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Job summary

Main area
Specialist Services
Grade
Band 5
Contract
Permanent
Hours
Full Time 37.5 hours per week
Job ref
001-PST019-0417
Employer
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
Employer type
NHS
Site
ALAC, Wrexham Maelor Hospital
Town
Wrexham
Salary
£22,129 to £28,747 per annum
Closing
07/05/2017 23:59
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board logo

EAT Clinical Technologist

Band 5

CARING FOR PEOPLE - KEEPING PEOPLE WELL

Cardiff and Vale UHB is a Smoke Free Health Board. Smoking is banned across all of the UHB sites. Staff are therefore not able to smoke in the hospital grounds or on any other UHB premises.


 

Following a review of service funding an exciting opportunity has arisen for a Clinical Technologist post within the All Wales Electronic Assistive Technology (EAT) Service. The post will be based in the Artificial Limb and Appliance Centre, Wrexham, North Wales. The EAT Service Wales provides highly complex electronic systems that reduce/alleviate impairments to people with a severe disability. The postholder would undertake case conferences with other EAT Service professional staff, and program/install/maintain equipment provided as a result of the assessment process.

Applications are invited from candidates with a strong electronic systems servicing background, who would like to work in a caring and fast changing sector. The role would suit particularly electronic technicians who have worked within NHS equipment servicing departments but a lack of this background would not be a bar to employement.

Travel throughout Wales would be expected as part of the role, in order to support service users within their own homes (or hospital stays) and as such a valid UK driving license is required. Pool vehicles are provided within the Service but in the event of the postholder using their own vehicle, statutory travel expenses will be provided.

Our Values ‘ CARING FOR PEOPLE; KEEPING PEOPLE WELL’

Cardiff and Vale University Health Board has an important job to do. What we do matters because it’s our job to care for people and keep them well. We all want to do this to the best of our abilities – but we know that good intentions are not always enough.

At Cardiff and Vale University Health Board our values and example behaviours are:

We care about the people we serve and the people we work with
Treat people as you would like to be treated and always with compassion
We trust and respect one another
Look for feedback from others on how you are doing and strive for better ways of doing things
We take personal responsibility
Be enthusiastic and take responsibility for what you do.
We treat people with kindness
Thank people, celebrate success and when things go wrong ask ‘what can I learn’?
We act with integrity
Never let structures get in the way of doing the right thing.

Our values guide the way we work and the way we behave with others. Post holders will be expected at all times to behave in accordance with our values demonstrating commitment to the delivery of high quality services to patients.

The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post

Closing date - 07th May, 2017

No smoking policyInvestors in PeopleStonewall equality policy. Equality and justice for lesbians, gay men, bisexual and trans people.Mindful employer.  Being positive about mental health.Age positiveDisability confident employer

Applicant requirements

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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Further details / informal visits contact

Mr Arek Szamocki on 02920-313849 or
Dr Jeffrey Morris on 02920 - 313976