Temporary staff play a vital role in ensuring high standards of patient care are maintained. This means that our temporary workers are highly valued.
Our temporary staff are called Bank Staff. Bank Staff refers to a pool of people that we can call on when we need to cover shifts, holidays or just need extra staff as and when.
You can choose the shifts you want to take on, giving you a great deal of flexibility when deciding to work and which days. Shifts cover a variety of times and can be days, evenings, and nights during weekdays and at weekends.
As a member of our Staff Bank Register you decide where you work, what you do and how much, in line with your qualifications and training. It’s your choice and you’re in control.
Why join ECCH’s Staff Bank Register
There are a huge number of benefits to choosing to work flexible shifts on our ECCH Bank Staff Register. By being part of our Bank Staff Register, you will:
Paid Training and Uniforms provided
In addition to the above, we provide:
What roles are available?
Any healthcare professional can join our Staff Bank Register. Typically, we have regular work available for Staff Nurses, Healthcare Assistants, Rehab Support Assistants, Physiotherapists, and Occupational Therapist. Other roles may also be available and would depend on the demand at the time. Although not essential, previous NHS experience is helpful.
Choose your shifts around childcare, school times, and other commitments
Why work on ECCH's Bank?
Working as a member of ECCH Staff Bank Register gives you the choice of when and where you would like to work. Having more flexibility around when you work is attractive to people for a variety of reasons. Flexible shifts may be beneficial to:
To encourage experienced nurses and therapists to join our Bank Register, we offer a range of incentives for joining us and working a set number of shifts.
Earn an extra £400 when you join and work on our Bank
Once you have joined our Bank Register and have completed 6 shifts within your first 3 months, we will pay you a one-off bonus of £400 (subject to tax and NI deductions). (Terms and conditions apply).
Plus, if you work in a clinical role, refer a friend and earn another £400 split between the two of you.
We are looking for experienced Nurses, Cccupational Therapists, Healthcare Assistants and Rehab-Support Workers to join our Bank. If your friend has at least 6 months’ direct NHS experience, then we will reward you and your friend with a bonus of £200 each (subject to tax and NI deductions) when you refer a friend to work on our Bank. Your friend will need to be accepted on to our Bank in a clinical role and work at least 6 shifts in their first 3 months. The bonus is paid the month after your friend has completed their sixth shift, which must be completed within three months of the referred friend completing the registration process. (Terms and Conditions apply).
Please note before you recommend your friend, you must obtain their permission to provide their personal information to us.
Fancy earning £600? You can with these two great bonuses
New Bank registrants can qualify for the ‘refer a friend’ bonus and the ‘welcome’ bonus. This means if you meet the terms and conditions, you could be entitled to receive £600 once you have completed 6 shifts in your first three months. Plus, you can also then refer your friends and if they qualify, you will both receive £200 for each successful referral.
ECCH Are interested in recieving applications for the following positions;
The Health Care Assistant will work with other members of the Primary Care Home to provide proactive and reactive community services.
The post holder will be part of a team trained in a range of skills, to deliver clinical interventions for patients with a wide range of health care needs in a variety of community settings.
Rehab Support Worker
The Rehabilitation Support Worker will work with other members of the Primary Care Home multidisciplinary team to provide planned and unplanned community services.
The post holder’s role will focus upon the provision of reablement interventions. Delivering care, support and encouragement in order to promote independence. Responding to patient and family needs. Prevent unnecessary hospital admission and support end of life care at home.