Job vacancy details

Clinical Administrator

Care Directorate
£17,210.62 (FTE £27,537) per annum
Permanent - Part Time
22.5 hours per week
Closing date:
25 February 2024

Location:    Bromley


Department:  Clinical Administration 


Hours:   22.5 hours per week 


Salary:  £17,210.62 (FTE £27,537) per annum


We are currently seeking an able and emotionally resilient administrator to join our busy Clinical Admin Team. This important customer focussed role acts as an interface with patients and their families as well as healthcare professionals and external stakeholders who wish to refer to St Christopher’s services. The Clinical Admin team routinely provide the administration support for Community teams across Bromley, Croydon, Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham (LSL), as well as supporting Social Work, Welfare and Bereavement, CBT and Supportive Care.


Clinical Administrators work flexibly to cover the clinical admin demands across all clinical areas, including the SPoC service rota, which runs across a 7-day week, 364 days a year. Each Clinical Administrator is required to work as part of an on-call weekend rota, frequency to be agreed. 


To succeed in this role 

  • You will be skilled in performing administrative tasks and duties, which should include entering patient data into an electronic system with accuracy and speed. 
  • You will excel at working as part of a team and on your own initiative.
  • You should possess excellent customer service skills including a good telephone manner and excellent listening skills. 
  • It is also important that you understand the need to safeguard our vulnerable adults, and you are able prioritise large workloads successfully.


For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Maureen Kennedy-Brooks on 01689 892 965 or

Closing Date:   25.02.2024

Provisional Interview Date: W/c 4th March 2024



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For any queries, please contact our recruitment line on 0208 768 4680

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