Team Administrator

University Hospital Southampton

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Job overview

We have a vacancy for an Speciality admin team support administrator in our Gyneacology department in the Princess Anne Hospital. Our admin team role is an  area of high activity, we are looking for  a candidate with excellent customer service and organisational skills with the ability to prioritise their workload.

The admin team are a valuable asset ensuring the patient receives excellent customer service throughout the patient journey. We are a friendly and supportive team  supporting and covering duties as required. We are dedicated to the service and patients we come into contact with daily ensuring they have the best possible experience throughout their patient journey.

We are looking for 37.5 hours per week. The shift patterns are Monday – Friday week 18am -4pm. Week 2 9am – 5pm.

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WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU

As one of the largest acute teaching Trusts in England, we offer learning and development opportunities to help you achieve the career you aspire to. UHS is rated ‘Good’ by the CQC and in the latest national NHS Staff Survey, we were in the top 10 acute trusts for staff engagement and for staff recommending the hospital as a place to work or receive care. 

We support flexible working and will consider requests taking into account the needs of the service. UHS employees are able to access a range of NHS discounts, are entitled to a minimum of 35 days paid holiday (pro rata), and we offer a generous pension scheme.

Southampton is an attractive place to live and work situated on the south coast, with an international airport and direct trains to London. The New Forest National Park and beaches of the Jurassic coast are also right on our doorstep. The city offers living costs 20% lower than London and 14 schools rated outstanding by Ofsted.

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