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Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust Overview

London, England (UK)
5001 to 10000 employees
2007
Hospital
Health Care
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
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Based in West London, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust is an acute NHS trust with five hospitals – St Mary’s, Hammersmith, Charing Cross, Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea and Western Eye hospitals. Together with Imperial College ... Read more

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    Former Employee - Healthcare Assistant in London, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Healthcare Assistant in London, England (UK)
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    I worked at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Their teaching and training are second to none. I was an absolute novice and new nothing about working in the Healthcare Industry. When I left I had so much experience that I was able to work anywhere as a Healthcare Assistant.

    Cons

    The hours can be long and as a HCA some Nurses might treat you like a general dogs body.

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Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust photo of: St Mary's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester (Photo thanks to Geograph user Stephen Richards, Some Rights Reserved)
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust photo of: Western Eye Hospital
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust photo of: Hammersmith Hospital, Wormwood Scrubs (Photo thanks to Geograph user David Hawgood, Some Rights Reserved)
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust photo of: Charing Cross Hospital (Photo thanks to Geograph user Paul McIlroy, Some Rights Reserved)
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust photo of: Charing Cross Hospital (Photo thanks to Geograph user Paul McIlroy, Some Rights Reserved)
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust photo of: Hammersmith Hospital, Wormwood Scrubs (Photo thanks to Geograph user David Hawgood, Some Rights Reserved)
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    Marketing Communications Officer Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in May 2016.

    Interview

    It was in three stages; a presentation, competency-based interview and a writing test.

    I had to prepare a 5-minute presentation on 'what are the top three things to think about when promoting a new NHS service?'

    It was a two-panel interview with a Marketing Manager and an executive officer/PA who each took a turn to ask me questions.

    I was asked six questions in total.

    The manager started the interview with introductions and a summary of the role followed by a series of competency based questions.

    Manager seemed underprepared and out of her depth as an interviewer when I asked questions about the role and examples of how they applied their values to their role.

    For the writing test, I was placed in a room that was interrupted twice and the PC crashed twice meaning I lost my work. I told this to the executive officer but she shrugged off my concern.

    I waited a week and didn't hear if I was successful. I had to chase HR to be told I was unsuccessful, and when I asked an HR advisor if I could have feedback, she told me in a laughable tone she wasn't in the interview so can't help me and advised me she'll ask the marketing manager to get back to me, but she never did.

    Interview Questions

    • What would you include when writing a marketing plan

      What would other people say about you?

      In the first 3 months when you join - how would you help the Head of Communications?  
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