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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 02/11/2020.

Foundation Programme Administrator Band 4

Job Reference: 370-ADM4WEC-1922

Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Warrington Education Centre
£21,892 to £24,157 pa

We are WHH an NHS Foundation Trust acknowledged as providing a positive learning environment and proud to be recognised as a Teaching Hospital. We provide first class services at Warrington Hospital, Halton General Hospital and the Cheshire and Merseyside Treatment Centre in the North West of England.

Our mission is to be Outstanding for our patients, our communities and each other.

We pride ourselves in being consciously inclusive and enjoy working with and for the diverse community we serve, employing a high calibre of skilled staff, reflective of our communities.

Our vision is to continue to deliver high quality, safe and sustainable health and care services to the local population of Warrington, Halton and beyond. Our approach to healthcare is founded on our five core values; Working Together, Excellence, Accountable, Role Models and Embracing Change.

As an applicant or employee of WHH you have our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion, it’s the way we work! Our beliefs and culture insist that no job applicant or employee will receive less favourable treatment from the start of the employment journey.

Working at WHH means joining a team of 4,000+ professional and support staff who local people look to, to keep them well and support their well-being. If you embrace these values and are motivated to making a difference to our patients, we'll look forward to receiving your application.

Foundation Programme Administrator

The Medical Education Department is able to offer an exciting opportunity for a full-time Foundation Programme Administrator. The Medical Education Services operates as a dynamic and fast paced team of 8, quickly responding to issues whilst planning the education context for all our Trainee Doctors (N=193), Medical Students (n=85) and Physician Associates (n=9).

The team enjoy new challenges and projects whilst proactively delivering key performance indicators (KPI’s) to monitor and evaluate service delivery.

The post holder would be educated to a minimum of GCSE Level or equivalent with a very high standard of numeracy and literacy to include Microsoft Office packages. The successful candidate will also be an effective confident member of a high performing Medical Education Team.

The Foundation Programme Administrator is responsible for co-ordinating the education requirements for the Foundation Level Medical Trainees that are appointed to our Trust via Health Education England North West (HEENW). They are required to coordinate their teaching programme via engagement with the clinical and medical staff thought the Trust ensuring attendance is monitored, trends are identified and quality is tracked and evaluated. They are also required to coordinate their clinical placements/rotations and their Educational Supervisors to ensure the trainees are able to meet the requirement of their curriculum. The post holder is also required to ensure Educational Supervisors are familiar with, and support the educational programme via the HORUS e-portfolio system as per HEENW’s requirements and to monitor the trainee’s programme to ensure compliance with the Foundation Programme.

This job advert may close as soon as sufficient applications have been received, therefore please apply for this job as soon as you can, if interested.

As an applicant or employee of WHH you have our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion, it’s the way we work! We encourage all applicants to share their personal information with us to understand why please read `Be counted` and `8 reasons why’ in the additional information.

The Trust operates a Smoke Free Policy which does not permit smoking within the Trust premises and grounds/site.

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Depending on the classification of the post, in-line with DBS guidelines, a Standard or Enhanced disclosure will be required which may include a check of the ‘Vulnerable Adults List’, the ‘Children’s List’ and/or the Independent Safeguarding Authorities (ISA’s) barred lists.

A charge of £60 (Enhanced) will be made by the successful candidate which will be deducted from the first 3 months’ salary. In addition to this, you will also be required to re-pay any future costs that may arise in relation to DBS fees.

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