|Title||Unit Administrator – Homerton University Hospital NHS Trust|
|Salary||£25,411 – £33,150 pa|
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The Homerton is an innovative Foundation Trust providing a wide range of community and hospital services to the local community of Hackney and specialist services on a national level. Located in the multicultural east end of London we are situated close to the heart of the capital.
The Homerton is the closest hospital to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games Park and is the designated hospital for the Park. The Hospital has easy access to the M11and Stratford International railway station, with major improvements to transport planned in the lead up to the Games.
This post is based at Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
This is an opportunity for an experienced and enthusiastic administrator to take on the job of providing administrative support within the RNRU at Homerton Hospital. The Homerton RNRU is a well-established unit providing inpatient rehabilitation for younger patients with neurological difficulty after a brain injury or stroke which results in complex physical and cognitive difficulties.
As the Unit Administrator you will be responsible for the management and development of the daily operations within the unit. Your role will be vital to ensure that unit’s the multidisciplinary programme functions optimally which requires close working with patients, families, consultants and clinical staff. You will be responsible for wait list management and liaising with various external stakeholders to ensure that activity levels are reported accurately and within timescales. It will be expected that you provide direct line management to clerical staff working within the unit.
You would need to have excellent skills in word-processing and IT, an ability to manage patient information including on a database, reception duties, as well as filing and other tasks as needed. You will be able to copy and audio- type to at least 55 words per minute. We need someone who is efficient and well-organised, a good team player with a flexible and proactive approach to their work. As first point of contact and member of a multidisciplinary service you will need to have excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
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