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Health and Social Care Hub Clinical Lead

Job details
Posting date: 19 June 2024
Salary: £43,742.00 to £50,056.00 per year
Additional salary information: £43742.00 - £50056.00 a year
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 05 July 2024
Location: Plymouth, PL8 2NN
Company: NHS Jobs
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: B9832-2024-NM-9085


Primary duties and responsibilities To have clinical responsibility & and joint operational responsibility for Health and Social Care Hubs in SH & WD. To develop and promote a H&SC offer that meet the needs of the local population, monitoring service priorities ensuring the service is effective, equitable and client focused. To be responsible for optimising the use of resources and respond proactively to changes in service need. To implement relevant clinical competency frameworks in a joined up approach with Devon. To lead on the provision of learning and development opportunities for Hub staff, ensuring that in-service training, external learning and the use of protected learning time are fulfilled in order to meet the requirements for continuing professional development To implement, monitor and evaluate quality standards and effectiveness of service delivery. To identify professional issues in collaboration with the team leaders that need to be addressed at a strategic level, working with professional leads to reach appropriate agreed actions. To lead ongoing review and evaluation of the H&SC Hub skill mix at a strategic level, developing and implementing innovative models of service delivery in collaboration with locality managers, team lead and stake holders. To be an active member of relevant working and steering groups e.g. developing new and existing H7SC offers. This will include giving expert guidance to groups and contributing to relevant policies / protocols. To have an overarching perspective, support and take part in research within the profession and to be up to date with current trends and research applicable to practice. Clinical leadership, policy and service development To provide highly skilled clinical leadership for H&SC Hubs. Act as an expert advisor/ offer highly skilled leadership on clinical issues and the implementation of guidelines and standards. To assist in the implementation of relevant care pathways within H&SC Hubs To collaborate with practice leads in the production and implementation of clinical policies in relation to H&SC Hubs that will support evidence based or best practice To provide highly advanced clinical leadership to H&SC Hubs and support stakeholder clinicians to advance their clinical practice. To be an autonomous practitioner, offering highly specialised, expert advice to highly complex cases. Analyse and respond quickly to complex clinical situations utilising highly specialist knowledge to formulate solutions and recommendations Staff and personal professional development To develop a CPD strategy along side a Devon Wide practice lead that ensures the professional group maintain standards of up to date practice to maintain their skill set and to maximise their own learning Support the CPD requirements of the profession, including identification of training requirements and leading on a minimum of one CPD event per year. To undertake all mandatory training as required and any identified clinical or non clinical training To facilitate professional forums on a regular basis with wider stakeholder groups e.g. Intermediate Care Teams To undertake joint appraisals with operational manager for senior professional staff To provide clinical supervision for all staff and ensure that own supervision is maintained. To maintain own CPD Portfolio Work collaboratively with other clinical leads to develop staff and services to maintain equity across localities To participate in the annual appraisal To be responsible for maintaining up to date knowledge and skills at a highly advanced level in the practice in your respective profession. To be responsible for maintaining advanced knowledge of relevant health and social care initiatives and legislation, and to implement improvements in practice to meet these across the organisation. Responsible for participation in contract negotiations Representing the H&SC Hubs through participation at professional/ regional forums and national conferences. Quality and Governance Investigate any concerns relating to poor performance of staff within the H&SC Hubs and offer support to wider locality teams. To jointly work with operational manager with service planning and delivery to meet quality and performance indicators that are consistent with current best practice. Contribute to the service planning and implementing within the H&SC Hubs. To initiate and participate in audit and research relating to H&SC Hubs to implement any changes that are required in consultation with the locality teams/ stakeholders. Contribute to the development, review and implementation of policies. To ensure accurate and effective clinical records. To ensure incident reporting is timely and accurate. Clinical Leadership To participate to the development of JDs within new roles and in the review and recruitment To liaise with colleagues / professionals on local and national issues to provide specialist and expert advice to internal and external stakeholders Working alongside risk management in the analysis of clinical incidents across the service and implementing learning from outcomes. To work alongside other clinical leads to develop cross professional education on urgent care issues for relevant staff groups within the organisation. To have extensive knowledge of the wider health care system with the ability to build good relationships with stakeholders inside and outside of the organisation including the private sector. Actively pursue opportunities for integrated working and service development. Clinical responsibility To undertake a clinical role across the service as required in order to support service delivery which will include assessment, treatment planning, intervention and evaluating outcomes. To ensure joint working with senior staff, training and education of staff and wider teams. The post holder will implement advanced clinical and therapeutic skills to remotely provide urgent care advice and support. The post holder will convey highly reasoned clinical information succinctly to ensure a positive outcome. Provide clinical face to face assessment and intervention when deemed appropriate to ensure the best outcome for the individual. Clinically co-ordinating a rapid multidisciplinary response to ensure the needs of an individual are met. Please see the attached Job Description and Person Specification for the full details.