The work of the data team is crucial in maintaining the systems and
information which support delivery of safe, responsive and effective clinical
care to our 13,500 patients. The core purpose of this post is administration
and inputting of clinical data.

This role would suit someone who enjoys detailed administration, works methodically with an eye for detail, and is flexible with a ‘can do’ attitude.

The successful candidate is likely to have gained experience within a busy and demanding service background, and will be able to demonstrate a high standard of language and IT literacy, and an ability to learn new systems and adapt to developments within primary care and an ever-changing NHS. Primary Care experience and knowledge of Emis Web would be an advantage but are not essential as full training would be provided.

A flexible approach and excellent interpersonal skills will be essential.

Hours: 24 hours per week, working pattern to be confirmed but likely to be worked over 3-4 days between Monday and Friday.

Pay will be dependent on relevant skills and experience, and will include NHS Pension Scheme and 5.6 weeks pro rata holiday leave per year.

More information
For an application pack including application form, job description, and our Practice Profile, please email or download from our website

If after reading the information pack you have any further queries, please email Katie Milne-Brown, IT Manager, at .

How to Apply
Please email your completed application form to Katie Milne-Brown, IT Manager, at .

Closing date
Applications to be received by 09.00 on Monday 13th January 2020. However, we anticipate that we will receive a number of applications for this post and therefore reserve the right to close the post earlier should we have received sufficient applications before the closing date.

Interviews will be held for short-listed candidates during week commencing 20th January 2020 here at the surgery. Short-listed candidates will be notified in due course of the time and details, and will be invited to have a look around the surgery.
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