Non-emergency Patient Transport Services
Ambulance Care Assistant – King’s ,Full time, 45 Hours per week (Shift Pattern -08:00 – 18:00 on a 3 week rotation week 1 Monday off )
King's College, SE5 9RS
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45 Hours per week (Shift Pattern - 08:00 – 18:00 on a 3 week rotation week 1 Monday off )
£21,411 per annum
About the job
Falck is a global leader in the provision of Emergency Ambulance and Patient Transport Services. Operating nationwide we have a fleet of high quality and fully fitted ambulances and patient transport vehicles operating across England and Wales. We undertake over 3000 patient journeys per day, providing a transport service locally and nationally to patients requiring emergency support, and those travelling to hospital appointments, care homes or any other places of care.
About the Role
We are looking for individuals who will be able to provide and maintain a caring environment and provide a transport service as appropriate for the needs of non-emergency patients.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Ambulance Care Assistant that may just be perfect for a responsible and driven individual, seeking a fresh challenge in a rewarding and trusted position. Patient care is at the heart of what we do. So, we are looking for more than just excellent driving skills. You will need to be accessible, competent, efficient, helpful and reliable. You will also adhere to company requirements when recording patient journey times by using the provided XDA/Mobile data device. In order to apply for this role, you need a full UK manual car driving licence with a minimum of 3 years driving experience.
Please note we will consider applications with no more than 6 penalty points on your licence.
The post holder will be responsible for driving or assisting on a non-emergency patient transport ambulance transporting sick, injured or convalescent persons covering King's Hospital on a 4 days on /4 days off- 5am to 5pm & 11am to 11pm rotating 4 days on /4 days off rota.
What We Offer
Training course & Opportunities
First aid at work training
Enhanced holiday entitlement
Ride to Work schemes
Auto-enrolment onto our contributory workplace pension
Entitlement to our Employee Assistance Programme
After successful completion of your 6 month probationary period, your pay will be increased.
DISCLOSURE AND BARRING SERVICE CHECK
Due to the range of patients you may encounter, you are required to complete a mandatory DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check. We operate both enhanced Adult and Children checks for this role in line with our compliance.
If this sounds like you, then apply now and become someone who makes a difference to people’s lives … starting with yours!