Administration Officer - NHS Counter Fraud Authority
Type: Long-term temporary Salary: £11.50 / hour
Location: NHS England, Skipton House, London Road, SE1 6LH
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If you're looking to expand your skills in a professional, credible environment, we would like to offer you the perfect opportunity.
Brook Street has been chosen as a recruitment partner to hire temporary admin and clerical workers for central government departments across the UK - giving you the chance to gain credible experience in the public sector.
We are currently recruiting on behalf of a local government department for an Administration Officer in London. This is an ongoing, long-term temporary assignment, working Monday-Friday (9am-5pm) and many of these opportunities offer a significant pay increase on completion of 12 weeks in the same department.
The NHS Counter Fraud Authority (NHSCFA) is a special health authority charged with the identification, investigation and prevention of fraud within the NHS.
Our mission is to lead the fight against fraud affecting the NHS and wider health service, and protect vital resources intended for patient care. Our vision is for an NHS which can protect its valuable resources from fraud. Our purpose is to lead the NHS in protecting its resources by using intelligence to understand the nature of fraud risks, investigate serious and complex fraud, reduce its impact and
The role based in the Corporate Communications Development team will be key in supporting the achievement of the teams objectives set out within the 2018/19 Business Plan.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1 To support the Organisation Development Units Corporate Development Team with the planning and development of the staff internal conference.
2 Preparation of letters, reports, power point presentations and other items in the NHSCFA house style, portraying a professional image of the organisation at all times.
3 To a point of contact for telephone queries for the Organisational Development Corporate Communications Team in relation to the 2018/19 business plan objectives and to take messages and forward queries as appropriate and in a timely manner.
4 Organise steering groups / team meetings / internal and external conference events, use electronic diaries, including seeking the availability of attendees, arranging travel, accommodation, booking of venues and arranging of room facilities including layout and catering.
5 Produce and distribute meeting documents including agendas and minutes.
6 Work under general direction, using own initiative, within a clear framework of accountability.
7 To develop and maintain databases, spreadsheets and schedules to support the work of the team, including creating and maintaining systems for the effective and accurate collation of information.
8 Where requests for information have been submitted, the post holder will monitor the receipt of the information and follow up outstanding requests in a timely manner as required.
9 To be able to respond to the team's needs in relation to problem solving of workloads and IT issues and at short notice if required.
10 Assess and resolve day-to-day issues as they arise to ensure minimum disruption to the smooth running of the Corporate Communications team.
11 To create and maintain manual and electronic filing systems.
12 To work under own initiative and act on behalf of senior managers as required.
13 To act in a professional, efficient and confidential manner when responding to urgent or short notice requests and / or enquiries.
14 Ensure that all work is consistently delivered within agreed timescales
15 To support routes of communication internally and externally within NHSCFA and with outside agencies.
16 Ordering equipment and business consumables ensuring cost effectiveness and value for money.
17 To ensure prompt circulation of documents to the team and externally.
18 To actively engage in and support the work undertaken in the Corporate Communications Team
19 Prioritise and adjust own workload to take into account competing priorities.
20 On occasions, work outside normal office hours and / or sometimes for hours in excess of a standard working day.
21 On some occasions travel across the country and stay overnight.
22 To undertake any other duties that may be required to meet the need of the service.
Standard benefits of working for central government / wider public sector:
- Access to a Workplace Pension
- Minimum of 35 days holiday (pro rata) following 12 consecutive weeks in the same department
- Potential for long-term or multiple temp assignments once you hold security clearance
- Pay increase after 12 continuous weeks in the majority of departments
To apply for this role, or other central government positions, please complete the online registration at www.brookstreet.co.uk/gov-apply