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Vacancies at Beechfield

VACANCY FOR A SECRETARY/MEDICAL SECRETARY

We have an immediate vacancy for a Secretary/Medical Secretary. This is a full time (37 hours per week) position and applications are invited from those with experience of the full range of secretarial skills in a busy secretariat.  This will include knowledge of and experience in digital transcription, the use of the range of Microsoft packages including Excel and strong typing and accuracy skills.  You will be a team player, with good communication skills, and will be required to demonstrate flexibility in covering the absences of colleagues on occasions.  Experience as a Medical Secretary will be advantageous, but full training will be given to the right candidate. 

In return, we offer:

Competitive salary

Membership of the NHS Pensions scheme (contributory)

4 weeks annual leave, rising to 5 after 5 years continuous employment

For further details or queries, or to arrange an informal visit to the practice, please contact Mrs Wendy Lee (Administration Manager) on 01775 717477

An Outline Job Description is HERE

An Application Form is HERE along with instructions for submission.

THE CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS TO BE RECEIVED IS CLOSE OF PLAY ON TUESDAY 14 JANUARY 2019


We currently have no other vacancies at Beechfield, but if you have a background in any aspect of primary care, at any level - as a clinician, dispenser or administrator - then it would be worthwhile submitting your CV to the practice anyway if only to be held on file for later.  Applications should be submitted to:

Don McGeorge, Practice Manager, Beechfield Medical Centre, Beechfield Gardens, Spalding PE11 1UN marked "Practice Manager Only" and accompanied by a hand written covering letter telling us why we should consider employing you.


 

 

 

 

 

  



 
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