Bank Ward Clerk, IPU

Purbrook, Hampshire

Job Title: Bank Ward Clerk, IPU

Location: Purbrook, Hampshire

Salary: £22,816.50 - £24,335.85 FTE depending on experience

Closing date: 31/12/2023

DBS check required? Yes

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Bank Ward Clerk – In Patient Unit

£22,816.50 – £24, 335.85 FTE (depending on experience)

Rowans Hospice is an independent organisation offering specialist palliative care to patients with life limiting disease, located in Waterlooville, Hampshire.

As a Charity, we offer opportunities for palliative support to patients and their families over an extensive range of in-patient and out-patient services; we pride ourselves on our excellent care for patients, their families, our staff and volunteers. The Hospice is proud to have been rated as outstanding in the latest CQC inspection.

We have an opportunity for a self-motivated and dynamic Ward Clerk to join our Bank Staff Team. Working alongside our clinicians you will ensure that the ward runs smoothly.

The successful candidate will have a proven track record in an administration role and possess strong word processing, database administration skills and ideally have a healthcare background.

The role of ward clerk can be very demanding, you will need to be able to respond to changing situations and work on your own initiative. Candidates must demonstrate excellent communication and organisational skills. The ability to work flexibly and as part of a team is essential in this role.

  • NHS pension will be retained if transferring from the NHS
  • Regular in-house education clinics
  • Free hot drinks and subsidised hot/cold meals menu
  • Free Parking at the Hospice (subject to availability)
  • Employee Assistance Programme available
  • Continuous service recognised if transferring from NHS

Closing Date: Ongoing

Interview Date: TBC

Rowans Hospice is committed to ensuring the safety and welfare of all children and vulnerable adults needing our care and support. Subsequently, our recruitment process is thorough, ensuring a consistent and detailed approach to gather information from and about candidates so that all persons appointed are suitable to work with children and vulnerable adults.

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