Careers | The Edinburgh Clinic


At The Edinburgh Clinic we aim to create a positive and enjoyable working environment for our staff. The Edinburgh Clinic is a member of Aspen Healthcare, which owns seven other hospitals throughout England.

Clinical staff

Registered Nurse

Hours Available: 20hrs permanent contract

Salary range: Dependant on experience

Registered nurse required for Outpatient and Ophthalmic Department at The Edinburgh Clinic.


The role of the Registered Nurse is to;

  • Deliver a high standard of individualised patient care, being sensitive to patients needs for respect, dignity and privacy
  • Provide a high standard of practice and holistic care at all times
  • Ensure that the agreed standards of patient care are maintained in accordance with Aspen Policies
  • Promote best clinical practice in line with Aspen Healthcare policies and procedures


  • Registered with the NMC
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Evidence of ability to work effectively in a team environment and independently as required
  • Flexibility and adaptability to meet the changing needs of the business
  • Excellent Customer Service skills
  • Good Computer Skills at a level to meet the requirements of the position
  • Relevant post registration courses appropriate to the post

Previous private healthcare and ophthalmic experience is desirable.

To apply, please respond attaching your completed application form to Shona Payne, HR Administrator by email

Applications without the completed form will not be considered.


Healthcare Assistant

Hours Available: Permanent/Full-time (37.5hrs)

Salary range: Dependant on experience

Healthcare assistant required for Outpatient Department at The Edinburgh Clinic. Previous Healthcare Assitant experience required. Working towards SVQ Level 2-3 desirable but not essential.

To apply, please respond attaching your completed application form to Shona Payne, HR Administrator by email

Applications without the completed form will not be considered.


Non-Clinical staff

Patient Administrator (Permanent/Full-Time)

The Edinburgh Clinics’ commitment to deliver exceptional levels of Customer Service was recently presented with the WorldHost Recognition Award, following our completion of WorldHost Training.

Our focus is on our patients and providing them with the best private heatlhcare experience possible. The role of a patient administrator is to positively present The Edinburgh Clinic to the public whilst supporting and enhancing the patient journey through the clinic.

Main Job duties will include:

  • Greeting and registering patients
  • Ensuring patients complete necessary paperwork prior to their appointment.
  • Liaising with all Consultants, GPs, Consultant staff, Referrers and other departments within the clinic.
  • Booking of patients into all clinic departments – Imaging, OPD, Theatre, Physiotherapy etc
  • Dealing with enquiries and making appointments via telephone, e-mail, fax, and in person.
  • Creating patient accounts: raising invoices; taking payment.
  • To provide an efficient and courteous service for all patients, visitors and staff.
  • To ensure that the telephone/switchboard is answered promptly and callers are transferred to the relevant department.
  • To maintain records, including paper based and data systems and to enter data into systems as required. Ensuring all reports are forwarded to relevant referrers.

All employees are expected to adhere to the Company’s dress code.
To apply, please respond attaching your completed application form and/or CV to Shona Payne, HR Administrator by email

Finance Manager (Permanent – Full Time)

Salary: dependant on experience

A new opportunity to join our team at The Edinburgh Clinic is now open for application.

The successful professional will be responsible for managing the Finance department whilst ensuring that robust financial controls exist within the business including the contribution to the Group function and providing line management for the on-site finance team.


Full responsibility of accounts function within the clinic, ensuring that the following tasks and processes are completed accurately and in a timely manner.

  • Processing of month end journals
  • Production of monthly management reports
  • Production of MOR report/attending DPR
  • Bank reconciliation and other monthly balance sheet reconciliations
  • Analyse income and expenditure reports to ensure accurate reporting
  • Pricing of procedures and all-inclusive self-pay packages
  • Invoicing/debt collection for key customers
  • Key consultant payments – ERA checks/anaesthetists
  • Liaising with Head Office finance reports
  • Preparation of annual budgets and forecasts and reporting to Head Office
  • Production of annual financial statements
  • Development of accounting systems and procedures
  • To manage and develop members of the accounts team
  • Maintain good working relationships with members of clinical and non-clinical staff, patients, consultants/ referrers, their secretaries and other internal and external contacts.
  • To work in conjunction with all other staff within the department to ensure the highest standards of patient care are met at all times.
  • Perform any other duties as requested by Senior Management.

Desired Skills and Experience


  • Part qualified ACA, CIMA or ACCA
  • Experience of computerised accounting packages
  • Confident Microsoft Office skills
  • Line managing a team, including personal development
  • Highly analytical and great attention to detail
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines
  • Strong work ethic and guarantees discretion, confidentiality and reliability
  • Thrives on working on one’s own initiative


  • Qualified ACA, CIMA or ACCA
  • Specific experience of Sage 50 and/or Oracle

To apply, please respond attaching your completed application form and/or CV to Shona Payne, HR Administrator by email

Applications without a CV will not be considered.

Clinical Community Liaison Officer (Permanent/Part-Time 20hrs)

An opportunity has arisen in the Marketing Department for the role of a Clinical Community Liaison Officer. The purpose of the Clinical Community Liaison Officer is to oversee, develop, implement the referrer-Clinic strategy with respect to referrals, education and communication.

Brief outline of duties include:

  • Develop, plan and deliver a schedule of visits to referrers to promote the hospital and its services
  • Analysis of referral activity and identifying avenues and opportunities
  • Responsible for the development and execution of the Communication Strategy
  • Develop market insight tools
  • Attend events and meetings outside business hours as necessary to meet business needs

A full job description is available on request.  Excellent communication (written/verbal) and IT skills are essential for this role.  Private Healthcare experience desirable.

To apply, please respond attaching your completed application form and/or CV to Shona Payne, HR Administrator by email

Applications without a CV will not be considered.


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