NHS 24 is delighted to be bringing over 300 new job opportunities to those living in and around Dundee.
As part of a planned expansion of services providing healthcare support to the people of Scotland, NHS 24 is launching a new contact centre in Dundee City Centre later this autumn.
Located at Caledonia House in the heart of the Dundee Waterfront, NHS 24 are actively recruiting to a wide range of both clinical and non-clinical posts, covering roles in nursing, mental health and call handling.
Steph Phillips, Director of Service Delivery, NHS 24, said:
"We are excited to launch our new site in Dundee and will be recruiting up to 300 people for this centre alone. We currently have six regional centres and a number of smaller local centres, so any new recruits can rest assured they are joining a well-established national team.
”Providing patient care is at the heart of everything we do and our staff are crucial to that. A job with us can also be the start of a new and changing career; over 46% of our staff have been with us for five or more years. We are more than just a phone service, and we look forward to bringing in new staff to support us as we continue to deliver vital patient care."
One of the roles NHS 24 is recruiting for is the Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner, a role that is unique to Scotland. Hannah McNair, a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner in NHS 24’s Mental Health Hub said: “I would recommend coming to work for us as it’s all about working as part of a team. I look forward to coming into each shift.” Vacancies in NHS 24 are advertised via www.nhs24.scot