Band 2 Clinical Support Worker

Neuro and Complex Rehabilitation

Chapel Allerton is a popular hospital based in the north of Leeds, part of the Leeds Teaching Hospitals. The team at Chapel Allerton pride themselves on being a friendly, caring hospital and regularly receives positive feedback from patients and visitors. The last CQC visit in 2019, the CQC gave an overall rating of GOOD and the staff survey consistently receives excellent staff feedback year on year.

An exciting opportunity for CSWs to join our rehabilitation team.

C1 is a mixed sex 25 bed National Centre for Neurological and complex Rehabilitation. We work closely as a Multi-Disciplinary Team with patients following Acquired Brain Injury and a variety of Neurological conditions. We are an extremely friendly team and work with patients and their families to achieve individualised rehab goals and this is therefore a very rewarding role. We receive excellent Friends and Family Test feedback and are committed to the on-going development of our nationally recognised unit.

We are proud to be the only Level 2A UKROC Rehabilitation Unit in the Yorkshire and Humber – delivering high class nursing care to the most complex patients in the region and benefiting from enhanced staffing levels to deliver highly specialised care.

We are recruiting Clinical Support Workers to be part of a highly supportive team that strive for excellence. The roles are an exciting opportunity to work alongside highly specialist clinicians, with the nursing team being an integral part of a holistic, patient centred approach to rehabilitation.

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is one of the largest acute health providers in the UK and based in one of the fastest growing and vibrant cities in the north.

Successful candidates must hold a level 2 NVQ in health and social care or an equivalent healthcare related qualification and have experience of working in a hospital care setting.

For all new starters to the Trust we have an award winning, structured Introduction to Professional Practice (IPP) Induction programme to prepare you for working at LTHT. Within the first three months of your role you will be required to complete the Cavendish Care Certificate.

For further information please contact Senior Sister Michelle Kemp or Sister Helen Snowden 0113 392 4201.

You may also wish to contact Vivien Lewis Head of Nursing (0113 392 4394) or Jayne Davies Matron (0113 392 4384).

Interviews will take place virtually.

Internal care support staff currently employed by Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, who wish to work in a different area, at the same AfC Band, job description and person specification should contact their Matron and employ the internal transfer process.

We may share information, as appropriate, that you have provided in your application form with external partners or other organisations help to facilitate your recruitment process.