Coronavirus: Auxiliary engineers wanted for Covid-19 response 02 April 2020

London, Manchester and Birmingham field hospitals are looking for volunteer professional technicians and engineers for assistance.

The Royal Academy of Engineering is asking for auxiliary volunteers to support the COVID-19 emergency response. It writes: “There are a number of new medical facilities being built at ExCel London - as well as two other Field Hospitals in Manchester and Birmingham - to treat patients with COVID-19. The NHS England staff along with the Army are managing these facilities and are well on the way to setting up the ITU beds and clinical services which will be needed to care for potentially over 4,000 patients. However, as doctors, nurses and healthcare scientists are drawn from the hospitals and Trusts across the surrounding regions, additional support staff will be needed to ensure that services continue to run smoothly.

“We have been approached by NHS England to find volunteers to help with a range of engineering requirements that will enable them to continue to deliver frontline services.”

The job description is available here:

The application form is available here:

Will Dalrymple

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