We have an exciting opportunity for a part-time Administrator to join our team in Oxford, working as part of a small, dedicated healthcare team and responsible of delivering excellent patient care.

      Opcare Ltd, part of the international healthcare company Ability Matters Group Ltd, is one of the largest suppliers of artificial limb, orthotic, and posture and mobility services to the NHS in England. We consistently deliver a first class service for users, whilst applying the most advanced and exciting clinical and technical solutions available to patients.

      Job role summary

      • Provide specialist administration to support users of the Prosthetic service;
      • Provide front line service in a healthcare environment acting as the first contact point in arranging patient appointments/referrals and responding to enquiries from internal and external parties;
      • Liaise with clients and suppliers as required to arrange/chase orders, deliveries, collections and maintenance visits, as well as check goods in and prepare accordingly for clinics;
      • Ensure appropriate communication is maintained with service users, carers and professionals by telephone and email, taking into account communication difficulties and needs of the client group;
      • Co-ordinate the works of Clinical staff to ensure maximum efficiency is achieved and support services are arranged as needed. This includes management of diaries and provision of detailed daily worksheets where required;
      • Work as a team member to provide a shared approach to tasks within the department, providing cover for other support staff during periods of sickness and annual leave;
      • Input data of orders and referrals into our dedicated information databases and the local NHS Trust information databases

      What we can offer

      • Competitive salary
      • Incremental holiday allowance 33 days per annum including bank holidays (will be pro rata’d due to part time hours)
      • Refer a friend incentive scheme
      • Ongoing internal and external training and courses

      What experience you will need:

      • Excellent organisational and prioritisation skills;
      • Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
      • Confident in using computers (additional training will be provided for our systems);
      • Microsoft excel and word experience;
      • Able to use own initiative and seek advice when required;
      • Good team player and excellent customer service skills

      To apply please send your CV to as soon as possible.

      Ability Matters Group Limited are an equal opportunities employer, we have a clear goal of driving diversity and inclusion across all operations of the group.

      The Government recently announced their intention to make COVID-19 Vaccination for all patient facing staff compulsory from April 2022, unless the person has a valid medical exemption. Please bear this in mind when making your application as you will need to demonstrate that you meet this requirement by the 1st April 2022.

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