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Band 3 Primary Care Administrator - Bristol

Band 3

Main area
Administration
Grade
Band 3
Contract
Substantive
Hours
Part time 18.75 hours per week
Job ref
342-SEC077-0220
Site
Blackberry Hill Hospital
Town
Bristol
Salary
From £18,813 per annum, pro rata
Closing
Today at 23:59

Are you an experienced, highly motivated administrator looking for a new challenge? Are you approachable, friendly and compassionate with enthusiasm for developing new skills? If this describes you then this could be the opportunity for you to join a progressive and forward thinking mental health service with Service user involvement at the heart of our work.

This varied and interesting role provides administrative support to the Primary Care function within Secure Services. You will be responsible for the organisation and co-ordination of GP, nurse, dentist and podiatry clinics, all held within the Primary Care area in Fromeside. You will act as liaison between the clinic services and all wards in Secure Services.

You should have previous administrative experience and possess a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office packages. Experience of working on RiO or other IT systems would be desirable but a desire to learn new skills is essential.

You will work within a small supportive team within Secure Services, based on the Blackberry Hill site in Stapleton.

 

Please note the job description for this role is a generic and subject to review.

 

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Further details / informal visits contact

Please contact

Rachel Deane on 0117 3784178 rachel.deane@nhs.net

or

Susan Woodland on 0117 3784110 s.woodland@nhs.net