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CSH Surrey are part of the NHS and are Surrey’s largest and longest established NHS community services provider, so our 1500+ employees get NHS pay and pensions, and also receive the Fringe ‘High Cost Allowance’ of 5%. We’re passionate about helping people live the healthiest lives they can in their communities. Our employees believe they can make a difference every day, and are motivated by delivering the best they can for the people they care for, at every contact.


Health and Social Care


  • Administration of the vaccine to already consented and assessed individuals
  • Assess the patient’s readiness for vaccination
  • Address any concerns and ensure consent and clinical assessment has already taken place
  • Ensure correct syringes and needles used
  • Ensure that vaccine batch numbers are recorded under the correct patient
  • Disposal of syringes and sharps as per the clinical waste policy
  • Take on accountability for administration of the vaccine under the national protocol, once drawn up and clinical assessment carried out.
  • Undertake both routine and specially identified tasks for which the post holder has been trained and assessed as competent.
  • Ensure proper disposal of clinical waste and change of PPE as per local and national guidelines
  • Confirm the identity of the patient and the agreement of undertaking vaccination, addressing any concerns
  • Ensure that the vaccination is conducted in line with the patient’s condition (encourage standing position or provide seating option if necessary)
  • Administer vaccines into the patient’s deltoid in accordance with training and local and national policies, procedures and standards
  • Ensure that citizens are directed to the post vaccination observation area outside of the pod.


  • Educated to NVQ 3 level in a relevant subject or equivalent level of qualification and short courses or significant equivalent previous proven experience.
  • First aid training
  • Experience in giving injections or immunizations previously
  • Commitment and willingness to undertake learning and development courses as required to ensure competency for role, this will include vaccine training, administration training, basic life support and NHS statutory and mandatory training.
  • Understanding of Confidentiality and Data Protection Act.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Communicates complex condition related information to patients, requiring empathy and reassurance
  • Ability to work as part of a team and actively participate in team meetings.
  • Able to maintain and record accurate documentation of interactions between clients, colleagues and other agencies in the appropriate legal records.


  • Annual Leave
  • Flexible working
  • Pension
  • Salary
  • Maternity and Paternity leave
  • Training and development
  • Cycle to work
  • Discounts




£21,892 – £24,157 + 5% HCA


***All applications should be made through the external partner website link below***


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