Domestic Cleaner - Evenings - Arthur Rank Hospice
1 day left
- Part Time
Medirest is the specialist healthcare division of Compass Group UK & Ireland. As the UK’s leading healthcare support service provider, our aim is to improve the patient experience by providing a clean and safe environment.
An exciting opportunity to join our Domestic Team has become available at the newly build Arthur Rank Hospice in Cambridge. We are currently recruiting for a part-time Domestic Assistant to help achieve our aim. Shift patterns for this position are Monday-Friday 16:00-20:00. We can be flexible on these times - to be discussed at interview stage.Main responsibilities
- Ensure your assigned areas are kept clean, presentable and safe for patients by following the required policies and procedures.
- Ensure rubbish bins are maintained and removed when full.
- Main duties will include dusting, mopping and wiping surfaces.
- Communicating with patients in a kind and safe way.
Full training provided.Ideal candidate
- Be passionate and take pride in their work.
- Well organised.
- A ‘Can do’ attitude.
- Must have excellent people skills.
- Self-motivated and able to work individually.
- Experience of working in a healthcare environment desirable.
- Previous cleaning experience and knowledge is desirable.
Our client; Arthur Rank Hospice, is dedicated to providing specialist palliative care and support to adult patients and their family, friends and carers. All care is provided free of charge, and is offered to people living throughout much of Cambridgeshire.
Arthur Rank Hospice Charity works directly with the Clinical Commission Group (CCG) to deliver the care provided at the county's only adult hospice.
The aim is to enable patients and those close to them to live as fully as possible, and make the most of the time that remains.
To find out more about the services provided by Arthur Rank Hospice and how the Charity supports its work, please click here.
The current Hospice is no longer able to cope with the level of demand they are now seeing and many of its facilities, now over 30 years old, are no longer fit for purpose. To refurbish the Hospice to an acceptable level would mean closing for a year and spending £3.5 million on building work – they believe that money would be better spent going towards a new, centrally located, hospice.
They are delighted to inform their supporters that in October 2016 they are opening their new Hospice in Shelford Bottom, a green and leafy site with good transport access.