As part of our Community Diagnostic Centre (CDC) programme, we're opening a new centre in Harpurhey later this year. Join us at our inclusive recruitment event on 20th October to find out more and be interviewed for available roles!
Prior to the event, please look at the roles available below and make sure you’ve completed the booking form here.
The event is on Friday 20th October and will be split into two sessions, a morning (AM) session, and an afternoon (PM) session. The AM session will run from 9am-12pm, and the PM session will run from 12:30pm-3pm. Please select which session you will be attending on the booking form.
Each session will be started with a 15 minute presentation, followed by interviews, and you will be provided with an interview slot on the day.
Please note – there may be a short wait before your interview, however our staff will be on hand to help you prepare for your interview while you wait.
A downloadable information poster is available here.
Trainee Community Diagnostics Care Navigator - Band 2
You will be supporting our navigators to provide diagnostic care packages for all patients and will provide valuable administrative support to the team in relation to outreach work with local communities.
You will also study for an apprenticeship qualification in Community Health and Wellbeing, receiving protected time for studying.
We have three full time roles and one part time role available, and you can view the job description for this role by clicking here.
Trainee Healthcare Scientist Diagnostic Assistant - Band 2
You’ll learn a variety of skills from being able to take patients blood to taking ECGs, helping with positioning patients for endoscopy procedures and scans as well as learning how to conduct respiratory tests such as spirometry on patients.
The role is a great opportunity to join the NHS and start your career in healthcare.
On successful completion of this you will be a qualified Band 3 Healthcare Scientist Diagnostic Assistant, you will then commence on an apprenticeship programme which will further develop your clinical skills and will enable you to work towards becoming an associate healthcare scientist practitioner.
We have 8 full time roles available, and you can read the job description for this role by clicking here.
The recruitment event is taking place at the Harpurhey Neighbourhood Project – Carisbrook Street, Harpurhey, Manchester, M9 5PR.
What you need to bring
- If you have a current Curriculum Vitae (CV) please bring that along with you.
- Please bring two forms of identification. One with a photograph (e.g passport/driving licence), and one showing your address (e.g a utility bill or bank statement dated within the last three months).
- Evidence of any relevant qualifications i.e., Exam certificates
If you require any additional support to attend the event, please do let us know. Contact Jo at Joanne.Davies@mft.nhs.uk
Immigration status information
Unfortunately, none of the roles that MFT are recruiting to within this recruitment event meet with Home Office criteria for us to be able to issue a Health and Care worker visa, this means that none are of these roles are eligible for sponsorship.
If you are seeking sponsorship in relation to this application, then unfortunately we cannot offer this.
11 of the roles we are recruiting to are full time, so if you are on a student visa we will not be able to interview you for these positions, as there is strict criteria regarding hours you are able to work.
It is essential that you are aware of your right to work eligibility prior to attending this event – Please find further information below: