Medical Secretary
Ref: CYG06118

  • Location
  • Cygnet Woking, Redding Way, Knaphill, Woking GU21 2QS
  • Salary
  • £8,012.77
  • Hours
  • Part Time
  • Closing date
  • 06/09/2019

    If you want to make a difference and ensure people can achieve their goals and get the most out of life, then we would love to welcome you to the team.


    Cygnet Hospital Woking offers a range of secure mental health services for men and women. Cygnet Lodge Woking, our sister hospital close by, provides a high dependency inpatient rehabilitation service for men and extends our care pathway.


    In this role you’ll:

    • To provide a high standard of secretarial support to the Consultant Psychiatrists and members of the medical team.
    • To establish a good working relationship with clinicians and professionals involved in patient care.
    • To understand and demonstrate the appropriate need for discretion and confidentiality relating to all patients.
    • To prioritise and produce high quality reports including admission, discharge summaries and mental health tribunal reports.

    We're looking for people who have:

    • • Microsoft IT skills
    • • GCSE Maths and English or equivalent level of numeracy and literacy
    • • Experience in a similar role
    • • Excellent communication skills and a pleasant demeanour
    • • Educated RSA 2 typing with experience of audio transcription

    In return we’ll offer you:

    • Employee Discount Scheme
    • DBS paid
    • Regular coaching and support
    • 5 weeks plus birthday and anniversary leave
    • Length of service awards
    • Fully paid comprehensive induction training for all new starters
    • Paid DBS/PVG
    • Free parking
    • Courtesy meals and refreshments whilst on shift
    • Shopping and entertainment discount scheme (over 800 retailers)
    • Cycle to Work scheme
    • Training and development opportunities


    Please note: successful candidates will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check.

    Ready to make a positive change? Please click on the ‘apply now’ link below.


    All successful applicants will be required to become a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG) in respect of regulated work with protected adults and regulated work with children. A PVG certificate contains all unspent and certain spent conviction information. It also contains any other non-conviction information that the police or other

    government bodies think is relevant. Disclosure Scotland continually monitor PVG scheme members' records for vetting information including criminal convictions that may affect their suitability to work with vulnerable groups.

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