Healthcare Cleaning Operative

A Healthcare Cleaning Operative uses their communication skills to make a positive contribution to the service users’ experience.

The purpose of the occupation is to provide a hygienically clean healthcare environment in which service users (e.g. patients, nursery pupils, and care home residents), staff and other users can thrive, work and develop. This occupation supports front line colleagues in the provision of a hygienically clean healthcare environment at a standard that supports and promotes the recovery of patients and prevents the spread of infection and cross-contamination. Healthcare cleaning operatives additionally use their communication skills to make a positive contribution to the service users’ experience.

In their daily work, an employee in this occupation interacts with service users, managers of multi-disciplinary teams, visitors, colleagues, and infection/prevention and control functions, clinical teams and auditors. Healthcare workplaces operate on a 24/7 basis. Shift work is commonplace with opportunities for both full and part time working.

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“I have really enjoyed the past year completing my apprenticeship and learning about the hotel industry. I have learnt a lot in the past year – not just knowledge for my role but a lot about my own personality and my confidence has really built up. I look forward to working with my training advisor Tanya again on my next qualification and I am looking forward to progressing within my role at the Nadler.”

Tyne Connolly
Nadler Hotel, Soho

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