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    "Band 2 nursing assistant"

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    Health Care Support Worker in Truro, VA

    I worked at NHS

    Pros

    For the training and discipline. Because I enjoy learning and helping people enjoy a better quality of life. I also volunteer for Roswyth in Newquay, caring for people with mental health issues.

    Cons

    I applied for band 2 nursing assistant (temporary staffing). I had six weeks of training to do. The training was in Redruth, Bodmin and Truro. I do not have a car and was finding it very difficult to afford to be able to get to these places. I therefore could not complete my training. I would have loved more than anything to have been able to succeed. I also didn't have a computer and was doing alot of the courses at the library. I now have a computer and would welcome any challenges to put myself back on my chosen employment path..caring. Sadly I was employed by NHS but I actually did not start work. My previous employment to this ended in 2012 when I was a flexable support worker in mental health and learning disabilities. I gave up this employment to move to Newquay with a partner of whom I am no longer with.

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    NHS2015-11-07
  1. "NHS Biomedical Scientist"

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Compensation and Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Biomedical Scientist in Southampton, NY
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I have been working at NHS for less than a year

    Pros

    Breaks and long lunch is good.

    Cons

    No bonuses what so ever

    NHS2018-12-04
  2. "Great group of co-workers"

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    Former Employee - Help Desk Technician 

    I worked at NHS full-time

    Pros

    The co workers and it manager are down to earth

    Cons

    Growth I've been told. Moving away from the desk.

    NHS2019-11-06

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