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The surgery doors and main surgery switchboard will close on Wednesday 22nd November between 13.00 and 15.30

and Wednesday 13th December between 13:00 and 15.00 for Staff Training and Practice Development.

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Vacancies

 


Current Vacancy:  Assistant Practice Manager


Monkfield Medical Practice (MMP) is looking for an enthusiastic individual preferably with experience of working in primary care to support the Practice Manager in the smooth running of the practice’s day to day operational functions. The successful candidate will contribute towards the development of the practice to meet the current and future needs of the patients as well as the vision of the Partners.


The Assistant Practice Manager will be supported and empowered to work using their own initiative to develop their team and the work flow within the practice.


The Partners at MMP aim to create an open, honest and focused working environment enabling staff to support the patients and deliver safe, quality care.


The successful candidate will be a highly motivated, forward thinking leader, who has the desire to shape and develop themselves, their team and the practice. In return we will support and develop you and give you experience in working within a fast paced and challenging environment.


Informal enquires are welcome, please contact the Practice Manager Hannah Crisford on 01954 282 153.


Job description and person specification can be viewed below



This is a permanent, part time position, 24 hours over 3 days, £12.50 per hour.


Please apply with your CV and a covering letter to: Mrs Hannah Crisford, Practice Manager admin.mmp@nhs.net.


Closing Date: Monday 27th November 2017 



Assistant PM job description and person spec 


 


 



 



 
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