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Registrations Officer - EXPIRED

Job Title Registrations Officer - EXPIRED
Contract Type Permanent
Location London
Salary £21,806 - 25,654 per year
Job Published 10 Mar 2017
REF 59885DW
Contact Name OS Perm Team
Contact Email ss.perm@tpp.co.uk

Job Description - EXPIRED

An established regulatory body is seeking a Registration Officer to advise on the registration process to newly graduated health professionals as well as to assist current registrants with queries.

Attention to detail and accuracy with speed for repetitive tasks will be key as well as ability to draft high-quality letters and papers, ensuring excellent customer service at all times.

Main duties for the Registration Officer: 

Assess and register all UK qualified applications, ensuring that all evidence provided falls within the criteria for registration
Set up payment methods for newly qualified professionals
Organise and manage refunds to registrants as appropriate for both UK and Overseas
You will ensure complaints are responded to effectively and efficiently in line with internal procedures.                                                                                                                                                                         Update and maintain the register as appropriate
Assist the Registration Manager with removal requests

Essential criteria for the Registration Officer:

Educated to GCSE Level or equivalent in Maths and English at Grade C or above
Experience of working in a regulatory environment
Knowledge of database and record maintenance
Ability to use the full suite of Microsoft Office applications to Intermediate Level
Experience of working to tight deadlines

To apply for the Registration Officer role, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 59885DW. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.

We value diversity at TPP and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Ref: EXPIRED - 59885DW | Published: 10th Mar 2017