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Admin / Clerical Support

Job Reference: 130-AC326-1019

Employer:
Swansea Bay University Health Board
Department:
Admin/Clerical
Location:
Cwmbwrla Clinic, Swansea
Salary:
£18,813 to £20,795 per annum

Welcome to Swansea Bay University Health Board. We welcome applications from people who share our values: caring for each other, working together and always improving.

Swansea Bay University Health Board reserve the right to close vacancies after 24 hours if a large number of suitable applications are received. We encourage early applications to ensure consideration for a post.

Prior consideration for this vacancy will be given to staff currently awaiting Redeployment and we therefore reserve the right to withdraw this advert at any stage.

Applications may be submitted in Welsh. Applications submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English.


An exiting opportunity has arisen for a motivated person to join the Older Persons Mental Health Team in Swansea as part of the multi disciplinary team to provide admin and clerical support to both Social work and Community Psychiatric Teams.

The post will be 30 hours per week, with an expectation to be able to work flexibly throughout the week to meet the needs of the service.

The successful applicant will be based in Cwmbwla Clinic, however, the teams are based over Cwmbwrla and St Phillips Parade. The post holder will be expected to provide cover arrangements for admin support across Older peoples Services across Swansea.

Experience in working within a Multi disciplinary Team environment would be advantageous, also excellent interpersonal skills, and be able to demonstate good IT and data base skills.

The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; English and/or Welsh speakers are equally welcome to apply.

 

For further details / informal visits contact:

Martin Nevard - martin.nevard@wales.nhs.uk (01792 516677)




Swansea Bay University Health Board is committed to supporting its staff and processes to fully embrace the need for bilingualism thereby enhancing service users experience. In our commitment to increase the number of staff able to communicate in Welsh with patients and professionals, we would particularly welcome applications from Welsh speakers.

Equality remains at the centre of the Health Boards policy-making, service delivery and employment practices. We value the diversity of our staff and welcome applications from people from protected groups under the Equality Act 2010, this specifically includes age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/reassignment, race, religion, disability, pregnancy and maternity and marriage and civil partnership.

We are a Disability Confident Employer and applications are welcomed from persons with disabilities. A disability will not prejudice your application. If you are unable to submit your application in the requested format because of a disability please contact the Recruitment Team, who will agree a more suitable way for you to apply. All disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria listed in the Person Specification will be invited to interview.


Disclosure and Barring Service Check

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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