Education and Audit Coordinator

Recruiter
Care UK Secondary
Location
Oxfordshire
Salary
Competitive
Posted
16 Aug 2017
Closes
26 Aug 2017
Job role
Audit
Contract type
Permanent
Hours
Full time
Job Summary

Care UK have a vacancy for a Education and Audit Coordinator based in our central office in Reading

This is a permanent post for 37.5 hours per week and the remuneration is GBP18993 per annum.

Care UK are the UK's largest independent provider of health and social care. We're a diverse team with one thing in common... we love what we do!

When you look at the scope, size and quality of Care UK's healthcare services, it's truly impressive. Together, our dedicated teams run hospitals, treatment centre, walk–in GP surgeries and diagnostic facilities in communities across the country. One in five people in the UK already has access to one of our facilities. But we're not stopping there. We want to make our services even more widely available, as we continue to focus on improving the lives or our patients– and our people.

Reporting to the Head of Education and Training Health Care your key responsibilities are:

• Facilitate the administration of staff on the Care UK Academy Learning Management
System (LMS).
• Coordinate any national training courses as per the direction of the Head of Education and
Training.
• Attend to any emails sent as well as any face to face training provision.
• Facilitate meeting bookings
• Administer the Clinical Audit email inbox and transfer any provisioned data
• Attend all quarterly Education and Training Committee meetings (in Reading and in
London) as required, including taking the minutes for these meetings.
• Administration of all CPD accreditation submissions.
• Administration of the Care UK Training Provider / Training Partner Database
• Assist in the coordination and administrative arrangements for all Care UK Health Care
training interventions arranged by the central training team.
• Administration of the Resuscitation Council registration LMS database for all ILS and ALS
training.

Skill & Experience

Essential

• 2 – 3 years' experience working in coordination and administration
• IT skills – MS Office, specifically Excel and Word.
• Able to grasp new IT initiatives and able to communicate this to staff
• Ability to prioritise workload & work effectively under pressure.
• Interpersonal skills and customer service skills
• Attention to detail

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