Arden & GEM CSU is always looking for skilled administrators, project managers, clinicians and other professionals with drive and enthusiasm to fill short-term, temporary assignments. There’s no need to enrol with an agency; you can sign up directly with the Arden & GEM Bank – our temporary staffing service.
Joining our bank of temporary staff will give you the flexibility to fit work around other commitments, whether family or study. And you will be able to use your skills and experience to help us deliver key projects for local health services.
When we have a suitable temporary opportunity that matches your qualifications and experience, and where necessary your professional credentials and registrations, we will contact you to discuss the opportunity further.
What sort of work is available?
We are looking for people to cover various roles – administration, equality and diversity, business intelligence, information technology, procurement, communications and engagement, corporate governance, human resources, and clinical posts including nurses and pharmacists. To find out more about what we do, go to the About Us section on this website.
What qualifications will I need?
It will vary from post to post but you will need a strong background in your discipline and be quick to adapt and understand the key deliverables of the role. If you are working as a clinician or other professional, you will need to ensure that your professional registrations and credentials are up to date.
If you are working as a nurse assessor with our CHC team you will need to be a car owner and driver so that you can undertake mobile clinical work. You may also need the use of a car for some of our other roles.
Where is the work based?
We work all over England. Our office locations currently include Beccles, Birmingham, Chester, Chesterfield, Derby, King's Lynn, Lincoln, Mansfield, Northampton, Norwich and Warwick. You will usually be working as a member of a team, and will always have the full support and resources you need to complete your assignment successfully.
When will you need me?
Your working hours could be full or part-time depending on the needs of the project, which could last from a few days up to three months.
What will I be paid?
Our pay rates are aligned to the NHS Agenda for Change pay scales, which have been negotiated with trade unions.
How do I apply?
Please send your CV and a covering email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
In a role that requires a professional qualification or registration we will ask you to provide proof of current professional registration.