Clinical Data Assistant Jobs Vacancy at London Ambulance Service Nhs Trust London
London Ambulance Service Nhs Trust London urgently required following position for Clinical Data Assistant. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.
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Clinical Data Assistant Jobs Vacancy at London Ambulance Service Nhs Trust London Jobs Details:
CLINICAL DATA Assistant, Waterloo, SE1
Band 3 starting salary £16,968 rising in annual increments to £19,852 plus 20 per cent inner high cost area supplement
Full Time (37.5 hours)
We are dedicated to serving the seven million people that live and work in London. Our Clinical Audit and Research Unit are responsible for making sure that we deliver the best possible care to patients.
The Clinical Data Assistant supports the data collection, input and quality assurance of clinical information. This involves interpreting information from patient records and information systems, and accurately entering clinical data into a MS Access database. The Clinical Data Assistant will also have the opportunity to assist with the provision of data and production of routine reports used by the LAS and other agencies to inform and enhance patient care.
The Clinical Data Assistant should have experience working with large datasets and be skilled in data collection. Alongside a good working knowledge of MS Office packages, this role requires a highly organised approach to work and meticulous attention to detail. Strong interpretation and communication skills are vital, combined with the confidence and discipline to work both independently and in a team. A familiarity with medical terminology would be beneficial.
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Priority will be given to NHS employees who are at risk of redundancy.
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