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Provide is committed to helping staff achieve a balance between home and work life, and supporting their well-being. We value diversity, employing staff from a range of backgrounds and are committed to the mental health of our employees and to employing staff with disabilities.
Provide is committed to employing disabled people and has been awarded the Positive About Disabled People Two Tick symbol. The accreditation is awarded to employers who demonstrate to the Department for Work and Pensions that they are committed to the employment of disabled people. Find out more..
Some of the more common questions we get asked are listed below, if you can't find what you are looking for please get in touch. We will be happy to help.
It depends on the nature of the offence, and the sort of work you want to do in the NHS - for example, for roles with direct patient contact you will usually legally be required to declare all criminal offences.
Any requirements like these will be stated in the job advertisement.
Many healthcare professionals are regulated on a statutory basis. This means that to work as one of these professionals, you are legally required to be registered with the relevant regulatory body.
Many other professions have voluntary registration which means that it isn't a legal requirement to be registered, but it is usually in the interests of the individual to do so.
No. It depends on the candidate that best meets the criteria in the person specification and can demonstrate this through the application and selection process.
It depends on the type and level of job you are working in. Senior managers have their own pay systems, whereas all other staff are paid under the Agenda for Change pay system.
“I hadn’t worked for a while and wanted to try something different. Volunteering as a Patient Support Buddy has helped me build-up confidence in the workplace and feel like I am really helping people.”
“I wanted to volunteer but did not have much spare time, as I work. However, I come in for a couple of hours on a Sunday afternoon and run a reminiscing session. I received training and support before I started and have been so surprised how much I get out of the experience. I would really recommend volunteering.”
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