Paediatric Support Worker - Fulham

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Paediatric Support worker- Fulham, London

Shift Pattern: 6 hour days or 12 hour nights


Pulse Community Healthcare provides a service of complex care to our clients. Majority having had had hospitalised care most of our clients have now opted for care within their home. We are looking for a support worker that can continue providing this standard of care safely in their private home.

Our support workers are offered the opportunity to work closely with children who require assistance with their complex needs. Located in Fulham our 16 year old client has neurodisability and global developmental delay. She will need assistance with her PEG feed, tracheostomy and ventilator.

Working unsupervised in this setting will give the support worker a chance to hone on their skills and have the independence and responsibility that they would not necessarily get in alternative establishments.  You will have the focus to one particular client.

Do not be deterred from the volume of clinical interventions needed in this package. We will support you. We provide training that will make you become confident and we will ensure you undergo shadow shifts so that you have a tangible idea of what your role will consist of.


Able to provide 2 references that cover your healthcare experience within the last two years?

Are you willing to attend our training?

If so, you will gain:

  • Bi-weekly payroll

  • Holiday pay

  • Free mandatory and specialist training

  • Access to 24/7 on call support

  • £200 bonus through our referral scheme*

  • £200 bonus through our fast track scheme*

  • Career development







Pulse Community Healthcare is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

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