Posted Tuesday 27th June 2023
The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice is a well-established charity located within Bellahouston Park, Glasgow. The hospice provides specialist palliative care for people with a life-limiting, progressive illness, and support for their families and carers. Patients are at the centre of all that we do and as part of our dedicated administration team you will play a key role in ensuring a professional, patient-centred service for our patients and families.
The role is to assist the Lead for Collaborative Training and Education by providing a fully comprehensive administrative service. This will include the coordination, planning, set up and evaluation of training and education opportunities for internal staff/volunteers and external partners and participants.
You will provide high quality, efficient administrative services, primarily to the Lead for Collaborative Training & Education, including support in ensuring the smooth day to day running of education and training opportunities, both in person and online events. You will be a point of contact for educational placements and for the education and training department, including dealing with enquiries, bookings, recording, evaluation, advice and guidance in a professional and timely manner.
We require you to possess excellent IT skills, a confident telephone manner and be accustomed to managing conflicting priorities of a varied workload.
This exciting opportunity to join a forward-thinking, innovative charity offers attractive terms and conditions along with a comprehensive training and education programme
To request an application pack, please email to email@example.com or for further information contact the hospice HR department on 0141 429 9886 or complete the form below.
If you have not heard from the Hospice within 2 weeks of the closing date, then please assume that your application has been unsuccessful or that your application was received after the closing date stated above.
The Hospice is an Equal Opportunities employer and we make appointments on merit.
We welcome applications from women and men of any ethnic group, religious belief, marital status and sexual orientation, or who have disabilities.
Our premises have wheelchair access and are a smoke-free zone.
This position is subject to a Disclosure Scotland check.