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Job vacancy

Administrative Assistant

15 hours per week (£9.24 per hour depending on experience)

A new opportunity has arisen for an experienced administrator to join our clerical team at Wareham Surgery. Knowledge of Excel and Word are essential as are good communication skills.

Previous experience in NHS administration is an advantage.

Applicants must be motivated to learn and be able to work as part of a team, and be flexible to cover colleagues' absence.


Click on the links for a job description and application form please

Closing date 20.01.19

Local Scam

We have had a report of a local elderly patient being contacted by someone claiming to represent the surgery asking for payment.  We will only request payment for non-NHS services that you have requested.  If you are in any doubt, do not provide payment details and contact the surgery to check.  You may also wish to inform the local police. Thank you.

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