Children Services Administration Team Leader

Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust

Children Services Administration Team Leader

£28649

Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust, Hounslow

  • Full time
  • Temporary
  • Onsite working

Posted 2 days ago, 15 May | Get your application in today.

Closing date: Closing date not specified

job Ref: fd717a37a09441b4ab87dfb2040b728a

Full Job Description

This post offers an excellent opportunity to develop skills and experience within specialist children's services, you will play a key role in the day-to-day administration to support the Hounslow Community Children's Services. You will be responsible for providing clerical and administrative support to our clinicians and will be expected to work System One our electronic clinical records system., The post holder will provide a comprehensive support service to the Children's Services Business Manager, carrying out general administration duties and in support of the children's clinical services across HRCH including data inputting to ensure the smooth running of service delivery.

Whilst the ability to work effectively as part of a team is important, they must also be capable of working independently.

Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust (HRCH) provide a wide range of healthcare services for the population of London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and the London Borough of Hounslow.

The Clinical Services Directorates have a wide range of responsibilities to manage, including coordinating and delivering community primary care services on behalf of the Trust. A wide range of these healthcare services are delivered by staff in the community, who include medical staff, paediatric therapists, therapy assistants, health visitors, specialist nurses, nurses, nursery nurses, paediatric phlebotomist and healthcare support workers with the support of administrative staff working in localities with GPs, other health professionals, early years, education, and social care professionals.

The digitization of health services is underway with a requirement to become paper-light by 2023 through improving the use of digital tools and adopting mobile and agile working practices and increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of clinical delivery.