Patent and staff experience is important to us and these are the behaviours we live by:
- Putting patients first
- Aiming to get it right
- Recognising that everybody counts
- Doing everything openly and honestly
An opportunity has arisen for a Band 3 Medical Administrator to join the Dental/Oral Surgery Department within the Surgical Division.
The post will be on 22.5hrs permanent contract.
This is a highly diverse, demanding but rewarding role, working as part of a friendly, dynamic team. It is essential that the successful applicant has proven medical secretarial experience, the ability to type to a high standard and desire to develop and learn new skills and competencies.
The successful candidate will have the confidence and enthusiasm to take on the challenges of this role and experience to manage a high workload. Applicants must be organised, have the ability to work under their own initiative and able to prioritise a competing workload.
Applicants must have a flexible approach to working practices; have excellent touch typing/word processing and IT skills and the demonstrable ability to work effectively as part of a team. Knowledge of medical terminology is an essential requirement, as is secretarial experience in a clinical environment, as defined in the person specification, along with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
The post-holder will be required to provide a highly efficient medical administrative service to the Medical Administration Department and will be required to possess knowledge and understanding of the Trust Access and Cancer Policies. The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the team in managing clinical pathways, booking and scheduling patient appointments and delivering the RTT targets for the department; in accordance with National and Trust guidelines.
Flexible working may be required in order to meet the needs of the service.
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Further details / informal visits contact
Rowena Starkey, Medical Secretary Manager
(01493) 452679) email Rowena.Starkey@jpaget.nhs.uk