Salary: Trinity Band C (£21,596 - £22,821)

Length of tenure: Permanent, Full time

Working hours: 37.5 hours per week

Royal Trinity Hospice is developing a new team caseload approach to patient care called ‘Team Around the Patient’ (TAP) in response to increasing demand for specialist palliative care services.  A team of clinical professionals including specialist palliative care nurses, physio/occupational therapists and a social worker/counsellor will together manage a shared caseload of patients.

About the role

The Care Coordinator is a critical role within the TAP team, providing a single point of contact for patients, their carers and family members, GPs and other clinicians involved in a patient’s care. The Care Coordinator is responsible for all administrative support to the TAP team and will create and maintain effective office systems that enhance both the patients’ and professionals’ experience of care.

The successful candidate will have:

  • a willingness to learn coupled with a ‘can do’ attitude
  • commitment to delivering excellent administrative support
  • a strong desire to improve the experience of patients and their families
  • an aptitude for team work and collaboration

Benefits include:

  • Competitive rates of pay
  • 25 days holiday entitlement rising to 27 days after 2 years service
  • Occupational sick pay
  • Pension – enrolment in the hospice pension scheme with employer contributions of up to 7.5%.
  • Career development training
  • Store discount
  • Subsidised gym membership
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Royal Trinity Hospice is a London Living Wage employer

Applications may be submitted via sending a CV and supporting statement/covering letter to [email protected] or by completing an application form online.

We anticipate a high volume of interest for these posts and reserve the right to close applications early once sufficient applications have been received.

Closing date: 30/12/2018

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