Band 4 Clinical Services Lead Administrator-Petherton Resource Centre

Job description

We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic person to support the team manager in the running of an innovative specialist team. You should have excellent interpersonal skills, a good telephone manner, experience of delivering supervision, WP/IT skills and the ability to work both independently and as part of a supportive team.

In addition, you should have relevant office experience, a sound knowledge of Microsoft Word processing, good knowledge of databases and a working knowledge of RiO. Experience of working in a similar role and an awareness of autism spectrum conditions is desirable.

Our staff choose to work here because we are a supportive, flexible and approachable team who are passionate about what we do.

AWP offers flexible working in many of our posts, with options often available for flexible and part time hours, and a blended approach to home and clinic-based working. We like to grow the skill base of our staff, and encourage people to explore, train and grow through in-house and external learning. If you have a strong interest, professional or personal experience in this post, please do contact us to discuss or apply.

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The post holder will support the team manager both in the running of an exciting specialist team and the development of this team across commissioned geographical areas.

They will manage existing team administrators, alongside the other Band 4 administrator, to provide a comprehensive administrative service to the teams.

The post-holder will contribute to the collation of audit information and will have a proven track record of being able to produce high quality work within tight timescales.

AWP Recovery Statement

AWP places recovery and reablement at the heart of our service. Therefore we all demonstrate the recovery principles of:

  • Hope
  • Partnership
  • Maximising opportunities every day, in all that we do

To provide comprehensive administration and secretarial support to multidisciplinary teams, wards or departments including named medical staff, junior medical staff and the system-wide multi-disciplinary team.
There will be an expectation for the post holder to be highly motivated, flexible and multi-skilled with excellent organisational skills. They will possess excellent working knowledge of all Microsoft Office systems including Word and Excel.

The post holder will be able to work to high standards and will be required to take personal details from people and upload onto the electronic patient record system (Rio). The post holder will need to meet deadlines, collate data and maintain standards relating to administrative processes. They will need to be able to work within a team effectively and share work streams where appropriate.

The post holder will be expected to line manage others and will provide support and guidance for matters that are escalated to them by Clinical Services Administrators. The post holder will be expected to work without direct supervision and manage their own workload.

The post holder will be key in maintaining diaries and arranging meetings, taking formal minutes and keeping appropriate records on the most up to date templates. Their work is managed rather than supervised and they are accountable for their own actions – manager is available for reference but generally, they will manager their own workload.Report job

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