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An excellent opportunity has arisen for a motivated, driven and enthusiastic individual to join our Trustwide Data Quality Team within Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS FoundationTrust.
This is a part-time post of 24.5 hours per week, to be worked during the hours of 9-5 Monday - Friday.
The role includes participating in the improvement of the quality of the data on the clinical systems in use by Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. This is achieved through reporting, auditing and investigative work as well as helping and advising staff with their data quality issues.
In order to support teams, transportation around the Trust will be required, so it is necessary for the applicant to have use of a vehicle. Your base of work can be negotiated as we have various sites across Surrey.
We are looking for:
An ambitious individual who enjoys working within a customer supporting role and thrives on problem solving. You will have the ability to:
work in a demanding role which requires multitasking and self-time management
communicate effectively both verbally and written, over the phone and face to face
interact and be a team player
confidently bring forward ideas to enhance and improve customer satisfaction
As part of the team, we will provide you with:
in-house training to fill any knowledge gaps
an environment where you can contribute and grow
regular supervision and direction in your development
If you are a committed professional and looking for a new challenge in an effective team, then we would really like to hear from you!
Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SABP) is one of the largest Mental Health and Learning Disability Trusts in the South East working collaboratively with health, social care and voluntary organisations. We also work in partnership with university colleagues to develop research projects and funding streams. SABP’s innovative approach to learning disability and mental health care has been recognised nationally (HSJ).
The Trust aims to ensure that no job applicant or employee is unfairly disadvantaged on the grounds of race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, transgender, marital status/civil partnership, religion/belief or trade union status. The Trust is committed to the employment and career development of people from ethnic minority backgrounds and people with disabilities.
The Trust would encourage applications from people who have experience of using Mental Health & Learning Disability Services.
We reserve the right to close this post early should we be overwhelmed by applications. Please ensure you submit your application as soon as possible to ensure it is considered in the selection process. If you have a disability and can demonstrate that closing this post early would impact on your ability to submit an application in time, please do not hesitate to contact us to make an offline application within the original timeframe.
Existing work permit holders should be aware that if the post they are applying for is a promotion or with a different Trust, a new work permit application will have to made. We are unable to guarantee the outcome of the decision of the Home Office.
Please ensure you read the person specification as your application will be judged against this.
No longer accepting applications.