Are you looking to take your first steps in your career or looking for a new career direction? Do you want to have the chance to be paid while you gain an NVQ qualification? Well, we have a very exciting opportunity to work with our Estates and Facilities’ Business Development Unit where you’ll be key to delivering various projects while developing key skills in business administration. You’ll receive great support throughout your apprenticeship, work closely with a mentor and be given ample opportunity to learn about a wide range of support services we offer across Mid and South Essex to ensure our staff, patients and visitors give and receive high quality care in a safe and comfortable environment.
Are you wanting to join a team that works well together, makes a difference and willing to help each other then we have 2 positions you may be interested in. We are after candidates that work hard and are organised in completing varied admin tasks with the Occupational Health and Wellbeing Service. Shortlisting date is planned for 11 November 2022 Interview date is planned for 18 November 2022 The postholder will be responsible for providing an efficient and effective clerical service and customer focused reception and undertaking a range of administrative/clerical tasks to the Occupational Health & Wellbeing (OHWB) multi disciplinary team and promoting good relationships with internal and external staff, clients and visitors.
A exciting opportunity has arisen within Bed Management. This role requires an experienced administrator with the skills and qualifications to meet the needs of the role. Liaising with and working with relevant clinicians, practitioners and health and social care provider services to coordinate appropriate care packages and ongoing care needs. Have a good understanding of the variety of services that are available to assist referrers in meeting an individual’s need.
Norwich Place are looking for an enthusiastic individual to undertake the role of safe and efficient allocation of patient visits. The role will involve allocating patient appointments for the Community Nursing and Phlebotomy clinicians following the set process, from the monthly planner, to the holding ledgers and finally into the live ledgers, whilst utilising relevant data to include geography, skill mix and staffing levels. Scrutiny of appointment detail against care plans that require performing will be undertaken to ensure a correct match and therefore preventing unnecessary visits.
Davies Group are recruiting for a HR Administrator to provide support as required to the HR Team to ensure Davies fulfils in line with legislation. Keeping all systems and processes up to date at all times.
It’s a busy and varied role, with a broad range of responsibilities, but the fundamentals include:
Provide Administration Support to the HR Team across the full employee lifecycleFirst line support for all HR operations queries; answering phone calls and maintaining the SLA’s on the HR (people support) email inboxSupport the T&A team with the onboarding process through the Veriphy portalComplete DBS checks for all colleagues where applicable for their roleResponsible for the accurate filing and maintenance of employee data in adherence to data protection requirementsUpdate the HR Systems with any changes and ensure documentation is prepared and filed appropriately.
Davies Resourcing are working with a nationally based professional Financial Services organisation, currently sitting just outside the top UK top 10 professional services businesses, with ambitions to grow and achieve a spot in the top 10 within the next year. Our client is based in the City of London and has offices throughout the UK employing 650 staff across a wide range business streams. Our client prides itself on delivering accredited certification to enable employees to be the best they can be and progress their career through continued professional development.
We are looking for three enthusiastic, hard-working Administrators to work within the Children’s Community Nursing Team based at Sunshine House. We are offering two full-time and one part-time (13 hrs/ week) positions. Please state your preference in your application. This is an exciting and challenging role in which you would have the opportunity to make a direct positive impact on the patient experience of the children, young people and their families.
An opportunity has arisen for a Band 4 Administrator to provide support to the ADHD Services. The post is based in Merton and Sutton Services with a requirement to work alongside Richmond Adult ADHD team also. The post plays a pivotal role in creating, sustaining and supporting the administrative and communication support systems within the services. The purpose of the job is to provide an effective and comprehensive range of administrative services to support the team.
Are you an experienced Executive Assistant with strong administration and organisational skills looking to support our Executive Leadership Team? Do you have excellent attention to detail and the ability to prioritise conflicting demands? Do you have a track record of dealing with highly confidential information and the ability to be discreet? Do you have a positive attitude, the ability to work under pressure, manage conflicting deadlines and work as part of a close team?
The successful applicant will provide a comprehensive quality reception service and act as first point of contact to clients of the Integrated Drug Service. Candidates should be educated to standard grade or equivalent level (including English) and hold a relevant typing qualification eg RSA1/Typewriting 4 or equivalent.
Previous reception experience together with well developed interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal are essential. The post would suit an enthusiastic, motivated individual who enjoys the challenge of a busy department.