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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 05/11/2020.

Apprentice Administrator

Job Reference: 388-A-20-53847-ROSE

Employer:
Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Stroke and Neuro
Location:
Newton Abbot
Salary:
£13,503 per annum (75% of a Band 2)


Apprentice Administrator

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a motivated, enthusiastic individual to work within the admin team as an admin and clerical apprentice for the stroke and neurological rehabilitation service.

The Stroke Unit at Newton Abbot Hospital provides rehabilitation prior to discharge to the community. The community team provides ongoing care in peoples own homes and in the outpatient department. The service is part of the continuum of care in South Devon and has been recognised nationally as an example of good practice.

You will work alongside the rest of the admin team as well as therapists and support workers. You will have excellent communication skills and be an effective team worker.

 

The primary function of this role is to provide administrative assistance to the therapists and support staff working in the Stroke Unit and Community Neurology Team and to ensure accurate entry of data to support audit and recording of activity.

 


If you would like to talk to somebody about this vacancy then please contact:
Contact Name Wilmie Jacobs band 7 OT or Laura Shenton Consultant Therapist

Telephone 01626 324510

 




You will be joining the organisation at an exciting time. As the first fully integrated care organisation in England, we are working to improve the way we deliver safe, high-quality health and social care. We have a positive and vibrant working atmosphere, We are proud of our investment in our staff both in terms of developing potential career skills and valuing people. Our commitment to staff health and wellbeing looks at supporting our staff as ‘whole’ individuals, recognising their own unique set of strengths and skills. We create the right environment to enable all people to take care of themselves and provide the best care possible to our patients and citizens.

For more information on why to work with us, please see our Welcome films in the Further Links sections to the right of this page. #seeyouinsouthdevon

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The Trust is committed to preventing discrimination, valuing diversity and achieving equality of opportunity. No person (staff, patient or public) will receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of the nine protected characteristics as governed by the Equality Act 2010.

We aspire to be a diverse and inclusive organisation and therefore we welcome applications from all. If you require support you can obtain this from our Equality Business Forum which has representatives from all protected groups.


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