Administrator, Admin Assistant, Administrative Assistant
Your new company
You will be working for a NHS Trust based in Preston, they care for over 370,000 patients across the area. With this trust being in the heart of Lancashire and Cumbria, no matter what your job role, you will be involved in the care of 1.5 million people. They employ over 9000 people in their trust, allowing you to have plenty of different avenues to take your career.
Your new role
As a Administrative Assistant, you will provide key support to a particular medical field in the trust. You will be using a patient record system for most of your role, ensure you are covering and carrying out reception roles, booking and arranging appointments and many more administrative roles. You will be required to keep records of patient's personal details so confidentiality and integrity in this job are key. In the role of Administrative Assistant, you will learn various new processes and interact with different job roles which will be a key part of your learning and development through your NHS career.
What you'll need to succeed
In order to thrive in the role of Administrative Assistant you will need to have exceptional organisational skills in hand with communication and interpersonal skills, preferably gained in a similar role. You will also be able to display great attention to detail to enable you to handle patient records with in the most confidential matter. As an Administrative Assistant you will be an enthusiastic and motivated individual with a passion for progression and career development.
What you'll get in return
You will receive a full induction, introducing you to the role of Administrative Assistant and the NHS processes, ensuring you are ready for your new career. You will also receive in-house training and have various development and career progression opportunities. The Trust will provide all the advice and support needed for you to thrive in your role and enable you to carry out multiple tasks at once to allow you to work in different clinics and trusts in various areas. You will also be paid weekly, with regular calls with your consultant to discuss how you are finding the role. You will receive pension contributions, 33 days holiday and a competitive hourly rate in hand with valuable experience to enable you to progress in your career.
What you need to do now
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