999 Nurse/Paramedic-East 12 Months Secondment Jobs at South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust in Maidstone, KwaZulu-Natal

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South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust company opens jobs for 999 Nurse/Paramedic-East 12 Months Secondment positions in the KwaZulu-Natal region. The type of work we provide is Full-time.

The criteria for the employees we need are having Health Care Provider skills with Mid-Senior level experience, as well as employees who are honest, disciplined and responsible.

The estimated salary offered by this company is quite competitive around R 4 800 - R 16 000 (per month). However, the salary can go up or down depending on the company that decides it.

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Job Information

Company:South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust
Position:999 Nurse/Paramedic-East 12 Months Secondment
Region:KwaZulu-Natal, Maidstone - KwaZulu-Natal
Job Function:Health Care Provider
Seniority Level:Mid-Senior level
Salary:ZAR 4.800 - ZAR 16.000 per Month
Employment Type:Full-time
Industry:Hospitals and Health Care

Job Description

Job Overview

99 Nurse/Paramedic (Clinical Supervisor) East EOC 12 Months Secondment:

  • Full time (37.5 hours) or Part time hours considered
  • Rotating shift pattern covering 24/7 service
  • £35,392 to £42,618 per annum plus unsocial (Agenda for Change Band 6 Section 2)
  • Based at Coxheath.

Training : 8 weeks full time NHS Pathways 99

  • 2 weeks NHSP Training,
  • 1 week CAD training (all M-F).
  • 1 week EMA mentoring (shift work),
  • 1 week NHSP clinician training (M-F) then
  • 3 weeks mentoring (shift work)

Main duties of the job

South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust is looking to recruit staff to work as Clinicians in our 99 Emergency Operations Centres on a 12 Months Secondment.

We are looking for registered Clinicians with at least two years’ experience, keen to progress and develop into a new career challenge.

You will be working within the multi-disciplinary clinical team with the Emergency Operations Centre. You will be providing support for incoming emergency calls, carrying out remote triage of patients over the phone to ensure access to the most appropriate care pathways to meet the patient’s needs.

Applications from Clinicians with experience of telephone triage are also welcome.

Full training and support will be provided to make it possible for you to transition into this role so that you can make a big difference to our patients.

This role is subject to enhanced DBS checks for children and adult.

Working for our organisation

If you are a current SECAmb employee, by applying for this position, if successful you will move to the terms and conditions associated with the post. Any unsocial hours payments will be paid under the Section 2 agreement of agenda for change. Section 2 unsocial hours will need to be claimed via your monthly timesheet. More information regarding section 2 can be found in the Agenda for Change handbook and on the our dedicated Section 2 page on The Zon e .

Please note that the salary range noted on the vacancy is in line with agenda for change (AFC) pay scales. All successful applicants would be placed automatically at the bottom of the banding, unless proven, relevant NHS or equivalent experience can be demonstrated.

Following the revision of current national legislation (Vaccine as a Condition of Deployment), the Trust has reviewed our requirements relating to staff uptake of the SARS-COV-2 (COVID-19) vaccination.

Going forward, for patient facing positions, we strongly recommend that new starters will be appropriately vaccinated unless medically exempt in order to offer greater protection against exposure to the virus for front line staff.

In line with this recommendation, if you are successful in your application for a front line post, we will seek information from you in relation to your vaccine status, including exemption status, as applicable.

Please note, all positions come with a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check relevant to the post. This will either be a basic, standard, or enhanced check depending on the role. The level of check will be outlined in the conditional offer letter sent to successful applicants.

As part of the application process, you will be asked to declare any unspent/unfiltered convictions. If you are shortlisted you will then be sent a self declaration form, which must be completed prior to attending interview. for any queries relating to declarations, please contact the Recruitment Advisor listed on the vacancy.

The Trust is passionately committed to being an inclusive employer – a place where we can all be ourselves and succeed. As an employer we offer a range of family friendly, inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements, staff engagement networks, facilities and services to support staff from different backgrounds.

We actively support equality of opportunity for all our staff and welcome applications from individuals regardless of age, any disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief. The Trust is making progress towards its aim of becoming more reflective of the diversity of our community in our workforce and guarantees an interview to candidates with disability who meet the essential criteria specified. We particularly encourage applications from Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and disabled applicants and those from other under-represented groups.

The Equality Act 2010 protects disabled people – including those with long term health conditions, learning disabilities and hidden disabilities such as dyslexia. If you tell us that you have a disability we can make reasonable adjustments to ensure that any selection processes – including the interview – are fair and equitable. We are a committed Disability Confident Employer and offer on-going support, should you be successful, with any adjustments you may need when performing your role.

When completing the application please use your name as it appears on your passport and please ensure you include email addresses and contact numbers for your referees to avoid delay in the recruitment process.

Please note that under our Trust policies, we’re unable to employ anyone under the age of 18 years old.

The majority of our roles will include some travel between sites for business purposes. If the vacancy you’re applying for includes work related travel, you will be required to ensure that you hold and have covered the cost of suitable car insurance to support this.

If you have previously applied for this role and were deemed not appointable at any stage of the recruitment process, you cannot normally apply for the same or similar role for a minimum of six months from the date of application. This is to allow time for the candidate to receive feedback and undergo the appropriate development.

Should you require an application form in an alternative format including large print or braille, please contact [email protected] stating the vacancy reference number and we will be happy to provide this.

When completing the reference section, please include details to cover the last three years’ history.

Due to the high volume of applications at SECAmb, we regret that we will only be able to contact those applicants who are shortlisted for interview. If you have not heard from us within 10 working days of the closing date, then please assume you have not been shortlisted for interview on this particular occasion.

Please note that we contact all applicants via Trac Jobs and would advise you check your Trac Jobs account regularly.

Please be aware that the Trust reserves the right to close this vacancy early if sufficient applications are received. For this reason we recommend completing your application as early as possible.

If you are a current SECAmb employee and applying for a substantive position, if successful you will move to the terms and conditions associated with the post. Any unsocial hours payments will be paid under the Section 2 agreement of agenda for change. If you are currently paid under Annex 5 and this post is the same banding as your current role, you can request to remain on Annex 5, or move to Section 2.

Section 2 unsocial hours will automatically be paid via your monthly timesheet. More information regarding section 2 can be found in the Agenda for Change handbook and on the our dedicated Section 2 page on The Zon e .

If you are a current SECAmb employee and applying for a Secondment/Acting Up position, this would not be classed as a permanent change to your terms and conditions so if your application is successful, your current unsocial hours arrangements will not change for the duration of the secondment/acting up period.

Follow our recruitment on Twitter @SECAmbRecruit and check out our Facebook page – SECAmb NHS Recruitment. You can also find us on Linkedin under South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust.


  • Comfortable environment
  • Taught when starting work
  • Salary bonus if there is overtime

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South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

The South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust is a leading provider of ambulance services across the South East of England. As one of the largest ambulance services in the country, it is committed to providing a safe, reliable and responsive service to the local community and wider society. The trust is committed to reducing inadequate access to medical care, improving quality of care and ensuring that all its services are of the highest standard.

The trust is a partner in the South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Trust, a consortium of 12 ambulance services in the region. It employs over 3,800 staff and provides a range of emergency, non-emergency and specialist transport services across Kent, Surrey, East Sussex and West Sussex. It also covers hospital transport and safe life-saving services. The trust provides training and education to its staff and offers volunteer and development opportunities to people from all backgrounds.

The South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust has grown significantly since its inception in 199 and is now responsible for providing ambulance services to over 2 million people. Its commitment to delivering a high-quality service remains at the heart of all its activities and it continually strives to improve the safety, sustainability and quality of the services it delivers.

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