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Business Support Administrator

Location: NEW OLLERTON, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE Salary: 7.50 - 8.80 GBP Per Hour
Sector: Business Support Job Type: Temporary
Shift Type: FULL TIME Applications: N/A
Posted: 12 months ago Reference: 3057600


We are looking for a dynamic Business Support Administrator to join the Data Input Team at Sherwood Energy Village. The team undertake data inputting activities on the Mosaic system for Adult Social Care, Health and Public Protection. The system is used to record information about people who receive social care and support and to arrange their services once needs have been identified and their personal budget allocated.

The role will involve:
? Extracting information from a support plan that has been input onto Mosaic by social care staff, to record (or commission) the care and support services that have been selected for individual service users.
? Ensuring that the support plan and personal budget allocated have been approved by the Team Manager and that the financial information used to select services is accurate and balances.
? Communicating with social care staff by phone and in person to resolve commissioning episodes where the financial information does not balance or where information is missing.
? Notifying social care staff and finance teams when services have been commissioned.
We are looking for people who have the following skills and attributes:
? Good IT skills.
? An ability to process information accurately.
? An aptitude for prioritising workloads, working under pressure and delivering against deadlines.
? A good standard of mathematical competence.
? Good communication skills.
? A capacity to maintain confidentiality within an open office environment.
? An ability to work closely with other Business Support colleagues to ensure a consistent approach across localities.
? A commitment to developing good working relationships with social care teams.
? A commitment to working alongside social care and IT colleagues to refine processes and to ensure that the County Council continues to improve the way in which it delivers outcomes for service users.


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