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Student Education Service Officer

University of Leeds

Leeds
13 days ago
Leeds
13 days ago

Do you want to be part of a professional service, committed to supporting students and colleagues and delivering an exceptional student experience?  Are you customer focussed and flexible in your approach?  Do you enjoy working with a wide range of different people?

The Student Education Service is a passionate and ambitious University service that supports 38,000-plus students and 9,200-plus staff to deliver an exceptional student experience. Our teams are committed to supporting every student to make the most of their time at Leeds and go on to succeed in their chosen career.

Teamwork is key to our success and we proactively seek to work collaboratively with others in the wider University community and externally. If you like the idea of being part of a community of 800 professional staff working across our beautiful campus then we would love to hear from you. 

The University is an exciting, and creative environment in which to build a career. Our staff have a broad array of skills and experience and work together in collaborative and inclusive ways in partnership with our students and academic colleagues. We value diversity and welcome everyone to our global community. We are professional, helpful, approachable and inclusive - values that we are all committed to. Find out more about how our staff describe our Student Education Service culture here. 

We have opportunities for you to be part of the team in either Assessment or Admissions, however other roles may also be available in other areas of the Student Education Service. Find out more about the breadth of our Service here. Duties will include:

•    Assessment: coordinating submissions, collating and processing marks, liaising with teaching staff and external examiners, maintaining records including VLE and supporting assessment boards

•    Admissions: processing applications for taught programmes, providing advice and guidance to applicants, and contributing to the organisation and delivery of recruitment events.

You will be enthusiastic about supporting student education activity, be adaptable and flexible, whilst being comfortable working across different teams and with a variety of colleagues across the University. You will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to work collaboratively.  You will be able to effectively support and guide the work of team members, acting as a point of expertise within the team. With a strong customer focus, you will always think about how we can do better and will contribute proactively to improving our Service.

Our commitment to inclusion 

We welcome and encourage applications from all sections of the community. For this role we would particularly welcome applications from the BAME community, as these groups are underrepresented across SES. We will select the best candidate solely on the basis of merit and ability to do the job.

To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact: 

Claire Smith, Faculty Education Service Manager

c.l.smith@leeds.ac.uk


Please note: If you are not a British or Irish citizen, from 1 January 2021 you will require permission to work in the UK. This will normally be in the form of a visa but, if you are an EEA/Swiss citizen and resident in the UK before 31 December 2020, this may be your passport or status under the EU Settlement Scheme.

Due to the current Government Coronavirus lockdown and social distancing measures, the interviews for this role are likely to be conducted remotely using Microsoft Teams or Zoom.  It is also expected that relevant work within these roles may be done remotely, within the UK, while these restrictions remain in place.

Location: Leeds - Main Campus
Faculty/Service: Student Education Service
School/Institute: Student Operations
Category: Administrative and Clerical Support
Grade: Grade 5
Salary: £23,067 to £26,715 p.a.
Post Type: Full Time
Contract Type: Ongoing
Release Date: Wednesday 10 February 2021
Closing Date: Wednesday 24 February 2021
Interview Date: To be confirmed
Reference: SESSO1161
Downloads:  Candidate Brief  
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Admissions Officer

City University

Northampton Square
8 days ago
Northampton Square
8 days ago

Admissions Officer

Reference Number
60032355
Location
Northampton Square  
School / Service
School of Health Sciences
Department
Student & Academic Administration
Contract Duration
Permanent
Hours
Full-time
Salary Range (£)
30046 to 36914

Background

Founded in 1894, City, University of London is a global university committed to academic excellence with a focus on business and the professions and an enviable central London location.
City attracts around 20,000 students (over 40% postgraduate level) from more than 150 countries and staff from over 75 countries.
In the last decade, City has almost tripled the proportion of its total academic staff producing world-leading or internationally excellent research.
Led by President, Professor Sir Paul Curran, City has made significant investments in its academic staff, its estate and its infrastructure and continues to work towards realising its vision of being a leading global university
The School of Health Sciences at City University London is a leader in the field of healthcare education and health policy due to our interdisciplinary approach and world class research.
The department of Student and Academic Administration provides student and programme support for all pre-registration Nursing and Midwifery programmes, and all undergraduate programmes in Radiography, Optometry and Speech and Language Therapy, as well as for all postgraduate and research student activity in the School.
It also ensures the academic quality of programmes, ensures adherence to internal and external requirements, prepares statistics and returns for internal use and for presentation to funding bodies such as HEE NCEL, HEFCE and other agencies such as the NMC and HCPC.

Responsibilities

This role is to support a team of two Admissions Officers and one Admissions Administrator who deliver all Pre-Registration and Undergraduate activities for the School. It includes responding professionally to enquiries and participating in recruitment events. Help support a team alongside the SHS Admissions Manager in providing an accurate, efficient and friendly service to applicants, staff and NHS colleagues. Have the skills, knowledge and ambition to develop and maintain a culture of high performance.

Person Specification

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate excellent written, organisational, analytical and time-management skills. With a 'customer-centred' approach, you will have experience of working with customers face-to-face and on the telephone. You will be highly proficient in MS Office including Excel, Word, e-mail and the internet. Knowledge and experience of admissions processes is esseintial .

Additional Information

City offers a sector-leading salary, pension scheme and benefits including a comprehensive package of staff training and development.
Closing date for applications: 11.59pm Sunday 28th February 2021
Actively working to promote equal opportunity and diversity.
Academic excellence for business and the professions.

Please use the link below to view further details for this job.

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Band 7 - Community Matron

National Health Service

Epsom, HC
2 days ago
Epsom, HC
£38.89k - £44.503k Per Year
2 days ago
£38.89k - £44.503k Per Year

Job Reference: 074-177

Employer:
CSH Surrey
Location:
Epsom
Salary:
£38,890 - £44,503 + 5% HCAS pro rata per annum

Thank you for your interest in this vacancy.

CSH Surrey are part of the NHS and are Surrey’s largest and longest established NHS community services provider, so our 1500+ employees get NHS pay and pensions, and also receive the Fringe ‘High Cost Allowance’ of 5%.

Our staff enjoy excellent training and development opportunities, including the care certificate, apprenticeships, numeracy and literacy courses, access to the Nursing Associate programme, and a wide variety of management and leadership courses and programmes.

We CARE about our staff though through our values of Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Excellence. Our active employee council called The Voice, elect employee representatives to ensure colleagues' voices are heard at Board level.

Click the link in the box CSH Surrey - A great place to work and read everything you need to know about joining our unique organisation and click the iWantGreatCare link to read our patient feedback.

If you are a passionate, person-focused individual then apply to join CSH Surrey today!


Band 7 - Community Matron

Working pattern: 22.5 hours over 3 days

We are currently recruiting for a dedicated and motivated Band 7 Community Matron to join our community nursing team in the Epsom Primary Care Network. The team is based at New Epsom & Ewell Community Hospital, Epsom. The Community Team visit patients in their own home as well as care homes.

The Community Matron will work within an integrated team to proactively manage, co-ordinate and support patients with multiple complex long term conditions, with responsibility for ensuring all health and social care needs are met to improve health outcomes, functional status and quality of life, ensure integration of all elements of care, increase patient choice and prevent unnecessary admissions to hospital and reduce the stay of necessary hospital admissions.

For further information please contact – India Multani, Operational Manager, Epsom Primary Care Network, i.multani@nhs.net

About Surrey Downs Health & Care

As a partnership between the three GP Federations, community trust and acute trust, Surrey Downs Health and Care is delivering true transformational change for adult community services across Surrey Downs to the benefit of patients and the local healthcare system. Our delivery model is formed around a shared vision and innovative use of the wealth and diversity of both the clinical and managerial experience that the partnership brings and as such it will provide a truly holistic, person-centred service that no one partner could provide on its own.

The model focusses on care being provided through distributed clinical leadership using Primary Care Networks (networks of GP practices working together with combined practice populations of around 50,000); integrated community bedded services and specialist services with the development of pathways into and out of the acute trust



Here at CSH Surrey we are proud to have a workforce that reflects the diverse community we serve.

We actively welcome job applications from candidates who have a disability or who are members of the BAME, LGBT and Armed Forces community (including: Reservists, Veterans, Spouses and Cadets).

Communications regarding your application will be sent via NHS Jobs to your inbox. Please look out for e-mails from us relating to your application.

To help you with the recruitment process we've provided the following in the additional documentation box:

  • How our recruitment process works
  • Interview hints and tips
  • Recruitment process FAQ’s

We do require three years’ worth of references (with no gaps) please be sure to provide sufficient information in the referencing section of your application form. We will only contact your referees after we have offered you a job.

If you've any questions in relation to the mass vaccination covid programme please do not hesitate to contact us via email: csh.mvprecruitment@nhs.net or Telephone: 01483 362988

If you've any other questions please don't hesitate to contact us: Telephone: 01483 362988. Email: CSH.recruitment@nhs.net

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The Bridge Primary Care Network Clinical Pharmacist

National Health Service

Rochdale, NW
5 days ago
Rochdale, NW
5 days ago

The Bridge Primary Care Network Clinical Pharmacist

Rochdale Health Alliance

The closing date is 05 March 2021

Job overview

Rochdale Health Alliance (RHA) is dedicated to contracting and delivering high quality health services to the community of Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale (HMR) on behalf of its GP Practice members. Our ethos is to improve patient outcomes and experience whilst keeping Primary Care at the forefront of the NHS reforms.

On behalf our Primary Care Networks, we have an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Pharmacist to join The Bridge Network.

Main duties of the job

As a member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, you will have a Masters degree in Pharmacy [MPharm], be an established Independent Prescriber with or enroute to receive a Clinical Diploma.

With a minimum of 2 yrs post qualification, you will have significant knowledge and clinical experience within community provision in addition to Primary Care.

Your role within the Network will:

  • Support the GP Practices to maximise benefits and minimise risk to patients ensuring safe and appropriate use of medicines through clinical monitoring and compliance with legislation
  • Develop medication pathways and shared protocols around prescribing areas
  • Work with the CCG Medicines Management Team to ensure appropriate consultation and share the learning with colleagues across Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale Clinical Pharmacists
  • Advise medical and nursing staff on safe cost effective use of drugs, having critically appraised literature to improve use of medicine in managing primary care patients.

About us

The post holder as an employee of Rochdale Health Alliance will work within the Primary Care Network Clinical Pharmacist service for GP Practices members, as part of a multi-disciplinary team. Providing expertise in clinical medicines management, through face to face structured medication reviews, management of long term conditions, transfer of care and systems for safer prescribing, manage repeat prescription authorisations and reauthorisation. The post holder will provide leadership on quality improvement and clinical audit around medications, contributing to the Quality and Outcomes Framework and local contract performance indicators.

Job description

Job responsibilities

The following list of duties encompasses a range of areas the networks may require the Clinical Pharmacist to deliver. The list may not be exhaustive.

  • Long-term conditions

See (where appropriate) patients with single or multiple medical problems where medicine optimisation is required (e.g. Respiratory, Cardiovascular and Diabetes). Review the on-going need for each medicine, a review of monitoring needs and an opportunity to support patients with their medicines taking ensuring they get the best use of their medicines (i.e. medicines optimisation). Make appropriate recommendations to Senior Pharmacists or GPs for medicine improvement.

  • Patient facing Clinical Medication Review
  • Undertake clinical medication reviews with patients and produce recommendations for senior clinical pharmacist, nurses and/or GP on prescribing and monitoring.
  • Patient facing Care Home Medication Reviews

Undertake clinical medication reviews with patients and produce recommendations for the senior clinical pharmacist, nurses or GPs on prescribing and monitoring. Work with care home staff to improve safety of medicines ordering and administration.

  • Patient facing Domiciliary Clinical Medication Reviews
  • Undertake clinical medication reviews with patients and produce recommendations for the senior clinical pharmacists, nurses and GPs on prescribing and monitoring. Attend and refer patients to multidisciplinary case conferences.
  • Risk stratification

Identification of cohorts of patients at high risk of harm from medicines through pre-prepared practice computer searches. This might include risks that are patient related, medicine related, or both.

  • Unplanned hospital admissions

Review the use of medicines most commonly associated with unplanned hospital admissions and readmissions through audit and individual patient reviews. Put in place changes to reduce the prescribing of these medicines to high-risk patient groups.

  • Management of common/minor/self-limiting ailments
  • Managing caseload of patients with common/minor/self-limiting ailments while working within a scope of practice and limits of competence. Signposting to community pharmacy and referring to GPs or other healthcare professionals where appropriate.
  • Patient facing medicines support

Provide patient facing clinics for those with questions, queries and concerns about their medicines in the practice.

  • Telephone medicines support

Provide a telephone help line for patients with questions, queries and concerns about their medicines.

  • Management of medicines at discharge from hospital
  • To reconcile medicines following discharge from hospitals, intermediate care and into Care Homes, including identifying and rectifying unexplained changes and working with patients and community pharmacists to ensure patients receive the medicines they need post discharge. Set up and manage systems to ensure continuity of medicines supply to high-risk groups of patients (e.g. those with medicine compliance aids or those in Care Homes).
  • Medicine information to practice staff and patients

Answers relevant medicine-related enquiries from GPs, other network staff, other healthcare teams (e.g. community pharmacy) and patients with queries about medicines.

Suggesting and recommending solutions. Providing follow up for patients to monitor the effect of any changes.

  • Signposting

Ensure that patients are referred to the appropriate healthcare professional for the appropriate level of care within an appropriate period of time e.g. pathology results, common/minor ailments, acute conditions, long term condition reviews etc.

  • Repeat prescribing

Produce and implement a repeat prescribing policy within each PCN practice. Manage the repeat prescribing reauthorisation process by reviewing patient requests for repeat prescriptions and reviewing medicines reaching review dates and flagging up those needing a review. Ensure patients have appropriate monitoring tests in place when required.

  • Service development

Contribute pharmaceutical advice for the development and implementation of new services that have medicinal components (e.g. advice on treatment pathways and patient information leaflets).

  • Information management

Analyse, interpret and present medicines data to highlight issues and risks to support decision making.

  • Medicines quality improvement

Undertake clinical audits of prescribing in areas directed by the GPs, feedback the results and implement changes in conjunction with the relevant practice team.

  • Medicines safety
  • Implement changes to medicines that result from MHRA alerts, product withdrawal and other local and national guidance.
  • Implementation of local and national guidelines and formulary recommendations

Monitor practice prescribing against the local health economys RAG list and make recommendations to GPs for medicines that should be prescribed by hospital doctors (red drugs) or subject to shared care (amber drugs). Assist practices in seeing and maintaining a practice formulary that is hosted on each practices computer system. Auditing practices compliance against NICE technology assessment guidance. Provide newsletters or bulletins on important prescribing messages.

  • Education and Training
  • Provide education and training to primary healthcare team on therapeutics and medicines optimisation.
  • Care Quality Commission

Work with the general practice teams to ensure the practices are compliant with CQC standards where medicines are involved.

  • Public health

To support public health campaigns. To provide specialist knowledge on all public health programmes available to the general public.

  • Collaborative working arrangements

Participate in the PCN MDT.

Liaises with CCG colleagues including CCG pharmacists on prescribing related matters to ensure consistency of patient care and benefit.

Work as part of the RHA team and attend meetings/forums and supervision.

Foster and maintain strong links with all services across the PCN and neighbouring networks.

Explore the potential for collaborative working and take opportunities to initiate and sustain such relationships.

Liaise with other stakeholders as needed for the collective benefit of patients including but not limited to:

1. Patients and their representatives

2. GP, nurses and other practice staff

3. Social prescribers, first contact physiotherapists, physicians associates and paramedics.

4. Community pharmacists and support staff

5. Other members of the medicines management (MM) team including pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians and Dieticians

6. Locality / GP prescribing lead

7. Locality managers

8. Community nurses and other allied health professionals

9. Hospital staff with responsibilities for prescribing and medicines optimisation

Safeguarding

All staff are responsible for ensuring that they are familiar with and adhere to RHAs and the CCGs safeguarding procedures and guidelines in conjunctions with the safeguarding Childrens and Adult Board Policies, Procedures and Guidelines.

Prevention of Infection

All staff have a responsibility to comply with RHAS policies for personal and patient safety and for the prevention of healthcare associated infections. This includes rigorous and consistent compliance with policies such as prevention measures as hand hygiene, the use of personal protective equipment and safe disposal of sharps.

Equality and Diversity

We are all responsible for applying the principles of RHAS equality and diversity standards within the application of our duties and ensuring that our actions are non-discriminatory to colleagues and patients.

Health and Safety

RHA has a statutory responsibility to provide and maintain a healthy and safe environment for workers, patients and visitors. Workers equally have a responsibility to ensure that they promote and maintain a safe working environment; reporting appropriately any risks. RHAs Health and Safety policy within the Staff Handbook outlines staff responsibilities.

Information Governance

To comply with Company policies and procedures relating to Information Governance. This will include, but not be limited to, Confidentiality policies, record management protocols, the Information Security Policy, The Data Protection Act, The Freedom of Information Act etc.

The post holder shall not, during or after working at RHA, disclose confidential information belonging to the company. You have a responsibility to protect and maintain confidentiality of all information. You must not, except as authorised or required by law or your duties, reveal any confidential information.

This obligation will continue after the termination of this work unless and until any such information enters the public domain.

Person Specification

Experience

Essential

  • Mandatory registration with the General Pharmaceutical Council.
  • Commitment to reducing health inequalities and proactively working to reach people from all communities.
  • Demonstrates use of appropriate communication to gain the co-operation of relevant stakeholders (including patients, senior and peer colleagues, and other professionals, other NHS/private organisations, e.g. CCGs).
  • Is able to recognise personal limitations and refer to more appropriate colleague(s) when necessary.
  • Ability to identify risk and assess/manage risk when working with individuals.
  • Ability to maintain effective working relationships and to promote collaborative practice with all colleagues.
  • Ability to organise, plan and prioritise on own initiative, including when under pressure and meeting deadlines.
  • High level of written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to work flexibly and enthusiastically within a team or on own initiative.
  • Completion of an undergraduate degree in pharmacy and registration with the General Pharmaceutical Council.
  • Minimum of two years experience as a pharmacist, demonstrated
  • within a practice portfolio.
  • Experience and an awareness of the breadth of common acute and long-terms conditions that are likely to be seen in general practice.
  • Experience of partnership/collaborative working and of building relationships across a variety of organisations.
  • Understanding of the wider determinants of health, including social, economic and environmental factors and their impact on communities.
  • An appreciation of the nature of primary care prescribing, concepts of rational prescribing and strategies for improving prescribing.
  • Knowledge of IT systems, including ability to use word processing skills, emails and the internet to create simple plans and reports.
  • Able to obtain and analyse complex technical information.
  • Able to identify and resolve risk management issues according to policy/protocol.
  • Understand the principles of research governance
  • Meets DBS reference standards and has a clear criminal record, in line with the law on spent convictions.
  • Self-motivation.
  • Immunisation status.
  • Access to own transport and ability to travel across the locality on a regular basis, including to visit people in their own homes.

Desirable

  • Membership Primary Care Pharmacy Association (PCPA).
  • Membership of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
  • May hold or be working towards an independent prescribing qualification.
  • Clinical Diploma.
  • In depth therapeutic and clinical knowledge and understanding of the principles of evidence-based healthcare.
  • Able to plan, manage, monitor and review general medicine optimisation issues in core areas for long term conditions.

Qualifications

Essential

  • Completion of an undergraduate degree in pharmacy and registration with the General Pharmaceutical Council.
  • May hold or be working towards an independent prescribing qualification.

Desirable

  • Membership Primary Care Pharmacy Association (PCPA).
  • Membership of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
  • May hold or be working towards an independent prescribing qualification.
  • Clinical Diploma.
  • In depth therapeutic and clinical knowledge and understanding of the principles of evidence-based healthcare.
  • Able to plan, manage, monitor and review general medicine optimisation issues in core areas for long term conditions.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

Rochdale Health Alliance

Address

The Old Post Office

No 2 The Esplanade

Rochdale

Greater Manchester

OL16 1AE


Employer's website

https://rochdalehealthalliance.co.uk/

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Admissions Officer - Fixed term (8 months)

City University

Northampton Square
8 days ago
Northampton Square
8 days ago

Admissions Officer - Fixed term (8 months)

Reference Number
60032358
Location
Northampton Square  
School / Service
School of Health Sciences
Department
Student & Academic Administration
Contract Duration
Permanent
Hours
Full-time
Salary Range (£)
30046 to 36914

Background

Founded in 1894, City, University of London is a global university committed to academic excellence with a focus on business and the professions and an enviable central London location.
City attracts around 20,000 students (over 40% postgraduate level) from more than 150 countries and staff from over 75 countries.
In the last decade, City has almost tripled the proportion of its total academic staff producing world-leading or internationally excellent research.
Led by President, Professor Sir Paul Curran, City has made significant investments in its academic staff, its estate and its infrastructure and continues to work towards realising its vision of being a leading global university.

The School of Health Sciences at City University London is a leader in the field of healthcare education and health policy due to our interdisciplinary approach and world class research.

The department of Student and Academic Administration provides student and programme support for all pre-registration Nursing and Midwifery programmes, and all undergraduate programmes in Radiography, Optometry and Speech and Language Therapy, as well as for all postgraduate and research student activity in the School.
It also ensures the academic quality of programmes, ensures adherence to internal and external requirements, prepares statistics and returns for internal use and for presentation to funding bodies such as HEE NCEL, HEFCE and other agencies such as the NMC and HCPC.

Responsibilities

This role is to support a team of two Admissions Officers and one Admissions Administrator who deliver all Pre-Registration and Undergraduate activities for the School. It includes responding professionally to enquiries and participating in recruitment events. Help support a team alongside the SHS Admissions Manager in providing an accurate, efficient and friendly service to applicants, staff and NHS colleagues. Have the skills, knowledge and ambition to develop and maintain a culture of high performance.

Person Specification

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate excellent written, organisational, analytical and time-management skills. With a 'customer-centred' approach, you will have experience of working with customers face-to-face and on the telephone. You will be highly proficient in MS Office including Excel, Word, e-mail and the internet. Knowledge and experience of admissions processes is essential.

Additional Information

City offers a sector-leading salary, pension scheme and benefits including a comprehensive package of staff training and development.
Closing date for applications: 11.59pm Sunday 28th February 2021
Actively working to promote equal opportunity and diversity.
Academic excellence for business and the professions.

Please use the link below to view further details for this job.

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Locum Consultant in Respiratory Medicine with Expertise in Cancer

National Health Service

London, London
Today
London, London
£82.096k - £110.683k Per Year
Today
£82.096k - £110.683k Per Year

Job Reference: 312-RB-0629

Employer:
Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Respiratory Medicine
Location:
London
Salary:
£82,096 - £110,683

On 1st February 2021 the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals became part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust – a truly once-in a generation development. Together, we are taking our first steps towards our vision of creating a brand-new centre of excellence, which will be the global leader in the research into and treatment of heart and lung disease in patients from pre-birth to old age. We are developing some exciting plans and we want you to join us – so come and help to change the shape of healthcare for our heart and lung patients world-wide.


Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals

Royal Brompton Hospital

Locum Consultant in Respiratory Medicine with Expertise in Cancer and Interventional Bronchoscopy

Reference: 312-RB-0629

Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals is seeking to appoint a whole time Locum Consultant Respiratory Physician with expertise in Cancer and Interventional Bronchoscopy.

The duration of the post is 6 months, potentially renewable by mutual agreement.

The appointees will join one part time (0.5wte) physician to provide specialist cancer management, interventional bronchoscopy for cancer, COPD and asthma patients

The appointee will co-provide, with the existing consultant physician, a clinical service in cancer management in accordance with clinical and legal requirements, at a standard in keeping with the role of the department as a national and international clinical leader in the field.

Applicants are required to be fully registered Medical Practitioners and it is deemed desirable to be on the GMC’s Specialist Register or be eligible for admission to the Register within six months from date of interview for the post.

Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Pallav Shah,Consultant Physician, Cancer Lead, via email (p.shah@rbht.nhs.uk) and/or Professor Andrew Menzies-Gow, Clinical Director Lung Division/Deputy Medical Director via email (a.menzies-gow@rbht.nhs.uk) Alternatively, please contact Sophia White, Medical Recruitment Team on 0207 351 8688 or email (MedicalHR@rbht.nhs.uk)

Closing date: Wednesday 3rd March 2021

Interview date: TBC



Staff benefits include: subsidised childcare facilities, occupational pension scheme, personal development and training opportunities, flexible working and subsidised accommodation is available on both sites.
To ensure that our workforce is representative of the population we serve, we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals have a duty to safeguard all patients and provide additional measures for patients who are less able to protect themselves from harm or abuse. All staff have a responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of ALL adults, children and young people in the Trust. This including patients, visitors and those using our facilities. Safeguarding means protecting people's health, wellbeing and human rights, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect and is fundamental to high-quality health.

Due to the popularity of some positions, we reserve the right to close the vacancies early on receipt of sufficient applicants.
In an effort to reduce our carbon footprint all correspondence regarding this vacancy will be by electronic means i.e. email or text message please ensure you check your emails regularly.
Please be aware that messages may go into your junk/spam mail folders.

You are providing your personal information to the Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals, part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, for the purposes of staff administration; administration of membership records (Foundation Trust Membership); crime prevention & prosecution of offenders; National Fraud initiative and occupational health purposes and by applying for this post you hereby consent to the Trust processing of your personal data as outlined above.

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Placements Officer

Worcestershire Children First

Worcester
18 days ago
Worcester
18 days ago

Job Title: Placements Officer
Salary: £19,006 - £20,572
Full-Time: 35 hours
Location: Worcester
Permanent

A vacancy in the School Admissions Service has created an exciting opportunity for an experienced administrator to join the team responsible for the statutory process of School Admissions in Worcestershire. This is not a normal administrative role; the work is very interesting and extremely varied; no two days are the same.

The School Admissions Service carries out the Local Authority's statutory responsibilities including: the complex nature of co-ordination of admissions and transfers at all points of entry to a school, including escalation to Fair Access Panels. Ensuring that every child receives the offer of a place in line with statutory timescales. Dealing with general and contentious enquiries from members of the public, parents, schools, other agencies or professionals. Seeking resolution of customer queries that may arise as a result of a school application and minimise days lost to education. Ensuring that pupil casework is of the highest quality, improves the lived experience of the child, is handled correctly, securely and sensitively.

You will need to be highly organized and methodical in your work, and advanced IT skills, with the ability to use a wide range of IT packages is vital. The team has responsibility for the administration of all aspects of School Admissions both statutory and non-statutory.

The right candidate will have demonstrable experience of the workings of schools, other education settings and services. Detailed knowledge and understanding of school related issues and statutory regulations. The ability to prioritise and plan their workload. Significant experience of working in a customer focused environment providing advice and support to a significant volume of customers. Significant experience of using technology for data recording and extraction, and a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office. Experience of other software packages is an advantage. Experience of dealing with high volumes of telephone enquiries where the caller may be anxious or concerned, with excellent and effective communication skills.

If you have a disability and require reasonable adjustments, please let us know.

Application Closing Date: Sunday 28th February 2021,
Anticipated Interview Date: Friday 5th March 2021,

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Peer Engagement Worker

National Health Service

London, London
1 day ago
London, London
1 day ago

Peer Engagement Worker

Barnet, Enfield & Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust

The closing date is 07 March 2021

Job overview

Do you have lived experience of using forensic services? Do you want to use your lived experience to support other people?Do you want to change lives?

An exciting opportunity has arisen for three part-time Peer Engagement Workers who have personal lived experience of forensic mental health services. A criminal record will not be a barrier to employment as each circumstance will be diligently reviewed.

The Peer Engagement Workers will be joining the recently established commissioning hub within The North London Forensic Consortium (NLFC). The NLFC is a partnership of five Mental Health Trusts; BEH Mental Health NHS Trust (lead provider), ELFT, West London NHS Trust, CNWL Foundation Trust, and NELF Trust.

The focus of the role is to work in partnership with service users from across the providers within the consortium to establish a strong communicative link between service users, the commissioning hub and providers.

Main duties of the job

The Peer Engagement Workers will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to support the continuous development of services that meet the needs of service users. They will work in partnership with service users reps and service providers to shape the future delivery of inpatient and community forensic services within the consortium, with a focus on improving the quality of services provided and the experiences of service users. The Peer Engagement Workers will use their lived experience to promote and model recovery, and build strong relationships with service users. They will use their understanding of services to bridge the gap between providers and service users to support the development of services that are innovative, dynamic and meets the needs of the people who use them. We offer excellent opportunities for personal development through training, regular supervision, mentor scheme and appraisals by the Commissioning Hub Case Managers.

About us

BEHMHT is a multiple award-winning, combined mental health (MH) and community Trust providing local, regional and national healthcare services. We are one of the largest employers in North London with over 3000 staff delivering a range of mental health and community services to a population of over one million.

We will provide monthly 1:1 line management supervision and an internal monthly peer-to-peer supervision group. You can also access supervision with Peer Workers across the whole Trust which offers a supportive platform to help you develop your skills. Please note you can only apply for this role if you have personal lived experience of forensic mental health services. All other applications will be rejected

Job description

Job responsibilities

The North London Forensic Consortium (NLFC) is formed of five Mental Health Trusts; Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust (lead provider), East London Foundation Trust, West London Trust, Central and North West London Foundation Trust, and North East London Foundation Trust.

This role focuses on working in partnership with service users across the 7 providers within the consortium and establishing a strong communicative link between their Service User Forums and the Hub.

Service Development

  • We need the views of service users alongside other information to help identify what works and what could be improved upon in terms of the services we provide, not only within each of the providers, but as a Consortium on the whole. This will help give us a plan of what we might want to change and develop in the future
  • If we then decide to change, stop or start new services we need to ensure we are engaging and consulting with service users throughout the process to ensure that we are developing services that meet the needs of the individuals we care for.

Quality

  • We need to know what service users think and feel about the service they are being provided and whether they feel changes need to be made. This helps us understand what the quality of services is like when considered alongside other information

Governance

  • It is important that this role acts as a golden thread between the service users and the 7 consortium providers. There is a monthly Board meeting with senior members from each provider and a monthly quality meeting attended by the Clinical Leads. The post holder will be required to attend each of these and provide feedback but also contribute their own view as a person with lived experience

Person Specification

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

Essential

  • Good level of secondary education to GCSE level, or equivalent
  • Level of educational attainment to NVQ 3 / AS
  • Completion of the BEH Peer Worker Training within 6 months of contract start date.
  • Completion of a Wellness at Work plan within 2 months of contract start date.

Desirable

  • Related Health or Social Care qualification.
  • Willingness to undertake further training relevant to and in line with the development of peer support role.

EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE

Essential

  • Lived experience of mental health problems.
  • Psychiatric hospital admission.
  • Wide range of life experiences to bring an enabling and positive view of opportunities for others.
  • Experience of being in a supportive and enabling role Experience of working in a team or a group environment.
  • Experience of using a range of self-management or recovery tools and techniques.
  • Understanding and practical knowledge of recovery.
  • Understanding of the issues and concerns of mental health service users.
  • Understanding of the impact of stigma and discrimination.
  • Knowledge of Mental Health Legislation.

Desirable

  • Experience of working in the public sector.
  • Experience of training, teaching, coaching/mentoring others.
  • Experience of working across different organisational boundaries.
  • Appreciation of the community resources within the geographical location of the post and key partners.
  • Understanding of CPA and the role of care co-ordinator and knowledge of Trust Policies and procedures.
  • Understanding of the service delivery goals of the care pathway.
  • Knowledge of local policies in respect of safeguarding children and the protection of vulnerable adults.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Essential

  • Excellent written, verbal and non-verbal communication skills.
  • Computer literate.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with team and wider Trust

Desirable

  • Presentation skills.
  • Computer literate in software applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Internet Explorer, Outlook Express etc.

PERSONAL QUALITIES

Essential

  • Flexibility and Reliability.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

Essential

  • Ability to transport / accompany peers to appropriate appointments.
  • A willingness to work flexibly through prior arrangement as the needs of the job dictate.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Employer details

Employer name

Barnet, Enfield & Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust

Address

New Care Model - Baker street

116 Baker Street

London

W1U 6TS


Employer's website

http://www.beh-mht.nhs.uk/

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Truro, SW
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Truro, SW
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year
1 day ago
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year

Job Reference: 156-2917216

Employer:
Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
Department:
Medicine
Location:
Truro
Salary:
£24,907 - £30,615 pa pro rata

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Please read the Royal Cornwall Hospitals Applicant Information Pack document in the 'Further Links' section before applying for this position. This pack will provide you with all the details you need on how to make your application and what happens next. You can also view our Total Reward Package Information for details on our colleague benefits.


Do you have a passion for providing the best care you can but want to work in a fast-paced environment? Are you interested in learning something new every day whilst being supported by a friendly and knowledgeable team? If so, then we have the right opportunity for you.

The Acute Medical Unit in the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro is a 53 bedded ward which care for patients requiring admission for all general medical issues from the ED or the Same Day Medical Assessment Unit. It can be a busy environment but you will be working with a team of experienced staff, supported by specialist teams of all disciplines.

We are looking for registered nurses from all backgrounds (previous acute medical experience not essential) - what's important is your drive to provide excellent, compassionate care whilst maintaining communication between all parties. The Trust's values of working together, care and compassion, pride and achievement, trust and respect and inspiration and innovation are important to the team and the successful candidates will be able to demonstrate these as well as work with these in mind throughout their career.

There are full-time (37.5 hours per week) and part-time roles available.

Sustainability is integral to the Trust achieving the NHS Net Zero target. All staff are therefore actively encouraged and supported to implement new ways of working within their field of expertise.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Jonathan Smith - Ward Leader on 01872 255959 or jonathan.smith5@nhs.net

Julie Potts - Ward Leader on 01872 25 3272 or julie.potts7@nhs.net

Kate Schroder-Hockey - Matron on 07824550021 or Kate.Schroder-Hockey@nhs.net



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13 days ago

Description

Do you want to be part of a professional service, committed to supporting students and colleagues and delivering an exceptional student experience?  Are you customer focussed and flexible in your approach?  Do you enjoy working with a wide range of different people?

The Student Education Service is a passionate and ambitious University service that supports 38,000-plus students and 9,200-plus staff to deliver an exceptional student experience. Our teams are committed to supporting every student to make the most of their time at Leeds and go on to succeed in their chosen career.

Teamwork is key to our success and we proactively seek to work collaboratively with others in the wider University community and externally. If you like the idea of being part of a community of 800 professional staff working across our beautiful campus then we would love to hear from you. 

The University is an exciting, and creative environment in which to build a career. Our staff have a broad array of skills and experience and work together in collaborative and inclusive ways in partnership with our students and academic colleagues. We value diversity and welcome everyone to our global community. We are professional, helpful, approachable and inclusive - values that we are all committed to. Find out more about how our staff describe our Student Education Service culture here. 

We have opportunities for you to be part of the team in either Assessment or Admissions, however other roles may also be available in other areas of the Student Education Service. Find out more about the breadth of our Service here. Duties will include:

•    Assessment: coordinating submissions, collating and processing marks, liaising with teaching staff and external examiners, maintaining records including VLE and supporting assessment boards

•    Admissions: processing applications for taught programmes, providing advice and guidance to applicants, and contributing to the organisation and delivery of recruitment events.

You will be enthusiastic about supporting student education activity, be adaptable and flexible, whilst being comfortable working across different teams and with a variety of colleagues across the University. You will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to work collaboratively.  You will be able to effectively support and guide the work of team members, acting as a point of expertise within the team. With a strong customer focus, you will always think about how we can do better and will contribute proactively to improving our Service.

Our commitment to inclusion 

We welcome and encourage applications from all sections of the community. For this role we would particularly welcome applications from the BAME community, as these groups are underrepresented across SES. We will select the best candidate solely on the basis of merit and ability to do the job.

To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact: 

Claire Smith, Faculty Education Service Manager

c.l.smith@leeds.ac.uk


Please note: If you are not a British or Irish citizen, from 1 January 2021 you will require permission to work in the UK. This will normally be in the form of a visa but, if you are an EEA/Swiss citizen and resident in the UK before 31 December 2020, this may be your passport or status under the EU Settlement Scheme.

Due to the current Government Coronavirus lockdown and social distancing measures, the interviews for this role are likely to be conducted remotely using Microsoft Teams or Zoom.  It is also expected that relevant work within these roles may be done remotely, within the UK, while these restrictions remain in place.

Location: Leeds - Main Campus
Faculty/Service: Student Education Service
School/Institute: Student Operations
Category: Administrative and Clerical Support
Grade: Grade 5
Salary: £23,067 to £26,715 p.a.
Post Type: Full Time
Contract Type: Ongoing
Release Date: Wednesday 10 February 2021
Closing Date: Wednesday 24 February 2021
Interview Date: To be confirmed
Reference: SESSO1161
Downloads:  Candidate Brief  
Source: University of Leeds