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Apprentice Clerical Officer

Posted: 1 Oct 2020 Closes: 31 Oct 2020
Bradford, United Kingdom Apprentice Rate - £4.15 per hourly rate
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Apprentice Clerical Officer

Job Reference: 389-A-20-41523

Employer: Department: Radiology Admin Location: Bradford Salary: Apprentice Rate - £4.15 per hourly rate

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Post Title: Clerical Officer

Grade: Apprentice

Salary: Apprentice wage £4.15 per hourly rate (£155.65 per week)

Department: Imaging Specialty (Radiology & Medical Physics)

Location: BRI/SLH

Hours: 37.5 hrs

Most attractive aspect of the Post:

We are seeking to recruit a well-motivated, reliable individual with good communication/interpersonal skills to join our admin & clerical team . Duties will include data entry, scheduling patient investigations, sending out patient's clinical reports, reception and general admin duties. Applicants must have a flexible approach and be able to use their own initiative

Applicants must be educated to GCSE standard with a pass in English. Accurate data entry skills as well as good all round computer skills, pr evious experience of working in a reception/administrative role would be advantageous. Accuracy and attention to detail is key for this role.

The apprentice scheme requires the successful applicant to undertake a formal training course leading to a recognised qualification. The Trust is unable to fund such a course and therefore it should be self-funded or funded through the Government Apprentice Scheme. Government Apprentice Scheme funding will be claimed through the Trust, but is currently only available in full for 16-18 year olds. Partial funding is available for 19-24year olds, but the remainder of the costs would need to be paid by the apprentice. For those over 24 years this would need to be fully self-funded. The costs to fund the QCF level 2 course is currently in the region of; £1,000. In addition to these restrictions, funding is also currently only available in full for persons without a degree.

PLEASE NOTE - IF YOU ALREADY POSSESS THE QUALIFICATION THAT THIS JOB WILL BE WORKING TOWARDS, OR YOU HAVE A QUALIFICATION IN THE SAME SUBJECT AT A HIGHER LEVEL, YOU WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR THIS APPRENTICESHIP OPPORTUNITY

Informal Enquiries to: Hayley Whiteley Tel: 01274 364678 E-mail: hayley.whiteley@bthft.nhs.uk

We can offer staff gymnasiums on both hospital sites, excellent pension scheme including life assurance cover and advice on childcare.

Closing Date: 16/10/2020 (This date may change dependent on the response)

Interview Date: TBA

Directorate: Diagnostics

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