Clinical Team Lead - Community Hospitals
|Posting date:||25 January 2020|
|Additional salary information:||£37,570 - £43,772 pa|
|Closing date:||01 March 2020|
|Location:||Skegness Community Hospital, Skegness, PE25 2BS|
We have an exciting new role and opportunity at Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust (LCHS). Our staff collectively see thousands of people every day in community hospitals, health clinics, schools, children’s centres and in patients’ own homes. They also do something else very special; they are responsible for turning an ordinary day into something extraordinary.
We are looking for brilliant individuals who can be part of a fast-moving, innovative and ambitious team, dedicated to supporting members of our communities to manage their own health at home and reduce the need to go into hospital.
We are rated ‘Outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission and are playing an integral part in shaping future health service provision countywide alongside partner health and social care organisations.
Not only will our successful candidates have the opportunity to flourish in a successful NHS Trust, Lincolnshire offers some of the best schools in the country, affordable housing and a great standard of living in one of the many picturesque market towns or villages or a thriving city.
Should you be selected for interview you will be expected to complete a Personal Profile Analysis via the Thomas International website prior to interview. The analysis will form part of your interview so failure to complete the request within the allotted timescale will exclude you from interview. Please check both your NHS Jobs account and email account on a regular basis for correspondence.
Please see below and the attached job description for further specific details regarding the role.
Clinical Team Leader (Band 7) for Gloucester Ward at Skegness Community Hospital.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for applications for the post of Clinical Team Leader (CTL) to work within the Transitional Care and Community Hospital directorate based at Skegness Community Hospital. The post holder will pursue clinical operational management responsibility for Gloucester Ward.
Skegness Community Hospital has 2 wards, Gloucester and Scarbrough which work closely together to provide rehabilitation, palliative and transitional care for patients requiring either step-up care from the community or step-down care from acute services.
Ideally candidates will have experience of working in a leadership role within an Urgent Care or Planned Care Community service. This is an ideal opportunity for an established leader with aspirations of a career in operational leadership to step into a Clinical Team Leader post. However a developmental role would be considered for the right candidate if appropriate. The CTL will assume responsibility for Gloucester Ward, working alongside the Clinical Team Lead for Scarbrough Ward, overseeing the operational delivery of this service within LCHS and will be responsible for providing assurance against delivery, including performance management, governance, budget management, business planning and rota oversight.
This role involves working closely with the ward team, the team of Adult Community Therapy, the Operations Centre manager, LCHS Business manager, our Lincolnshire health and social care partners in the Acute Trust, Mental Health Trust, East Midlands Ambulance Service and Lincolnshire County Council and the CCG to ensure exceptional care and an optimum patient experience in the flow of their care in and out of Community Health Services.
The successful post holder needs to role model the values of LCHS, be motivated and committed to delivering our clinical strategy as well as being clear on our role as a key partner in delivering the wide vision for health and social care in Lincolnshire. The role will require robust and resilient senior leadership skills that ensure the workforce is empowered to deliver a continued standard of high quality care.
As a visionary and supportive leader you may be required to work clinically as part of this role. In addition, you will need to be flexible and resilient and able to facilitate changes required in order to promote and maintain high performing teams. The successful candidate will work within a supportive environment, alongside other Clinical Team Leads for Transitional Care and Flow
To apply, you must hold current registration as a Registered Nurse or Therapist. You should also hold a Masters level qualification or be able to demonstrate equivalent experience at this level, with evidence in your portfolio of leadership, development and change management skills. The ability to demonstrate a successful track record of leading and managing successful high performing teams and services will be paramount. In addition, you should be able to demonstrate exceptional communication skills.
If you think you have the drive and credibility to meet the demands of this exciting and challenging role, then we would be delighted to hear from you and would strongly recommend an informal conversation with Clinical Service Lead, Jo Hutchinson prior to application via the contact details below.
Closing date is 1st March 2020, and interviews are planned to take place on 13th March 2020. Venue to be confirmed.
If you would like to discuss further, please contact Jo Hutchinson on 07855 131162.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Jo Hutchinson on 07855 131162.