Workforce Systems Facilitator | North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust
|Posting date:||26 March 2020|
|Additional salary information:||£34,961 to £42,010 per annum inclusive|
|Closing date:||25 April 2020|
|Location:||Edmonton, N18 1QX|
|Company:||North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust|
We are looking to recruit a motivated, conscientious and flexible individual with a willingness to take responsibility to support the usage and implementation of Allocate E-Rostering systems across the Trust enabling managers to deliver quality rosters that are safe, cost-effective, efficient and fair.
The Workforce Systems Facilitator is responsible for supporting the Trust wide Workforce Systems including system maintenance, training and support to staff at all levels of and multi-professional groups across the Trust, engaging with services to ensure that they have sufficient knowledge and skills to use and interpret the rostering systems and adopt new ways of working.
You will be :
• Delivering and implementing designated work streams within the wider Workforce Information Systems,
• Providing a 2ndline helpdesk service – investigating, problem solving and dealing with system maintenance,
• Working closely with the E-Rostering Team Manager in order to ensure that a high-quality rostering service is available throughout the Trust, supporting operational services in achieving both local and national key performance indicators through effective and efficient rostering,
• Supporting the processing of the Trust payroll extraction , including all data checks , liaison with managers and senior managers for finalisation of rosters , and the ESR processing team
This advert closes on Wednesday 8 Apr 2020
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