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Orthopaedic Scrub Team Leader

Bradford, BD1

NHS

10,926 job reviews

6.3

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  • Head office doesn’t understand the frontline

    How we know this

    14% of people think that this employer’s head office or owners have a good understanding of what’s really happening where they work

    Based on information from 7 job reviews

    Why this matters

    At a good job, the role of head office should be to support the people on the frontline serving customers.

    To do that properly, the company’s owners or head office need to have a good understanding of what’s really happening on the frontline. This is especially important when a company owns multiple locations.

  • People feel stressed

    How we know this

    83% of people say they often feel stressed at work

    Based on information from 6 job reviews

    Why this matters

    Work isn’t always easy, but if you’re frequently feel stressed, that’s not good.

    Your employer should support you with enough people and resources to get your job done without feeling overwhelmed.

Not great
  • Breaks aren’t paid

    How we know this

    29% of people say they get paid breaks

    Based on information from 7 job reviews

    Why this matters

    A good job should have paid breaks.

    You should be paid for all your time at work, whether you’re on a break or not.

  • People don’t recommend their team

    How we know this

    43% of people report that they would recommend working with their immediate team to a friend

    Based on information from 7 job reviews

    Why this matters

    A good job means enjoying the place where you work.

    The people you work with every day really matter. They can be the difference between a terrible day and a great one.

    If you’d recommend your team to a friend, this shows that something’s going right.

  • Less than 4 weeks notice of shifts

    How we know this

    • 50% report getting one week notice or less
    • 0% report getting two weeks notice
    • 0% report getting three weeks notice
    • 33% report getting four weeks notice or more
    • 17% report having a fixed rota

    Based on information from 6 job reviews

    Why this matters

    At a good job, you get plenty of notice about when you’re working.

    This makes it easy for you to plan the rest of life, as well as your finances, because you know how much you’ll be working and when.

  • Uninformed about head office

    How we know this

    33% of people feel that they are kept well informed about how the company is doing as a whole

    Based on information from 6 job reviews

    Why this matters

    At a good job, there should be a supportive relationship between the people working on the frontline serving customers and the people who own the company or work in head office.

    You should be kept informed about how the company is doing as a whole, both in good times and when things get tough for the business.

Good
  • No unpaid extra work

    How we know this

    50% of people report that they do extra work that they don’t get paid for

    Based on information from 6 job reviews

    Why this matters

    Everyone should get paid for any extra work they do, even if it is outside your contracted hours. At a good job, you should be paid for all the time you spend at work.

Excellent
  • Easy to book holiday

    How we know this

    86% of people report it’s easy to book holidays

    Based on information from 7 job reviews

    Why this matters

    A good job should let you take time off when you need it, and it shouldn’t be a nightmare to arrange.

  • Easy to take sick leave

    How we know this

    100% of people report that it’s easy to take time off if they are sick

    Based on information from 7 job reviews

  • Enough training

    How we know this

    86% of people report they got enough training when they started working here

    Based on information from 7 job reviews

    Why this matters

    A good job should give you good training when you start, not just drop you in at the deep end.

    This means that you’ll be happier and more productive from day one and shows that your employer values you.

    It’s also very important if your job involves anything that could be dangerous. Good training from the outset keeps you and your team safe.

  • No short notice shift changes

    How we know this

    20% of people say their manager changes their shifts at the last minute

    Based on information from 5 job reviews

    Why this matters

    If your manager is often changing your shifts at short notice that’s a sign of poor planning. At a good job you won’t be messed around at the last minute.

  • People are paid enough to live on

    How we know this

    100% of people say they are paid at or above the Real Living Wage for where they live

    Based on information from 6 job reviews

    Why this matters

    Everyone should be paid enough to live on.

    The Real Living Wage is a voluntary rate employers can sign up to that is based on the real cost of living.

    The Real Living Wage is currently £9.50 per hour, and £10.85 per hour in London.

  • People are paid market rates

    How we know this

    100% of people are paid average or more than the typical pay for the type of work they do

    Based on information from 7 job reviews

    Why this matters

    Pay can vary a lot between types of job. Employers should be ensuring that the rates their staff are paid are in line with similar roles elsewhere.

  • People get proper breaks

    How we know this

    80% of people report that they get to take proper breaks

    Based on information from 5 job reviews

    Why this matters

    When you take a break it should be a proper rest. It should last the full duration and you shouldn’t get pulled off it.

  • People get sick pay

    How we know this

    100% of people say they would get paid if they were sick but scheduled to work

    Based on information from 7 job reviews

    Why this matters

    Everyone gets sick sometimes. You should be able to take time off without worrying.

    At a good job you should still get paid if you’re scheduled to work but can’t due to sickness. Your contract should say how many sick days you can take each year.

    This is more than the legal minimum, which says you should only get paid if you are unwell for 4 full days. See Citizens Advice for more details.

  • Managers are respectful

    How we know this

    100% of people say they’re treated with respect by their managers

    Based on information from 5 job reviews

    Why this matters

    Everyone should get treated with respect by their managers. You shouldn’t feel discriminated against or bullied, and if you have a problem you should be able to speak to someone about it.

  • People don’t worry about getting enough hours

    How we know this

    20% of people report they worry about getting enough hours

    Based on information from 5 job reviews

    Why this matters

    At a good job, you shouldn’t have to worry about getting enough hours each week.

    A good job should guarantee you a minimum number of hours in a contract, if you want it.

    This makes it easier to plan your finances, because you know how much you’ll be earning.

What employees are saying about NHS

  • Best thing

    Making a real difference to patients and their families. If I have a good day, I’ll get to spend lots of time with my patients, do things like wash their hair, make them feel cared for etc. I’ll feel like I’m giving treatments that are making people better and see improvements in someone’s health. I’ll get on well with my team including doctors and other AHP’s. When you have a good day you really really love this job.

    Worst thing

    Feeling burnt out due to poor staffing levels and skill mix. Feeling guilty about not having the time to give good care to patients. Sometimes you are so busy you miss things and feel so guilty, but there is nothing you could have done differently because of factors outside of your control like staffing levels. Not always getting breaks, we are supposed to take two half hour breaks on a 12 hour shift, most days I’ll just have one 20 minute break in the morning. Always leaving an hour late. Having a poor work like balance, this job becomes your life.

    5.5

    Deputy sister, March 2021

    • Manages people
    • £16.04 per hour
    • 25 or older
  • Best thing

    Being able to talk to different people on a daily basis.
    Attending the helipad and feeling like part of an elite team.
    Walking and maintaining a good level of fitness.
    Banter with other portering colleagues.
    Feeling like you are helping people.

    Worst thing

    Seeing some not very things stuff including bad patients off the helicopter, mortuary jobs (child and adult) very sick patients.

    Covid has been a massive stress and we have seen more death than my 2 years combined working there beforehand.

    Aggressive and intimidating patients, I have been assaulted twice in 3 years.

    Sometimes being made to feel worthless by higher members of staff

    6.8

    Porter, March 2021

    • £18,000 per year, working a 40 hour week
    • 21–24 years old
  • Best thing

    Making people better and chatting with them about their lives.
    Feeling like you've made a difference
    The team I work with who are now friends

    Worst thing

    The uncertainty of what's going to happen.
    Asking to support other wards and working out of your comfort zone.
    Capacity issues and the pressure you get from seniors to discharge patients.
    Upsetting patients due to workload and not doing enough for them or their relatives so being shouted at.
    Trying to keep everyone happy.
    Not being able to say what you think in certain situations.

    7.2

    Employee, April 2021

    • Manages people
    • £33,000 per year, working a 39 hour week
    • 25–34 years old
  • Best thing

    Helping people recover, improve their quality of life and get to discharge them home. Patients being grateful, appreciating what you do for them.

    Worst thing

    Demanding patients, abusive and threatening patients. Disgruntled consultants who make demands but have no concepts of how the ward has to run, only want their way or no way, lack of respect, poor communication leading to failure in care, lack of beds resulting in delayed patient care, patients deteriorating but having to wait too much precious time for an intensive care bed.

    6.3

    Employee, March 2021

    • £26,900 per year, working a 38 hour week
    • 21–24 years old

Orthopaedic Scrub Team Leader, National Health Service

Orthopaedic Scrub Team Leader Right now we have an exciting opportunity for a full time/part timeOrthopaedic Scrub Team Leader to join our Theatre Team at The Yorkshire ClinicThe Role: Supporting the Theatre Manager in leading and organising the Orthopaedic Scrub team on a day to day basis, ensuring the service is compliant with all policies & regulations whilst developing and maintaining an efficient service to patients and service users. As the Scrub Team Leader you will be responsible for departmental training for the team including PDR’s and competency assessments, along with inducting of new staff members, whilst also supporting critical care and resuscitation leads. In the absence of the Theatre manager you will manage the department ensuring that all compliance and standards are adhered to.What you’ll bring with you:Registered Practitioner NMC or HCPCALS qualificationPrevious experience in a senior/leadership position is desirableExcellent communication skillsGood Clinical Governance awareness and ability to ensure policy complianceBenefits:Competitive salary plus enhancements of 50% where eligibleContributory pension schemeAccess to the Ramsay Academy – genuine opportunities to grow, develop and specialise in your career25 days’ annual leave plus the opportunity to buy/sell moreFlexible shift optionsPrivate Healthcare and Life AssuranceFree parkingAccess to our employee Discount ProgrammeWellbeing centre and access to 24/7 employee assistance line for free adviceFree UniformAbout Us: The Yorkshire Clinic is one of West Yorkshire's leading private hospitals set in three acres of woodland in the grounds of Cottingley Hall near Bingley. The hospital opened in 1982 and has 57 bedrooms including one twin-bedded room all with en suite facilities. Ramsay Health Care UK is a well-established global hospital group with over 50 years’ experience. It is well respected within the healthcare industry and is one of the leading providers of independent hospital services in England. Ramsay Health Care UK is a well-established global hospital group with over 50 years’ experience. It is well respected within the healthcare industry and is one of the leading providers of independent hospital services in England. We love people with a positive, “can do” attitude who want to make a difference in their work. "Our employees are Ramsay." The skills and commitment of our employees forms the basis for our success. “The Ramsay Way” culture recognises that people – staff and doctors – are Ramsay Health Care’s most important asset and this has been key to our ongoing success. Click here to find out more. All offers of employment in respect of this appointment will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure Certificate from the Disclosure and Barring Service. Committed to quality, equality and opportunity for all.

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