Clerical Bank Workers and Bank Receptionists needed.
Bands 2, 3 and 4 (dependent on skills and experience).
Do you have excellent administration/clerical/secretarial/reception skills? Would you like flexible working hours to suit around your study/childcare/ other responsibilities? If yes, then why not join the Clerical Bank Pool at NHS Dorset CCG.
As a member of our bank, you will work across our Poole and Dorchester sites, providing comprehensive, effective and efficient support on a range of administration assignments within the CCG. Given the nature of bank work, you will be offered assignments which meet your skills and experience on an ‘as-and-when-required’ basis and you will therefore need to be adaptive and flexible.
The duties and responsibilities will vary across each assignment, however the types of tasks may include:
Producing high quality correspondence – copy/audio typing and report writing
Dealing with general enquiries from staff, visitors, patients and carers
Maintaining written and electronic records, databases and filing systems
Organising and attending meetings, preparing and producing agendas and minutes, managing diaries as appropriate
General office duties such as photocopying, scanning, telephone cover, stationery ordering etc
Although no specific experience is required, it is essential that you have a NVQ Level 3, RSA Stage 3 or an equivalent qualification (or experience level), together with excellent communication skills. You should be self-motivated, highly organised and have a can-do attitude.
To apply to join the bank, please send a CV and covering letter to email@example.com. Shortlisted candidates will be asked to attend an interview and complete appropriate competency assessments, at which time their skills will be assessed and matched to an appropriate band. Successful candidates will be offered a contract on either a band 2, 3 or 4, depending on their skills and experience.
Please note that a bank contract is not substantive employment or guaranteed work. Assignments will be offered on an ‘as-and-when-required’ basis.