UK National Health Service Jobs & Careers in Watford, East of England, England


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14 hrs ago

Health Care Support Worker – new

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

We are particularly seeking candidates who can work flexible hours, early morning, evenings and night duty. Full time/part time applications… Glassdoor


12 days ago

Band 5 - Occupational Therapist

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

We can offer you 6 monthly rotations within our Acute Admissions Unit/A&E, our Stroke Unit(s), as well as on our acute Elderly, Medical and… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Marketing Assistant

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

Its likely youll bring solid experience of excellent customer service in marketing-related role. You will definitely be qualified to A-level standard… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Band 6 - Occupational Therapist

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England +2 locations

The focus of the AAU and A&E/EAC is to provide efficient and effective assessment and intervention to avoid unnecessary admission to hospital. The… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Band 7 - Senior Biomedical Scientist Quality Officer

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

You should have FIBMS, or MSc , or equivalent, with a minimum of two years post registration experience, and be willing to drive the departments… Glassdoor


11 days ago

Band 7 Occupational Therapist

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

We are looking for a dynamic Occupational Therapist with a broad range of relevant UK experience and skills that can work within a well-established… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Band 5 Staff Nurse/Charge Nurse - Ambulatory Care

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

We provide an effective service for our patients giving them access to a thorough assessment, fast diagnostics and a Consultant lead service using… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Band 5 - Staff Nurse - CED

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

There is an exciting planned expansion of the service due to the volume of children requiring care. We are completely staffed by Paediatric nurses… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Band 6 - Junior Sister/Charge Nurse Childrens OPD

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

The Childrens Outpatients Departments of West Hertfordshire comprises of two sites, one base at Watford and one at Hemel Hempstead. The department… Glassdoor


6 days ago

LAS ST3/4/5

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

This post would be suitable for a doctor seeking training in echocardiography, coronary angiography, and clinical management in cardiology, alongside… Glassdoor


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    Current Employee - ICT Staff in Middlesbrough, England (UK)
    Current Employee - ICT Staff in Middlesbrough, England (UK)

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    Pros

    - Comparitively good salary for a public sector company.
    - Good staff benefits package.
    - Creative freedom to do what we feel is best.
    - Friendly co-workers.

    Cons

    - Hands tied by bureacracy.
    - Severely outdated computer software/hardware, with seemingly no intention to upgrade.
    - Management are too focused on "quick wins", which reduces quality of work output.
    - Non-technical management staff for technical teams makes interaction difficult at times.
    - Little adherence to established practices and standards.
    - Engrained anti-progress culture when it requires adaptation.

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    Working in ICT would be so much easier if staff weren't tied down in bureaucracy and funding issues. Teams are strangled from improving the quality of their output because managers are unwilling to part with funding in the short term for long term gains.

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