The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust has an international reputation for high quality patient care, education and research and its partnership with the Institute of Cancer Research has created the largest comprehensive cancer centre in Europe.
We are seeking to recruit a full-time Medical Secretary post at the hospital’s Sutton site. The successful applicant will play an integral role in supporting our medical oncologists. We are seeking enthusiastic and experienced individuals who enjoy patient contact and working in a friendly, multi-disciplinary environment. Post holders will be expected to deliver a high quality service within a performance managed environment. You will work collaboratively to provide a full administrative service at a leading Cancer Centre which prides itself on clinical excellence.
Previous experience in a secretarial or administrative role in a medical or clinical setting is required. Audio typing is required and there will be a brief typing test during the interview process.
Please give brief answers to the following questions in the ‘Additional Information’ section of your application (not more than 100 words each maximum):
1. Summarise what you think the main responsibilities of a medical secretary are.
2. Who do you think would be the key people that any medical secretary needs to liaise with on a daily basis?
Please note that this position will not attract a work permit or visa and so only applications from individuals already free to work in the UK without restrictions will be considered.
Due to the high volumes of applications we receive, we reserve the right to close any adverts before the published closing date once we have received a sufficient number of applications. We advise you to submit your application as early as possible to prevent disappointment.
This advert closes on Thursday 22 Apr 2021
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