Healthcare Assistant Uk Sponsorship Available

June 19, 2024
£22.4 - £22.4 / year

Job Description


Are you seeking for an intriguing challenge that will provide you with opportunity to learn?
Are you a highly motivated and dynamic person?

Our Surgery & Cancer division is now seeking highly motivated HCAs that are passionate about providing high-quality care to provide a great patient experience. You must have great communication skills and be prepared to work in a busy and sometimes tough workplace that will be both rewarding and intriguing.

The Trust is an A-rated sponsor and can give sponsorship for specific roles; however, the Home Office restricts this, and not all roles are eligible. If you are unsure about whether the post you are applying for is likely to attract sponsorship, please click on the links below or contact the Recruitment Team. Health and Care Worker Visa Overview – GOV.UK ( Skilled Worker Visa Overview – GOV.UK (

Healthcare Assistants perform a variety of care activities directly with patients and their families/caregivers.

We have permanent positions with full and part-time hours. You do not need experience, but you must possess attributes and talents that qualify you to care for individuals in a rewarding yet hard workplace.

You must be able to work 12-hour shifts during the day, night, and weekend.

We provide excellent prospects for advancement to both Nursing Associate and Nursing positions, as well as a significant pension, yearly leave, and other employee perks.

These functions are carried out after training (which we will give), under the supervision of a professionally competent practitioner, and may entail the following tasks:

  • Assisting patients to wash, shower, and dress
  • Serving food and, as needed, assisting patients to eat
  • Making and Changing Beds
  • Turning patients in bed to avoid pressure sores
  • Talking with patients can make them feel less lonely or anxious.
  • Assisting patients with mobility issues to move around
  • Distributing and collecting bedpans
  • Assisting patients to the toilet

It’s critical to recognise that some aspects of healthcare profession might be difficult. You will be needed to assist patients with personal care and handle highly emotional situations. You must be able to speak sympathetically with patients and their distressed families, as well as care for critically ill patients.

MCHFT provides a comprehensive variety of local hospital and community services to residents of East Cheshire (population 399K) and West Cheshire and Chester boroughs (population 357K).

The Trust offers high-quality planned and unplanned/emergency treatment, cardiac and critical care, child health, maternity services, and intermediate care at its three locations: Leighton Hospital in Crewe, Victoria Infirmary in Northwich, and Elmhurst Intermediate treatment Centre in Winsford.

The Trust provides 500 beds and employs nearly 5,000 people.

Our community arm, Central Cheshire Integrated Care Partnership, collaborates with Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS FT and the South Cheshire and Vale Royal GP Alliance to deliver a wide range of community services across 26 medical sites and schools.

With the introduction of Integrated Care Systems in July 2022, the Trust became a strategic partner in both Cheshire East and Cheshire West and Chester ‘places’ and is a member of the Cheshire and Merseyside partnership that cares for a population of over 2.7 million.

Mid Cheshire’s aim is to inspire hope and deliver unmatched care to the people and communities of Cheshire, allowing them to live life to the fullest.

Healthcare employment is really rewarding. You are positively impacting the lives of people when they are most vulnerable. Additional benefits include:

We will consider your past qualifications and experience when determining your beginning compensation.

You will have access to high-quality training and national qualifications, such as the care certificate.

All healthcare assistants earn hefty shift pay improvements for nights, weekends, and bank holidays, significantly increasing basic pay rates.

Holiday pay starts with 27 days of annual leave each year (rising to 33 after 10 years), including bank holidays.

You will get access to a gold-standard pension scheme.

You will have access to NHS savings at hundreds of shops, restaurants, and services (Morrisons, Nando’s, etc.).

Excellent career development options are offered, including access to Nurse training and apprenticeships.

After the first six months of employment, you will receive paid sick leave and have access to all occupational health services.

Employers offer generous maternity, paternity, and adoption compensation.

Job Description.

Participate in the delivery of patient care, following approved plans, policies, procedures, and clinical guidelines, doing duties and activities relevant to the employment role/place of work.

Collaborate within the multidisciplinary team/agencies to ensure that patients’ requirements are satisfied.

Involve patients, relatives/caregivers in the delivery of care, providing confidence and support to help them comprehend and cooperate.

Prepare the clinical area for safe practice by ensuring that cleanliness is maintained, supplies and equipment are ready for use, and cleaning up afterwards.

Provide escort and transfer for patients with low reliance, as ordered by the multidisciplinary team.

Identify and respond appropriately to urgent and emergency circumstances.

Provide routine information so that the effectiveness of care can be reviewed and records kept.

Contribute to the recording and storage of information, ensuring that it is securely maintained, accurate, complete, and readable, and can be accessed quickly when required.

Promote the patient’s individual needs by acknowledging preferences, rights, and choices, preserving privacy and dignity, and fostering anti-discrimination practice, informing senior personnel if patient care appears disrespectful or discriminating.

Establish and sustain effective communication while ensuring confidentiality of information.

Contribute to successful risk management by accurately documenting and reporting, as well as maintaining records and documentation.

Ensure compliance with Trust policies, procedures, and clinical standards, reporting senior staff if self and others’ practices appear to violate policy, or if concerned about any element of patient care.

Contribute to the development of services from the patients’ perspective, giving proposals for change and improvements, and participating in patient and public involvement initiatives.

Contribute to the effective and efficient use of resources by ensuring that supplies are available, alerting senior staff when supplies are running low, and suggesting ways to eliminate waste.