Formally established in October 2012 as a new independent body with executive powers and exceptional responsibilities, the main aim of the NHS England is to get the best health outcomes for people in England.
Key to our approach is making sure that the needs and wishes of patients are at the heart of everything we do and every decision we make, driven by clinical leaders to help transform health outcomes in their local communities.
Home Oxygen Service Project Support Assistant
(37.5 hrs per week)
This is a fixed term vacancy until 31 March 2014 but may be extended dependant upon funding
The Home Oxygen Services Team is currently responsible for the recording, electronic filing, and validating of Home Oxygen Order Forms for 19 CCGs across Cheshire, Merseyside and Lancashire.
The team is looking to expand its service with the possibility of working on behalf of the North West.
The Home Oxygen Services team is a specialist team working with Respiratory Teams, Home Oxygen leads, Hospitals, GPs and community NHS staff.
The Post holder will be responsible for supporting the Admin Assistants with the checking and marrying up of Home Oxygen Order Forms (HOOFs), following up missing documentation, checking patient data for accuracy and electronic filing. The post holder will be expected to provide complex regular reports, including analysis, and information to CCGss and the oxygen supplier as required.
Candidates will need to have knowledge of the Home Oxygen system, Microsoft Office applications and should be conscientious, have accurate keyboard skills, excellent inter-personnel skills, be able to work under pressure and be a good team worker.
Informal enquiries are welcome. Please contact Angela Sharp on 01244 650 488.
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