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Fixed term or secondment for 12 months due to the improvement in service delivery
*Secondment Opportunity – Existing permanent NHS employees must first discuss this opportunity with their substantive line manager and complete the secondment request form prior to interview. The secondment request form and the associated secondment policy can be found on the HR/Recruitment intranet pages and must be completed and signed by the substantive line manager. The Candidate should then take it with them to interview as confirmation that an agreement has been granted.
An opportunity has arisen within NHS Forth Valley for an enthusiastic, highly motivated and efficient individual to join the Cancer Audit Tracking Department in the role of Cancer Patient Pathway Co-ordinator.
The successful candidate will be responsible for tracking all suspected cancer referrals and confirmed cancer patients, monitoring their pathway in accordance with cancer waiting times. We are looking for an organised individual who is able to work proactively and independently to ensure government targets are met. Require excellent communication skills, to build and maintain a variety of working relationships within existing teams. Proficient computer skills are required as you will need to input and collate data across a number of computer systems and have the ability to prioritise workload to ensure that tight deadlines are met.
You must have experience within an NHS administrative setting with previous medical terminology and working knowledge of Microsoft packages.
Hours of work are Monday to Friday 07.30 to 15.30.
The duties of this post require the successful candidate to complete a Standard Police Act Disclosure Scotland Check.
For informal enquiries contact, Lauren Dick, Cancer Audit Tracking Business Manager- Direct line 01324 567463
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NHS Forth Valley is positive about disabled people and is committed to offering an interview to disabled people who meet the minimum criteria for the job. Please contact the Recruitment Office on 0330 041 4694 if there are any reasonable adjustments we can make to assist you with your application and/or interview.
NHS Scotland is committed to encouraging equality and diversity among our workforce and eliminating unlawful discrimination. The aim is for our workforce to be truly representative and for each employee to feel respected and able to give their best. To this end, NHS Scotland welcomes applications from all sections of society.