HOSPITAL WELFARE REPRESENTATIVE - PART TIME
About the role
Within the Student Welfare Team, you will be part of the team responsible for following a students` case in hospital from beginning to end
Your key tasks will consist of, but not be limited to:
- Assist guests in hospital and or Police Station
- Coordinate with Head External Welfare Officer and Student Services Manager regarding any issue known whilst with the guest.
- Follow up on the case after guest has left hospital to ensure his / her wellbeing
- Write a detailed report about events
EXCELLENT experience for those seeking careers in the Medical profession
- Enthusiastic, organised and a natural leader.
- Must be able to work on split hours and accept “ on call “ roster
- Excellent interpersonal skills.
- Capable of using your own initiative.
- Responsible and flexible with transportation to airport, or place of assignment
- Have the right to live and work in the country of employment.
- Complete fluency in English.
- Attend training prior to your contract commencing; Be in possession of First Aid certificate or willing to obtain one before employment.
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