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IAPT Service Coordinator – Allocation & Data

Do you have strong communication and organisational skills?

Are you a creative problem-solver with a commitment to excellent service delivery, and with a great eye for detail?

Do you who want to work for a not-for-profit organisation, using your skills and experience to make a real impact in the local community?

If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions then this could be the role for you. We are looking for a driven, enthusiastic and determined individual to take on this exciting new role within the IAPT and Bereavement Service.

• You will be part of a team that oversees the counselling and bereavement support provided to people in our community, helping us to achieve our purpose of;
“Making a difference to those in our community who need us because, we believe, every person matters, every day counts”
• To make a difference we need to ensure that we maximise access to our IAPT and Bereavement Service, running it efficiently to make the best use of the available resources.
• You will work closely with our counsellors to ensure the timely allocation of clients and coordinate the monthly IAPT Minimum Data Set collation, dealing with complex sets of client and service data.
• Take responsibility for accurate data recording and the production of reports to support service development, including training administrators in our sister hospices.
• You will be working with the IAPT and Bereavement Service Clinical and Business leads to implement new ways of working which support the growth of the service, such as remote counselling and digital data uploads.

• Excellent communication skills and experience of working with sensitive client information in a health, social care or bereavement setting.
• A minimum of two years data collation and analysis experience.
• A minimum of two years financial management experience.
• The ability to manage multiple priorities and deadlines to short timescales whilst ensuring high levels of accuracy and service performance.
• Excellent systems and database knowledge, including SystmOne.
• The ability to build constructive professional relationships.

• Superb professional development opportunities.
• Supportive working environment.
• Generous annual leave entitlement – 27 days’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays pro rata.
• Employee benefits package.
• Employee Assistance Programme.

Applications will be considered as they are received so you are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

Email contact: recruitment@peacehospicecare.org.uk

Role: IAPT Service Coordinator - Allocation & Data - (Part-time -30 hours per week over a minimum of four days per week)

Department: IAPT Service – Patient Services

Salary: £21,956 - £24,569 pa (Band C, pro rata to the hours worked)

Closing date:

Interviews scheduled: 24/02/21

If you are interested, then please contact Katharine Finn, Outpatient Service Deputy Team Lead to arrange an informal chat, email kfinn@peacehospicecare.org.uk

Apply here

• You will be part of a team that oversees the counselling and bereavement support provided to people in our community, helping us to achieve our purpose of;
“Making a difference to those in our community who need us because, we believe, every person matters, every day counts”
• To make a difference we need to ensure that we maximise access to our IAPT and Bereavement Service, running it efficiently to make the best use of the available resources.
• You will work closely with our counsellors to ensure the timely allocation of clients and coordinate the monthly IAPT Minimum Data Set collation, dealing with complex sets of client and service data.
• Take responsibility for accurate data recording and the production of reports to support service development, including training administrators in our sister hospices.
• You will be working with the IAPT and Bereavement Service Clinical and Business leads to implement new ways of working which support the growth of the service, such as remote counselling and digital data uploads.

• Excellent communication skills and experience of working with sensitive client information in a health, social care or bereavement setting.
• A minimum of two years data collation and analysis experience.
• A minimum of two years financial management experience.
• The ability to manage multiple priorities and deadlines to short timescales whilst ensuring high levels of accuracy and service performance.
• Excellent systems and database knowledge, including SystmOne.
• The ability to build constructive professional relationships.

• Superb professional development opportunities.
• Supportive working environment.
• Generous annual leave entitlement – 27 days’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays pro rata.
• Employee benefits package.
• Employee Assistance Programme.

Applications will be considered as they are received so you are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.