This post is part-time and the shift pattern is over 5 days Monday – Friday.
Please note the salary is Pro Rata for part time hours.
A permanent part-time position has arisen within the diabetes and endocrine service for a highly motivated, enthusiastic individual, who has the desire to develop on a personal and professional basis, and who will deliver a quality secretarial service. You will have an HNC or SVQ 111 in Secretarial Studies / Business Administration. You should have a sound knowledge of office procedures, the ability to work accurately under pressure, have attention to detail and work co-operatively within a team. Duties of the post will include: • Provide a comprehensive quality administrative service within the Department. • Transcribe letters, using winscribe dictation system, provided by Consultants & Associate Specialists • Manage patient enquiries in a pleasant and helpful manner. Medical terminology and a high degree of speed and accuracy are desirable together with excellent organisational skills and flexibility in approach to work, which are essential.
Contact details for informal contact: Anderina McLaren, 0141 451 5362, [email protected]
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