We are working with a small Battersea-based medical not for profit to recruit a part time (21 hours) Registry Coordinator.
We're looking for a well organised and experienced administrator to be responsible for coordinating the activities for a new medical registry.
This is a web-based patient registry that records treatment of patients under the care of consultants who are members of the Society, practicing in the UK.
Please note this role involves hybrid working, with expectation to work from the Battersea office at least one day per week.
The Coordinator would be expected to:
* Undertake all administrative duties in relation to the registry to ensure the smooth daily running of the registry by:
* Working with services to enable them to register taking them through the step-by-step process.
* Following up with all newly registered services to ensure they are engaging with the registry and offering support where appropriate.
* Managing incoming queries from patients and services.
* Prepare outcome reports for individual services to help with their accreditation.
* Provide support to steering committee, including scheduling, drafting agendas, sharing papers, taking minutes and follow up on actions.
* Collecting, coding and providing an analysis of the data obtained from the registry to ensure that it is meeting its objectives
* Providing quarterly e-newsletters to inform registered users of on-going developments.
This part time role (3 days per week) would best suit someone with:
* Scientific or Medical qualifcation
* Extensive administration experience
* group personal pension plan with 5% employer contribution
* 25 days holiday per annum rising to 27 days, plus bank holidays (pro-rata)
* interest-free season ticket loan
* life assurance
* annual pay award.
Health and wellbeing
* Home working (two days a week)
* HR advice
* Occupational health services
* Eye care
* professional training and development opportunities
* enhanced maternity and paternity pay
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