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Medical Auditor - Band 5 - Northamptonshire

Up to £ 19.00 per hour - Equipment Types - Bio/Medical Engineering - Private
Ref: 248 Date Posted: Tuesday 07 Aug 2018
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Our Client requires a number of experienced medical engineers to provide additional support for a leading General NHS Hospital in the South Midlands.

The Trust is currently updating its medical devices asset database and needs to collate an acccurate assessment of its medical devices inventory.

You will be leading a number of junior auditors and systematically surveying all working areas of the hospital, identifying patient connected medical devices, recording their essential details in order to create an accurate and updated record of their medical devices asset database.  The exercise is anticipated to take approximately one month during which time you will have surveyed the main hospital site and a number of smaller ancillary locations.

This is going to be a great opportunity for a medical engineer to demonstrate their leadership skills

The role will require a person who can show good knowledge of medical equipment combined with intitaitve and speed. You will also need to combine these skills with accuracy and IT skills in using excel or simple databases.   You will need to be a good confident communicator as you are going to be encountering many different people of all levels who work within the Trust.

If you think that you have this skills to be successful in this role and are available for work in the next few weeks then contact us immediately.  

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