Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust is a friendly, supportive, busy but welcoming acute and community Trust that is ambitious about developing our services and your career.
Our compassionate, caring and friendly colleagues make up our Royal Surrey family and are at the heart of what we do. We all have a passion for learning, continuous improvement and excelling together through innovation, research and development. There are over 4,500 members of our Royal Surrey family.
We are clinically led and provide joined up care by bridging the gap between hospital and community services alongside regional specialist cancer care. Our main acute hospital site is in Guildford with community hospital sites at Milford, Haslemere and Cranleigh. We provide adult community health services in the community and homes across Guildford and Waverley.
We have received an overall ‘Good’ rating from the CQC, with our Maternity services deemed 'Outstanding'. We also received a rating of 'Outstanding' for medical care and end of life care. We are investing in our colleagues through our new health and wellbeing programme and a commitment to supporting professional development as well as investing more than £45 million in our physical environment and new equipment in the next few years.
There has never been a better time to join us.
Electronic Medical Equipment (EME)
£19,749 - £24,828 per annum plus Higher Cost Area Supplement up to 5% of basic salary (subject to a minimum of £1000, and a maximum payment of £2000), Performance Bonus, Contributory Pension Scheme and 25 rising to 30 days holiday per year (plus 8 days public holidays)
37.5 hours per week (flexible working arrangement available)
Healthcare Partners Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust is the central resource of professional engineering knowledge and skills within the hospital. Our services are used to support clinical services, research and development both within the Trust and also alongside external academic and clinical partners.
We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and flexible trainee engineer to join a dynamic team of engineers providing a comprehensive repair, maintenance and service to a range of healthcare providers across the Surrey and Hampshire area.
We are looking for a trainee Technician with a good grounding in electrical and electronic systems. Full manufacturer training will be provided to enable the individuals to work independently.
HNC/D in electronics / electrical engineering or equivalent technical qualification and experience is required. Applicants with less experience may be considered and initially appointed at a lower pay band.
You will have/develop skills in the following areas: good grounding in electrical and electronic engineering systems and repair to component level.
The NHS is moving to 7-day working so flexibility of working patterns is expected within HPL.
If you are ready for a new challenge and would like to discuss the role further, then please contact Ben Caldicott, Bencaldicott@nhs.net, 01483 464179.
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The Trust is committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all its employees as well as maintaining a workforce that reflects the diversity of the local communities we serve. In accordance with the Equality Act, we welcome applications from anyone who meets the specific criteria of the post regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender reassignment, marital status, pregnancy, religion or belief or sexual orientation. Reasonable adjustments to the interview process can also be made for any candidates with a disability.
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