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30th August 2017

An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Specialist Neurological Rehabilitation Unit based at the Colman Centre for Specialist Rehabilitation. We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic, well motivated person to an Apprentice Level 2 or Level 3 Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care for a 12 month fixed term post. There is an opportunity for you to develop knowledge and skills within the Nationally Commissioned area of work. You will have the opportunity to work within a specialist unit with a full multi-disciplinary team.

You will work as an integral part of the ward team working with patients with complex needs where services are Nationally Commissioned for the East of England Area. As part of the Colman Centre for Specialist Services you will be expected to work across the services when the need arises and this gives you a range of experiences to learn from.

Excellent communication skills and a supportive approach to team working within a rehabilitation setting are key to the success of this service and the successful applicant. Demonstrating the ability to working within the Trust behavioural framework will be essential to the role.

An ability to manage your own learning supported by the team gaining new knowledge and skills to benefit yourself and the service will be vital. This is a great opportunity for you to learn while working in an area with patients with complex care needs. You will be expected to manage your study and work with the learning provider to gain the qualification within the 12 month period.

Good interpersonal skills are essential as is the need to be cheerful and courteous is essential at all times. The ability work with people and adapt your skills to different situation will be required.

Good computer skills or the ability to learn will be required for this role is this is essential to this unit. Record keeping will also be key to this post.

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