Project Manager - Smoking Cessation NHS England Early Implementation Site
NHS Agenda for Change Scale 8a 0.8 WTE.6 month secondment opportunity with strong possibility of extension to 12 months
We are looking for a dynamic, forward thinking Project manager to help us to launch, deliver and evaluate our national smoking cessation pilot. This role will organise and support the implementation of the NHS England national pilot to increase access and outcomes to smoking cessation services for people admitted to, and discharged from, inpatient mental health settings in inner North East London. The project is part of an NHS England pilot for smoke-free hospital settings, delivering on a key ambition in the NHS Long-Term Plan.
The post holder will work directly with clinical inpatient teams and the Director of Medical Director Community Health Services, Consultant in Public Health and partners in community stop smoking services and NHE England.
The successful applicant will have a key role in bringing expert Quality Improvement (QI) and project management to the project, supporting inpatient MH teams, CMHTs / Recovery teams, and local authority-commissioned Stop Smoking Services to ensure that those admitted to and discharged from Mental Health Inpatient services are effectively supported to quit smoking during their inpatient stay and following discharge.
ELFT is a CQC Outstanding NHS Foundation Trust, with big ambitions to improve quality, value and outcomes for the populations we serve, and to improve the experience of our staff. We work across a population of c. 1.8m, two Sustainability & Transformation Partnerships and six place-based partnerships. We provide a variety of mental health, community health, primary care and specialised services.
This role will be based primarily at the Trusts headquarters in East London. NHS terms and conditions apply to this role.
This advert closes on Sunday 15 Nov 2020
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