Role: Band 2 Audio Typist
Rate of Pay: £8.66
Location: Belfast City Hospital
Hours: 37.5 hours
Duration: At least 3 months
- Audio-typing of clinic, day case and discharge letters and other information as appropriate.
- Use IT Systems available to record and produce work of a consistently high standard
- Make and receive telephone calls and take appropriate action
- Monitoring accurate patient records.
- Care and return of other hospital notes and x-ray films if appropriate.
- Filing of information within the Trust patient record.
- Arranging ambulance and transport as required.
- Preparation of information e.g. investigation reports as required.
- Participate in general office duties in accordance with local Policies & Procedures, i.e. filing, faxing, photocopying and data entry
- Liaise with patients, clients, staff and departments internal and external to the Trust to ensure full and efficient service
- Open, distribute and re-direct mail as appropriate
- 4 GCSEs or equivalent (to include Maths and English grade C or above)
- Audio typing experience is essential
- 1 year experience in a clerical administration setting
To be shortlisted for this role all applicants MUST meet the essential criteria. If you are interested please upload your CV to the link provided, and Kathryn or a member of the team will be in contact to confirm if you have been shortlisted.
Successful candidates may need to apply for an Access NI Certificate with Grafton Recruitment regardless if you already have a valid certificate. It will be a cost of between £18 - £33 depending on clearance level.
PLEASE NOTE THE CLOSING DATE FOR THIS POSITION WILL BE 02/08/2019
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