Job role: Clinical Team Secretary.
Job sector: Healthcare.
Job Type: Full-time.
Country: United Kingdom.
Salary: £22,816 – £24,336 per year.
Shift & Schedule: Monday to Friday.
About the Job.
Based at Marlow House, City North Local Mental Health team we require a Clinical Team Secretary to join a friendly, dynamic, and professional multi-disciplinary team working within Adult Mental Health covering Nottingham City.
This role requires an experienced secretary to provide an efficient and comprehensive secretarial service to support the multi-disciplinary team. The role would suit someone highly motivated, able to work on their initiative, and has a flexible and adaptable approach with excellent multi-tasking abilities.
Nottinghamshire Healthcare employs over 10,000 colleagues who help #MakeADifference every day. We provide intellectual disability, mental health, community health, forensic, and offender healthcare services across Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire. Care is delivered from over 120 sites within the community from acute settings and across low, medium, and high secure environments including prisons.
As one of the largest mental health and community trusts in the East Midlands and one of the biggest employers in Nottinghamshire. We are also home to national and regional services such as the National High Secure Deaf Service and the Nottingham Centre for Transgender Health.
We are committed to flexible and agile working, including the opportunity to join our bank.
Your health and well-being are our priority and as such we invest significantly in this via our in-house Occupational Health Service, Staff Counselling Service, and Health and Wellbeing Team.
We offer several employee-led staff networks, including Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) groups, our Green Champions Network, and the Freedom to Speak Up Network. Health and Wellbeing Champions Network and Menopause Champions. We provide care to a diverse range of communities and are passionate about supporting diversity and inclusion in the Trust.
- Clear and effective communication skills.
- Flexible approach to working practices.
- Ability to prioritize workload.
- Time management skills.
- Ability to work without direction supervision.
- Ability to communicate with clients, carers, staff, and visitors appropriately.
- Flexibility to cover admin colleagues.
- Excellent telephone manners.
- Ability to follow instructions and guidelines.
- Knowledge of Confidentiality and the Data Protection Act.
- Ability to demonstrate an understanding of Equality and Diversity principles.
- Experience in working with databases, Microsoft Office, audio typing, and minute taking.