Job vacancy details

SystmOne (S1) Training and Operations Coordinator

Department:
Care Directorate
Salary:
£29,189 - £30,476 per annum
Type:
Permanent - Full Time
Hours:
36 hours per week
Location:
Sydenham
Closing date:
18 July 2024

SystmOne (S1) Training and Operations Coordinator

Location:                             Sydenham

Department:                      Care Directorate

Hours:                                   36 hours per week

Salary:                                   £29,189 - £30,476

 

About us

This is a fantastic opportunity to work at a leading Hospice who aspires to a world in which all dying people and those close to them have access to care and support, whenever and wherever they need it. St Christopher’s Hospice was founded in 1967 by Dame Cicely Saunders and formed part of the modern hospice movement. 

Your new role 

Do you possess excellent ICT skills with the ability to learn and implement new systems with ease? Are you experienced with coordinating and delivering training to staff from different departments? Then this may be the perfect role for you!

We have an exciting opportunity that has arisen to join our dedicated Care Directorate, as the SystmOne (S1) Training and Operations Coordinator. The system is a complex patient database used for a variety of reporting purposes, as well as maintaining an up-to-date record of the care and support given to our beneficiaries (patients, carers, child and adult bereavement clients) in the hospice, and in the communities we serve. You will be responsible for providing operational and system support, guidance, training and expertise in the application and use of SystmOne across the organisation. You will be the first point-of-contact for day-to-day S1 queries at St Christopher’s, whilst maintaining the system and implementing updates where necessary, working closely with both the S1 technical and clinical leads.  You will work across both sites in Sydenham and Orpington.

 

To succeed in this role

  • You will be an expert in the use of all Microsoft packages and be a whizz at learning new systems. 
  • Having experience using S1 would be a huge bonus but not essential, as training will be provided.
  • You will bring with you experience in developing and delivering training packages to staff, and be able to effectively manage change, anticipating the needs of the care team.
  • As this is a very interactive role, it is essential that you are able to communicate effectively with people across all disciplines and departments, and have the ability to build rapports, trust and confidence with colleagues.
  • You will be the first point of contact for day to day queries

If this sounds like you, we will be excited to hear from you!

What you will get in return

  • A stimulating and rewarding career 
  • In addition, you will benefit from access to excellent training and development opportunities
  • A number of health and wellbeing schemes
  • A competitive contributory pension scheme and life assurance scheme with generous beneficiary plan. 
  • You will also have access to free off street parking nearby and onsite staff canteen.

Please have a look at our website for further information on all aspects of St Christopher’s at www.stchristophers.org.uk and to apply for this position, please click the ‘Apply Online’ button below.

Closing Date:  18th July 2024

 

Provisional Interview Date: 31st July 2024

 

In the event we receive a high amount of applications, we reserve the right to close the job earlier than the initial closing date.

 

 


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

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  • Offer an interview to disabled people
  • Anticipate and provide reasonable adjustments as required
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