Clinical Data Officer Jobs Vacancy at London Ambulance Service Nhs Trust London
London Ambulance Service Nhs Trust London urgently required following position for Clinical Data Officer. 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 Officer Jobs Vacancy at London Ambulance Service Nhs Trust London Jobs Details:
CLINICAL DATA OFFICER, Waterloo, SE1
Band 5 starting salary £xx,xxx rising in annual increments to £xx,xxx plus 20 per cent inner high cost area supplement
Part time Job-share (15 hours; Monday & Tuesday)
In the Service, 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. This is an opportunity to work part-time as a job-share partner with our existing Stroke Data Officer for 2 days a week.
The Clinical Data Officer is responsible for producing clinical information about people who have been treated by the Service. The role requires collating, interpreting and analysing information from ambulance crew reports, which is used to produce reports detailing how effectively the Service is delivering care to patients and how we can improve our service.
You will have experience of working with large datasets, including database management, inputting data, creating and manipulating spreadsheets. It is essential that your knowledge of MS Access and Excel is at an intermediate level. You will require the ability to produce descriptive statistics, present data using charts and tables and write short narratives describing results. Good organisational skills, meticulous attention to detail and strong negotiation skills are vital, combined with the ability to use your own initiative whilst working within a team. In addition, you will have a degree in science or social science or evidence of equivalent experience.
Closing date is midnight on 07th SEP 2017
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Priority will be given to NHS employees who are at risk of redundancy.
We positively welcome diversity and want to be a truly inclusive place to work.