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Staff Vacancies

Data Clerk

Part-time, Permanent

We are looking for someone to join our IT/Data processing team in a data clerk/data entry position, which will assist the Practice deliver top-quality clinical care.

Previous experience of medical note summarising would be advantageous, as would medical admin or terminology experience. SystmOne experience is desirable, but we recognise that this is unique to General Practice and so would consider applicants who are able to demonstrate the ability to use other computer systems and a willingness to learn SystmOne, as full training will be provided.

The qualities we are looking for are:

  • Close attention to detail
  • Efficient and accurate document processing
  • Problem solving and proactive team ethos
  • Willingness to learn and develop new skills
  • Effective prioritising of workload to achieve daily deadlines

Previous experience of medical note summarising would advantageous, as would medical administration or terminology experience.

Benefits include attractive city centre location and NHS pension. Unfortunately, parking on site is for GPs and patients only. The working hours are to be agreed but will be up to 30 hours, depending on the candidate.

Please apply with a brief letter explaining why you would like to join us, along with your CV through the website Indeed. Please click here to apply.  

Please note, we will only look at your CV if it includes a letter due to the volume of applications we generally receive.

We regret that due to the number of applications we receive we will only contact you if you have been shortlisted for interview. Closing date is Friday 6th September, although shortlisted candidates may be contacted before then. We may close the advert early if we receive high volumes of applications; so please ensure you apply promptly.


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