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Healthcare Assistant

As a Healthcare Assistant (HCA), you will be caring for patients in a hospital, residential care facility or a patient’s home. Their duties include assisting patients with daily activities, checking vital signs and assisting nursing staff when necessary

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Support Worker

Support work will vary depending on the person you are supporting. You will be looking after the well-being of vulnerable people and help them to live their lives as independently as possible and support them in reaching their potential, through both practical and emotional support.

Registered Nurse

You will be looking after adult patients of all ages who suffer from long and short-term physical health conditions. You will be assessing their needs and planning their care as you take get them back to health

Mental Health Nurse (RMN)
You will deliver care and support to patients who are struggling with their mental health. You will be helping them to manage their condition with medication or relevant therapies.
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General Health Nurse (RGN)

You will be looking after patients and write patient care plans. implement plans for tasks such as preparing patients for operations, treating wounds and monitoring pulse, blood pressure and temperature. observe and record the condition of patients. check and administer drugs and injections

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Personal Assistant

Helps clients handle day-to-day self-care, such as toileting and hygiene. Communicates with families of clients to apprise them of the client’s condition and progress. Advises clients and families on nutrition, hygiene, household activities, and other appropriate areas

Locum Doctor

A locum doctor is one who temporarily fills a rota gap within a hospital, clinic or practice. This can often be on a relatively short-term basis, although in the healthcare sector, it is not uncommon for locums to hold their post as part of a practice’s core medical team for more extended periods.

Locum Pharmacist

A locum Pharmacist is one who temporarily fills a role gap within a pharmacy store. In addition to distributing medicines, treatments, and giving advice, they want to ensure medications are compatible with their customers, communicate with doctors, and oversee technicians.


Dusting, sweeping, vacuuming and mopping surfaces of the designated area including living, working areas, bathrooms, kitchens and other areas that are necessary to be cleaned

Catering Staff

Catering assistants help in the kitchen as much as they can, with preparing food, cleaning, checking stock, accepting deliveries and serving food. 

Care Worker

Care workers help vulnerable people to manage their daily activities and to live as independently as possible. They also help with personal care such as support with showering and dressing. supporting people with eating and drinking.

Kitchen Assistant

Kitchen assistant performs all cleaning, washing, and preparation duties required in kitchens. You will also assist in cooking with kitchen supervisors and to make sure that all kitchen operations run smoothly