Location: Greater London +

Department: Fleet & Resource

Reporting to: Fleet Manager

Salary: £650 + per week

Contract: Sub-contractor

Hours: Flexible and variable, circa 10-12 hours per day during main operational hours of 06:00 to 00:00, Monday to Saturday

Are you a professional driver looking to make more money and the chance to make a difference?

Be a driving force for good, and become a Patient transport driver

OnCue is seeking Patient Transport Drivers on a self-employed basis to join their growing team.

A Private Ambulance Company providing non-emergency patient transport services to CCG’s, NHS Trusts, and Ambulance providers.

Your job will be to transport patients in a safe and care-driven manner, to and from their hospital appointments.

Many of the patients you transport will be vulnerable or unwell, so it is important you have the desire to care for them and understand your work goes beyond driving patients from A to B.

We will provide you with training that covers all aspects of how to support patients in your care; First Aid, Health & Safety, Infection Control, Safe Systems of Work, Moving Patients and much more.

Joining OnCue is the right MOVE for you for your career:

Making a difference: Driving is only one part of the job. At the core of everything, we are a care business dedicated to looking after our patients every step of the way.

Own vehicle: You will be supplied with your own MediCab to be used both inside and outside your working hours with subsidized fuel.

Variety and autonomy: No two patients are the same and that’s what drives us forwards. Supporting our patients and making a difference to their lives provides a sense of fulfilment that few other jobs can deliver.

Earn more: With our unique points-based earning system, you have the potential to earn between £650 + pw. Patient transport is constantly in demand, meaning there is always plenty of available work.

Required Attributes and Skills:

  • Clean, Full, UK Driving Licence
  • A desire to care whilst earning
  • Good all-round communication skills
  • Ability to use App based operating systems
  • Good team player
  • Flexible approach to work and working hours
  • Ability to work on your own initiative
  • Good command of the English Language – other Languages are beneficial but not required
  • Reasonable physical well-being

This role comes under the remit of the Fleet Department; therefore, you will liaise with the Fleet Manager and their appointed representatives. You will also be working closely with the Operations Team.

Vehicle Insurance will require specific requirements.

Please note that the role of a Patient transport driver is designated as a safeguarding role and will require us to undertake an enhanced DBS check on your behalf before you will be able to start.