Clinic Administrator – closing date 29 January 2019

QVI is a registered charity providing professional foot health services for people who are over 60 or unable to manage their own foot care due to disability or a medical condition. We are seeking a part-time clinic administrator to oversee a team of two receptionists, a cleaner, and seven foot health care professionals who work on a sessional basis.

Our main clinic is located in Reading but we also provide services at our satellite clinics in Lower Earley and Caversham as well as home visits for those who are housebound. The main working hours are Mon to Wed: 11.00am to 3.30pm and Thurs: 11.00am to 1.00pm. This is an initial 12 month contract.

Your role is to ensure the smooth operation of the clinic and its outreach services, including supervising staff, welcoming patients and making appointments, carrying out financial transactions and maintaining records. You will be expected to work closely with the Trustees of the charity and report regularly to them.

You will need to have experience in an administrative role, have supervised staff and be a meticulous record-keeper. An understanding of the needs of older and vulnerable people is essential.

Further information

For further information about our organisation please visit our website.

Address Line 1
QVI Chiropody Clinic
Address line 2
17 St John's Road
Town
Reading
Postcode
RG1 4EB
Contract type
Part timeTemporary, Contract, or Project
Location
Central Reading
Salary
£14.19 per hour
Contact
Ann Westgarth, Trustee
Mobile
07763148391
How to apply

Please email qviclerk@aol.co.uk for a detailed Clinic Administrator Job Description and Person Specification. Then apply by sending your CV, explaining how your skills and experience match this job, to qviclerk@aol.co.uk

Open for applications from
8 January 2019
Closing date for applications
29 January 2019
Scheduled interview date
1 February 2019
Will my application be acknowledged?
All applicants, successful or otherwise, can expect to receive a reply from us in due course