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Business Administrator Intern

  • Internship
    Full-time
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Business, Operations & Strategy
  • Milton Keynes

Requirements

  • Person specification:
  • Qualifications & Training:
  • Essential criteria:
  • The post holder will be required to be working towards a degree or equivalent
  • Knowledge & Experience:
  • Essential criteria:
  • Use of Spreadsheets and other office software
  • Able to analyse and interpret data
  • Knowledge of developing business cases
  • Basic presentation skills – verbal, written, graphical
  • Able to work within a team with a keen interest in developing service performance
  • Can do problem solving attitude
  • Desirable criteria:
  • Experience in NHS and/or working with NHS information systems
  • Knowledge:
  • Essential criteria:
  • Advanced IT skills in the use of Microsoft Office packages and Project management software
  • Desirable criteria:
  • An understanding of NHS Policy and the challenges facing the National and Local Health Economy

Responsibilities

  • Main duties of the job:
  • To provide administrative support to the Business & Transformation/ Performance team in the Diggory Division.
  • To assist the Business and Transformation managers in a number of projects within the Milton Keynes Community and Mental Health Services; this could include analysis of information from the clinical systems.
  • To provide administrative support to project managers within a specified number of services. This will include preparing spreadsheets, setting up meetings and keeping plans up to date.
  • To use IT systems as required, following appropriate training, to carry out a range of duties to support Business Transformation.
  • To participate in maintaining an up to date collection of information and health education literature.
  • To maintain Purchase order and contract logs.
  • To assist in providing general office support to staff, e.g. setting up of meetings.
  • To ensure good Health and Safety practices at all time
  • To work in other areas of the trust, as required by the needs of the service.
  • Working for our organisation
  • Would you like to work in a busy NHS environment?
  • Would you like to extend your Business Skills within Project Management?
  • This is an exciting opportunity for a placement student to join our busy team and make the most of your experience at CNWL!
  • You will be involved in supporting a number of Business Transformation projects, across both Mental and Community Health services.
  • Ideally you will be working towards a degree, with an interest in business when you complete your studies
  • This is a 12-month placement, ideally starting in September 2024.
  • Main duties of the job
  • Whilst at CNWL, you will be able to develop:
  • Your business acumen skills
  • Work within a number of services throughout our NHS Trust
  • Gain experience working in a high-profile area
  • Experience working to targets and attaining high professional standards, whilst being supported by our friendly teams
  • The work is varied and can be challenging, but will provide a valuable experience for future roles, both within and outside of the NHS.
  • We are happy to support a flexible balance between work and home once you have 'found your feet', but will require attendance at the office in Milton Keynes for the majority of the week to help to support your learning and development.
  • Detailed job description and main responsibilities:
  • To provide administrative support to the Business & Transformation in the Diggory Division.
  • To assist the business and transformation managers in a number of projects within the Milton Keynes Community and Mental Health Services; this could include analysis of information from the clinical systems.
  • To provide administrative support to project managers within a specified number of services. This will include preparing spreadsheets, setting up meetings and keeping plans up to date.
  • To use IT systems as required, following appropriate training, to carry out a range of duties to support Business Transformation.
  • To participate in maintaining an up to date collection of information and health education literature.
  • To maintain purchase orders and contract logs
  • To assist in providing general office support to staff, e.g. setting up of meetings
  • To ensure good Health and Safety practices at all times.
  • To work in other areas of the trust, as required by the needs of the service.

There's a place for you at CNWL.

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Mission & Purpose

Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust (CNWL) has almost 6,550 staff providing integrated healthcare to a third of London's population, Milton Keynes, Surrey and areas beyond. We provide a wide range of services to treat people with a a variety of health needs, including common physical health problems, long-term conditions, mental health, learning disabilities, eating disorders, addictions and sexual health. We are here to provide support for people through every stage of life. Our catchment area covers a range of vibrant and diverse communities, with over 100 first languages spoken, ranging from areas of deprivation to areas of affluence. We are committed to providing services that need the needs of the people who use them, and we actively encourage involvement from local people who can help make a difference.