Are you a talented and experienced leader in Service Management and Eating Disorder services?
We are constantly developing and working in innovative ways to provide modern, dependable services in
• physical and mental health sectors
• primary, secondary and community services
• in health and social care settings for all ages.
In November 2020 CNWL became the lead partner with colleagues from partner trusts for the North London Adult Eating Disorders Provider Collaborative. This has provided the opportunity for us to create this exciting new Head of Service role to manage the developing the Vincent Square All Age Eating Disorders Service. We expect this role to build on and support existing services covering our well regarded CYP Eating disorders team and our expanding Adult Eating Disorders offer covering in, day and out-patient services in London and Milton Keynes.
In addition, this post will work in partnership with the Clinical Director for the service and the Provider Collaborative. This role is key in creating and developing a workforce in delivering a high standard of evidence based treatment to patients in the Eating Disorders services. The successful candidate will hold values that build on working with patients, Carers and families in order to achieve good outcomes as defined by best practice and the patient. The successful candidate will also demonstrate evidence of robust budget management and being able to build and manage complex relationships within the services and with our Provider Collaborative partners.
The service is based in South Kensington. There is good opportunity for networking, support and development within the Divisional and Corporate structure in the Trust.
Formal interviews will be held on 28th April 2021
This advert closes on Monday 19 Apr 2021
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