Administrator, Therapies/Advocacy team

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SignHealth – the Healthcare Charity for Deaf People is a national charity committed to achieving better access to and equality of health provision within the UK for Deaf people. SignHealth works in the fields of supported living, counselling, advocacy, outreach and health promotion for Deaf people with mental health difficulties and/or complex need

Salary: £18,000 – £20,000 (dependent on experience)

* Location: Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, South East

* Job Type: Part time 9:00pm – 15:00pm, Monday to Friday. 12 months fixed term.

Are you a diligent, enthusiastic and highly organised individual? Are you looking for a role that is interesting and rewarding?

SignHealth is the health and wellbeing charity for deaf people. This role in the Administration Team is essential to ensure our clients get the therapy they require.

The role includes; making appointments, liaising with all parties involved in the service, gaining funding and keeping the databases accurate. Proficient communication skills and telephone manner are therefore, essential as the job holder will be liaising with internal and outside agencies. Previous experience of using databases and confidence with IT packages is also important.

Even though this role works closely with other team members, we are looking for someone who can use their own initiative when answering queries, organising and prioritise their own workload, work unsupervised and manage multiple, changing priorities.

If you feel that you are the person we are looking for to join our friendly, busy team, please apply by CV and covering letter to A Job Description and Person Specification is available on request

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Aug 1st, 2019

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