Administrator (Pharmacies and Harm Reduction Services)
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The post-holder is responsible for the administration of Hampshire wide pharmacy contract
The post-holder is responsible for working collaboratively with other Trust services to provide seamless service to pharmacies
The post-holder will support the harm reduction team and external pharmacies to help deliver responsibilities within contracts.
Main duties of the job
- Transcription and production, from digital dictation/audio-tape, of medical typewritten reports/ correspondence, using word processing packages in line with agreed timescales. To liaise with and deal with enquiries from the medical and multi-disciplinary team, outside agencies ie, commissioners, probation officers, solicitors, prisons, GPs, social services and other health care workers associated with patient care; using initiative when responding. Some telephone calls may necessitate written follow up or information.
- To respond to telephone enquiries, which may include calls from which may be distressing, using initiative in responding.
- To produce reports, presentations and spreadsheets from a variety of sources to a high quality in line with the Inclusion brand using a range of software packages.
- To support administrative requests received via the Inclusion mailboxes providing help and support to ensure targets and deadlines are met.
- To co-ordinate diaries and organise internal, external meetings and training..
- To prepare meeting packs in line with Inclusion procedures for meetings to take and transcribe accurate minutes, ensuring action logs and minutes are circulated to participants in a timely manner.
- To collate contract monitoring reports for regular submission to Commissioners.
- To attend meetings with pharmacies and feed back to colleagues as appropriate.
Midlands Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust Inclusion service offers psychological and drug & alcohol services, in the community, and in prisons, and has contracts across the country.
As an organisation we serve a population of 1.5 million and currently employ around 9000 members of staff.
We have a wide range of exciting opportunities for people looking to work in a truly integrated NHS organisation. By joining MPFT you will become part of a team who are empowered and supported to deliver care in a way which is consistent with our values:
- Putting people at the heart of what we do
- Empowering people to improve care and wellbeing
- Delivering better health, better care in partnership
- To arrange travel and hotel accommodation, where appropriate, for Inclusion staff.
- To demonstrate own duties to new members of staff when required.
- To maintain an effective filing system in line with the Trust retention schedule, setting up new service related files and using initiative to respond/forward enquiries to staff when required
- Carry out other reasonable duties connected with the post that may be required from time to time.
- To support the implementation of services.
- To take responsibility for maintaining stationery and harm reduction equipment stock levels and re-ordering of stock when required.
- To ensure the Multi-Functional Devices are operational, arranging regular maintenance and ensuring sufficient stock of consumables.
- Ensure that redundant equipment is disposed of in line with Trust procedure as and when required.
- To provide cover for other members of the Inclusion Administration Team in their absence
- To provide support to other members of the Inclusion Administration Team and other support staff within Inclusion during busy periods, in order to meet departmental/Trust targets.
- Contribute to discussions as part of the administrative team at various weekly Inclusion meetings.
- Undertake other duties as may be required from time to time in accordance with the nature and grading of the post.
- To support the maintenance of various Inclusion databases and contact listings
- To demonstrate, at all times, the positive application of our behaviours.
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