This role will be working locally providing administration support to a healthcare research project.
You must have experience of working within a busy administration role, preferable within a healthcare environment but it is more important to have good administration skills. You will be booking in patients to a busy site to ensure that appointments run to time.
We are looking for Administrators to work up to 5 days per week, Monday – Friday, with a possibility of Sunday working.
Days can be long with shifts of up to 12 hours from 7.30am – 7.30pm depending on the site
The sites will be open as follows these will pay up to £11.89 per hour (umbrella rate). Sundays will be paid at x1.5.
The site is based at Walsall.
These positions are available now and run until at least the end of March 2023 and is temporary contract initially with a possibility of extension
Requirements of this Administrator vacancy:
- You must be an administrator preferable with recent experience of at least 12 months.
- You must be willing to fully register with our agency
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