NHS Apprenticeships in Finance – Because money needs to be wisely spent…
Working life as an NHS Apprenticeship in Finance
Working as a finance apprentice in the NHS is crucial to the organisations functioning. Are you interested in figures and money? Do you like to think methodically? Are you honest with the ability to meet deadlines? If so, an NHS Apprenticeship in Finance may be the answer you’ve been looking for.
You’ll be ensuring finances are well run and budgets are managed effectively as well as auditing to ensure money is spent correctly. You might also be working in the NHS payroll department taking care of employees salaries, handling goods and purchasing goods in either the accounts or procurement departments.
What roles are there in finance with the NHS?
You could work in any of the following roles in finance with the NHS:
accounts assistant or accounts payable clerk
finance officer or procurement officer
finance clerk or finance assistant
accounting technician or management accountant
payroll manager, finance director or head of finance
NHS Apprenticeship Progression Routes
There are plenty of progression routes in the NHS, with experience, you could move into roles such as team leader, supervisor, head of finance or you could choose to be responsible for a specific department. The opportunities are limitless. Check out the NHS employer profile for more information.
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