Experienced Patient Transport Assistants and Drivers

Job title: Experienced Patient Transport Assistants and Drivers
Contract type: Temporary
Location: York
Salary: £13.50-£17.00 Umbrella per hour
Start date: As soon as you complete your compliance
Reference: PTS/York/EG6
Contact name: Team
Contact email:
Published: 20 days ago

Job description

​​£13.50 Umbrella Monday to Friday

£17.00 Umbrella Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays

Qualified Patient Transport / Ambulance Drivers have been requested by one of our large Ambulance provider in York to work in a NHS Trust.

Our client has numerous shifts available: day and night. Monday to Sunday. 4 on 4 off rota

Shift Patterns : 





This role is suitable for those with previous Patient Transport experience who have a fantastic bedside manner and technical knowledge of the role.

The role will require you to do the following:

  • Transporting patients to and from hospital appointments.

  • Moving and lifting patients

  • Being friendly and engaging with patients who may be nervous about appointments, or live an isolated life

  • Keeping accurate record of journey times

  • Follow Covid protocols and PPE regulations at all times

  • Cleaning down the vehicle and equipment after every patient transfer

It is essential you have:

  • FREC 3 / First Aid at work certificate

  • Category B1 or C1 Driving Licence

  • Clean Driving Licence (Maximum 3 Points)

  • Moving and handling certificate

  • Medical gasses training such as oxygen therapy

  • Able to meet stringent pre-employment checks including, satisfactory references, enhanced DBS checks

What we offer as a company:

  • Excellent hourly rate of pay on a weekly basis.

  • An experienced clinical lead on hand for support.

  • Free yearly training.

  • Excellent referral scheme.

  • Easily accessible online rotas to suit your availability.

Medicnow is an NHSi framework Agency who provide highly-qualified and flexible Ambulance Staff to the NHS, Ministry of Defence (MOD) UK and foreign deployments and the wider private sector including primary and secondary healthcare