Here are just a few of the exciting new career opportunities in Guernsey and Alderney. For a full list of vacancies select the 'Search and Apply Now' button and search for 'Health and Social Care'.
Biomedical Scientist (Advanced)Band 7 £36,504 - £43,506 BAR £44,996 - £48,127 per annum
We are looking for an Advanced Biomedical Scientist to provide a comprehensive, robust and cost effective diagnostic Haematology & Blood Transfusion services. In this role, you will interact with a wide range of stakeholders dealing with multi-professional staff as well as public. In addition, it is expected that you will provide advice to clinicians and service users regarding all aspects of Haematology and Blood Transfusion using a high level of theoretical and knowledge. With this in mind you will be required to train and supervise junior scientific, support and administrative staff within the IBMS training guidelines, working individually or as part of a small team, contributing to the development of new procedures and practices for specialist Haematology and Blood Transfusion investigations.Read Job Summary
Clinical Psychologist£54,234 - £65,260 BAR £67,047 per annum
Are you looking to use your clinical psychology expertise within a small and close-knit community where the service users, families and carers are encouraged to live their lives as independently as possible? Are you looking for a role which challenges you to be flexible and work innovatively in a world where you reflect current thinking but also adapt to changing societal needs? We are looking for a highly experienced Clinical Psychologist to support people with learning disabilities and/or autism. This is a specialist role where you will be required to provide, plan and develop a systematic and comprehensive Clinical Psychology Service to adults with Learning Disabilities and adults with Autism, both individually and as part of a multidisciplinary team.Read Job Summary
Occupational TherapistBand 6 £30,246 - £40,974 per annum
This post will give the post-holder a unique opportunity to gain experience working across hospital and community settings as they follow the individual from hospital into their own homes and/or home to hospital. This service model allows the Occupational Therapist to utilise the full range of treatment approaches by combining the major elements of the existing roles of the hospital and community Occupational Therapists.Read Job Summary