ED Receptionist | Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
|Posting date:||21 January 2020|
|Additional salary information:||£17,652-£19,020|
|Closing date:||20 February 2020|
|Location:||Chesterfield, S44 5BL|
|Company:||Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHSFT|
We are looking to appoint a Receptionist to work on our busy Emergency Department Reception.
The shift pattern will be:
Alternate Fridays 19:00-07:00
This averages at 19.5hrs per week
But you must be flexible and be able to cover a 24 hour reception which operates 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
You will be educated to GCSE standard (or equivalent) to include English and Maths. You will have computer/keyboard skills and a good telephone manner with excellent communication skills.
Due to the nature of this post the ability to work in a fast paced environment would be required and previous experience of dealing with the general public in a similar environment would be advantageous and your customer service skills should be excellent. You will also be able to work autonomously and be adaptable to meet service needs which may require covering different reception areas.
Previous experience of working within the Health Care sector and knowledge of operating the Patient Administration System would be an advantage but is not essential as full training will be provided.
This role is part of the integrated health and social care community across Derbyshire, where there are many opportunities to work across different locations and providers developing new and different skills. Whilst this role is initially based in Chesterfield there may be future opportunities to be based at different locations within the health and social care community which we may talk to you about in the future.
This advert closes on Monday 27 Jan 2020
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