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Bank (casual) work
Register on Epilepsy Society's Bank of casual work and you’ll be able to work flexibly, supporting our professional staff and helping our residents to achieve their full potential.
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About working on Bank
We have various Bank roles at Epilepsy Society, such as support workers, nurses, administrators, porters, receptionists (see below for those we’re currently recruiting). If you need to work weekends or holidays to get you through college or university, got school age kids or are just looking to work a few hours a week, then registering on our bank could be an attractive option. You’ll be able to work flexibly, supporting our professional staff and helping our residents to achieve their full potential. Previous experience isn’t required for some roles, as we’ll give you full training, but you must be at least 18 years old.
Epilepsy Society's 'bank' is a list of casual workers who register in order to work shifts, as available, across the centre. They are a valuable resource used to cover staff shortages such as vacancies, holidays and sickness.
Registering on the Epilepsy Society bank is very popular with students who wish to work during holidays and at weekends and with people who want to work flexibly, such as those with children.
There are other benefits of working on the bank:
- It can provide a working opportunity for people who have been out of the work environment for a while.
- It enables people to get a taste of working in the learning disability field.
- it can provide useful work experience for people at the beginning of their working life.
- The nature of bank work means there is no mutual obligation to offer or accept shifts in any given period. It is a flexible arrangement for both you and us.
As a bank worker you're provided with a comprehensive induction training package to enable you to carry out tasks with confidence. You can access various training courses run by Epilepsy Society, and you will always be well supported by permanent staff.
Bank workers also have the opportunity to apply for permanent positions within Epilepsy Society.
Hourly pay rate: varies, dependent on role
You will be entitled to holiday pay of 28 days (210 hours) paid annual leave per annum, pro-rata. Your holiday entitlement will be dependent on how many hours you work.