- Wheelchair maintenance
- Band 4
- Full Time 37.5 per week
- King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- British Wharf Trading Estate
- £24,476 - £28,036 per annum inc HCA
- 31/12/2018 23:59
Are you an experienced technician and would like to join London’s largest and busiest teaching hospital? Do you have a background in engineering and wish to join an established team that provides wheelchair maintenance services to approx. 19000 users around South East London?
The Rehabilitation Engineering Division is looking for a technician to repair, maintain and refurbish wheeled mobility, as well as carrying out deliveries/collections and adapting equipment to meet individual patient needs. The role is predominantly workshop based, although at times there will be a need to visit patients in their homes and to provide cover for mobile technicians. There is also a requirement to provide on call emergency cover on a rotational basis. This role will be subject to an enhanced and barred DBS disclosure for this purpose.
A formal qualification at City & Guilds level in an engineering discipline would be preferred but may be compensated for by sound experience in light engineering.
A valid and viable driving licence is essential.
Benefits of working for Kings:
- NHS pension scheme
- 27 days holiday (plus Bank Holidays) increasing with length of service
- Monday - Friday (37.5 hours per week) plus on call at weekdays and weekends (rota basis)
- On Call Standby allowance (rota system)
- Continuing professional development (including vocational courses i.e. NVQs etc, apprenticeships etc)
- Travel season ticket loans
- Childcare voucher schemes
- Cycle to work scheme
- Lots of NHS specific high street retailer/restaurant discounts
- Free parking (at base site in SE14)
And much more.
**The Trust anticipates it will receive a high volume response to this advert and would like to encourage suitable, interested parties to apply as soon as they are able. The Trust may take the decision to close the vacancy prior to the advertised closing date and will not accept applications after this point.**
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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