Learning Disability HCAs jobs
Learning Disability HCAs
We need learning disability HCAs for temporary, last-minute placements across Scotland and Northern Ireland. Guild learning disability HCAs can access work in both NHS and private hospitals, police stations, prisons, custodial services, schools, mental health units and supporting clients living at home or in the community. You’ll need to work to our high standards and in return you’ll receive full professional support from us.
- A minimum of 12 months experience working in a complex clinical area (PMLD)
- Evidence of safety interventions (MAPA) / PMVA training and experience with behaviours that challenge is desirable
- Evidenced completion of the Care Certificate or NVQ / BTEC is desirable
- A willingness to work to our company expectations
We’re hiring learning disability healthcare assistants (HCAs)
The Scottish Nursing Guild is seeking learning disability HCAs to fill last-minute shifts across Scotland, Northern Ireland, and the Republic of Ireland. We offer learning disability healthcare assistant jobs in various settings. These shifts are available both in public and private healthcare organisations. We offer excellent pay rates and an attractive benefits package. If you meet the specified requirements above, register here to begin your journey with us today.
Requirements for our learning disability HCAs
At the Scottish Nursing Guild, we hold the utmost importance in maintaining quality of care. Our learning disability HCAs play a crucial role in shaping our reputation. Therefore, we seek exceptional professionals who share our values. Before registering to work with us, we ask that you fulfil the requirements stated at the beginning of this page. By doing so, we can continue to deliver trusted and high-quality care.
What can you expect from a learning disability HCA job with us?
The Scottish Nursing Guild specialises in placing learning disability HCAs into various healthcare organisations across Scotland, Northern Ireland, and the Republic of Ireland. Our nurses often fill shifts on short notice, but we prioritise exceptional nursing quality by hiring professionals who embrace our ethos and offering exceptional benefits.
Once you’re registered with us, you’ll enjoy:
- Competitive pay rates
- Reimbursement of travel expenses
- Coverage of NMC/NMBI fees
- Free annual flu voucher
- 24/7 nurse-led telephone support
Furthermore, as a registered healthcare assistant, you’ll have exclusive access to training courses covering a wide range of subjects to enhance your knowledge and skills.
After completing your registration, you’ll gain access to our user-friendly Quick Nurse app. This platform allows you to easily book learning disability HCA shifts according to your availability. The flexibility we offer also enables you to balance your work with another part-time or full-time job, if you wish.
Take the next step in your learning disability healthcare assistant career and register with us to benefit from these opportunities.
Where our learning disability HCA jobs are located
We work with organisations around Scotland, Northern Ireland, and the Republic of Ireland in cities such as Edinburgh, Dublin, and Belfast, as well as smaller towns and communities. Our jobs can often be in remote locations anywhere in these countries; however, we’ll reimburse your travel costs.
If the Scottish Nursing Guild sounds like a learning disability HCA agency you’d like to work with, register here to take the next step in your healthcare career.
Frequently asked questions
You’ll need a minimum of 18 months experience in the last 2 years within Systemic Anti-Cancer Treatment (Chemotherapy) Day Units
We have shifts located in Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Just use the Quick Nurse app to browse based on your location and you will instantly find the closest shifts available.
Learning disability HCAs in the community
Have you ever considered working in the community? We’re always looking for learning disability HCAs to support clients living with complex health needs, at home. Interested? Let us know when you apply. If you already work for us, call your local office to discuss community opportunities.
Refer a friend and earn up to €500 cash
Do you have a nursing friend or colleague who would love to work for Scottish Nursing Guild?
Refer them and earn a cash bonus once they work their first few shifts.
Currently available in the Republic of Ireland only.
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