week 9 or 10 to consolidate your training. Please note that the NHS Pathways element of the training (weeks 1 and 2) needs to be passed to enable employment to continue.

Please Note the assessment centre and interviews will be held in Wakefield on WC 29th July. If shortlisted for the assessment centre you should expect to be with us for approx 1.5 hours. This will comprise of a presentation and a computer based assessment, if successful you will then be offered an interview on the night.

Why not take a look at our NHS Career of Choice video that can be found on Youtube for more information about working in this role.

For more details and how to apply, please visit: https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915648765

Leeds Trinity has a lot to be proud of – we’re in sixth place nationally for our teaching quality and the top University in Yorkshire for student satisfaction and employability.  We’re looking for talented and enthusiastic people to join our team and be part of our ongoing success story.  Applications are invited for the following post:

HEAD OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Salary in the range £50,132 to £58,089 per annum 

Leeds Trinity University is making significant investments in its IT systems as part of an exciting programme of change for the University and we are looking to appoint to the pivotal new role of Head of Information Systems. 

The successful candidate will lead the University’s Information Systems department with overall responsibility for the planning, development, delivery, support and maintenance of University Information Systems, including student systems and e-learning technologies.  They will support the Director of Information Services in developing a portfolio of information systems that support the University strategic plan, facilitate its new activities, improve the student experience and improve efficiency through process automation and self-service.  The postholder will also manage relationships between the University and its information system suppliers, along with providing project and programme management of information system procurement, development and change projects.

 It is essential that the successful candidate has the credibility and experience to ensure effective stakeholder engagement for all information systems and e-learning projects including but not limited to effective communications, gathering and clarification of requirements and addressing stakeholder concerns in relation to business process changes. 

Applicants must have significant experience of managing the development and support of Information Systems in a medium/large organisation.  They must also be able to demonstrate their ability to plan and manage large and complex cross-organisational change projects over the full project lifecycle.  They are expected to have up-to-date knowledge of systems development tools and methods. 

Employees of the University have access to a wide range of benefits including our generous contributory pension schemes, excellent holiday entitlements, on-site sport and fitness centre membership, car park permit scheme and Employee Assistance Programme.  We also operate a free shuttle bus to Horsforth station and have an externally owned day nursery facility on campus, along with plenty of shopping, leisure and travel discounts available.  Our Juice health and wellbeing platform provides the opportunity to engage in a variety of activities and includes high quality health articles relating to current national and University specific initiatives.

 CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: Monday 5 August 2019

 Interviews for this role are expected to take place on Wednesday 14 August 2019 

Applicants are asked to state in their supporting information any dates they would be unavailable for interview 

For an informal conversation about the role, please contact Mark Joyce, Director of Information Services  m.joyce@leedstrinity.ac.uk

 Further details and the online application are available at: http://www.leedstrinity.ac.uk/jobs

 If you have any queries about the application process, please email jobs@leedstrinity.ac.uk

or call 0113 283 7130.

WORK BASED LEARNING TUTOR (2 POSTS)

Salary circa £33k per annum

Are you passionate about learning and helping others to fulfil their full potential? Two exciting opportunities have arisen to join the Centre for Apprenticeships, Work Based Learning and Skills at Leeds Trinity University. The successful applicants will be articulate, enthusiastic, persuasive and able to build strong relationships with employers, apprentices and academics.

We are seeking individuals with some experience of teaching in a HE and/or work place setting. Knowledge of Work Based Learning and Degree/Higher Apprenticeships and experience of delivering on business or leadership programmes would be an advantage. Above all the successful applicants need to be able to demonstrate a passion for learning and a commitment to providing the highest level of student and learning support.

Employees of the University have access to a wide range of benefits including our generous contributory pension schemes, excellent holiday entitlements, on-site sport and fitness centre membership, car park permit scheme and Employee Assistance Programme. We also operate a free shuttle bus to Horsforth station and have an externally owned day nursery facility on campus, along with plenty of shopping, leisure and travel discounts available. Our Juice health and wellbeing platform provides the opportunity to engage in a variety of activities and includes high quality health articles relating to current national and University specific initiatives.

For more information or an informal conversation please contact the Head of Work Based Learning, Prof. Ruth Helyer at r.helyer@leedstrinity.ac.uk

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 22 July 2019

Interviews for these posts are expected to take place on 7 August 2019 Further details and the online application are available at: http://www.leedstrinity.ac.uk/jobs

If you have any queries about the application process, please email jobs@leedstrinity.ac.uk

or call 0113 283 7130.

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