Do you relish a challenge and are looking to expand your responsibilities as well as working with a wide range of personnel in a professional environment? If the answer is yes, then we would love to hear from you!
A fabulous opportunity has arisen for an experienced personal assistant within Lancashire Teaching Hospitals to undertake varied, fast-paced and interesting role within the Governance Management Team.
The key responsibility of the post is to provide comprehensive PA support, administrative and secretarial duties to the Associate Director of Risk and Compliance and the Associate Director of Safety and Learning.
As an integral part of our close-knit team, you will have excellent communication skills, flexible to differing priorities across the division and thrive in a busy environment.
For this role, your responsibilities will include the provision of full and comprehensive range of administrative support including the receipt, analysis and provision of complex information associated with governance services. General duties are diverse and require flexibility, with the ability to prioritise, multi-task and to work independently from both home and office environments and under your own initiative with limited direct supervision.
You will also be required to co-ordinate and maintain effective communication between corporate and divisional functions and to use specific IT skills from the Microsoft Office suite, including Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel & Access to produce agendas, minutes and other supporting documentation for a range of meetings, committees and groups.
You may also be required to lead/manage specific pieces of project work as designated by the Associate Directors and may require liaison with internal and external personnel to ensure successful completion within target timescales.
You will represent the governance team and its Directors and Associate Directors when conducting Personal Assistant duties.
We have 10,000 fantastic people working hard to deliver quality services to our patients. Whatever your role, you help look after 370,000 people in our local area & give specialist care to 1.5 million people across Lancashire & Cumbria.
Working with us gives you the knowledge and sense of pride that every activity you do genuinely does make a difference to support our patients & staff, ensuring we keep thriving & delivering outstanding healthcare right across our local towns.
You’ll have access to varied development opportunities, learn new skills, meet fab people & do things you’d never have done. You’ll learn about working in a hospital, interacting with people from all different roles to build skills & enhance your career path.
You’ll make an impact, be challenged to think differently, be bold & help innovate to keep improving things. Everything we do centres around patient care which means your role is pivotal and something really to be proud of.
Duties of the role include but are not limited to:
- Contribute to effective management of the
- Contribute to robust information
processes and communications with all
stakeholders internal and external.
- Develop and support staff within the
- Participate in the project and work
streams of the network
- Assist with research, education and
development activities within the network.
- Contribute to planning and organisation of
network activities ensuring that work is
captured appropriately and evidence
available for quality assessments.
- Contribute to service improvement and