Position: Database Administrator
Department: Clinical Management/Income Generation
Hours: Full Time 37.5 hours per week (part-time hours will be considered)
Location:Hybrid home and the Hospice, Aylesford, Maidstone
Salary: £21,730 per annum (full time)
Closing Date:Midnight Sunday 19 March 2023
Interview Date:Monday 27 March 2023
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Database Administrator to join the database team.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a well-known organisation and work as part of a passionate and experienced team. Youll work with colleagues and volunteers across the Hospice, building strong relationships across all teams.
If you would like to talk more about the opportunity informally before applying, please email Christina Eldridge, Head of Information and Quality Assurance firstname.lastname@example.org
DBS Check required
We warmly welcomeand encourage participation from all irrespective of culture, race, ethnicity,disability, religious or spiritual beliefs, gender, age, sexual orientation, sexualidentity or employment status.
Registered Charity No 298164
Main duties of the job
You will be responsible for not only ensuring monthly reports are completed on time but will also support the Head of Information and Quality Assurance with data projects and be involved in the development of databases.
You will also support fundraising and clinical colleagues by providing reports on information necessary to fulfil their roles when needed.
Develop and maintain effective databases to support the work of clinical and non-clinical colleagues and assist with clinical meetings where required, duties including booking meeting rooms, sending out supporting documentation and any administrative follow up actions as required
Heart of Kent Hospice, established in 1991, provides exceptional care for people facing the challenge of living with a terminal illness in Maidstone, Aylesford, Tonbridge, Malling and surrounding areas. The Hospice has built an excellent reputation within the local community for the quality of our care which has been further endorsed by the Care Quality Commission who gave the Hospice an overall rating of Outstanding following an inspection in February 2017.
Last year we cared for over 1,700 patients and their families. Our services cost £5 million a year to run, with over £4 million raised through the generosity of our local community.
We pride ourselves on being a value driven behaviour-based organisation. A willingness to embrace the Hospice Cultural Framework is paramount.
15 February 2023
£21,730 a year
Support the Head of Information and Quality Assurance with data projects including but not restricted to data cleansing, collation of information and data analysis.
Support the Head of Information and Quality Assurance to develop and maintain effective databases to support the work of clinical and non clinical colleagues.
Provide support to clinical meetings where required, duties including booking meeting rooms, sending out supporting documentation and any administrative follow up actions as required
Have an understanding of and operate within the General Data Protection Regulation guidance and other data legislation in order for the Hospice to protect the data it holds on individuals.
- Experience of working with databases
- Proven ability to accurately input data
- Proven ability to produce reports/documents
- Confident computer literacy skills and experience
- Educated to GCSE level of equivalent