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Medical Secretary (Haematology and Oncology)

Role Summary

To provide a full and efficient secretarial service to consultants and clinical teams. This will include typing and personal dictation, and ensuring that all documentation (for example discharge summaries, operation notes, reports, theatre lists, outpatient clinic notes and clinic/appointment letters) is produced to an excellent standard.

Ensure all information is secure and confidentiality of information is maintained at all times.

Provide excellent customer care which may include communication with distressed and anxious patients and relatives, treating them with tact and empathy.

About the Role

For more information on the Job Description and Responsibilities please click the link below.

More detail about the role

The post holder will work as a Haematology and Oncology Medical Secretary to support the Senior Medical Secretaries over both Haematology and Oncology, to ensure the smooth workings of these services.

Job tasks to include with general office stationary, calling patients to advise of appointment changes due to sickness of staff, using this to check demographics of the patient. Liaising with Seamoor and AOS team. Answering telephone calls and supporting the office generally to achieve a smooth service for our patients.​

Working Pattern: 30 hours per week. Can be worked either 4 days per week or 5 days per week of 6 hours

Interview Date: Wednesday 31st July 2022

For further information please contact: Lisa Beasant; Haematology & Oncology Support Manager on 01271 337816 or lisa.beasant@nhs.net 

This is a fixed term post until 31/10/25. For current NHS employees this post could be a secondment opportunity.

As an inclusive employer, the Royal Devon values diversity and is committed to creating a culture of inclusivity where everyone can be themselves and reach their full potential. We believe in fostering a sense of belonging and actively encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds, cultures, and abilities. We recognise the advantages of having a diverse workforce that reflects the communities we serve.

Preference will be given to staff with ‘Priority’ and 'At Risk' status including NHS At Risk staff throughout Devon.

The Royal Devon University Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust reserves the right to close vacancy when sufficient applications have been received.

The Royal Devon University Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust was established in April 2022, bringing together the expertise of both the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust and Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust.

About Us

Stretching across Northern, Eastern and Mid Devon, we have a workforce of over 15,000 staff, making us the largest employer in Devon. Our core services, which we provide to more than 615,000 people, cover more than 2,000 square miles across Devon, while some of our specialist services cover the whole of the peninsula, extending our reach as far as Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

We deliver a wide range of emergency, specialist and general medical services through North Devon District Hospital and the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (Wonford). Alongside our two acute hospitals, we provide integrated health and social care services across a variety of settings, including community inpatient hospitals, outpatient clinics, and within people’s own homes. We also offer primary care services, a range of specialist community services, and Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARC).

Our state-of-the-art equipment, leading technologies and strong links to local universities put us at the forefront of research and innovations, enabling us to provide world-class care to our local communities.

Our values are at the heart of everything we do, click here to find out more

It has never been a more exciting time to join the Royal Devon, as you will help to shape our services as we continue along our integration journey.

Benefits

Looking after you is important to us.

We strive to help our staff create a healthy work-life balance through flexible working schemes and our family friendly policies.

If you are starting out in the NHS, you’ll start with 27 days paid annual leave (plus bank holidays), rising to 33 days plus bank holidays.

You will benefit from access to our own comprehensive occupational health services, including counselling, onsite wellbeing activities and groups.

We will work together to maintain a culture that develops and supports you and your team.

This might include funding for a care certificate, a degree or leadership qualifications. Or it might include days off to study, engage in CPD or rotational placements to help you hone your skills. Wherever you are heading in the NHS, we will help you get there.

Salary is not the only financial benefit

You will have access to an extensive range of staff discounts on shopping, fitness and leisure options and you can spread the cost of technology and home appliance purchases from major retailers. You will also have access to other benefits including:

  • National discount services such as the Blue Light Card and Health Service Discounts.
  • Salary sacrifice options including our OFSTED rated outstanding nursery onsite at Exeter
  • Car lease schemes.
  • The NHS Pension scheme (one of the most generous and comprehensive in the UK).
  • Cycle to work scheme

These are just a few of the benefits available – if the role is something you are interested in, we would love to hear from you.

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