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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 30/11/2020.

COVID Pandemic Vaccination Programme - Admin Support, Band 3

Job Reference: 277-ADMINCOVIDB3

Employer:
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
COVID Pandemic Vaccination Programme
Location:
Trustwide, Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich
Salary:
£23,521.00 - £24,926.00 pro rata

Join the south east London Covid-19 effort today!

 

COVID Pandemic Vaccination Programme - Admin Support, Band 3

 

COVID-19 has been the single greatest public health emergency in the history of the NHS

The response of current NHS staff and those who have come forward to help out in any capacity has been nothing short of inspirational, and played a major role in the first phase of the pandemic.

At the same time as pulling out all the stops to ensure everyone who needed care has been able to get it, NHS People have also contributed to the important global effort to develop safe and effective vaccines for the virus, working closely with research partners.

If you live in any of our boroughs – Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich, and Lewisham - and are able help your local NHS in either a paid of voluntary capacity, we want to hear from you as we continue to have a range of opportunities for individuals to support the global fight against this pandemic.

 

One way you could help is through the mass vaccination Programme.

 

The NHS is preparing extensively to begin mass delivery of the Covid-19 vaccine, as soon as it becomes available. This will be a huge task for everyone! While it isn’t yet certain when a Covid-19 vaccine will be available, the NHS in London is working hard to ensure we are ready to offer it when it is. You already know this will be the biggest immunisation programme of our time.

 

We now need experienced vaccinators and support staff to step forward in the continued fight against coronavirus and help to deliver an effective Covid-19 vaccination programme.

 

We are looking to recruit from our local communities to enable us to provide a safe and effective vaccination programme while continuing to offer timely access and minimal impact on other NHS services.

 

You will be working either at an existing NHS estate or temporary standalone service within a local community which will be open 7 days a week from 8am – 8pm daily.

 

Extensive preparations will ensure people across London can access a vaccine, regardless of where they live, once it has undergone strict clinical trials and is approved for use by the independent regulator.

 

Admin/support roles

A range of administrative and support roles will also be needed to support this effort and individuals with exceptional customer service, dealing with the public, problem solving and administrative skills will be welcomed as we will need support pulling individuals medical records, booking follow up appointments as well as meeting and greeting and directing people to the right places on the day.

 

As you can imagine, resourcing this ask is a challenge in itself. When you apply, you’ll see there are some initial screening questions that we need you to answer so that we can ensure we can align supply with demand as effectively as possible.

 

We are ideally looking for people who can support 2-3 days a week for full days to ensure we have the continuity of service we are providing.

 

Both teams will be working from non-clinical sites where public transport may be limited so please highlight on your application the best methods of travel available for you to help us to assign you to the best possible place if successful.

 

All of the above roles are subject to a DBS check and references.

 

In an effort to ensure we are bringing in a diverse background of experience that reflects our local population and gives opportunities to those with no previous NHS experience, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust have partnered with London South East Colleges (LSEC). LSEC are providing on our behalf FREE training to support people that have not worked within the NHS previously or require some fast track support to ensure those interview skills, confidence and key customer service and NHS basic principles are enhanced before formally moving through the NHS recruitment process. Our NHS Get Ready programme has been developed in partnership as the first stage in developing an NHS career road map for successful candidates.

 

If you have not worked for the NHS before your information will be shared with LSEC to support you through this programme.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Tracey Doherty, Temporary Staffing Advisor, tracey.doherty1@nhs.net




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This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.



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