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HSC Workforce Appeal seeking Qualified Paramedics
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The HSC Workforce Appeal has been established by the Department of Health to manage the recruitment and deployment of healthcare professionals and non-healthcare workers across the health and social care system during the outbreak of Covid-19.

The response to Covid-19 is putting enormous pressure on the HSC and we are urgently seeking expressions of interest from Clinicians and Social Care Workers who are not already working in Northern Ireland’s health and social care system or who have not been contacted as part of the final year medical, nursing, allied health and social care student recruitment programme.

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We are also seeking Non-Healthcare Workers to fill a range of vacancies with paid employment including Porters, Catering Staff, Cleaning & Domestic Services Staff, Laundry Staff, ICT Professionals, Finance and Payroll, Call Handlers, Drivers, Electricians, Plumbers, Joiners, Warehousing, Maintenance Staff and more.

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We need your help and the first step is registering an expression of interest to join the team.

We might not need everyone, but knowing you are available to work is just as important.

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