KEY RELATIONSHIPS: Primary and Secondary School staff, Child Health Information Service, General Practice.
HOURS: 37.5 hours per week Monday to Friday. The role to be based at Cudmore House, Truro, but there will be a requirement for the role holder to provide administration support for immunisations at schools across Cornwall. This position is to cover maternity leave and will be for 6 months in the first instance with the possibility to extend.
Overview: Kernow Health CIC is a wholly owned GP organisation for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. We are part of the successful coalition that from 1st April 2016 delivers Adult Community Health Services in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly (our partners are Cornwall Partnership Foundation Trust and Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust).
We are also already delivering a Community Education Provider Network, community dermatology services and components of a new Children and Young Persons Eating Disorder Service and Practice Nurse Development. Since 30th November 2017 we are also delivering a new integrated urgent care service (combined 111 / Out of Hours) for Cornwall; we are working with partners to deliver this new service.
We have been delivering a school-based immunisations service for children and young people in Cornwall since October 2016. Since this time Kernow Health CIC nurses have immunised approximately 30,000 primary school children against flu and approximately 11,250 secondary school children against HPV, Meningitis ACWY and Tetanus, Diphtheria and Polio boosters in the first year. The second year of secondary school immunisations is now underway.
We are a small agile team that is highly supportive and flexible. We have strong values that can be found on our website kernowhealthcic.org.uk/. People that work for our organisation need to be prepared to work hard and go the extra mile, but if you do this, you will be rewarded with great job satisfaction.
We are looking to appoint an outstanding administrator to join our team to support the delivery of the School Immunisation Programme; this person will need to be efficient, motivated and dedicated. They must also have solid organisational skills, be really ‘can do’ and adaptable and be proficient in the use of MS Word and Excel. You will need a driving licence and have access to a car.
If this sounds like you and you want to work in a dynamic GP owned new business that puts what it earns back into delivering great patient care, then we want to hear from you.
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Maria Harvey or Michele Boyce on 01872 221101.