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Company: Tate
East Sussex
Posted on 6th Oct 2021

We are currently recruiting on behalf of an NHS Service who are on boarding a team of temporary customer service administrators. Working full time (Monday to Friday 8.00am - 5.00pm) on an ongoing temporary basis, you will be responsible for supporting an NHS administrative project surrounding patient referrals. Working within a lively and vibrant remote-working team, day to day duties will include inputting all referrals onto the NHS e-Referral system, undertake informed choice conversations with patients as required, book appointments on behalf of patients, and monitor referral activity. To be successful in this role you will need good IT/database skills, excellent customer service skills, the ability to communicate clearly and confidently, be organised, efficient and be a strong team-player. You will also need a good understanding of Data Protection and be able to work with sensitive patient information. This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone who is looking to expand their customer service and administrative skills within a busy team environment, with full training being provided. This working from home role is expected to last for between 9 - 12 months. APPLY TODAY by sending us your CV, or by calling IMMEDIATE START Please be aware this advert will remain open until the vacancy has been filled. Interviews will take place throughout this period, therefore we encourage you to apply early to avoid disappointment. Tate is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. read more


Company: Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited
East Sussex
Posted on 12th Oct 2021

Strong Operational Lead People Manager Project Manager Workforce Manager Workforce Cell Lead Three-month role. Your new company NHS Band 8A Hybrid Working £25.00 per hour Your new role If you are an exceptionally organised operational leader with a proven track record of completing the tasks outlined below, and are able to remain calm under pressure, I'd love to hear from you. The post holder will report to the Associate Director of Resourcing and Business Partnering and be accountable to the Chief People Officer. The post holder will be responsible for the oversight of relevant workforce cell projects for the mass vaccination programme within Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust and across the wider ICS as required, working closely with Mass Vaccination Programme Leads to provide regular updates on progress and key areas relating to workforce. Key areas of responsibility: Workforce planning and deployment, retention projects for staff recruited e.g. staff recruited. Management of the Staff Bureau which coordinates internal and external requests for staff to support the mass vaccination programme internally and across the wider system. Directly managing the band 7 deputy operational workforce manager and band 6 team leader. This is a varied and developing role and the post holder must be able to work autonomously and will need to have a flexible approach to undertaking new projects to support to continuous development of strategy. What you'll need to succeed Relevant Degree/working towards a degree or equivalent experience Project management training or evidence of leading successfully on large projects Experience of working on complex projects relating to workforce Experience Experience of managing large projects relating to workforce Knowledge and understanding of NHS structure and organisation Experience of working meeting metrics and deadlines Understanding of current developments within the NHS relating to workforce deployment Skills and Knowledge Excellent written and verbal communication skills Able to provide and receive highly complex, sensitive or contentious information, negotiate with senior stakeholders on difficult and controversial issues including performance and change Skilled in negotiation and influencing techniques including the ability to challenge and reality test others' positions constructively Developed leadership and influencing skills with the ability to enthuse, motivate and involve individuals and teams Ability to present complex and sensitive information to large groups of staff at all levels (board level to junior staff) both internally and externally and through a variety of media Excellent numeric and analytical skills Excellent organisational skills and prioritising skills. Ability to manage own work programme and to prioritise deadlines Demonstrated capability to plan over short, medium and long-term timeframes and adjust plans and resource requirements accordingly What you'll get in return £25.00 per hour What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers. By applying for this job you accept the T&C's, Privacy Policy and Disclaimers which can be found at hays.co.uk read more


Company: Reed Talent Solutions
East Sussex
Posted on 15th Oct 2021

NHS Blood & Transplant receive over 2 million blood donations a year, but you don’t need a medical background or any qualifications to help get them. They just need your friendly, flexible approach to make volunteer donors feel welcome, at ease and valued. They’ll train you to test if someone can give blood, perform venepuncture (using needles to take blood), update records, use automated blood donation machines and give basic clinical advice and aftercare. Naturally, you’ll need to be comfortable with the sight of blood. It’s your passion for people and reassuring nature that’s important and will encourage donors to return and bring family and friends along to donate. You’ll find the camaraderie in the team and sense of pride after each day is hard to beat and enjoy plenty of variety taking the donor through the blood collection process and using our cell separator machines. You will be working on a shift basis but they will let you know in advance which days and hours you’ll be working. The normal hours for this role are up to 8.5 hours a day. The earliest start time could be 07:00 and due to the current Pandemic circumstances, if on a late shift you would be finishing at 21:00. Weekend and bank holiday working will be required. You can expect to work some long hours, but you won’t be working more than five days a week or even the same days each week. Working with a mobile donation unit, you will either make your way to your base location and travel with the mobile donation team to the venue for the day or, if better for you, you can meet your team at the venue to start your day when you arrive. If traveling directly to the venue you can obviously claim back any travel expenses and you will be paid for the full day. Please note one of the requirements for the role is a valid driving license and access to a car. This is a great opportunity for you to work with a fantastic organisation and to become part of a wider team who help save and improve lives. The NHS Blood & Transplant are an inclusive organisation that reflects the diverse communities they work with and positively encourage applications from all sectors of the community. Please note - when submitting your application select the location that is displayed on this advert. Any other locations will be considered as your second choice as they may not be available at this time. read more


Company: Tate
East Sussex
Posted on 6th Oct 2021

We are currently recruiting on behalf of an NHS Service who are on boarding a team of temporary customer service administrators. Working full time (Monday to Friday 8.00am - 5.00pm) on an ongoing temporary basis, you will be responsible for supporting an NHS administrative project surrounding patient referrals. Working within a lively and vibrant remote-working team, day to day duties will include inputting all referrals onto the NHS e-Referral system, undertake informed choice conversations with patients as required, book appointments on behalf of patients, and monitor referral activity. To be successful in this role you will need good IT/database skills, excellent customer service skills, the ability to communicate clearly and confidently, be organised, efficient and be a strong team-player. You will also need a good understanding of Data Protection and be able to work with sensitive patient information. This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone who is looking to expand their customer service and administrative skills within a busy team environment, with full training being provided. This working from home role is expected to last for between 9 - 12 months. APPLY TODAY by sending us your CV, or by calling IMMEDIATE START Please be aware this advert will remain open until the vacancy has been filled. Interviews will take place throughout this period, therefore we encourage you to apply early to avoid disappointment. Tate is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. read more


Company: Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited
East Sussex
Posted on 9th Oct 2021

\n\nStrong Operational Lead People Manager Project Manager Workforce Manager Workforce Cell Lead Three-month role. Your new company NHS Band 8A Hybrid Working£25.00 per hour Your new role If you are an exceptionally organised operational leader with a proven track record of completing the tasks outlined below, and are able to remain calm under pressure, I'd love to hear from you. The post holder will report to the Associate Director of Resourcing and Business Partnering and be accountable to the Chief People Officer. The post holder will be responsible for the oversight of relevant workforce cell projects for the mass vaccination programme within Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust and across the wider ICS as required, working closely with Mass Vaccination Programme Leads to provide regular updates on progress and key areas relating to workforce. Key areas of responsibility:\n\n Workforce planning and deployment, retention projects for staff recruited e.g. staff recruited. Management of the Staff Bureau which coordinates internal and external requests for staff to support the mass vaccination programme internally and across the wider system. Directly managing the band 7 deputy operational workforce manager and band 6 team leader. \n\nThis is a varied and developing role and the post holder must be able to work autonomously and will need to have a flexible approach to undertaking new projects to support to continuous development of strategy. What you'll need to succeed \n\n Relevant Degree/working towards a degree or equivalent experience Project management training or evidence of leading successfully on large projects Experience of working on complex projects relating to workforce \n\nExperience\n\n Experience of managing large projects relating to workforce Knowledge and understanding of NHS structure and organisation Experience of working meeting metrics and deadlines Understanding of current developments within the NHS relating to workforce deployment Skills and Knowledge Excellent written and verbal communication skills Able to provide and receive highly complex, sensitive or contentious information, negotiate with senior stakeholders on difficult and controversial issues including performance and change Skilled in negotiation and influencing techniques including the ability to challenge and reality test others' positions constructively Developed leadership and influencing skills with the ability to enthuse, motivate and involve individuals and teams Ability to present complex and sensitive information to large groups of staff at all levels (board level to junior staff) both internally and externally and through a variety of media Excellent numeric and analytical skills Excellent organisational skills and prioritising skills. Ability to manage own work programme and to prioritise deadlines Demonstrated capability to plan over short, medium and long-term timeframes and adjust plans and resource requirements accordingly \n\n What you'll get in return £25.00 per hour What you need to do nowIf you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.\n\n \n\nHays Specialist Recruitment Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers. By applying for this job you accept the T&C's, Privacy Policy and Disclaimers which can be found at hays.co.uk\n\n read more


Company: Reed Talent Solutions
East Sussex
Posted on 15th Oct 2021

\n\nNHS Blood & Transplant receive over 2 million blood donations a year, but you don’t need a medical background or any qualifications to help get them. They just need your friendly, flexible approach to make volunteer donors feel welcome, at ease and valued.\n\n \n\nThey’ll train you to test if someone can give blood, perform venepuncture (using needles to take blood), update records, use automated blood donation machines and give basic clinical advice and aftercare. Naturally, you’ll need to be comfortable with the sight of blood.\n\n \n\nIt’s your passion for people and reassuring nature that’s important and will encourage donors to return and bring family and friends along to donate.\n\n \n\nYou’ll find the camaraderie in the team and sense of pride after each day is hard to beat and enjoy plenty of variety taking the donor through the blood collection process and using our cell separator machines.\n\n \n\nYou will be working on a shift basis but they will let you know in advance which days and hours you’ll be working. The normal hours for this role are up to 8.5 hours a day. The earliest start time could be 07:00 and due to the current Pandemic circumstances, if on a late shift you would be finishing at 21:00. Weekend and bank holiday working will be required. You can expect to work some long hours, but you won’t be working more than five days a week or even the same days each week.\n\n \n\nWorking with a mobile donation unit, you will either make your way to your base location and travel with the mobile donation team to the venue for the day or, if better for you, you can meet your team at the venue to start your day when you arrive. If traveling directly to the venue you can obviously claim back any travel expenses and you will be paid for the full day. Please note one of the requirements for the role is a valid driving license and access to a car.\n\n \n\nThis is a great opportunity for you to work with a fantastic organisation and to become part of a wider team who help save and improve lives.\n\n \n\nThe NHS Blood & Transplant are an inclusive organisation that reflects the diverse communities they work with and positively encourage applications from all sectors of the community. \n\n \n\n *Please note - when submitting your application select the location that is displayed on this advert. Any other locations will be considered as your second choice as they may not be available at this time. \n\n read more


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