Derbyshire County Council and Derby City Council are staging a virtual recruitment day on Thursday 22 April for roles in social care. For more information about the event, which starts at 10.30am, please read on.
Joined Up Careers Derbyshire are a key partner in the Pathways to Health and Social Care project which supports job-seekers in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire on their pathways into training or employment within the health and social care sector.
Joined Up Careers Derbyshire is working in partnership with Springpod to revolutionise the health and social care work experience offer. By providing interactive, innovative and completely virtual work experience programmes, students will be able to gain insight into different health and social care careers from real people working in Derbyshire.
Derby City Council have various vacancies in care with the Home First Team. You can earn £10.41 per hour, working the shift times available, see adverts on the website.
100 days ago Derbyshire began the biggest vaccination programme in the history of the NHS, and the NHS in Derbyshire has marked the milestone with a video bringing together some of the highlights from the journey so far.
An easy-to-use, specially designed career development tool has been developed for allied health professionals (AHPs) to support them on their career journey.
Thank you to everyone who has offered their support to the Call to Arms campaign. Every role we recruit to is extremely valuable to the success of vaccinating our Derbyshire community and those who provide those critical frontline, patient-facing services. We continue to be truly overwhelmed by the support and we are working hard to ensure that we interview, provide employment checks, deliver information, training and support to you on this journey.
People who are looking to support the Covid-19 vaccination programme by taking up a volunteer steward/marshal role are being asked to contact Derbyshire Community Health Services (DCHS).
Joined Up Careers Derbyshire is delighted with the public’s response to our Call to Arms campaign, which asked for volunteers to support the Covid-19 vaccination programme. The reaction from the people of Derbyshire has been overwhelming, with more than 900 expressions of interest since we launched the campaign in November. We have now paused the campaign, with the exception of registered professionals, while we process the applications.
The Call to Arms initiative to resource the Covid-19 vaccination programme in Derby and Derbyshire is temporarily pausing receiving all further expressions of interest (30 November 2020). This pause is for all roles except registered professionals where we still have some existing need for support.
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