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Clinical Target Team Administrator

Job Reference: J180-A-18-200942

Central Advertising - General Practitioners
Midlands Medical Partnership

This advertisement has been placed by the organisation named in the 'Department' section above.

Should you require further information regarding this vacancy please contact the organisation direct.

Midlands Medical Partnership (MMP) is a partnership of 20 GPs which provide NHS GP services to over 60,000 patients over 12 surgeries across Birmingham.

We are currently recruiting for a Clinical Target Team Administrator at our site based: Eaton Wood Medical Centre, 1128 Tyburn Road, Erdington,Birmingham, B24 0SY.

37.5 hours per week will also consider part-time / job share (pro-rota salary for part-time/ job share).

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an Administrator to work within the Clinical Target Team (CTT) supporting various income stream contracts including.

Quality Outcomes Framework (QOF) Direct Enchanced Services (DES)

Aspiring to Clinical Excellence (ACE) Local Enchanced Services (LES).

Key Tasks include:

Provide administrative support to the function including the maintenance of robust information systems.

Analyse various information and data to explore trends / comparisons etc.

Assist with the production and presentation of reports summarising performance of contracts for consideration by the senior managers.

Able to work on own initiative, prioritising work, within defined policies and procedures to set timescales.

Have a flexible / adaptable approach in order to meet various deadlines.

Completion of any work streams agreed by the Clinical Target Team (CTT) Team Leader.

Please refer to job description for more details.

Please ensure you complete the application form in full. Partially completed forms will not be accepted.

We reserve the right to withdraw this vacancy at any time if there is a high volume of applications, therefore we would recommend that you submit your application as soon as possible.

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