Service Improvement Administrator

2 weeks ago

Ref: 10

Role: Service Improvement Administrator

Salary: £24,000

Location: Sheffield 

The role

Our client is looking for a highly motivated, experienced admin to join their Sheffield-based team as a Service Improvement Administrator.

As Service Improvement Administrator, you will support the administrative function of the business by carrying out the required tasks to ensure the day-to-day running of the department functions efficiently.

Duties and responsibilities:

    • Oversight of Radar complication submissions
    • Monthly clinical reporting
    • Onboarding of new clinicians
    • Practicing privileges (PP’s) at hospitals for clinicians
    • Producing Consultant appraisal information
    • Preparation of specialty audit meetings and MDTs
    • Preparation of monthly spinal fusion MDT’s
    • Preparation of Senior Management Team (SMT) meetings
    • Carry out regular audits
    • Collection of annual outcome data (via Audit meetings)
    • British Spine Registry (BSR) input and monthly reports
    • Patient satisfaction data/patient reviews
    • Management of Facebook groups
    • Obtaining marketing information for newly onboarded clinicians for the website
    • Chaperone cover arrangement for clinics
    • Annual declaration forms
    • Collection of NICE guidelines and Safety Alerts
    • Processing of Subject Access Requests (SARs)
    • Arranging mandatory training for employed surgeons
    • To provide cross-cover to the wider department to ensure deadlines are met
    • To carry out any ad hoc duties as required by management

Key skills and behaviours:

    • To respect and adhere to the organisations culture and values.
    • Able to build good working relationships with peers.
    • Strong team player with a focus on achieving the department’s goals.
    • Strong organisation skills and ability to manage time effectively to meet deadlines.
    • Work flexibly to meet the demands of the job.
    • Promote a positive image.
    • Self-motivated, pro-active and able to use own initiative.
    • Good verbal and written communication skills.
    • Accurate data inputting skills.
    • Ability to assemble, interpret and present information to a wider audience.
    • Ability to prioritise and deliver on time against a background of changing demands.
    • Ability to remain calm and juggle competing priorities.
    • I.T. literate and able to use a range of software such as Microsoft Office programs.
    • Must have a UK driving license
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