Administrative OfficerVacancy posted: Wednesday, 12 October 2016
Salary: £19902 to £22683 per annum Benefits: Multiple posts (full/part time, permanent & fixed term
Job ref. no.: HIS837
Multiple posts (full/part time, permanent & fixed term)
£19,902 - £22,683 (Band 4)
As the national healthcare improvement organisation for Scotland, we have various opportunities across teams to provide a range of administration support essential for us to continue to deliver a highly effective and professional service.
As an experienced administrator, you will provide a range of support tasks including organising meetings/events, diary management, minute taking, arranging travel and accommodation, processing invoices and liaising with health professionals and other colleagues from across NHS Scotland. While all roles will involve general team administration duties, some may have a particular emphasis on certain aspects such as supporting events, providing one-to-one support to senior management and/or being the first point of contact for telephone/email enquiries, which can be of a sensitive nature.
You should be educated to HNC level or have demonstrable equivalent experience at a similar level. Possessing sound and effective communication skills with good attention to detail, you will already have gained sufficient experience in a similar role and adopt a flexible approach to resolve issues proactively. Strong interpersonal and organisational skills are essential, with a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office packages.
These are excellent opportunities to play a key support role in our organisation to continually improve the health and social care in Scotland. When applying, please detail how your skills match the requirements outlined within the application and clearly state which the type of post you are applying for.
About Healthcare Improvement Scotland
Healthcare Improvement Scotland is a health body formed on the 1 April 2011. It has been created by the Public Services Reform (Scotland) Act 2010 and marks a change in the way the quality of healthcare across Scotland will be supported nationally.
As an organisation, we support health and social care providers in Scotland to deliver high quality, evidence-based, safe, effective and person-centred care; and to provide public assurance about the quality and safety of that care
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