How you can become a Covid-19 vaccinator in London and how much it pays – My London



At the same time coronavirus cases across London continue to reach overwhelming numbers, the vaccine roll out is also picking up speed.

So far over two million people in the UK have received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, but many more injections are needed to reach the government’s target of 15 million people vaccinated by mid-February.

To meet this target the government has opened vaccination centres across the UK, with football stadiums such as Crystal Palace’s Selhurt Park even being used as a venue.

With the new centres, however, much more staff are needed and NHS are recruiting for vaccinators to be a “part of history”.

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Barts Health Trust, based in North East London, is looking for vaccinators working in both clinical and administrative roles. Posted on January 11, the temporary role offers flexible shift patterns and an hourly rate ranging from £14.29 to £14.83 an hour with vaccination training supplied.

In Ealing, where the town hall and Dominion Centre have become vaccination centres, NHS are also looking for part time and full time staff to join the vaccination team working a minimum of 20 hours a week at an hourly wage of £10.09 – £11.19 per hour.

Again, training, supervision and PPE will be provided and yes, you will be a part of history.

A team of 200 people are also being recruited to help with vaccination efforts in Westminster, with roles including vaccinators and front of house staff.

Vaccinators will be paid £14.83 an hour, front of house £12.18 an hour and administrators £13.10 an hour.

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They will be deployed across the two temporary vaccination centres in the borough – Lord’s Cricket Ground and the South Westminster Centre for Health in Pimlico.

For people with healthcare experience or a Care Certificate, the ExCel London Vaccination Centre – better known as the Nightingale Hospital – is also looking for part and full time workers to help administer the vaccine.

The role requires a minimum commitment of eight to 12 hours a week paying a NHS Band 4 salary which is up to £12.35 an hour.

University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust based in the West End is also looking for part and full time workers to vaccinate people in North Central London – Barnet, Enfield, Haringey, Islington or Camden.

Again no health experience is required for this role and pay is between the NHS Band 3 to 4 salary which is roughly £10.64 an hour to £12.35.

If you’ve recently started a job as a vaccinator, get in touch and let us know your story by emailing thomas.kingsley@reachplc.com .