Pinnacle Volunteer

Bishop Auckland, Spennymoor, Peterlee, Seaham, Consett, Crook/Willington, Chester le Street, Stanley, Durham City


Pinnacle is an online platform used by clinics to document any vaccinations or immunisations.

During the vaccination clinic the Pinnacle user would be responsible for adding the demographic information to the system and populating vaccination details with the clinician responsible for the immunisation.

This is a data entry role, and the volunteer will be required to sign a volunteer agreement and adhere to GDPR regulations at all times.

The volunteer will receive full training by a member of the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) prior to attending any of the clinics.

This role is on an 'as and when required' basis and shifts may be requested at the short notice.

Responsibilities

You will be inputting data into the Pinnacle system to document relevant information about the patient’s vaccination.

Skills & Qualities

Computer literate. Full training will be provided.

When & Where?

Various Locations across the County

Training and Support Offered/Expenses

Full induction and training will be provided prior to commencement of the role.
Any out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed.

Volunteer Benefits

Full PPE will be provided during each session.
Facilities are on site to ensure hygiene procedures are followed.
Support and inductions from Volunteer Co-ordinator prior to taking up your role.
There will be a designated manager for you to report to who will provide onsite management and guidance
Opportunity to develop new skills and gain new experiences.
The chance to be part of the fight against Covid-19

Other Information

Please note you will be applying to be part of a bank of volunteers across 13 County Durham Sites. At this stage the demand for volunteers is unknown and likely to vary across vaccination centres and it will be helpful to us if you could be as flexible as possible in the hours, days that you can offer and also to be available at short notice.

Flexibility is required by volunteers as vaccine deliveries can arrive later or earlier than expected and volunteers may be required to stand down from planned activity and if possible also attend a session at very short notice

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