Programme Support Assistant

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Job title: Programme Support Assistant
Location: Leeds
Role: Permanent full time
Salary: £17,175 per annum
Closing date: 9am on Tuesday 21st May 2019

Programme Support Assistant


To help support development within the medical pay and workforce team we now have an opportunity for a programme support assistant to join us. The team works across multiple different busy programme and project areas supporting employers with medical workforce issues and negotiating national contracts with trade unions on behalf of the NHS.

You will undertake a wide variety of different task across the team, including organising meetings, booking travel, supporting budget management, minute taking, sending group emails, managing our queries and updating our web pages.

This role is essential to the success of the team, supporting other members of the team to take forward their work effectively. To help us do this, you will need previous experience in an office environment and have good IT skills. You will have good organisation skills, maintain attention to detail, work under your own initiative and have good literacy and communication skills. Previous experience of web content management systems would be useful, but we will provide full training and support to enable you to undertake this.

Working in the medical pay and workforce team, you’ll gain experience across a variety of different areas, and develop your skills further. We’ll support you when you start with us and provide you with a development plan to help you build your career. We offer flexible working opportunities, 30 days holiday, ability to buy or sell annual leave, access to discount schemes, plus other benefits.

To Apply:

To apply for this role please read the attached job description and complete the application form. Applications to jobapplications@nhsconfed.org

Application deadline: 9am on Tuesday 21st May 2019
Interview date: Tuesday 28th May 2019

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