A typical day in the NHS within my Business and reception administration job is busy, high levels of work and includes suchvariety of people. I ahve learnt a great deal of information and methods in my time at the NHS this includes, learning different system, finical information and inputting in ledgers, inputting processes and procedures, constantly being aware of health and safety, fire safety, public safety laws and policies. I have also learnt how to deal with customes, visitors and staff of all ages and know how to handle conflict and stress in the correct manner. I have learnt what a project programme from an operational point of view consists of. I have learnt how to implement change and imporvements in the work place. The management withint the NHS is very good. I work in a small team that is extended and I can say I work well with them as we work very closely together. The hardest part of my job role is seeing edlery on their own, therefore I have also learnt how to communicate well with them so that I can ensure I put a smile to their faces and that they enjoy there time in our hands.
flexiable with overtime hours.
No security with apprenticeship job