About the Black Country NHS Apprenticeship Academy
The Black Country NHS Apprenticeship Academy combines practical (on-the-job) learning with formal, theoretical and knowledge-based learning that is delivered directly by NHS experts. 93% of the NHS’ apprentices go on to gain permanent employment after they have completed their apprenticeship.
Community Recovery Service (CRS) Admin Apprentice
An excellent opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and motivated person to start their career in the NHS as a Business Administration Apprentice. Working as part of a team at a busy and lively community site, you will be communicating with a variety of mental health professionals and patients.
You will be required to undertake a variety of office duties, including answering incoming calls, typing and collating data.
Based at our Poplars Community Site in Brierley Hill, we’ll ensure you will have a mentor who will share their knowledge with you and guide and support you while you adjust to your new role. Working with your manager, we will support and plan opportunities to work with different teams to broaden your experiences of working in the NHS and help you meet the criteria for your Apprenticeship Qualification.
All office duties will be included, answering incoming calls, typing and collating data. The NHS is the UK’s biggest employer, with a huge range of future employment opportunities for the right candidates, you will gain experience with one of the most recognised named employers anywhere. Based at our Poplars Community Site in Brierley Hill, we will ensure you will have a mentor who will share their knowledge with you and guide and support you while you adjust to your new role; working with your manager, we will support and plan opportunities to work with different teams to broaden your experiences of working in the NHS and help you meet the criteria for your Apprenticeship.
To conduct yourself in accordance with the Trust’s Values and work to the positive behavioural framework that supports them in all you do. To support the department in all aspects of administration, provide assistance in maintaining a high standard of service and to support the day to day running and delivery of the services provided within the department including diary management, maintaining records, both paper and electronic, in accordance with Trust policy.
Work closely with other administrative staff across the Trust to ensure continuity of administration support and mutual assistance within the Service.
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