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Vacancies at the Surgery

Receptionist Vacancies

Norden House Surgery is seeking to recruit a Receptionist for a busy doctor’s surgery to work 5 hours per day Monday to Friday, mornings one week from 8.00 am, afternoons the next until 7.00 pm. Must be able to cover colleagues’ absences in rotation with other staff.

Salary ranging from £7.72 to £8.02 per hour, subject to experience.

Ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, versatile, have experience of working in a busy environment and be computer literate. NHS experience desirable but not essential as full training will be given.

 

For further information and/or application form please contact Noel Ratcliffe on 01296 713434 or noel.ratcliffe@nhs.net.

 

Closing date for completed applications 12th May 2017.

Administration Vacancies

North Bucks Older Persons Team is Seeking to Recruit an Administrator and Care Co-ordinator.

 

This innovative new project is providing a domiciliary visiting service to those aged 75 and over within the north of the Aylesbury Vale District.  The service aims to support older people to remain in their own homes for as long as possible.

As a part of this project the service is looking to recruit an Administrator and Care co-ordinator to develop and manage the administrative base to support the team while in the community visiting patients.

 

The successful candidate will be a good communicator, well organised and able to work unsupervised. They should be familiar with IT systems and have demonstrable general admin skills.

 

The post is for 25 hours per week and the hourly rate of pay will be £8.50 an hour. If you require more information or would like an application pack please contact Noel Ratcliffe on 01296 713434 option 5 or e-mail noel.ratcliffe@nhs.net.

The deadline for completed applications is Friday 12th May 2017..

 

 

 



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