Joseph Clarke student, Iqra Sethi was successful in her interview for a Ward Clerk role at Whipps Cross Hospital yesterday.
Ward clerks provide general administrative, clerical, and support services for a clinical units. This is the first time one of the Interns from our Project SEARCH group have been successful in applying for such a prestigious role in a ward administration.
Iqra built up a range of essential administrative skills in her first placement in Maternity and was then able to demonstrate these in her second work rotation, as a Ward Clerk on a ward at Whipps Cross. A vacancy was advertised and Iqra was shortlisted, alongside one other candidate.
We found out late yesterday that she had been successful in the interview. An amazing outcome for Iqra, her family and all of the staff members who have supported her on her journey past and present. Isobel Cox, Acting Headteacher said: "We are all so proud of Iqra’s achievement. Her infectious personality will bring joy to those who have the pleasure of working with her."
Our congratulations to Iqra…
You can find out more about Project SEARCH here.