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Administrative and Clerical

The roles of admin and clerical staff within the Trust are varied. These roles provide support to both clinical and corporate departments and are vital to ensure the smooth operation of the whole Trust.

Clinical administration roles include supervisors, ward clerks, receptionists, booking assistants, pathway co-coordinators

Testimonials from colleagues 2021

Matthew Smith - Lead for E-Rostering

"I began as a support officer for e-rostering and two years later took over as the lead for e-rostering. My role proves me with the opportunity to work with a range of people and specialities across the Trust, and fills me with a sense of pride that by supporting front line staff, my role indirectly helps the service patients receive."

Emily Davis - Patient Pathway Manager

"I started in September 2016 in Gastroenterology as Band 2 Patient Pathway Support; I then quickly progressed within Gastroenterology into a Band 4 Patient Co-ordinator role where i built upon my knowledge of the Trust.

During the four years I was in this role I completed learning and developement courses including 'investment in excellence', 'winning at interviews' and completed the leadership and management ILM 3 diploma. On finishing the diploma it let to me becoming a Band 6 Patient Pathway Manager."

Derek Walsh - IT projects

"Of all the places in which I have worked over the years, the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust stands out high above them all. There is a strong collective essence of community here which sets it apart. Walking the corridors whether on my way to a job or on-going project, I never fail to be struck by this sense of community. 
On a career level, since coming to work in 2007, I have from day one been afforded the important opportunity to learn new skills and progress in my area of employment. People are always on hand to impart what they know to others in order to develop them career wise, and to increase their skill set."

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