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UK National Health Service Jobs & Careers in Sunderland, North East England, England


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2 days ago

Mamographer – new

UK National Health Service Sunderland, North East England, England

The successful candidates will work in the symptomatic breast service, including performing standard mammography and additional supplementary… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Consultant Radiologist – new

UK National Health Service Sunderland, North East England, England +2 locations

We are looking for skilled and motivated radiologists to join our team of 17 in a large, well organised department performing approximately… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Ward Manager – new

UK National Health Service Sunderland, North East England, England +2 locations

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced senior nurse who has the vision and passion to lead and work within a strong nursing team to… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Senior Radiographer - CT – new

UK National Health Service Sunderland, North East England, England

Excellent communication skills and a patient centred approach is required. The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate excellent… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Salaried General Practitioner

UK National Health Service Sunderland, North East England, England

Would you like the opportunity to join a forward looking GP Practice with a flexible, team approach to delivering patient care? Would you like the… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Staff Nurse

UK National Health Service Sunderland, North East England, England +3 locations

INTERVIEWS: If you are shortlisted for this vacancy you WILL be contacted by email therefore please ensure that you check your email account after… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Estates Officer (Electrical) – new

UK National Health Service Sunderland, North East England, England

Applications are invited to apply for the challenging and rewarding post of Engineering Estates Officer (Electrical) working within the Estates… Glassdoor


15 days ago

Speciality Doctor

UK National Health Service Sunderland, North East England, England

We are looking for a suitably qualified doctor with a strong desire to work in our ENT department alongside our existing team of experienced and… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Ultrasonographer – new

UK National Health Service Sunderland, North East England, England

Working independently and as part of a team, you should be committed to providing a high quality service. The department is looking to develop new… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Senior Radiographer

UK National Health Service Sunderland, North East England, England

We are currently recruiting senior radiographers to join our friendly busy x-ray department during a time of service expansion and the introduction… Glassdoor


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    Current Employee - Medical Personal Assistant in London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Medical Personal Assistant in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at UK National Health Service full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    I am in a medical PA role in the NHS. If you are hardworking, efficient, patient focussed and caring this is a very rewarding job. Even today there is still good security of employment, great annual leave allowances, parental leave and generous sick leave, along with an excellent pension scheme, in all very good terms and conditions. I would also struggle to find a PA role in another industry matching the salary You are left to get your work done without being "watched over" by management. Working in a large hospital along so many different specialisms and colleagues is interesting.

    Cons

    Sometimes patients can be rude, I guess like customers anywhere. They can also be anxious, upset and distressed, understandably, and you can be left to deal with things on your own; sometimes you can feel a little isolated. If you are not dedicated it can be difficult to get the job done competently, as the work load does tend to be large. It is the norm to work through breaks, come to work earlier than the start of the shift, etc, but if you are dedicated to patient care and your team it is worth it.

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