There are all sorts of interesting career paths you could follow in the Admin and Clerical Department. The possibilities are very broad.
You could start as a Receptionist, greeting and guiding patients, and develop through a range of supervisory and management roles, to become an Assistant General Manager of an entire Directorate, handling a budget worth tens of millions of pounds, and leading a team of 50 people or more.
You could begin in a basic customer coding role, helping to pinpoint the treatments we’re delivering, and then develop a career in our finance function, or in our informatics team, who help analyse medical data for research purposes. Or you could move into a communications role, liaising with patients to help keep them informed and up-to-date, or with the general public, to let them know about our work.
There’s also huge variety and job satisfaction to be had staying in one role. For example, as a Ward Clerk, you could move from oncology, where you’ll build a strong relationship with patients and their families, helping to support them through weeks or months of treatment, or you could work in the adrenaline fuelled A&E ward, helping to deal with emergencies. The possibilities are very broad.