Administration, Clerical and Management

Our administration teams are fundamental in supporting the clinical teams to deliver the best patient care they can. Without our ward clerks, secretaries, administrators, medical record clerks, receptionists and other admin staff, we could not operate as the Trust we are today.

Administration and Clerical

We can’t name them all, but here is just an idea of some of the roles and departments you can work in as a admin member of staff:

  • Buyer – Supplies
  • Project Manager – IT
  • Staff Benefits Advisor – Human Resources
  • Waiting List and Bookings Officer – Radiology
  • Workforce Development Officer – Education
  • Clinical Coder – Clinical Coding
  • Departmental Secretary – Dental Hospital
  • Office Team Leader – A&E
  • Admin Officer – Estates Helpdesk
  • Fraud Specialist – Fraud
  • Communication Assistant – Communication Team

Management

Advances in medical technology, tough spending targets, managing change and rising public expectations combine to make this a very responsible and challenging job. Health service managers work with clinical and non-clinical staff every day and you will also be a member of a management team.

Your work will bring you into contact with a range of external organisations, such as the local council, charities, social enterprises, voluntary bodies and contractors supplying services to the NHS. In some roles, you will deal with national organisations, such as government departments.

Areas of management you could work in are:

  • Clinical Managment
  • Estates and facilities
  • Finance
  • General Management
  • Human Resources
  • Operational Management
  • Practice Management