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The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust has a workforce of almost 10,000 staff with an annual turnover of £850m, which makes the trust one of the largest trusts in the country.
We are looking for a dynamic individual join the community paediatric team in Enfield based at St Michael's Primary Centre, to be the first point of contact for referrers in to the child development team. This involves frequent contact with referrers, other professionals and families as well as a full range of administrative and secretarial duties.
The successful applicant will have:
Excellent written and communication skills, a good telephone manner, be highly organised skills, able to work both in a team environment and autonomously, and excellent IT skills.
If we receive a large amount of applications, this vacancy may close prior to the advertised date, so early application is recommended
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