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Specialist Applications Team Coordinator (12-month FTC)

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  • Job
    Mid Level
  • Business, Operations & Strategy
  • £33.7K
  • Manchester


  • We support a range of flexible working options. Minimum of one set day per week (Tuesday) required in office, with the expectation that this is increased where there is an operational requirement, for example during induction of new colleagues.


  • This involves supervision and support of the Specialist Applications team members, ensuring applications are processed in accordance with defined procedures, targets are met, and decisions issued within required timeframes.
  • The Team Coordinator acts as a point of contact for escalated or complex queries in relation to individual applications, and key contact for a selection of Royal Colleges and Faculties. They will coordinate the team’s response to appeals, whilst undertaking assistant registrar decisions, managing audits and leading on applicant/evaluator events. This role often requires leading on/contributing to pieces of improvement or project work.


What are the key responsibilities of the Specialist Applications Team Coordinator role?

The key responsibilities of the role include providing supervisory and organisational support for a team processing applications for entry onto the Specialist and GP Register, coordinating team responses to appeals, managing audits, and leading on improvement projects.

What are the essential skills required for the Specialist Applications Team Coordinator role?

The essential skills required for the role are detailed in the job description, but they include strong leadership and organisational abilities, excellent communication skills, and the ability to manage complex queries and projects effectively.

What are the working hours for the Specialist Applications Team Coordinator role?

The role offers a range of flexible working options, with a minimum of one set day per week required in the office. Additional time may be required based on operational needs, such as during new colleague inductions.

How should I apply for the Specialist Applications Team Coordinator role?

To apply for the role, you should submit a CV and covering letter outlining how you meet the essential skills required for the role, along with your reasons for applying. Failure to provide this information may result in your application not being progressed.

What benefits are offered to employees in the Specialist Applications Team Coordinator role?

Employees in this role benefit from 30 days holiday, a generous employer pension contribution, access to learning and development opportunities, flexible working patterns, discounts at various stores, private medical insurance, an employee assistance programme, and more.

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The General Medical Council (GMC) is the independent regulator of doctors in the UK. We are committed to protecting patients. We promote good medical practice and high standards of medical education and training. We register and license doctors to practise medicine in the UK to make sure that all doctors have the right knowledge, skills and experience to provide safe, high quality care to patients. Where any doctor fails to meet our standards, we act to protect future patients from harm. We are a registered charity in England and Wales (1089278) and Scotland (SC037750).