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Current Vacancies

CHS Healthcare employs more than 300 members of staff, including teams based in hospitals to run major discharge schemes

We have more than 1,000 users of our Caretrack database for continuing care information, supported by our dedicated Caretrack help desk team. We do not outsource – all our staff are carefully recruited and trained and many have backgrounds in health and social care.

Current vacancies


Continuing Healthcare Assessor - Eastbourne, East Sussex and surrounding areas

Guide salary: £28-38k
Closing date: 19th February 2018

Description

*Are you a qualified and registered Nurse, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist or other clinical professional with experience in Continuing Healthcare delivery?

*Are you a RMN, RNLD or Disability Assessor/Analyst with CHC experience? If so we are particularly interested in hearing from you.

*Are you looking for a flexible, full or part-time position? Do you currently have an enhanced check with the Disclosure and Barring Service, if not we will sort this out for you.

Are you a highly motivated and enthusiastic professional looking for a change of direction to a non-bureaucratic can do organisation which will treat you as an individual.

About us

We are the UK’s largest independent provider in hospital discharge management services and are highly regarded in our end-to end continuing healthcare service working with all four NHS regions in England. We deliver our accredited Continuing Healthcare Education Module to all employees and our data management system, ‘Caretrack’ is approved by NHS England allowing the depth and expertise of our teams to shape all we do.

We have a reputation for responding quickly to customers’ needs and being ahead of the game in our training, thinking and exceptional high standards within Continuing Healthcare. 

About the role

Would you like a highly flexible position, predominately working Monday to Friday 9-5, with further opportunities for flexible working and the possibility of evening and weekend contracts?  We require a minimum number of hours, but can usually provide the work and hours you are looking for.

Working to the highest standards and in line with National Framework, you will be responsible in delivering robust assessments and recommendations regarding eligibility for NHS Continuing Health Care. Assessments and/or reviews are typically completed in own homes, residential placements or within a hospital setting.

This is a complex role completing and co-ordinating CHC assessments, involving the client, families and members of the multi-disciplinary team. You will provide high quality support including complex information and analysis, communications and stakeholder management. Your work is predominantly independent with the support of our four Centre of Excellence Hubs located in Stoke on Trent, Swindon, Wandsworth and at our Head Office in Sutton Coldfield, all working in partnership to ensure services are delivered efficiently and effectively.

It is expected that some travel and overnight stays may be required. You will require access and use of your own vehicle with car insurance that covers you for business use.

What sort of person are we looking for?

The role is ideal for someone with a professional health background e.g. nursing, physiotherapy or occupational therapy with a minimum of one year’s practical experience in FNC and CHC assessment delivery.

Ideally degree educated or with relevant professional qualification. You must be a registered health professional who is outgoing and friendly with a desire to build supportive long-term relationships with clients, colleagues and a wider professional network.

You must pride yourself on your writing, presenting and selling skills as you will need to persuade others and move them into action. You will also need strong IT, administration and analytical skills. For those with excellent transferable skills full training will be given.

How to apply

Next steps

Please send your CV to: Maxine O’Neill recruitment@chshealthcare.co.uk

Please include your mobile number and nursing PIN/professional registration number on your CV as you will be sent a text if you are shortlisted to take part in a structured competency based telephone interview

Closing date for applications is 19th February 2018

Face to face interviews to be held on Wednesday 28th February 2018 and Thursday 1st March 2018

Due to the high volume of applications, we are unable to respond to candidates who are not shortlisted. Please therefore assume your application is unsuccessful if we have not contacted you three weeks following the closing date.

Self Employed Continuing Healthcare Assessor - Eastbourne, East Sussex and surrounding areas

Guide salary: Flexible working across a 7-day service, with the opportunity to earn over £400 a day.
Closing date: 19th February 2018

Description

*Are you a qualified and registered Nurse, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist or other clinical professional with experience in Continuing Healthcare delivery?

*Are you a RMN, RNLD or Disability Assessor/Analyst with CHC experience? If so we are particularly interested in hearing from you.

*Do you currently have an enhanced check with the Disclosure and Barring Service, if not we will sort this out for you.

About us

We are the UK’s largest independent provider in hospital discharge management services and are highly regarded in our end-to end continuing healthcare service working with all four NHS regions in England. We deliver our accredited Continuing Healthcare Education Module to all employees and our data management system, ‘Caretrack’ is approved by NHS England allowing the depth and expertise of our teams to shape all we do.

We have a reputation for responding quickly to customers’ needs and being ahead of the game in our training, thinking and exceptional high standards within Continuing Healthcare. 

About the role

Are you a highly motivated and enthusiastic professional looking for a change of direction motivated to help move the Continuing Healthcare team forward?

Working to the highest standards and in line with National Framework, you will be responsible in delivering robust assessments and recommendations regarding eligibility for NHS Continuing Health Care. Assessments and/or reviews are typically completed in own homes, residential placements or within a hospital setting.

This is a complex role completing and co-ordinating CHC assessments, involving the client, families and members of the multi-disciplinary team. You will provide high quality support including complex information and analysis, communications, and stakeholder management. Your work is predominantly independent with the support of our four Centre of Excellence Hubs located in Stoke on Trent, Swindon, Wandsworth and at our Head Office in Sutton Coldfield, all working in partnership to ensure services are delivered efficiently and effectively.

It is expected that some travel and overnight stays may be required. You will require access and use of your own vehicle with car insurance that covers you for business use. You will also require access to a laptop.

What sort of person are we looking for?

The role is ideal for someone with a professional health background e.g. nursing, physiotherapy or occupational therapy with a minimum of 2 years practical experience in FNC and CHC assessment delivery.

Ideally degree educated or with relevant professional qualification. You must be a registered health professional who is outgoing, friendly with a desire to build supportive long-term relationships with clients, colleagues and a wider professional network with an essential ability to “run your own show”.

You must pride yourself on your writing, presenting and selling skills as you will need to persuade others and move them into action. You will also need strong IT, administration and analytical skills.

 

How to apply

Next steps

Please send your CV to: Maxine O’Neill recruitment@chshealthcare.co.uk

Please include your mobile number and nursing PIN/professional registration number on your CV as you will be sent a text if you are shortlisted to take part in a structured competency based telephone interview

Closing date for applications is 19th February 2018           

Face to face interviews to be held on Wednesday 28th February 2018 and Thursday 1st March 2018

Due to the high volume of applications, we are unable to respond to candidates who are not shortlisted. Please therefore assume your application is unsuccessful if we have not contacted you three weeks following the closing date.

Continuing Healthcare Assessor - Worthing, West Sussex and surrounding areas

Guide salary: £28-38k
Closing date: 19th February 2018

Description

*Are you a qualified and registered Nurse, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist or other clinical professional with experience in Continuing Healthcare delivery?

*Are you a RMN, RNLD or Disability Assessor/Analyst with CHC experience? If so we are particularly interested in hearing from you.

*Are you looking for a flexible, full or part-time position? Do you currently have an enhanced check with the Disclosure and Barring Service, if not we will sort this out for you.

Are you a highly motivated and enthusiastic professional looking for a change of direction to a non-bureaucratic can do organisation which will treat you as an individual.

About us

We are the UK’s largest independent provider in hospital discharge management services and are highly regarded in our end-to end continuing healthcare service working with all four NHS regions in England. We deliver our accredited Continuing Healthcare Education Module to all employees and our data management system, ‘Caretrack’ is approved by NHS England allowing the depth and expertise of our teams to shape all we do.

We have a reputation for responding quickly to customers’ needs and being ahead of the game in our training, thinking and exceptional high standards within Continuing Healthcare. 

About the role

Would you like a highly flexible position, predominately working Monday to Friday 9-5, with further opportunities for flexible working and the possibility of evening and weekend contracts?  We require a minimum number of hours, but can usually provide the work and hours you are looking for.

Working to the highest standards and in line with National Framework, you will be responsible in delivering robust assessments and recommendations regarding eligibility for NHS Continuing Health Care. Assessments and/or reviews are typically completed in own homes, residential placements or within a hospital setting.

This is a complex role completing and co-ordinating CHC assessments, involving the client, families and members of the multi-disciplinary team. You will provide high quality support including complex information and analysis, communications and stakeholder management. Your work is predominantly independent with the support of our four Centre of Excellence Hubs located in Stoke on Trent, Swindon, Wandsworth and at our Head Office in Sutton Coldfield, all working in partnership to ensure services are delivered efficiently and effectively.

It is expected that some travel and overnight stays may be required. You will require access and use of your own vehicle with car insurance that covers you for business use.

What sort of person are we looking for?

The role is ideal for someone with a professional health background e.g. nursing, physiotherapy or occupational therapy with a minimum of one year’s practical experience in FNC and CHC assessment delivery.

Ideally degree educated or with relevant professional qualification. You must be a registered health professional who is outgoing and friendly with a desire to build supportive long-term relationships with clients, colleagues and a wider professional network.

You must pride yourself on your writing, presenting and selling skills as you will need to persuade others and move them into action. You will also need strong IT, administration and analytical skills. For those with excellent transferable skills full training will be given.

How to apply

Next steps

Please send your CV to: Maxine O’Neill recruitment@chshealthcare.co.uk

Please include your mobile number and nursing PIN/professional registration number on your CV as you will be sent a text if you are shortlisted to take part in a structured competency based telephone interview

Closing date for applications is 19th February 2018

Face to face interviews to be held on Wednesday 28th February 2018 and Thursday 1st March 2018

Due to the high volume of applications, we are unable to respond to candidates who are not shortlisted. Please therefore assume your application is unsuccessful if we have not contacted you three weeks following the closing date.

Self Employed Continuing Healthcare Assessor - Worthing, West Sussex and surrounding areas

Guide salary: Flexible working across a 7-day service, with the opportunity to earn over £400 a day.
Closing date: 19th February 2018

Description

*Are you a qualified and registered Nurse, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist or other clinical professional with experience in Continuing Healthcare delivery?

*Are you a RMN, RNLD or Disability Assessor/Analyst with CHC experience? If so we are particularly interested in hearing from you.

*Do you currently have an enhanced check with the Disclosure and Barring Service, if not we will sort this out for you.

About us

We are the UK’s largest independent provider in hospital discharge management services and are highly regarded in our end-to end continuing healthcare service working with all four NHS regions in England. We deliver our accredited Continuing Healthcare Education Module to all employees and our data management system, ‘Caretrack’ is approved by NHS England allowing the depth and expertise of our teams to shape all we do.

We have a reputation for responding quickly to customers’ needs and being ahead of the game in our training, thinking and exceptional high standards within Continuing Healthcare. 

About the role

Are you a highly motivated and enthusiastic professional looking for a change of direction motivated to help move the Continuing Healthcare team forward?

Working to the highest standards and in line with National Framework, you will be responsible in delivering robust assessments and recommendations regarding eligibility for NHS Continuing Health Care. Assessments and/or reviews are typically completed in own homes, residential placements or within a hospital setting.

This is a complex role completing and co-ordinating CHC assessments, involving the client, families and members of the multi-disciplinary team. You will provide high quality support including complex information and analysis, communications, and stakeholder management. Your work is predominantly independent with the support of our four Centre of Excellence Hubs located in Stoke on Trent, Swindon, Wandsworth and at our Head Office in Sutton Coldfield, all working in partnership to ensure services are delivered efficiently and effectively.

It is expected that some travel and overnight stays may be required. You will require access and use of your own vehicle with car insurance that covers you for business use. You will also require access to a laptop.

What sort of person are we looking for?

The role is ideal for someone with a professional health background e.g. nursing, physiotherapy or occupational therapy with a minimum of 2 years practical experience in FNC and CHC assessment delivery.

Ideally degree educated or with relevant professional qualification. You must be a registered health professional who is outgoing, friendly with a desire to build supportive long-term relationships with clients, colleagues and a wider professional network with an essential ability to “run your own show”.

You must pride yourself on your writing, presenting and selling skills as you will need to persuade others and move them into action. You will also need strong IT, administration and analytical skills.

How to apply

Next steps

Please send your CV to: Maxine O’Neill recruitment@chshealthcare.co.uk

Please include your mobile number and nursing PIN/professional registration number on your CV as you will be sent a text if you are shortlisted to take part in a structured competency based telephone interview

Closing date for applications is 19th February 2018           

Face to face interviews to be held on Wednesday 28th February 2018 and Thursday 1st March 2018

Due to the high volume of applications, we are unable to respond to candidates who are not shortlisted. Please therefore assume your application is unsuccessful if we have not contacted you three weeks following the closing date.

Administrator/Senior Administrator - Head Office, Sutton Coldfield

Guide salary: £20k–£24k, DOE - 40hrs per week – Monday-Friday
Closing date: 24th February 2018

Description

Background

CHS Healthcare is long-established in the health sector with a record of continuous growth and success. As part of our services to the NHS, we supply software and services to 30 Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) helping them manage their provision of care to patients in nursing homes or at home. Typically, our software, Caretrack, is used for continuing healthcare patients, holding a database of them, administering care requirements, validating invoices and paying care providers. Our services range from arranging care home placements and packages of care to the administration and management of providers on behalf of CCGs. Some of our contracts with CCGs require us to employ small teams of staff to help manage these services around the country.  Our Caretrack system is a bespoke database which has been developed to meet the specific needs of our customers.

Are you??

  • A genuine team player who can build supportive friendly relationships with colleagues and clients

  • Able to take initiative to problem solve and resolve complex customer queries

  • Skilled in customer service, IT and administration with ideally but not essentially a healthcare- related background or with significant skills in IT systems

  • Confident, with a friendly telephone manner and committed to providing an excellent service for all customers

  • Persuasive, positive with a can-do manner. Driven to achieve high standards, hard-working, willing to learn and be flexible to take on new challenges

  • Smart, professional and keen to progress your career

  • Ideally graduate/A level or equivalent standard with at least 5 GCSE’s at C and above. Good excel (ideally using vlookups) and word skills, many of our team are recent graduates with some admin experience with an interest in developing careers in IT, accounts management, training or healthcare

 

The role - you will be a key member of the Caretrack Team and key responsibilities will include the following:

  • Uploading patient details onto our bespoke software system

  • Adding care packages to our software system

  • On-going data management of patient’s details on system. Including auditing of actual care delivered

  • Processing invoices, validating against our software system

  • There will also be a variety of administration tasks to complete including compiling notes and evidence for patient meetings and sending our correspondence with patients and their families

  • There will be further development offered in supporting the Business Manager with high level reporting and customer meetings

Keywords: Administrator, Senior Administrator, Graduate Trainee, IT Helpdesk, Assistant Account Manager, Healthcare/IT Administrator

How to apply

Next steps

This is a great opportunity to start or develop your career with the potential for those with the intellect and interest to completely understand our IT system to move into an account management or training role. 

Please send your CV to: Maxine O’Neill recruitment@chshealthcare.co.uk

Please include your mobile number on your CV as you will be sent a text if you are shortlisted to take part in a structured competency based telephone interview

Closing Date for applications is 24th February 2018

Face to Face interviews will be held on Monday 5th March 2018

Due to the high volume of applications, we are unable to respond to candidates who are not shortlisted. Please therefore assume your application is unsuccessful if we have not contacted you three weeks following the closing date.