Business Administrator Apprenticeship in London NW1
RCP are currently looking for an organised individual to join their Advisory Appointments Committees Unit (membership support and global engagement) team. This ideal candidate will have good time management, pay attention to detail and seek a career in business administration.
The Royal College of Physicians is a British professional body dedicated to improving the practice of medicine, chiefly through the accreditation of physicians by examination. It plays a pivotal role in setting the standards and through a variety of activities, influences the quality of medical practice in hospitals. It conducts examinations, carries out training, education and research activities and advises the Government and the profession on health and medical matters.
We want someone who is...Hobbyist, someone that self teaches and builds their understanding in their chosen subject Thrives in a hands on environment Able to work well as part of a team as well as on their own Can give examples of their strengths and knowledge Self-starter Able to follow instructions and complete tasks
Key Responsibilities:Responsible for securing fellows to represent the RCP at AACs for 11 regions. Ensuring correct documentation is received to process requests. Using a range of bespoke systems to select suitable fellows in accordance with RCP and Department of Health criteria. Compiling and sending lists of nominations of suitable fellows to NHS trusts. Securing college representatives for foundation trust AACs by communicating directly with fellows by e-mail and telephone to secure diary dates and times to sit on AACs. Communicating directly with stakeholders regarding nominations of college representatives and helping to resolve any queries. Ensuring medical staffing departments are informed of all contact details of fellows sitting on AACs. Supporting college representatives by sending them relevant guidance and information packs. Entering data received from trusts/college representative feedback forms onto departmental system. Updating spreadsheets in MS Excel to track and log progress for each AAC. Maintaining a filing system and checking and chasing when the outcome of an AAC is unknown within set timescales. Adhering to all standard operating procedures of the AACs Unit.
Required Skills:Excellent time management and organisational skills Excellent communication skills (both written and spoken) Experience in an administrative role is desired. Good problem solving and analytical skills Ability to work independently
Qualifications:A levels or level 3 equivalent in business or similar subject.
Additional Information:35 hour week - flexi time where possible £14,500 per annum
Benefits & Future Prospects:27 days annual leave plus statutory holidays (full time) Pension Scheme Free staff restaurant Interest-free Season ticket loan (following completion of probation) Enhanced maternity pay provision after two years’ service Childcare Vouchers Learning and Development support Occupational Health Service Discounted membership with local gyms Cycle to Work Scheme Use of other library facilities
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