Assistant Medical Secretary - Community Paediatrics
Wye Valley NHS Trust
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Do you enjoy a challenge and like working in a busy environment?
We are looking for a part time Assistant Medical Secretary to join our friendly and supportive team at the Children's Development Centre, Ross Road. Working hours are 09:00 am to 5:00 pm 3 days per week (22.5 hours).
If you think this is a vacancy you would be interested in, we would love to hear from you!
Main duties of the job
The successful candidate will be expected to provide a high standard of secretarial support to the specialty team in Community Paediatrics by typing letters and reports, dealing with telephone queries and ensuring appropriate diagnostic investigations are arranged.
This is a very busy department and the post holder must have the ability to work under pressure.
There will be a requirement for the post holder to provide support to the Medical Secretary and Reception team therefore a flexible approach is essential.
Experience of Microsoft office packages is desirable, plus experience in all aspects of office work. The post holder will be expected to have good communication skills and be able to liaise effectively and efficiently with colleagues, professionals and patients.
Wye Valley NHS Trust is a member of an NHS Foundation Group with South Warwickshire NHS FT , the George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust and Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust.
Located on the border with Wales in the shadow of the Black Mountains, we provide acute and community services across Herefordshire and into parts of Powys and run Hereford County Hospital and the community hospitals in Bromyard, Leominster and Ross-on-Wye.
Worcestershire is our neighbouring county. The post holder will be required to travel between sites.
We are a progressive and forward looking trust with ambitious plans to improve quality and integrate patient pathways through close collaborative working with our partners to deliver the quality of care we'd want for our family and friends.
More than 3,500 people work for the Trust - they tell us it's a great place to work, blending the busyness of a DGH with the benefits of working in a beautiful rural and unspoilt county like Herefordshire.
We can offer a great work-life balance and have a fine tradition of working with staff to help them achieve their full potential.
Russell Hardy, Trust Chairman: "The strength of the Trust is its amazing staff; a great place to work, a great place to develop your career and a great place to reach your potential."
Our values -Care, Accountability, Respect and Excellence - are at the heart of all we do. We believe in providing the right care in the right place at the right time...all the time.
To view role requirements and role responsibilities in full, please view supporting documents linked to this vacancy.