These are apprenticeships, support services and administrative jobs on offer at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals right now

Lancashire Teaching Hospitals currently have vacancies across the following sectors: nursing and midwifery, medical and dental, health science, administration, support services and apprenticeships

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Below we've listed some of the latest administrative roles and apprenticeships. You can find out more about the positions listed here and more on the Lancashire Teaching Hospitals website

Main area: Business Intelligence. Grade: 3.90 per hour. Contract: Fixed term for apprenticeship duration. Hours: Full Time 37.5 Hours Per Week
The successful applicant will be responsible to maintain and further develop in-house web, intranet and other bespoke applications. Salary 21,089 - 23,761 Per Annum, Pro Rata
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated individual with an interest in data analysis and an ability to collate, manipulate and format data mapped to quality evidence.
The Operational Estates Team at Lancashire Teaching Hospital Foundation Trust are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic person to join the Estates and Facilities Department.
The successful candidate will assist with all associated duties connected with the delivery of staff and patient meal services. They will deal with food service in areas including wards
As well as dealing with Trust financial transactions, the post holder also supports the Patient Bereavement Service at Chorley and patient reception services at Chorley Hospital
You will be given opportunities to develop your analytical skills with a forward thinking, technically driven service that supports the continued development of informatics provision within the Trust.
The successful candidates will manage defined projects, ensure all stakeholders and project teams have a clear understanding of the objectives, timescales and their responsibilities
You will be given opportunities to develop your analytical skills with a forward thinking, technically driven service that supports the continued development of informatics provision within the Trust.
The applicant is required to be a registered Midwife although it should be noted that this role is a management position and will not include clinical duties.
The successful candidates will play an active part in the ongoing promotion and delivery of best practice in clinical audit, and contribute to continuous improvement in the quality of clinical care.
This post will be based at Royal Preston Hospital but will include direct involvement with various IT projects, some of which will include doing tasks at all Trust sites.
The post holder will provide a comprehensive secretarial and administrative service to the Antenatal and Newborn Screening Team
As well as providing high quality support to the Business and Clinical Managers, the role will also support the Radiography Professional Lead and the wider multi-disciplinary team
You will need to possess excellent secretarial, interpersonal and communication skills to liaise with a whole range of different personnel from within the organisation and other service users.
The person undertaking this role should be conversant with Healthroster V10, Employee On-Line, and job Planning and M&D terms and conditions.
The post holder will be responsible for the co-ordination of the teaching programmes for our GP and Core Medical trainees. They will work as part of the wider Postgraduate team
The successful applicant will be responsible for supporting the Safeguarding Team with a wide range of administrative duties in safeguarding vulnerable adults, children and their families
The post holder will be responsible for supporting administration within the Major Trauma Service working closely with individuals from Specialties across the Trust.