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Consultant Psychiatrist in CAMHS

National Health Service

Thorn Road Clinic, NW
4 days ago
Thorn Road Clinic, NW
£82.096k - £110.683k Per Year
4 days ago
£82.096k - £110.683k Per Year

Job Reference: 329-HAL600-A

Employer:
North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Halton Medical Staff
Location:
Thorn Road Clinic, Runcorn
Salary:
£82,096 - £110,683 per annum pro rata

The vacancy has arisen due to retirement of current post holder. This is an exciting opportunity for a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist to provide leadership and medical input to our Halton CAMHS team at Thorn road clinic, Runcorn.

The successful candidate will be joining the Community CAMHS team during an exciting period of community service transformation towards locality based care delivery model across the Trust and will be keen to participate in the change process.
The successful candidate will be strongly committed to patient care and take a leadership role and support the team. You will work closely with the other full time CAMHS Consultant colleague in Halton.

This role may be suitable for non-UK or non-EEA job applicants wishing to apply for Home Office Tier 2 sponsorship.
Halton Borough has excellent senior leadership team, and we are known for our friendly working relationships. Medical input and leadership from medical staff is highly valued in the Borough.

The Trust has academic links with the Universities of Liverpool and Manchester and has an active in-house academic programme.

This post is subject to an enhanced check with adult’s barred list Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check. Successful candidates will either have a valid DBS check with the Trust or will be required to pay for the cost of the DBS Disclosure which is £47.50, the cost of which will be deducted from first salary.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Dr Nanda Dayalan - Associate Medical Director

nanda.dayalan@nwbh.nhs.uk



From 1st April 2021 our Wigan, Bolton and Greater Manchester Services will transfer to Greater Manchester Mental Health Foundation Trust.

From 1st June 2021 our Cheshire and Mersey Services will transfer to Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.

Successful candidates will therefore either commence with the relevant organisation if the start date is after the transfer date. If the start date is before the transfer date your employment will TUPE transfer to the relevant organisation.

After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred Third-party recruitment system. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. By applying for this post you are agreeing to North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust transferring the information contained in this application to its preferred applicant management system. If appointed information will also be transferred into the national NHS Electronic Staff Records system.

There may be some occasions where we have to close a vacancy early once sufficient applications have been received.

Applications from job seekers who require sponsorship to work in the United Kingdom (UK) are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications. Please note that from January 2021, to work in the UK all candidates who are not UK or Republic of Ireland (RoI) nationals require sponsorship unless you have permission to work via another route. Overseas applicants applying for entry clearance into the UK must present a criminal record certificate from each country they have resided in continuously or cumulatively for 12 months or more in the past 10 years.

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Senior Programme Manager - Patient Safety

National Health Service

Liverpool, NW
1 day ago
Liverpool, NW
£53.168k - £62.001k Per Year
1 day ago
£53.168k - £62.001k Per Year

Job Reference: 410-SPM821-MF

Employer:
Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
410 L5 IA Team (AHSN) (680140)
Location:
Liverpool
Salary:
£53,168 to £62,001 pa

As the largest single site specialist heart and chest hospital in the UK, we, at Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, have a clear vision 'to be the best cardiothoracic integrated healthcare organisation'.

We provide specialist services in cardiothoracic surgery, cardiology, respiratory medicine including adult cystic fibrosis and diagnostic imaging, both in the hospital and out in the community.

We serve a catchment area of 2.8 million people, spanning Merseyside, Cheshire, North Wales and the Isle of Man, and increasingly we receive referrals from outside these areas for highly specialised services such as aortics.

Heart and lung disease continue to be amongst the biggest killers in the UK and the communities we serve are marked by increased prevalence of cardiovascular disease, higher levels of heart failure, hypertension, coronary artery disease and an ageing population.

Our reputation for strong performance is important in delivering the best care for our patients and high quality clinical services. This is underpinned by a culture of research and innovation, delivered in modern estate and facilitated by technology. New and upgraded clinical areas are designed with patients and families fully involved to deliver their needs.

As part of our long term plan, we aim to form strong clinical and organisational relationships where possible. There is clear evidence that partnerships improve patient care and enhance quality and we aim to collaborate with a range of other providers and professionals with the aim to extending access and improve quality.


This post is being advertised by LHCH on behalf of the Innovation Agency, the Academic Health Science Network for the North West Coast.

Innovation Agency Senior Programme Manager – Patient Safety (Mental Health)

The Innovation Agency (IA) is one of 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) established by the NHS in England to accelerate the spread of innovations. The Innovation Agency website contains more details about the organisation and its area of cover which includes Merseyside, South Cumbria, Lancashire and most of Cheshire.

This is an exciting time to join the Innovation Agency. The need for innovation in our health and care systems has never been greater, with the Innovation Agency playing a key role in the rapid adoption and spread of new technologies and ways of working designed to transform and improve the quality and safety of care delivery.

We have a number of new posts planned for 2021, including the Senior Programme Manager – Patient Safety (Mental Health).

This is an exciting opportunity to work in a fast-paced innovative patient safety team. The patient safety team supports local delivery of the NHS Patient Safety Strategy and the NHS Long Term plan’s golden thread of patient safety.

Our aim is to help the NHS North West Coast be one of the safest healthcare systems in the world. Our work is commissioned by NHS England and NHS Improvement.

We work collaboratively across the breadth of patient safety on national and local workstreams, with patients and staff from across Lancashire, South Cumbria, Cheshire and Merseyside. Our current areas of focus are:

  • Deteriorating patient
  • Maternal and Neonatal Health
  • Medicines safety and optimisation
  • Adoption and spread of proven patient safety interventions
  • Mental Health

Our local workstreams include innovations and collaboratives around Atrial Fibrillation, Cardio-Vascular Disease, bone health improvement and respiratory. We are involved in developing and delivering learning systems, workshops and coaching staff from the front-line to board level in quality improvement and patient safety.

You will be working closely with our Associate Director on their programmes and will get the opportunity to work across the breadth of work across the organisation. You will bring experience of working with or within the NHS and a passion for patient safety improvement.

This is a senior role within our team and you will get the opportunity to help us scope our programmes of work, support our region to develop national programmes and deputise for the Associate Director both locally and nationally.

For this role we are looking for a confident and effective communicator with excellent experience of managing complex projects across a range of health topics, as well as the ability to be agile in a rapidly changing environment.

Experience of quality improvement and working within our areas of focus is desirable. Whilst a clinical qualification is not essential, improvement work within mental health settings is particularly relevant and clinical expertise in this area may be an advantage for this post.

This role is a fixed term appointment for 12 months. Due to the fixed-term nature of the post, applications for secondments will be considered.

We encourage interested applicants to discuss this role with Andrew Cooper, Clinical Director. Please email to arrange an informal discussion: andrew.cooper@innovationagencynwc.nhs.uk



We reserve the right to close this vacancy early. Therefore, interested applicants are advised to apply as early as possible.

Please review the job description and person specification carefully before applying to ensure that you meet the essential requirements for the post.

All applicants will be contacted and informed by email whether they were successfully shortlisted for interview.

As part of you pre-employment checks we will be required to obtain satisfactory references. We require at least one written reference from your current or most recent employer. We are only able to accept references from a professional work email address.

From April 2017 the Government plans to extend the requirement to provide a criminal record certificate to Tier 2 visa applicants coming to work in Education, Health and Social Care sectors and to their adult dependants.

If you are a Tier 2 visa applicant and you are coming to work in an occupation defined by the relevant Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code, you will be required to provide a criminal record certificate from any country you have lived in for 12 months or more in the last 10 years, this is also applicable for your adult dependants.

Employers are expected to implement the Care Certificate for all applicable new starters from April 2015. The Care Certificate aims to equip health and social care support workers with the knowledge and skills which they need to provide safe, compassionate care. We expect all new starters in clinical, patient facing posts (bands 1-4) to complete all 15 standards of the Care Certificate, within their first 6 months with the Trust.

Flexible Working applications will be considered in line the Trusts flexible working policies.

The Trust is a no-smoking site.

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Senior Data Scientist

Cathcart Associates

Stockport, NW
Today
Stockport, NW
£60k - £60k Per Year
Today
£60k - £60k Per Year

Senior Data Scientist Role - Manchester
A Senior Data Scientist is needed to join a Consultancy in the South Manchester area, as they look to grow their data & analytics team for taking on some huge projects in 2021.
This role offers the chance to progress your career in data science as you deal with a variety of fast-moving clients from all over the UK.
You will be utilising their exciting technology to solve some unique data challenges where you can show your ability in delivering solutions and thinking creatively. This means working with the company's internal data model built from a multitude of data sources, so not only will you be using their internal data, but also large data sets to help create new products for your customers!
Main Responsibilities:
  • Creating and implementing algorithms to meet your client requirements
  • Building and maintaining relationships with various stakeholders throughout the business, both internal and external
  • Represent the company when meeting external partners
  • Develop your understanding of the company's data sets to solve your client's data challenges
  • Deliver on solutions by exploring and analysing both internal and the client's own data to create new insights for projects, whilst working alongside different business partners.

Requirements:
  • Academic background (PHD, MSc or BSc) in disciplines such as Computer Science, Mathematics, Machine Learning and others
  • Passionate about complex problem solving using big data sets, as part of a team or individually
  • Sound understanding of Machine Learning, NLP and statistical modelling.
  • Programming experience, ideally Python or R
  • Great communication skills, with the ability to explain work to non-technical stakeholders

This an exciting opportunity, if you think this matches your skillset please apply or call Jordan from Cathcart Technology on 0161 672 5419.
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Junior Data Scientist

Cathcart Associates

Stockport, NW
Today
Stockport, NW
£30k - £32k Per Year
Today
£30k - £32k Per Year

Junior Data Scientist - South Manchester

Looking for a Junior Data Scientist to join a Data consultancy in the Manchester Area.
This is an exciting opportunity for a fresh graduate or someone with an analytical background to take their first big step in the data science field. It offers the chance for you to learn from some of the best Data Scientists, Data Engineers and Data Analysts around.
You'll be joining the data team, where you'll be able to face clients and collaborate with various stakeholders. This gives you the space to think creatively in a culture that encourages innovative ideas and putting them into practice to deliver solutions for your client's needs.
Requirements:
  • Academic background (PHD, MSc or BSc) in disciplines such as Computer Science, Mathematics, Machine Learning and others
  • Passionate about complex problem solving using big data sets, as part of a team or individually
  • Sound understanding of Machine Learning.
  • Solid Python or R skills
  • Great communication skills, with the ability work alongside other Data Scientists and Data Engineers

If you're looking to begin your career in data science, then this is the role for you. Apply below or give Jordan from Cathcart Technology a call on 0161 672 5419.
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Principal Engineer - Civils – Rail

Arcadis

Warrington, NW
3 days ago
Warrington, NW
3 days ago

We currently have opportunities for talented Principal Civil Engineer to join the Rail team based in Warrington. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a dynamic and successful team that is growing rapidly. Successful candidates will be rewarded with a rich diet of interesting and challenging rail projects and an opportunity to develop their careers with a successful global engineering consultancy.

About Company

At Company, we never lose sight of what’s most important. Because look beyond our projects and programmes and you’ll see it’s about human stories. From remaking public spaces that bring people together, to making cities easier to navigate, we’re focused on making an impact where it matters most – and improving quality of life.
It’s a big challenge. And why we need people committed to bringing their best, who deliver on their promises. People who value different perspectives, build sustainable relationships and dare to shape the future. People who seize the experiences available to transform their world – and the world around them.
It’s a shared goal amongst 27,000 Arcadians. And one we can only achieve by working together and applying our skills and expertise across design, consultancy, engineering, project and management services. It’s how we’ll find solutions to our clients’ most complex challenges. And how we’ll deliver exceptional results, today and tomorrow.

About The Team

Our UK Rail Team continues to add to their impressive list of project awards and recent successes have seen them secure some of the UK’s most high profile, complex and stimulating projects to complement their existing portfolio of works on programmes including Northern and Central Programmes, HS2, Crossrail and renewals and enhancement schemes across Network Rail Routes.
Representing approximately 16% of our global business, the railway sector is one of Company core markets, a position it has held throughout our 150-year history. We have an enviable reputation for delivery of some of the UK’s, and indeed the World’s, most prestigious and challenging schemes.
We have been involved in all major rail programmes since the 1980s including the Jubilee Line Extension, West Coast Main Line, Thameslink, Crossrail, IEP, HS1, Northern Hub, HS2, and Euston Redevelopment.

Requirements

Reporting to the Team Leader or Associate Director as a Principal Engineer you will provide design delivery on a variety of civils led multi-disciplinary projects within the rail environment. As we operate in such a diverse marketplace, you will gain an experience of working on a wide and varied portfolio of projects which will enhance your skills and test your technical knowledge.
You will be a key technical team member in the Warrington Rail Civils design team, responsible for and involved the delivery of project-related tasks to meet budget, time-frame and quality targets, meeting or exceeding client expectations, promoting and marketing all facets of Company services during interfaces with clients and other sectors and disciplines, contributing towards the achievement of the divisional business plan and to build networks within the industry.
We will ensure that we offer personal development which will allow you to progress your career and offer you the opportunity to be mentored by industry recognised Technical Leaders in their field who will lend you their experience and ensure that the training you receive will give you the best possible chance of success.

Essential Experience 

You will have a gained sCompanytantial civil / structural design experience ideally including some within the rail sector and in a consultancy environment
Have previous relevant experience including supervision of elements of large, complex projects
Chartered Engineer status with ICE or IStructE (or close to achieving)
Experience preparing design deliverables using civil engineering design software packages
You will be an Innovative thinker, a team player, proactive and delivery focused
An aptitude for Building Information Organizationelling and the workflow associated with projects delivered in a Common Data Environment
You will possess the enthusiasm to tackle stretch tasks
You will be flexible to travel throughout the UK on occasion
Excellent written and verbal communication skills with proven planning and organisation skills
Manage engineering activities that contribute to sustainable development
Good IT skills including Microsoft Office applications 

Duties & Responsibilities

Responsibilities of this role include, but are not limited to
Developing skills and knowledge base in both the technical and management streams
Leading and assisting with the preparation of documentation relating to projects
Designing in 3D Organizationelling environments such as AECOSim, Revit and Civil 3D
Preparing design calculations, drawings, specifications, reports and other project documentation as required in line with company and client requirements as well as national standards and codes of practice
Taking a lead role in the resolution of technical issues
Supervision and technical development of junior engineering team members
Attending site and taking a lead role in the completion of surveys in a rail environment
Gaining experience and proficiency in Company systems and procedures
Becoming familiar with, and compliant with, relevant Health, Safety and Welfare regulations and to promote a culture of awareness within the team
Building relationships with Clients on projects
Performing other duties and responsibilities as required from time to time by your manager or Company
Opportunity to work under mentorship to develop and undertake CRE responsibilities on Rail projects 

Minimum Academic Qualifications: 

Master’s degree in civil engineering

Achieved or very close to achieving Chartered or Incorporated Engineer professional status, or equivalent

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Programme Manager

National Health Service

Manchester, NW
4 days ago
Manchester, NW
£45.753k - £51.668k Per Year
4 days ago
£45.753k - £51.668k Per Year

Job Reference: 907-0210

Employer:
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
Department:
Centre for Guidelines
Location:
Manchester
Salary:
Band 8A £45,753 - £51,668

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) is the independent organisation responsible for providing national guidance and advice on promoting high quality health, public health and social care.
Our role is to improve outcomes for people using the NHS and other public health and social care services. We do this by:
• Producing evidence-based guidance and advice for health, public health and social care practitioners.
• Developing quality standards and performance metrics for those providing and commissioning health, public health and social care services;
• Providing a range of information services for commissioners, practitioners and managers across the spectrum of health and social care.

Please note, if the advertised role is based in London and is on an Agenda for Change Pay Band, it will attract a High Cost Area Supplement. No other roles attract this supplement.

After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred Third-party recruitment system. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from NICE Recruitment Trac system administered by NHS Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit (MLCSU). If you are appointed to a post, information will also be transferred into the NHS Electronic Staff Records system.

You will not be able to track the progress of your application or receive messages through NHS Jobs, and furthermore, as an employer, we will not be able to respond to any e-mails sent to us via NHS Jobs. If you have a query relating to your application, please contact the recruitment team at careers@nice.nhs.uk


Role: Programme Manager (Centre for Guidelines – Public Health team)
Location: Manchester

2020 was the year that has changed the way we view the world we live in, and as a result, here at NICE we are going through an exciting period of change and rapid growth. There could not be a better time to join us.

As a result of the above we are looking for skilled Programme Manager to guide the organisation through this period of dynamic transformation.

Why choose NICE? As an organisation we all collaborate to achieve the same goal through empowering our workforce to do great things. Health and well being is a top priority for us because we understand the importance of creating a respectful, supportive and transparent environment for all our employees.

The Role:
Reporting to the Associate Director for PH guidelines the Public Health Programme Manager (PM) is responsible for managing a programme of work developing PH guidelines. They will lead on the development and maintenance of an effective process to deliver these guidelines, establish and maintain effective engagement with all key stakeholders of the programme, including the PH Advisory Committees (PHACs) and manage internal cross-team processes and planning.

What you will bring to NICE:
To be considered for this role, we are looking for someone to:

  • Manage all aspects of the delivery of the PH programme, directing the planning and allocation of work and monitoring work programme deliverables
  • Be responsible for leading on appropriate communication and liaison between other NICE staff and the team
  • Develop and implementing policies for managing programmes of work and quality assurance procedures across the programme including risk management
  • Assist the Associate Director (AD) to lead on long-term planning and strategy development for the programme
  • line manage staff according to Institutes policies including performance review, objective setting, personal development through day to day management, identification of training needs and mentoring and providing advice


The post holder should be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Experience of the programme management of multiple complex projects
  • Ability to analyse and synthesise complex information and present it clearly and precisely, both verbally and in writing
  • Ability to cope with multiple and changing demands, meet tight deadlines and exercise sound judgement in the face of conflicting pressures
  • Experience of working at a senior level in the health or other relevant sector
  • Experience in managing, training and motivating staff

Why NICE:
Here at NICE we are passionate and proud of the work we do and the impact we make.
We can offer you a great place to work with good benefits, flexible working and a supportive, friendly and inclusive environment.
We have an academic culture committed to producing high quality work and we take collective responsibility.
The Department:
The Centre for Guidelines is responsible for developing guidance on the promotion of good health and social care and the prevention of ill health, the appropriate treatment and care for people with specific diseases and conditions, and service delivery. The Public health team is responsible for developing public health guidance.
For an informal discussion please contact Sarah Willett, Associate Director, 020 7045 2116, sarah.willett@nice.org.uk
Closing date: 7th March 2021
Interview date: 25 March 2021

Important - Due to NICE’s use of anonymised recruitment practices we ask all candidates not to include any personal details within their CV. Please ensure you provide sufficient information in the profile section to allow our team to make an informed judgement about your suitability for this role at this stage.

NICE is committed to the equality, diversity and inclusion of all our candidates and staff, and we are committed to creating a workforce which represents the communities we serve. We welcome applications from everyone, and in particular we encourage applications from candidates with disabilities, and candidates from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds who are currently under-represented in our workforce. Please contact Careers@nice.org.uk if you wish to discuss any additional needs or reasonable adjustments which may support your success at interview.



The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence offers a dynamic and friendly working environment where teamwork is highly valued.
* We offer a range of benefits including the NHS pension scheme and childcare voucher scheme
* We provide a thorough induction programme
* Personal development is supported through extensive training and development opportunities
* We promote flexible working to help staff achieve a healthy work life balance
* We value equality and diversity and welcomes applicants from all sections of the community
* We will interview all disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria in line with the NHS Guaranteed Interview Scheme
Please make sure that you read the job description and person specification as your application will be shortlisted against these criteria.
Please provide full contact details for all referees within your application form including email addresses. Referees provided must include your current line manager and cover the last two employers.

We reserve the right to close any vacancies from further submissions when we have received sufficient applications from which to make a shortlist. Please ensure you apply without delay if you wish to be considered for this role.

Please note all contact is made via NICE Recruitment – Trac system administered by NHS Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit (MLCSU). Please check your account regularly. If you are shortlisted for interview you will be required to provide proof of ID and the right to work in the UK. (Please refer to attached guidance documents for further details). Failure to bring the required proof will mean that we may be unable to proceed with your interview.

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Research Fellow in Patient Centred Research

National Health Service

Manchester, NW
4 days ago
Manchester, NW
4 days ago

Research Fellow in Patient Centred Research

The Christie NHS FT

The closing date is 14 March 2021

Job overview

An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Christie Patient Centred Research (CPCR) team at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust for a Research Fellow to take a lead role in delivering the Trusts plan to increase high quality patient-centred research and implement the CPCR Vision.

Applicants should hold a good degree in nursing, allied health, psychology or other scientific-based subject and have a strong research background with experience of preparing grant applications.

Main duties of the job

The post holder will be expected to work alongside The Professor of Cancer Nursing and CPCR Senior Research Fellow to advance the patient-centred research profile of the Trust. Working with colleagues in The Trust and at the University, he/she will be expected to develop applications for research grants and secure research funding. The successful applicant will lead the delivery of major research projects, manage day to day activity and additional research staff, be responsible for delivering projects within specified time frames, and ensure presentation and publication of research findings. The post holder will also have a role in supporting the development of clinicians (nurses, allied health professionals and medical doctors) to engage with patient-centred research across the clinical divisions.

About us

ORGANISATIONAL ARRANGEMENTS

Accountable to: Professor of Cancer Nursing, CPCR Senior Research Fellow

Other accountabilities: Director of Research and Innovation

Job description

Job responsibilities

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Planning, organisational and governance tasks / duties

  • Lead in developing protocol ideas through liaison with clinical professionals across the trust and University partners.
  • As principal investigator or co-applicant create research protocols detailing research ideas, time and financial schedules in collaboration with clinical professionals, appropriate university groups, and R&D.
  • Manage research applications through national systems, supporting co-applicants through the process.
  • Develop research schedules and project plans and timelines for each study.
  • Take lead responsibility for resolving problems of meeting research objectives and deadlines. Including planning, co-ordination and implementation of economic components to ensure that they contribute effectively to the research programme in a timely manner.
  • Manage the day to day running of research projects, convening and chairing project meetings, creating reports and liaising with supervisory figures.
  • Ensure good clinical practice guidelines (GCP) are adhered to all stages of the research.

Strategic and policy related tasks

  • Contribute to the strategic development of CPCR and patient-centred research activities within the School of Oncology and across the Trust.
  • Contribute to Trust responses to national strategic documents relating to professional research development of health care professionals.
  • Assist in developing policy relating to sustainable changes in clinical practice as a result of delivering research protocols.
  • Liaise with departments and MAHSC partners in developing strategic approaches to research studies and in collaborations over joint proposals.
  • Work to promote the reputation of The Christie as a centre of excellence in cancer patient-centred research.

Patient / service user related tasks /duties

  • Oversee patient involvement in research protocols in the department, including overseeing recruitment rates, patient involvement, patient safety, etc.
  • Be responsible for ensuring patient safety issues are paramount in developing and delivering research protocols.
  • Ensure recruitment of patients to deliver research projects within studies being directly managed by the post holder.
  • Be responsible for ensuring ethical informed consent for studies. Ensure complex information is explained in a simple, comprehensible and sensitive manner, and that patients are consented appropriately in adherence with study protocols and guidelines.
  • Conduct the collection of sensitive research data optimising accuracy of data. Manage highly sensitive issues and provide emotional support to participants when discussing difficult and upsetting issues.
  • Ensure confidentiality is maintained in line with research protocols and GCP. Lead in making clinical decisions about management of sensitive patient disclosures during research interviews.
  • Lead in working with clinical professionals to identify changes in clinical practice as a result of research findings.

Responsibilities for data management & information resources

  • Ensure all data management processes for projects directly managed; including overseeing the creation of data collection questionnaires
  • Lead in liaising with statisticians and develop appropriate statistical designs for study protocols.
  • Liaise with the MAHSC CTU to set up data management systems for studies when appropriate.
  • Manage data entry, data cleaning, and data handling of project data.
  • Conduct basic statistical tests on data, and liaise with statisticians to ensure full data analysis and interpretation.
  • Develop & use qualitative study design using appropriate methods of data collection and analysis.

Responsibilities for human resources

  • Lead in identifying HR requirements for studies.
  • With the CPCR Senior Research Fellow, write JDs, and manage the recruitment process for research nurse, associate and assistant posts.
  • Provide day to day management to junior researchers working on studies that you directly manage.

Responsibility for financial resources

  • Liaise with the Professor of Nursing, Senior Research Fellow, the R&D business manager to create financial plans for study protocols, costing pay and non pay items over the timeline of the study.
  • Actively and independently search out research funding opportunities and with the Professor of Nursing/Senior Research Fellow apply for these funds, or actively support trust clinical staff to apply for these funds.
  • Be accountable to the Professor of Nursing for day to day management of study finances.
  • Manage the expenses of junior research staff.

Research

  • Be responsible for developing new research protocols as both co-investigator and principle investigator.
  • Undertake literature reviews, critically appraise published research papers, analyse and synthesise data from different studies to create new theoretical ideas and innovations.
  • Develop methods for studies commensurate with the research aim and questions utilising qualitative and quantitative approaches.
  • Oversee the day to day management of delivery of research as per protocols.
  • Develop clinically relevant interventions with clinicians, patients, and trainers (when appropriate).
  • Be responsible for independently meeting timelines, study performance indicators, and quality management systems.
  • Interpret research findings and lead discussions with the team about clinical implications. Develop different phases of studies theoretically and conceptually based on results, clinical understanding and other research findings.
  • Ensure dissemination of research findings within the trust and externally to the Trust.
  • Write draft publications, and manage the publication process in research teams.
  • Attend conferences as per study protocols to publicise research outcomes.
  • Maintain personal knowledge and understanding of research processes, methods and analysis to ensure that the department uses optimal methodology in studies.

Teaching

  • Be responsible for developing and delivering innovative teaching interventions as part of research protocols. These could be aimed at clinical professional colleagues, patients, patient families, or the public.
  • Support the research development of all junior research staff in the department.
  • Formally or informally teach trust staff research methods, and other research skills.
  • Support other teaching in CPCR and School of Oncology when required.

Other

  • Be responsible for ensuring that personal professional and corporate essential training requirements, as dictated by the trust, are met in a timely manner.
  • Be responsible for booking an appointment and completing preparation work for annual appraisal. Engage in the PDR process and take responsibility for drafting a summary of the discussion and objectives.
  • Support the department and at times undertake other activities to ensure the smooth running of CPCR.

Person Specification

Other

Essential

  • Willing to travel throughout Manchester for research interviews in the patients homes
  • Willing to travel to conferences in the UK and abroad, has passport

Knowledge

Essential

  • Computer literate with Microsoft Office including Word, Powerpoint and Excel
  • Knowledge of different funding streams

Desirable

  • Knowledge of statistical packages
  • Knowledge of qualitative data analysis programmes

Skills

Essential

  • Ability to communicate in difficult situations with sensitivity and to manage emotionally charged conversations
  • Ability to negotiate on all levels with patients, family members, professionals of all disciplines
  • Being meticulous, having attention to detail, being thorough and organised
  • Ability to manage own time, work to deadlines and function under pressure
  • Ability to make decisions in pressurised and emotional situations
  • Being innovative, constructively critical, self critical, and able to articulate a rationale amongst senior colleagues.
  • Able to work independently and unsupervised, knowing when to ask for help

Experience

Essential

  • Experience of working on different research projects
  • Experience of use of quantitative and qualitative research methods
  • Experience of data management, cleaning, and analysis
  • Evidence of ability to write academic papers for peer review publication and present at research conference
  • Experience of managing the ethics submission process
  • Managing personal development and managing time to ensure academic updates

Desirable

  • Experience of writing protocols
  • Experience of being a Principal Investigator and holding grant funding
  • Experience of managing research budgets
  • Experience in PPIE
  • Experience in clinical research

Qualifications

Essential

  • MSc/MRes / qualification or equivalent in research experience
  • Professional Qualification (Nurse, AHP, medicine, other science related qualification)

Desirable

  • PhD

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

The Christie NHS FT

Address

Education - H00004

Manchester

M20 4BX


Employer's website

https://www.christie.nhs.uk/

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Slater Gordon

Manchester, NW
9 days ago
Manchester, NW
9 days ago

Slater and Gordon are a leading consumer law firm and our mission is to give people easier access to world class legal services. We are a legal services business powered by technology and led by people that support customers in every step of their case.

We are looking to appoint a talented, Solicitor 4 years PQE to join our first class, specialist clinical negligence team in Manchester.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is passionate about the work they do, the service they provide and getting the best results for their clients. Our team ofClinical negligence solicitors are experts in dealing with NHS and medical negligence claims ranging from medical misdiagnosis to amputation, cancer, nerve injury, spine injury, birth injury, head/brain injury and negligence claims against doctors, surgeons and hospitals.

Client service is at the heart of Slater and Gordon’s business: We take pride in the quality of instructions we secure and the unfailing support we provide to our clients. You’ll need talent, ambition, focus and drive. We’ll also need you to have fantastic organisational skills and attention to detail.

At Slater and Gordon Lawyers (UK) we are inclusive. We celebrate multiple approaches and points of view. We believe diversity drives innovation. So, we’re building a culture where difference is valued. Our culture motivates our employees to give their full selves to the job and invest in the company’s future. Our people see value in their work and are eager to do well in their roles. Our values ensure that all our employees are working towards the same goals.

Responsibilities to include.

  • Managing your own, varied caseload and files in-line with National Practice Standards and complying with precedents.
  • Drafting court documents, preparing schedules, creating files, proof reading and briefing counsel.
  • Drafting Witness statements.
  • Drafting schedules of Loss.
  • Instructing Medical experts.
  • Cost budgeting.
  • Delegating to more junior fee earners and legal support staff to meet required deadlines as well as providing supervision when required.
  • Marketing and networking initiatives to help develop further business.

About You.

  • Clinical Negligence experience would be a distinct advantage however applicants with a strong personal injury background will also be considered.
  • Strong commercial awareness and a good level of understanding of the relative law is required.
  • A good law degree or legal academic background such as ILEX study & LLM or LPC.
  • Proven ability of nurturing and developing professional networks, both internally and externally would be highly advantageous.
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to build and maintain good working relationships.
  • Excellent client care and communication skills are essential.

What we offer in return:

We offer a flexible agile working environment, alongside a competitive salary and benefits package including 25 days holiday allowance plus the option to purchase an extra 5 days, pension scheme, health cash plan, life assurance and income protection insurance. The opportunity to develop a rewarding and successful career with an award- winning law firm.

  • Please Note - Vacancies may closed prior to the expiry date displayed, subject to volume ofapplications received.

Salary

£82.096k - £110.683k Per Year

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

4 days ago

Description

Job Reference: 329-HAL600-A

Employer:
North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Halton Medical Staff
Location:
Thorn Road Clinic, Runcorn
Salary:
£82,096 - £110,683 per annum pro rata

The vacancy has arisen due to retirement of current post holder. This is an exciting opportunity for a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist to provide leadership and medical input to our Halton CAMHS team at Thorn road clinic, Runcorn.

The successful candidate will be joining the Community CAMHS team during an exciting period of community service transformation towards locality based care delivery model across the Trust and will be keen to participate in the change process.

The successful candidate will be strongly committed to patient care and take a leadership role and support the team. You will work closely with the other full time CAMHS Consultant colleague in Halton.

This role may be suitable for non-UK or non-EEA job applicants wishing to apply for Home Office Tier 2 sponsorship.

Halton Borough has excellent senior leadership team, and we are known for our friendly working relationships. Medical input and leadership from medical staff is highly valued in the Borough.

The Trust has academic links with the Universities of Liverpool and Manchester and has an active in-house academic programme.

This post is subject to an enhanced check with adult’s barred list Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check. Successful candidates will either have a valid DBS check with the Trust or will be required to pay for the cost of the DBS Disclosure which is £47.50, the cost of which will be deducted from first salary.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Dr Nanda Dayalan - Associate Medical Director

nanda.dayalan@nwbh.nhs.uk




From 1st April 2021 our Wigan, Bolton and Greater Manchester Services will transfer to Greater Manchester Mental Health Foundation Trust.

From 1st June 2021 our Cheshire and Mersey Services will transfer to Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.

Successful candidates will therefore either commence with the relevant organisation if the start date is after the transfer date. If the start date is before the transfer date your employment will TUPE transfer to the relevant organisation.

After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred Third-party recruitment system. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. By applying for this post you are agreeing to North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust transferring the information contained in this application to its preferred applicant management system. If appointed information will also be transferred into the national NHS Electronic Staff Records system.

There may be some occasions where we have to close a vacancy early once sufficient applications have been received.

Applications from job seekers who require sponsorship to work in the United Kingdom (UK) are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications. Please note that from January 2021, to work in the UK all candidates who are not UK or Republic of Ireland (RoI) nationals require sponsorship unless you have permission to work via another route. Overseas applicants applying for entry clearance into the UK must present a criminal record certificate from each country they have resided in continuously or cumulatively for 12 months or more in the past 10 years.