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IT Admin Assistant

Hours37.5hrs per week (full-time, Monday to Friday, shifts between the hours of 08:00-17:30 plus occasional Saturday morning working in reception)
Salary£16,575 - £18,525 per annum
Contract  Permanent (subject to probationary period)
Start Immediate


We are looking for a someone to join our IT team, providing admin support to the IT Manager, medical centre staff and service users. This is a very busy and demanding role and would suit someone who has the ability to learn quickly. Duties include processing/summarising medical records, data input, basic IT troubleshooting, patient liaison, mail merges, updating clinical records. Attention to detail and accurate keyboard skills are essential.

Benefits include: free parking, NHS pension, study leave/training budget, comprehensive induction, 4 weeks annual leave (rising to 5 weeks annual leave after 2 years service) + all bank holidays

Job Description: IT Admin Assistant Job Description

If you would like to find out further information about this post, please call 01603 251600 and ask to speak to someone in the Management Team.

Alternatively, if you wish to apply, please email your CV and covering letter to karen.holland@nhs.net or apply via https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/ advert reference J180-A-19-335783

**When applying for this post, please tell us what appeals to you about this vacancy and your reasons for applying**

Closing date: Fri 20-Dec-2019



 
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