Ward Administrator – Tallis Ward, Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation and CareSalary £16,593 - £20,382 per annum, Career Level: Primary Contributors (Band
Job DescriptionWard Administrator – Tallis Ward, Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation and Care
Salary £16,593 - £20,382 per annum, Career Level: Primary Contributors (Band 3)
37.5 hours per week
Based at St Andrew’s Northampton Male Brain Injury Integrated Practice Unit (IPU), this role is an exciting opportunity to provide co-ordinated administrative support for Tallis ward.
You will be ready to play a pivotal role in our team and will have an excellent track record of delivering a quality administrative service while dealing with complex and confidential data. With excellent communication, organisation and team working skills, you will also be able to demonstrate a keen eye for detail, strong MS Office experience (including Excel) and the ability to work to deadlines.
A background and interest in healthcare services would also be of benefit.
Working at St Andrew’s Healthcare, Acquired Brain Injury Integrated practice Unit
We’re the UK’s largest independent provider of services to the NHS, a unique mental health charity aspiring to deliver truly world-class care to individuals who have had a brain Injury. Our focus is transforming lives through ground breaking treatment and rehabilitation, with surpluses re-invested in our outstanding facilities. You’ll find a welcoming, inclusive culture here, inspired by the shared values of our team. Everyone has their part to play in the amazing work we do – you’ll have every opportunity to get what you want from your career.
Rewards and Benefits
We offer an excellent benefits package including:
· Sickness policy on par with the NHS
· 35 days annual leave, increasing to 41 after 10 years' service
· Life cover
· Car lease scheme
· Cycle to work scheme
· Childcare vouchers
· Healthcare cash plan
· Free parking
· Paid DBS application
· Access to free vocational qualifications
Closing date for applications: Monday 16th August 2018.
“Safeguarding of staff and patients is core business for St Andrew’s. All our staff have a responsibility for safeguarding children and vulnerable adults, and for ensuring they are aware of the specific duties relating to their role.”