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Decontaminator/Cleaning Operative

Healthcare 醫療衛生

Healthcare Analytics


GCSE/Scottish Standard Grades A-Level PhD 博士 Postgraduate or above 碩士或以上 Intermediate apprenticeship 學徒

PSW 華語工作 Contract 合同制 Full-Time 全職 Internship 實習 Part-Time 兼職


Larkfield, Kent, United Kingdom

Role: Cleaning Operative - Healthcare Location: Maidstone Salary: £20,352 per annum plus overtime Hours: Full time 40 hours per week (Monday - Friday) plus overtime when required. Requirement for some Saturday working when required This is no ordinary role. We are looking for people to join us who care about others and want to make a difference in their community. Are you that person? Our Cleaning Operatives are a pivotal part of the success of the overall service we provide. The equipment we deliver is supplied to vulnerable people, to allow them to remain independent in their homes, allowing the NHS and Social Services to deliver frontline care where it is needed most. Our cleaning operative role is responsible for ensuring that the equipment that is returned from the community is cleaned and decontaminated effectively ready for use by others which saves money for the NHS and local authority. You will benefit from in depth training for this role, but a positive outlook and good level of physical fitness is important to set you on the right path. Role & Responsibilities : Cleaning, decontamination, and preparation of returned equipment to required standards. Adhering to health & safety standards and practices at all times Supporting any other duties perceived as appropriate by your manager Various shift patterns Please note this is not an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities About You: A positive, can-do attitude To be physically fit as lifting and carrying is required The requirement to stand up for long periods of time. The ability to follow verbal and written instructions Ability to work well under pressure and resilience when needed A team worker with a flexible approach, can-do attitude, and good communication skills Attention to detail About us NRS Healthcare is the UK's leading provider of Community Equipment Services and is a market-leading and award-winning provider of products and services designed to support independent living. We deliver complete end-to-end services through all stages of equipment provision and recycling, within the healthcare sector. We employ over 1000 staff and work for over 40 Local Authorities, Clinical Commissioning Groups, and NHS Trusts. With a heritage over 70 years, we have unparalleled expertise in daily living aids and disability aids for older people, disabled adults and children and their carers. What we offer in return: We offer competitive salaries, full training, and development for your role, as well as a wide range of benefits including: Secure career opportunity (you will be working as part of a statutory service commissioned by the NHS and local government). Competitive salary plus overtime. A chance to work as part of a great, close-knit team doing a rewarding job. Branded uniform and all relevant PPE provided. Free on-site tea, coffee & hot chocolate. Career progression opportunities & training. Pension scheme. Enhanced holiday of 33 days per year (including bank holidays) which increases with service up to 38 days per year (including bank holidays). Participation in our employee recognition scheme and recommend a friend scheme. Entitlement to Employee Assistance Programme and Bike to Work scheme. Access to exclusive employee discounts and savings in gym & wellness discounts. To be noted: This is not an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities, and the post holder may be required to undertake other duties which fall within the grade of the job, in discussion with the professional and operational managers. This job description will be reviewed regularly in the light of changing service requirements and any such changes will be discussed with the post holder. NRS Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. Under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, prospective employees are advised that they will be required to provide documentary evidence to support their right to work in the UK. This position will be subject to a basic Disclosures and Barring Service Check.