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This innovative Bank brings together NHS system partners including the CCG, Integrated Care Partnerships, local councils, 18 Primary Care Networks (PCNs), and 79 GP practices to deliver the vital vaccination programme across the area.

By joining the Bank, you are supporting the roll out of the vaccine in your community.

Local PCNs started administering the vaccine in December 2020. To expand the Covid-19 Vaccination Team and reduce pressure on General Practice staff, we’re launching an appeal to trained healthcare professionals, volunteers and retired clinicians interested in supporting the mass vaccination programme.

Register your interest in joining the Cheshire Vaccination Bank.

How it works

Joining the Cheshire Vaccination Bank is a simple and secure process:

If you’re applying as a paid worker:

  • Register your interest by completing a few details on the form.
  • Once accepted, download the TempRE App and set your profile.
  • Enter your availability and apply for shifts.
  • Confirm and view your shifts in the App.
  • Work your shift.
  • Submit your electronic timesheet via TempRE.
  • Once your timesheet is authorised, you will receive your weekly payment.

If you’re applying as a volunteer:

  • Register your interest by completing a few details on the form
  • Once accepted, download the TempRE App and set your profile.
  • Primary Care Network (PCN) books your shifts on TempRE
  • Confirm and view your shifts in the App.
  • Work your shift.
  • Submit your electronic timesheet via TempRE.

Register your interest today

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What roles are available?

Below you will find a list of roles that we’re recruiting for to support the vaccination programme.

All roles can be undertaken as a paid worker, and the hourly pay rates are noted against each role depending on your qualifications and experience.

Some roles can be undertaken as a volunteer and these do not attract any payment.

Clinical Roles - Paid & Voluntary

You will have clinical oversight of the vaccination programme during the shift, and will direct and manage any medical emergencies.


You will be diluting and drawing up vaccines ready for the Vaccination Team to administer.

Health Care Assistant (HCA)


You will obtain informed consent from patients and administer the vaccines.

You will also manage any medical emergencies (registered health care professionals only).

Health Care Assistant (HCA)



Non-Clinical Roles - Paid & Voluntary

You will be responsible for managing workers during the shift, including authorising timesheets and co-ordinating breaks, as well as supporting clinical staff with any medical emergencies.

Senior Manager

You will be entering vaccination records onto a database and assisting with record keeping.

Health Care Assistant (HCA)


You will be replenishing vaccine stocks and removing waste. You will support infection control and carry out additional cleaning duties as required by the clinical staff/Shift Manager.

Health Care Assistant (HCA)


You will be checking for existing Covid-19 symptoms, and booking people in.  You may also be required to support those requiring additional assistance.


Where can I work?

You can work or volunteer at any of the following clinical sites across Cheshire. Click on each Primary Care Network below to find out more details about each site.

Wilmslow Health Centre, Chapel Lane, Wilmslow SK9 5HX

St Columba: Plas Newton Lane, Chester CH2 1PL

St Columba: Plas Newton Lane, Chester CH2 1PL

City Walls Medical Centre, St Martins Way, Chester CH1 2NR

Congleton Town Hall, 7 High St, Congleton CW12 1BN

Dental Suite in Eagle Bridge Health & Wellbeing Centre, Dunwoody Way, Crewe CW1 3AW

Frodsham Leisure Centre, Princeway, Frodsham WA6 6RX

Apollo Buckingham Health Sciences Campus Ltd – Library Building Crewe Campus, College House, Campus, Crewe Green Rd, Crewe CW1 5DU

Toft Road, Knutsford WA16 9DX

Waters Green Medical Centre, Sunderland Street, Macclesfield SK11 6JL

Civic Centre, Off Park Lane, Poynton, Stockport SK12 1GP

Nantwich Civic Hall, 4 Market Street, Nantwich CW5 5NF

Neston Medical Centre, Liverpool Road, Neston CH64 3RA

Kingsmead Medical Centre, 2 Kingsmead Square, Regency Way, Northwich CW9 8UW

Ellesmere Port Civic Hall, Civic Way, Ellesmere Port CH65 0AZ

Cheshire View, Plough Lane, Christleton, Chester CH3 7PT

  • Site 1 – Victoria Hall, Civic Way, Middlewich CW10 9AS
  • Site 2 – 13 Club, Cedars Avenue, Stoke on Trent ST7 2HP

Dene Drive Pimary Care Centre, Deen Drive, Winsford CW7 1AT

Powered by mii Collaborative Bank

Liaison Workforce is the strategic partner providing the technology and managed service for the Cheshire Vaccination Bank. mii Collaborative Bank, powered by TempRE,  is the technology platform powering the collaborative bank which manages shifts, timesheets and payroll.

Once you’re registered, you’ll be invited to download the TempRE app or log in via the desktop site to manage your shifts. Guidance on how to use TempRE can be found within the ‘Help’ section within TempRE once you log in.

You can contact the TempRE helpdesk for any queries around payments or the TempRE system on 0800 083 0300.

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The whole process can take around 2-3 weeks to allow time for employment and Occupational Health checks. We expect that during this time all training is completed and sent in to us. You will be contacted by our colleagues in MLCSU in regard to references, ID checks etc. We try not to send too many emails and keep communication down to the minimum. Don’t worry, work will be going on in the background to process you through to the Cheshire Vaccination Bank. If you have not heard anything once Occupational Health checks have been completed, please get in touch with us.

We follow all NHS and Mid Cheshire Hospital NHS Foundation Trust standards when it comes to employment and Occupational Health checks. We appreciate that this can be frustrating at times but we must follow these to make sure both our volunteers patients are safe.

Some PCNs are using the Good Sam app to book volunteers and therefore the shifts are not advertised on TempRE.

There are currently 18 Primary Care Network (PCN) sites throughout Cheshire and 2 Mass Vaccination Sites using the Cheshire Vaccination Bank to source workers. The location details are provided with every vacancy listed on the TempRE site (the system that the Cheshire Vaccination Bank uses).

Yes. If you are offered both shifts, you will need to confirm the one you wish to work and decline the other.

The Cheshire Vaccination Bank does not decide the rates that are offered. The operators of each site decide this.

Each Primary Care Network (PCN) Vaccination site is operated by different groups of General Practices. On TempRE, you will see that a minimum payment has been agreed for the various roles they are seeking support on. Mass Vaccination Sites are operated by NHS Trusts and tend to pay a set rate depending on the role. The operators of all the sites have the autonomy to pay what they decide is an appropriate amount and

If you apply for a shift but do not receive an offer, it simply means that the shift has been filled by an alternative worker and therefore your help was not required in that instance. The bookers tend to work on a first come first served basis so please do not be deterred from applying to more shifts in the future, as there is a very good chance you will be offered a shift at some point particularly if you are able to respond quickly.

It could be that you and your friend have different qualifications and clinical registration requirements or that your friend applied for the role before you did. Most bookers work on a first come first serve basis.

You can add your travel preference into your TempRE (Cheshire Vaccination Bank) profile however, the Booking Teams don’t always have time to check this before inviting you to apply for a job which is why you may receive invitations for vacancies that are outside of your preferred area. You can decide not to apply for these roles of course.

Only registered clinicians on the government list can draw-up and get consent. Vaccinators can apply for administration roles, as long as they have completed the required data security awareness module

Sometimes, shifts have to be cancelled at short notice due to vaccine availability. Unfortunately, this is out of the control of the Cheshire Vaccination Bank. This will hopefully stabilise in the next few weeks.

Each Primary Care Network (PCN) Vaccination site is operated by different groups of General Practices. Mass Vaccination Sites are operated by NHS Trusts.

The system operators are busy, however they endeavour to offer shifts to applied candidates as quickly as possible. As soon as you are offered a shift, please login to TempRE and confirm/decline the offer.

Please contact florbela.woest@nhs.net who will be able to amend this for you. You will need to accept the association with the volunteer/paid bank before you can start applying to shifts.

There is an induction pack attached to each vacancy on TempRE, which you can view by expanding the ‘more information’ section from within the vacancy.

This is important for audit and reporting purposes, so we please ask that you ensure a timesheet is completed for every shift worked.

You will need to complete the Payroll New Starter Document and send to esr.recruitmentforms@mcht.nhs.uk before you can be booked into any shift. You will also need to complete a timesheet on Monday for shifts worked the previous week. You can expect to receive payment the following Monday.

Please be advised that your payslip will be uploaded on to your profile on the date of payment by 5:30pm. Payslips are located on TempRE in under ‘Payslips & Payment’ or by clicking on your name in the top right hand corner of your account > view profile > payment.

Payslips are sorted by payment dates and can be downloaded as PDF copies.

If you need to cancel a shift, please contact the PCN/GP surgery directly.