Due to continued expansion of the Single Point of Access, the Doncaster Care Group is looking to appoint a highly motivated and enthusiastic call handler within the team, supporting a large number of multi-disciplinary services, including mental health and physical health. Successful candidates would be required to work a variety of shifts covering a 24 hour rota to ensure effective service delivery.
As the first point of contact for our service users and other professionals, you will need to have excellent customer service skills and a helpful and friendly approach.
It is important that you are able to work effectively in a fast paced office environment, handling large volumes of telephone calls, some of which may be challenging to deal with. You will need to be flexible and adaptable to the varying demands and changing circumstances and priorities of the services. Communication and team working are essential qualities to succeed in this role.
You should be able to use a PC and standard software packages including Outlook, Microsoft Word and Excel. SystmOne experience is desirable but not essential as full training will be given.
Essential requirements for this post are RSA II Typing/Word Processing (or equivalent), and a good standard of education (5 GCSE’s including Grade C or above in English and Mathematics or equivalent). Experience of working in a call handling environment or previous experience of working in the NHS would be advantageous.
For an informal discussion and further details, please contact Rosanna Howe (01302 566745) or Grace Kydd on (01302 566753) or email: email@example.com or Grace.Kydd@nhs.net
Interview Date: 27 November 2020
We reserve the right to close down this advert early should there be a high number of applicants.
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