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Mental Healthcare Assistant


WhatJobs UK


Cumbria, United Kingdom

United Kingdom

Healthcare & Medical




Not specified

Permanent | Full Time

Are you a compassionate and dedicated individual looking to make a positive impact on the field of mental healthcare? We have an exceptional opportunity waiting for you! We are currently seeking talented Band 3 Mental Healthcare Assistants to join our esteemed team in Barrow-in-Furness.

About Us: Service Care Solutions is a renowned leader in providing exceptional healthcare services nationwide. We take pride in our commitment to quality care, innovation, and compassion. Join our dynamic team and make a meaningful impact on the lives of individuals in need.

Location: Barrow-in-Furness
Job Type: Band 3 Mental Healthcare Assistant
Contract: Ad-hoc (Full-time/Part Time)

Key Benefits:

Lucrative Bonuses: Experience attractive sign-up and referral bonuses as a token of our appreciation for your commitment and hard work.

Streamlined Compliance: Your compliance matters. Benefit from complimentary compliance assistance to ensure you are ready to excel in your role without any hurdles.

Flexible Payroll Solutions: We understand your financial preferences. Enjoy the flexibility of choosing between multiple payroll runs through umbrella or LTD company options.

National Impact: Be a part of a reputable nationwide staff provider for over 40 NHS trusts, contributing to elevating the healthcare standards across the nation.

Position Overview: As a Band 3 Mental Healthcare Assistant, you will play a pivotal role in supporting individuals on their journey towards improved mental health and well-being. Your compassion, professionalism, and dedication will contribute to creating a nurturing environment that fosters healing and growth.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide compassionate care and assistance to individuals with mental health conditions
  • Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to implement treatment plans
  • Monitor and document patients' progress and behaviors
  • Ensure a safe and therapeutic environment for patients and staff
  • Participate in training and development opportunities to enhance your skills


  • 6 months UK experience in a mental healthcare setting.
  • Demonstrated empathy and exceptional communication skills.
  • Relevant certifications and qualifications in mental healthcare.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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