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Quality Operations Manager

Vitality

Stockport, NW
6 days ago
Stockport, NW
6 days ago

Vitality, Quality Operations Manager, Stockport or Bournemouth, £Competitive + Bonus + Benefits

We’re the UK insurer and investment provider that rewards people for positive lifestyle choices. With 1.25m+ UK members and more than 25m globally, we’re out to make the world a healthier, happier place.

That applies as much to our people as it does to our members. So, as well as a highly competitive pay package, you’ll enjoy: Free places to Vitality sponsored run events, online fitness classes and wellbeing workshops, competitions to win tickets to top-flight sporting events, health checks and access to our full range of partners and rewards. 

It’s what we call offering shared value, because a healthy, happy team is good for us, good for our members, and good for you.

As ourQuality Operations Manager, you’ll get the benefits our members enjoy, including:

- Our award-winning private Vitality Health insurance + wellness incentive programme

- Access to The Vitality Programme – Apple Watch, Waitrose and Partners, Garmin, Amazon Prime, Champneys Spa days, Rakuten TV and half-price gym memberships to name a few!

- Personal health fund + Life Assurance

- Stakeholder Pension Plan with employer contribution

- 25 days annual leave + Bank holidays + option to buy and sell 5 more

- Flexible benefits package

- Internal incentives, competitions, and awards – a chance to win football and sports tickets or even be in with a chance to have a holiday of a lifetime

- A genuine opportunity to grow and establish a long-term career

As our Quality Operations Manager, you will ensure the integrity of Vitality Health’s Quality Management System, directing and controlling resources, engaging key stakeholders internally and externally to ensure achievement of all quality objectives in accordance with the Vitality quality philosophy, thereby helping to ensure customers are provided with a high-quality service that complies with regulatory requirements and business needs.

Your role as our Quality Operations Manager will involve:

- Conducting effective coaching, development and performance management of the Quality Managers

- Overseeing the production of Operational Dashboards for key stakeholders and senior management

- Setting departmental action plans to iteratively improve quality scores and customer outcomes

- Leading quality initiatives – including change initiatives within the department as well as key trend-analysis to drive additional business value and support operational excellence

- Guiding the quality function to deliver against agreed strategic departmental targets

- Supporting the development of a UK-wide Quality Assurance network across Vitality Group to drive towards closer strategic and methodological alignment and share/implement best practice across the Vitality Group

- Fostering close collaboration with Operations Managers and Head’s to ensure business needs and requirements are understood and met, and performance standards are achieved

- Externally building relationships with key external partners to ensure effective day to day quality operations

- Taking responsibility for the effective performance of the speech analytics programme in Vitality and its associated implementation plans

- Working closely with all other elements of the Business Performance Centre (MI & Planning Resources and the Continuous Improvement Team) to deliver effective business change

What we are looking for in our ideal Quality Operations Manager:

- Significant experience of leading and managing in a quality assurance environment

- Excellent numerical skills and understanding of data analysis/statistical methods – including sigma ratings and DPMO tools

- Detailed understanding of business process methodologies and techniques used to measure performance of service agents

- Outstanding communication skills to lead the function through change and to present in front of large and diverse senior stakeholder groups

- Experience in using automated QA/speech analytics technology or equivalent

- Proven experience in influencing wider business areas to deliver significant quality results

Closing Date: Wednesday 3rd March 2021

Working for Vitality, you'll experience an exciting mix of creativity and innovation, within a framework of challenging objectives and a passion for delivering the best.

Our people are chosen for their skills, knowledge, enthusiasm, and attitude but above all, their belief that anything can be achieved.

If you feel you have the skills and experience to become our Quality Operations Manager, thenplease click ‘apply’ today.

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Operations Manager

Equals One LTD

Oldham, NW
1 day ago
Oldham, NW
1 day ago

Operations Manager

Salary dependent on experience

Oldham/Manchester

Full time

The Company

A fabricator and manufacturer of fire sprinkler pipework, specialising in cutting, grooving and powder coating. Trading under current ownership for 3 years and operating from a site based in Oldham/Manchester, our 27,000 sq ft facility produces over 3,000 tonnes of raw material turned into client specification with an unrivalled lead time in the market..
With turnover in the region of £8 million versus historic turnover in the last few years of approximately £5million the company has seen substantial growth. At time of advertising a new £1.5 million contract has been secured into a new Mainland European Market and the business is on a short term trajectory to exceed £10 million turnover. In addition to this, we have recently secured an Equity Partner (Shawston – the UK leading supplier to the Commercial Fire Sprinkler Marketing).

The Candidate

An experienced, qualified Operations Manager with commercial experience. A manager who can lead a team and genuinely inspire a team to continuously improve their performance. An individual that has a personality and can energise business situations and environments. A self-starting business leader that can cope with targets and pressure to deliver.

Ideally you will possess a background from within engineering and have affinity with the product. This role would suit an individual who is looking to grow and develop with a forward-thinking company and who is ready for the next step in their career to manage and direct a team of production and transport personnel. You will be expected to engage in the day to day managing of the production plant and motivate and drive the team to succeed.

Key responsibilities but not limited to: -

·Oversee production and stock checks, capacity planning and lean production background biased, target planning.

·Environment and waste management

·Ensure health and safety practices/procedures/audits are being carried out

·Ensure forklift and machinery inspections are being carried out daily

·Conduct staff 1-2-1’s and training as required

·HR Management

·Constantly look to make cost savings on overheads/production costs

·Tool box talks

·Record holidays for staff and coordinate branch attendance

·Keeping records of staff sickness and lateness

·Arrange customer deliveries

·Implement new procedures

The ideal candidate will:

·Be able to evidence relevant experience

·Previous experience within an engineering role

·Demonstrate good leadership skills

·Have good time management skills

·Be able to work under their own initiative

·Have excellent communication skills

·Be proactive with a desire to succeed

·Be well organised and show keen attention to detail

Remuneration

·We have a strict remuneration philosophy. To pay market salaries for the job being done.

·We are looking to recruit a candidate that can demonstrate they are the perfect fit for the company culture.

·Basic salary will be in-line with the experience of the candidate and benchmarked salary levels. There is an opportunity to be part of a substantial performance bonus.

·Holiday entitlement of 25 days running January to December.

·Pension contributions in-line with the company policy as per People’s Pension scheme.

Please do not apply for this role if you do not have the relevant experience.

Please no Recruitment Agencies

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Operational Manager

National Health Service

Bolton, NW
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Bolton, NW
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Operational Manager

Greater Manchester Mental Health NHSFT

The closing date is 09 March 2021

Job overview

The Psychological Therapies Division within GMMH is offering an exciting role within the Bolton Team.

The Operational Manager post provides an ideal opportunity for the right candidate to develop into a managerial role. For those already with management experience, this role provides you with the additional challenges of taking day to day responsibility for managing the demand and flow within a large IAPT reporting service.

A wide range of therapeutic offers are available within the service, including the option of digitally supported interventions, face to face, video and group support, all provided from a wide range of therapists across the full stepped care model. We also provide flexible working options for our staff with a mixture of clinic based and home working sessions.

There is a strong BAME supportive culture within both the service and the Trust, with staff being actively involved in the Trust BAME network, influencing recruitment, development and policy decision making.

Main duties of the job

This high quality service comprises of a stable and well established range of Step 2, Step 3 and the non IAPT reporting Step 3+ clinicians. The role includes an aspect of direct line management responsibility across all of the steps, a crucial dimension which allows for a thorough understanding of the components that contribute to overall service performance. The service is community based and works within a neighborhood model where the focus is on developing strong local links that influence and shape service development.These links are sustained through co location of therapy services into local community and primary health care settings, promoting a collaborative approach to supporting the local population with both physical and mental health difficulties. The service also has a key interest in supporting those with Long Term Conditions and Diabetes.

About us

Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH) is one of the leading mental health trusts in the UK.

Serving a population of 1.2million people, across one of the most exciting and affordable cities in Europe, GMMH provides community and inpatient mental health care, alongside prison in reach, substance misuse services, a specialist centre for mental health and deafness and inpatient perinatal mental health care.

The Trust employs around 5700 people, who make a difference across 130 locations. Staff at GMMH work to improve lives with a culture based on five core values:

  • We are caring and compassionate
  • We inspire hope
  • We work together
  • We value and respect
  • We are open and honest

GMMH is one of the most active research trusts in the UK, with one of the highest levels of recruitment to clinical trials for mental health.

We have been rated Good overall by the Care Quality Commission. Our substance misuse services and leadership were rated as Outstanding

Job description

Job responsibilities

Job Description

Post Title

Operational Manager

Band

8a

Directorate

Chorlton, Manchester

Location/Base

Bolton

Responsible to

Assistant Director: GMMH Psychological Therapies Division

Accountable to

Strategic Lead: GMMH Psychological Therapies Division

Hours of Duty

Monday to Friday, 37.5hours

Job Summary/Purpose

To take responsibility for the management of Bolton Psychological Therapies: including the Step 2 and 3 IAPT reporting components, and the non-IAPT step 3+ component of the service. The post holder will provide line management supervision of the team leader and a proportion of the clinical staff.

To improve, monitor, evaluate and report on the performance of the service in the context of challenging national and local Key Performance Indicators, and a newly evolving commissioning environment. The post holder will ensure the most cost effective use of resources.

To participate in the formulation of operational policies and procedures for the service. To monitor and evaluate these in accordance with an agreed model.

As a Senior Manager, to participate in the cross-district GMMH Primary Care Psychology Management Team and its associated sub-groups.

Main Duties & Responsibilities

Management

  • To have overall responsibility for the operational management of the Primary Care Psychology service in line with the service specification.
  • To ensure an up-to-date knowledge of the commissioning landscape of Primary Care psychology Services and the strategic direction of the services.
  • To be responsible for monitoring the capacity of the Service in relation to the demand flow and reporting and managing promptly the need for variation in staffing or skill-mix.
  • To be responsible for the prompt recruitment and induction of new staff to all posts within the Service, according to relevant procedures.
  • To ensure robust line management arrangements are in place for all staff which optimise the effectiveness and sustainability of the clinical services and administrative systems.
  • To ensure that all members of clinical and operational staff receive adequate and appropriate managerial supervision and support, by identifying and working with them, and the Strategic and Management Lead on their development and training needs.
  • To ensure that relevant systems are developed and utilised for the timely, effective, appropriate and equitable allocation of caseloads or other workload to clinical and operational staff.
  • To be responsible for the management, monitoring, validation and reporting of all waiting lists using the most up-to-date, electronic database systems available to the Service.
  • To be responsible for the maintenance of good standards of professional practice in partnership with the clinical lead.
  • To lead the teams in the development of their services, manage organisational change and in so doing, continuously improve the services.
  • To contribute to the development and organisation of integrated services with partner providers and other agencies in Bolton
  • To ensure effective liaison with other service providers, both within the Directorate and other agencies, through both formal and informal mechanisms.
  • To assist the Assistant Director in the management control of all operational budgets and actively contribute to the management of the relevant budgets by advising on and monitoring expenditure, staffing and cost pressures, and ensuring a balanced out-turn.
  • To ensure the high quality of activity and clinical effectiveness data, through regular design, production and interpretation of appropriate reports, monitoring and feedback to staff, in order to ensure the completeness and accuracy of the requisite minimum data set for each service.
  • To collate, produce and interpret other reports relating to the Primary Care Psychology Service, as required.

  • To contribute to the identification of unmet needs in planning and implementation of service development.
  • To understand, utilise and promote amongst staff the use of Trust-wide and Directorate recording and IT systems, including the recording and gathering of data relating to Key Performance Indicators, as required.
  • To work within Trust and Service Guidelines (as per relevant policies and procedures) and be aware of Government and national policies. To develop policies, systems and procedures as appropriate within the Primary Care Psychology Service.
  • To be responsible for ensuring the timely implementation of the Trusts appraisal process (IPDR) across the services.
  • To act up as required.
  • To ensure the most efficient use of resources and in conjunction with the Assistant Director be pro-active in doing so through service and resource planning.
  • In consultation with the clinical lead, to ensure all practice is in accordance with the Professional Practice Guidelines, Codes of Conduct, ethical frameworks and all other advisory documents.
  • To be a member of GMMH Primary Care Psychology Senior Leadership Team and attend meetings as required.

Clinical

  • To maintain an up-to-date knowledge of developments in psychological assessment and psychological therapies/interventions for psychological problems and other mental health conditions, including the scope and application of national or local guidelines (e.g. NICE guidelines)
  • To make complex clinical judgements in the development and management of the entry criteria for the Service and their respective referral, triage and waiting list management systems, in collaboration with the clinical lead, and as directed by the Strategic and Management Lead.
  • To ensure the Trust minimum standards are implicit in the planning of care and its delivery.

Clinical & Social Care Governance

  • In collaboration with the clinical lead, to be responsible for reviewing and revising referral and care pathways involving the services, as appropriate.
  • To collaborate with other team managers and Senior managers to ensure the optimum interface between the Primary Care psychology Services and secondary care services, within the constraints of existing resources and taking into account service specifications.
  • To identify areas of unmet need for service users with common mental health problems and more complex and severe needs and inform the Strategic and Management Lead of such.
  • To implement clinical governance initiatives and action plans for the service, in consultation with the clinical lead.
  • To enable the continuing professional development of all staff, in line with professional guidance or best practice, to improve skills and knowledge in the interest of high quality care for service users.
  • In association with colleagues, to lead and implement the development of a risk management strategy for the services, appropriate to the Primary Care psychological therapies setting, identifying areas of priority and initiating appropriate actions.
  • To investigate and provide reports on serious and untoward incidents and complaints in line with the Trust policy.
  • To authorise DATIX reports appropriate to the role of operational manager.

Service Development

  • To participate in and contribute to the North-West IAPT meetings, including attendance at regional meetings as a representative of the Trafford service.
  • To brief relevant staff on strategic developments in the IAPT programme, as needed.
  • To participate in the Trusts Primary Care Department Management Team monthly meetings and other related meetings, in order to enhance the Services ability to meet Key Performance Indicators, in line with emerging definitions and national guidance.
  • To lead the review on accommodation for a primary care psychology service base and clinical consulting rooms.

User and Carer Involvement

  • To ensure that service users receive clear and accurate information on services provided and how to access them.
  • To develop and maintain a strong user focus within the service.
  • To ensure every client is involved in the development and evaluation of their therapy as far as possible. Monitor and audit this process.
  • To actively and regularly seek out user and carer views of the service and to develop a reliable system to monitor service user satisfaction with the service using mandated and other measures.
  • To identify ways of involving users and carers in the recruitment, training and induction of staff, service development and service evaluation.

Health & Safety

  • To operate safely within the workplace with regard to Health and Safety Legislation.
  • To oversee the Health, Safety and Welfare of staff, users and visitors.
  • To establish across the Service an effective communications system that engages and informs all disciplines and grades.
  • To use processes and put processes in place to generate a Learning Environment. To actively pursue own professional development.
  • To identify quality standards and systems and monitor and audit these standards.

Confidentiality

  • All information relating to service users, carers and staff gained through your employment with Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust is confidential. Disclosure to any unauthorised person is a serious disciplinary offence.

Other

  • To undertake such other duties and responsibilities as may be determined by the Assistant Director/Strategic Management Lead as required.
  • This job description is subject to review from time to time by the Assistant Director/Strategic Management Lead in conjunction with the post holder.
  • To be available to work at evenings and Saturdays should the needs of the service require this in future.

Person Specification

Qualification

Essential

  • RMN or DipSW or OT Or PG Qualification in a psychological therapy
  • Understanding of the key skills required for both successful management and leadership of large multi-professional services

Knowledge and Skills

Essential

  • Detailed knowledge of the history and requirements of the national IAPT programme, curriculum, data collection protocols and Key performance Indicators.
  • Detailed knowledge of the history and requirements of the national IAPT programme, curriculum, data collection protocols and Key performance Indicators.
  • Understanding of the structure of the Primary Care Mental Health Stepped Care model

Desirable

  • Knowledge of change management principles and good practice.
  • Experience of supervising and leading staff by creating a supportive environment, which contains workload management, supervision, appraisals, development and training opportunities.

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

Greater Manchester Mental Health NHSFT

Address

33, Victoria Square, Bolton

Bolton

BL1 1RJ


Employer's website

https://www.gmmh.nhs.uk/

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Operations Manager (Estate Agency)

Anderson Wright Consulting Ltd

Manchester, NW
4 days ago
Manchester, NW
£40k - £50k Per Year
4 days ago
£40k - £50k Per Year

OPERATIONS MANAGER (ESTATE AGENCY) – NORTH & NORTH WEST – PROPERTY SALES & LETTINGS – £40,000 BASIC SALARY, (£50,000 OTE) + CAR ALLOWANCE AND BENEFITS

Operations Manager required for our client who are a well-established and award-winning nationwide property sales and lettings company.

Due to their continued success and growth, they now require Operations Manager to be homebased.

If you are an experienced in Property Sales and Lettings then this could be the role for you.

MAIN DUTIES

As an Operations Manager your role will be to develop a relationship with our clients Franchisees and Key Staff Members to assist them in developing their business turnover and profitability. To do this by way of coaching/mentoring/training and share best practice across the network.

•Increasing turnover within individual offices and for the company
•You will mentor new offices including regular visits and calls
•Visit existing offices to offer support / advice on all aspects of sales and lettings.
•Conduct in house and classroom training where required
•Prepare detailed reports on offices visited and scheduled calls made
•Attend network meetings
•Monitor specific projects
•Assist with complaints within franchise support
•To develop MAB relationships throughout the region
•Deal with Franchise support telephone calls
•Possess legal knowledge within lettings business
•Update on sales and lettings regulations
•Diary management
•Attend regular update meeting with company Director
•To manage relationships with key suppliers
•You will be homes based and covering the North and North West

THE CANDIDATE

•The successful candidate MUST have similar experience
•Experience of property sales and letting is essential
•Experience of managing a branch or branch network
•Have a full driving licence and own car is essential
•You will need to be self-motivated, be able to work autonomously managing your own time effectively
•You need to be a team player, who enjoys working with others across different organisations.
•You will have excellent organisational, written and verbal skills with the ability to remain calm under pressure
•You will have negotiating skills with the confidence to challenge when necessary.
•You need good knowledge of Microsoft packages
•Able to cover the North and North West of England

THE PACKAGE

•£40,000 Basic Salary
•£50,000 OTE
•£400pm Car allowance
•Workplace pension
•Award winning business
•Excellent career opportunity and training for the right candidate.

Follow us on twitter @awconsultingltd

In respect to the above role(s), Anderson Wright Consulting Ltd operates as an Employment Agency 

OPERATIONS MANAGER (ESTATE AGENCY) – NORTH & NORTH WEST – PROPERTY SALES & LETTINGS – £40,000 BASIC SALARY, £50,000 OTE + CAR ALLOWANCE AND BENEFITS

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Practice Operations manager

National Health Service

Liverpool, NW
1 day ago
Liverpool, NW
1 day ago

Practice Operations manager

Stoneycroft Medical Centre

The closing date is 12 March 2021

Job overview

Stoneycroft Medical Centre is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Practice Operations Manager to join their friendly GP Practice.

Along with the day to day running of the Practice, You will be responsible for overseeing a team of receptionists and administrators; dealing with all aspects of HR, IT, Health and Safety and Stock Management as well as ensuring the delivery of all NHS targets with the support of a wider Management Team.

Experience in the NHS and Primary Care field is desirable but not essential.

Main duties of the job

We are looking for someone who possesses excellent communication and organisational skills and is willing to take ownership; be proactive and support the delivery of the highest standards of patient care.

About us

The successful candidate will be responsible for 9 team members. That consists of receptionists, administrators and a secretary.

The practice has five Partners, five salaried GP's and two practice Nurses.

Stoneycroft Medical Centre is also the sister practice to West Derby Medical Centre ensuring the support of a friendly and professional team of over fifty team members across two sites

Job description

Job responsibilities

To work closely with the Deputy Practice Manager & Practice Manager to provide a timely and responsive service for the implementation and maintenance of all business, administrative, clinical and patient services.

To be responsible for the production and maintenance of performance and quality standards within the Practice. To manage data quality issues, providing advice and guidance to all practice staff in the use of the clinical system. To support the claims process for work undertaken as part of enhanced national and local services.

To act as practice administrator for the clinical system and as practice co-ordinator for IT hardware issues.

Responsible for the smooth, efficient and profitable running of the practice; and maintaining a committed and motivated workforce.

Person Specification

Experience

Desirable

  • Experience of working in a GP practice / primary care
  • Knowledge of QoF
  • Experience of creating and maintaining rotas

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

Stoneycroft Medical Centre

Address

Stoneycroft Medical Centre

Stoneville Road

Liverpool

L13 6QD


Employer's website

https://www.stoneycroftmc.nhs.uk/

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Operations Manager - SPCT Practices

National Health Service

Eccles, NW
6 days ago
Eccles, NW
6 days ago

Operations Manager - SPCT Practices

Salford Primary Care Together (SPCT)

The closing date is 03 March 2021

Job overview

Are you passionate about the delivery of great Primary Care, to help people to live healthily within communities?

Are you an experienced leader, with great organisational, communication and interpersonal skills?

Working with our Head of Practices, the successful candidate will provide the operational leadership to our Practice, building relationships with the people using our Practice, and their families and carers, with colleagues working in the Practice and the wider organisation to ensure we deliver the best possible health outcomes for our registered population?

If you answered yes to our questions, weve got the perfect role for you!

Main duties of the job

You will need to be passionate about high quality healthcare, deeply curious about people and what keeps us well, happy to roll up your sleeves to make things happen and be prepared to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team who are committed to making a difference.

Our aim; Working with people to support them to self-manage health and social needs and improve their quality of life

We encourage staff to get involved in exploring new ways of working and service development, with opportunities for CPD along the way. Youll be able to develop your skills in a friendly and supportive team.

So what are you waiting for? We cant wait to hear from you, and look forward to receiving your application. We believe that anyone who is really interested in the role will want to organise an informal chat to make arrangements to talk to the Head of Practices (Chris Nortcliff) or the Chief Operating Officer (Peta Stross) please contact the team via Jane Ashworth, jane.ashworth@nhs.net 0161 983 0565.

About us

SPCT is a Community Interest Company

NHS Pension scheme provider

Provisional interview date 11/03/21

Job description

Job responsibilities

Job Title: Operations Manager - SPCT Practice (across 3 sites)

Salary: Subject to experience, circa £45 - £55k

Reports to: Head of SPCT Practices

Accountable to: Chief Operating Officer

Base/Department: SPCT Practices

PRACTICES

SPCT provides primary care services to a population of approximately 20,000 people across Eccles, Little Hulton, Charlestown and Lower Kersal via three locations Eccles, Willow Tree and Little Hulton.

The effective provision of these services, in combination with collaboration and engagement with partner organisations across the local healthcare system, will positively contribute to the improved health and well-being of Salford residents.

JOB PURPOSE:

A key member of the SPCT leadership team this role will, in partnership with the Head of Practices, contribute to the overall development and implementation of the Practices long term vision, day to day operational delivery and effective governance ensuring long-term sustainability and success.

The post holder will ensure that SPCT provides a service that:

  • meets the primary care needs of the registered patient population of the SPCT practice
  • provides a demonstrably high quality, cost effective, safe and evidence-based service
  • meets or exceeds its contractual requirements
  • audits and transforms the service based upon changing patterns of demand or opportunities for new ways of working
  • actively seeks, and is responsive to, the needs of key stakeholders, developing effective partnership working in all areas of service provision

In partnership with the Head of Practices, the post-holder will inspire and lead a multi-disciplinary team that has the capacity to innovate and adapt its delivery model to suit the needs of key stakeholders (people registered with the practice, their families / carers, colleagues working in the practice, the wider primary care network, and other, broader groups of stakeholders).

The post holder will be required to participate in the on-call rota for the organisation

PRINCIPLE ACCOUNTABILITIES

Performance and Quality

  • Working in partnership with the Head of Practices to lead on all aspects of day to day delivery of the Practice delivery offer
  • Provide support and direction to the team agreeing clear performance objectives that ensure the service and working arrangements deliver integrated people-focussed care, facilitate delivery of the Practices key contractual requirements (including QOF, Salford Standards and any other relevant performance targets) within agreed resources.
  • Implement effective processes, performance management and review systems which ensure people are clear about their individual and collective accountabilities
  • Regularly review the efficiency of business procedures according to organisational objectives and apply improvements
  • Ensure predictive operational management is in place which anticipates and manages both opportunities and problems in service delivery
  • Working with the Business Intelligence team, HR, and Finance, ensure the provision of accurate and timely management information to support the effective and efficient performance of the organisation
  • Review financial information and working in partnership with the finance team, adjust operational budgets to promote profitability
  • Ensure effective systems and process are in place for the leadership and management of all staff including the locum and agency staff working within the service

Leadership and strategy

  • Lead the development of a culture that values individual contribution, promotes the development of a diverse and inclusive workforce and provides an environment where colleagues feel valued and are able to maximise their contribution
  • Ensure that the right capacity, processes, facilities, technologies and tools are in place within the Practice to support the overall delivery of the service
  • Work with the Board, Head of SPCT Practices and the wider management team to support the development of the Practices, where necessary implementing new initiatives and sharing knowledge and expertise to help SPCT and the wider system make best use of available resources within the Practice
  • Plan and monitor day to day running of the Practices service to ensure smooth progress and make adjustments as necessary

Stakeholder Relationships

  • Foster, develop and nurture strong relationships with relevant stakeholders (people who use the Practice and their families / carers, colleagues working in the Practices and the wider organisation, Primary Care Networks, other providers, VCSE, CCG and developing Integrated Care System) to enhance collaborative working and deliver of innovative models of service delivery
  • Work as an active system partner, both within the PCNs that SPCT is part of, and the wider system, to support the delivery of improved health outcomes for the whole Salford population
  • Work collaboratively with senior management team members and the wider organisation, to help the organisation agree and achieve key objectives and goals to help improve the performance of the business

Governance

  • Ensure the Practices clinical governance structures, process and systems enable it to meet the required legal, regulatory and performance requirements, including those required by the CQC.
  • Provide reports that identify risks and present solutions in relation to the Practice delivery
  • Keep up to date with any regulatory or statutory changes and policies that may affect the service or wider organisation
  • Ensure the data governance meets the highest standards expected in a health and care environment including but not exclusively those covered by GDPR

Organisational Values & Behaviours

Collaborate: Work collectively and collaboratively with stakeholders

Innovation: Try new approaches without fear

Learning: Reflect on your actions and seek knowledge to improve

Compassion. The care of local people must be at the heart of everything you do

Due to Salford Primary Care Togethers commitment to continuous improvement, it is likely that the post will evolve over time. These duties will be subject to regular review /appraisal and any amendments will be made in consultation and agreement with the post holder.

Person Specification

Experience

Desirable

  • Significant proven experience of leadership in service delivery and innovation in health care, including Primary Care experience.
  • Demonstrable experience of using data to lead improvement
  • Experience of setting targets and delivering tangible and sustainable results
  • Experience of leading and building high performing teams and proactively managing performance, for example developing and implementing common system and processes across teams
  • Experience of establishing effective clinical governance and ensuring regulatory compliance
  • Demonstrable experience of developing productive partnerships, cross-boundary working and working with stakeholders at all levels to achieve effective cross-system services
  • Good understanding of basic principles of human resources, IT systems, project management and quality improvement methodology
  • Knowledge and experience of Primary Care including contracts and revenue systems
  • Educated to degree level or equivalent experience
  • Good understanding of current health and social care policy

Skills and abilities

Desirable

  • Able to foster a spirit of innovation and delivery of fresh approaches that are underpinned by robust systems and process
  • Strong interpersonal skills ability to challenge in a positive, constructive manner and to build a sense of shared purpose and collective action
  • Ability to lead mutli-disciplinary teams, flexing the leadership approach to suit the situation
  • Organized, with strong planning skills and the ability to set and deliver to realistic targets

Leadership style and behavior

Desirable

  • Experienced, compassionate and inclusive leader able to flex approach to suit varied situations requirements
  • Demonstrable commitment to the organisations mission and values, creating enthusiasm and generating commitment from all key stakeholders
  • Ability to create a culture of trust, with a supportive working style a team player with a passion for creating excellent services for the people of Salford, SPCT colleagues and the wider system
  • Demonstrable commitment to the equality, diversity and inclusion agenda including an active anti-racist approach, as well as a commitment to protecting and safeguarding vulnerable people

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

Salford Primary Care Together (SPCT)

Address

3rd Floor, 2 City Approach

Albert Street

Eccles

Salford

M300BL


Employer's website

https://www.spctogether.co.uk

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Shift Operations Manager

Professional

Speke, NW
5 days ago
Speke, NW
£45k - £45k Per Year
5 days ago
£45k - £45k Per Year

Shift Operations Manager
£45,000 plus shift allowance (circa £5-7,000) and bonus, excellent corporate package
6-2 / 2-10 / 10-6 Bi-Weekly Rotation
Speke
The Candidate

You will have the following skills, experiences and attributes…
• Experience working as an Operations Manager or Production Manager
• Experience working in a fast paced, time critical manufacturing environment
• Experience or working for a tier 1 supplier or automotive OEM would be highly beneficial
• Previous experience working in a time sensitive / JIT operation
• Computer literate, including Microsoft packages (word, excel, powerpoint)
• Lean Management Principles
• Ability to unite and mobilize individuals around a collective action, in a relationship of mutual trust.
• Ability to develop logical and structured reasoning to solve a problem by identifying the requirements and analyzing the solutions and their interactions, while displaying good judgment and realistic understanding of the issue.
• Ability to build and manage relationships with relevant stakeholders, applying appropriate interpersonal skills.
The Role

• Plan and manage supervisory staff ensuring maximum efficiency and flexibility to respond to operational needs of the customers.
• Plan monitor and manage with the Site Manager all future resourcing requirements for the business, shutdowns and holiday requirements, including temporary labour, maximizing efficiency and flexibility to respond to operational needs of the business.
• Manage relationship on a daily basis with our temporary labour partners and deal with day to day issues with temporary labour via the partner in place.
• Brief and update staff on customer requirements and SLAs, ensuring the transfer of knowledge.
• Plan, monitor and manage the physical layout of the warehouse and surrounding operational areas to ensure maximum efficiency.
• Ensure that shift start finish and break times are respected and that necessary remedial action is taken where required standards are not met.
• Drive a culture of continuous improvement within the team.
• Communicate in an effective and timely manner to team, performance management of the team, motivating, training and development, conflict management, setting expectations and goals and guiding employees towards achieving the results.
• Coach and support the development of the team - manage the development of the team through formal and informal processes including training needs.
• Lead operations ensuring appropriate process exist to facilitate resource planning for all operational activities whilst focusing on continual business improvement.
• Ensure that safe systems of work exist for all activities, and that they are monitored, adhered to and updated as required. Take remedial action when required standards are not met.
• Plan regular review of operational activities seeking to develop continuous business improvement.
• Ensure robust process is in place to capture all necessary operational information required in order to produce monthly financial (P & L) information.
The Company
Our client is a global logistics business which is one of the top 10 largest companies within its sector. Due to a new contract win we are recruiting for a new start-up operation. This role offers the chance to initially be involved in an exciting project but also the chance for career progression and development.
PROMAN acts as an employment agency for permanent staff and an employment business for temporary workers. We recruit for roles based in Engineering, Technical, Warehousing, Manufacturing, Office, Logistics and Industrial.
View our latest jobs today on our website http://www.proman-uk.com/ and follow us on LinkedIn.
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Operations Manager

POST MY JOB LTD

Manchester, NW
4 days ago
Manchester, NW
£35k - £40k Per Year
4 days ago
£35k - £40k Per Year

Job Title: Operations Manager

About the role:

A manufacturing and distribution business which is part of a Global Group is recruiting for an experienced and highly skilled Operations Manager with Lean experience to join their team. The Operations Manager will have responsibility for the day-to-day management and continual improvement of all operational activities on Site including manufacturing, supply chain, quality, HSE & customer service.

Main Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Plan, organize, direct and run optimum day-to-day operations to exceed customers’ expectations, maximize productivity and eliminate waste.
  • Maintain a safe working, and 5S compliant, environment for themselves and others within the scope of HSE regulations and the Company’s Health & Safety Policy
  • Manage, mentor and coach direct reports, setting objectives, carrying out PDR’s & regular 1:1 meetings.
  • Be the escalation point for all on site operational issues.
  • Development, monitoring and reporting of KPI’s against targets (on time delivery performance, arrears, sales volume, waste, productivity) and identification of corrective actions as required.
  • Promote the company philosophy of Lean within the business.
  • Organize and lead regular team meetings, updates and briefings & become a valued member of the Site leadership team attending and presenting at monthly Site reviews.
  • To work closely with none-operational areas of the business including sales, engineering and finance.
  • Liaising with UK & Overseas suppliers alongside Purchasing when required to ensure purchase orders are manufactured and shipped within agreed lead times.
  • Be directly involved, alongside Quality and Production with process control, and all other aspects of quality assurance within the business unit and work closely with the QHSE Engineer to ensure that product quality is achieving zero defect status.
  • Provide input into the Site budget process in terms of capex, labour/opex costs & operational metrics.
  • Provide cover as and when required for all members of the UK Operations Team.
  • Ad-hoc tasks and projects as directed by the Global Operations Manager.

About the candidate:

  • Must have previous experience in a similar role with staff management responsibilities.
  • Knowledge of ERP systems (preferably SAP) & a good level of computer literacy with strong Excel skills.
  • Lean experience/6 sigma qualified (Green belt minimum).
  • Friendly team player with a hands-on and pro-active attitude.
  • Extremely Customer focused with good commercial and financial awareness.
  • Good communicator with the ability to form and maintain good relationships internally and externally.
  • Strong interpersonal, negotiation and decision-making skills.

About the Company:

The Company is located in Eccles and is a successful & well-established manufacturing and distribution business supplying hydraulic hose assemblies and related products to large OEM Customers in the UK. Part of a global Group which has operations located around the world, the Group is focused on achieving excellence in the design, manufacture and supply of fluid conveyance solutions, components and associated equipment for high-pressure hydraulics, refrigeration and mining applications.

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Operations Manager

TalentSpaATS

Preston, NW
13 days ago
Preston, NW
13 days ago

Operations Manager - Days
(Interim Position)

Location: Preston

Who are we?
At Menzies Distribution we’ve been delivering across the UK since 1833 – to and from every high street, as well as reaching the areas others can’t. Today, we’re Logistics UK’s most innovative business of the year. With a strong focus on the future, sustainability and innovation – we keep moving forwards.

About the role:

Are you an experienced Operations Manager looking for your next opportunity?

We’re looking for an experienced Operations Manager to join our team in Preston. We’re looking for someone with a smart approach and previous people management skills. Who will be able to blend in to a small ‘in plant’ team to successfully manage the operation of the contract.

This is a 4 month fixed term contract (Monday-Friday), in addition to a standard salary this role has a holiday allowance of 20 days excluding bank holidays.

What your day will look like:

  • Maintain a safe working environment which complies with all aspects of the Company H&S policy
  • Accountability for the management and supervision of the dispatch operation.
  • Effective leadership and management developing best practice across areas of responsibility.
  • Manage, support and develop the operational team through continuous improvement and proactive communication.
  • Ensure the performance of the operation exceeds customer expectations in line with recognised contract KPI’s.
  • Liaise, support and develop effective working relationships with internal and external customers
  • Responsible for compliance including H&S and Standard Operating Procedures, including accident investigation and route cause analysis.
  • Assist the Contract Manager in ensuring all operational performance standards are met, monitored and maintained in accordance with contractual service level agreements
  • Line management responsibility for the relevant Human Resources Policies and practices such as recruitment, development, absence management, performance management etc
  • Undertaking reviews as necessary and giving feedback on any performance or time keeping issues etc, undertaking action as necessary.
  • Plan and arrange for the training and development of operational staff, including upholding highest standards of H&S ensuring all inductions and regular training is complete and logged.
  • Ensure and monitor effective use of driver and vehicle resources, being proactive in achieving fuel efficiency and improved MPG
  • Establish and develop working relationships with the customer, representing the contract in relevant cross functional and external review meetings on a daily, weekly, monthly basis as required.
  • Compile and analyse operational and financial performance data to identify service efficiencies  and improvement around, MPG, Tachos, fuel and damage.
  • Coordinate site housekeeping/maintenance to ensure H&S requirements are upheld

    What we need from you:

    •‘Right To Work’ in the UK
    •Knowledge of Drivers Hours, Tachograph and WTD legislation.
    •Knowledge of Health & Safety.

  • Able to manage, motivate and develop people
  • Budget management
  • CPC holder
  • Project management
  • KPI development and measurement
  • Ability to plan and organise effectively to meet deadlines
  • Ability to use and understand computerised systems including TMS and WMS systems
  • High level of accuracy and numeracy, keen eye for detail
  • Transport management experience preferable
  • Exxperience of P+L
  • Proficient experience of Microsoft  Excel

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Operations Manager

Heeton Hospitality UK

Manchester, NW
26 days ago
Manchester, NW
26 days ago
Job Ref: HEA1075
Branch: Express by Holiday Inn - City Centre Manchester
Location: Express by Holiday Inn - City Centre Manchester, Manchester
Salary/Benefits: 28k plus benefits
Contract type: Permanent
Hours: Full Time
Hours per week: 40
Posted date: 03/02/2021
Closing date: 05/03/2021

We have a fantastic opportunity to join our team as an Hotel Operations Manager at Holiday Inn Express Manchester Hotel. You must have experience in a similar hotel role to be considered. IHG experience is desirable.As Operations Manager you’ll provide leadership direction to the hotels by maximising financial returns, driving development of people, creating and maintaining memorable guest experiences, executing on brand standards, and building awareness of hotel and brand in the local community. You may need to act as the General Manager in their absence.

Your day-to-day

People

  • Direct everyday activities, plan and assign work ensuring you always have the right staffing numbers
  • Develop your team and improve their performance through coaching and feedback, and create performance and development goals for colleagues - recognise good performance
  • Train team members to make sure they deliver with compliance and to the standards we expect and have the tools they need to work efficiently
  • Recommend or initiate any HR elated actions where needed
  • Promote teamwork and quality service through daily communication and coordination with other shifts and departmental management

Responsible Business

  • Ensure a safe and secure environment for guests, team members and hotel assets in compliance with the hotel’s or owner’s policies and procedures and regulatory requirements.
  • Maintain relations with outside contacts
  • Act as public relations representative to raise awareness of hotel and brand in local community
  • Drive team member involvement in community organisations, activities and businesses
  • Develop and carry out action plans to be environmentally conscious and take steps to reduce the hotel’s carbon footprint
  • Perform other duties as assigned. May also serve as manager on duty

Guest Experience

  • Interact with guests and outside contacts including, current and potential clients, government officials, travel industry representatives, suppliers, competitor’s local community members
  • Make sure the hotel delivers the highest level of guest satisfaction through superb guest services and amenities

Financial

  • Help the General Manager in the development, implementation and monitoring of financial and operational plans for the hotel to ensure optimum guest satisfaction, sales potential and profitability
  • Make recommendations for capital improvements to enhance the assets of the hotel and/or company and brand loyalty

 

What we need from you

  • Bachelor’s degree / higher education qualification / equivalent in Hotel Administration, Business Administration
  • Three years’ management experience in a high-level operations role or prior general manager experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Must speak fluent English

Why you should apply

  • Annual bonus for all Team Members
  • Fantastic career potential with one of the UK's fastest growing hotel operators
  • Employees staff rates across our properties

A convenient central Manchester hotel with excellent transport links is a short walk from Manchester city centre. The M60 and M62 motorways are both close by, and Manchester Airport is only 10 miles away. Nearby Manchester Piccadilly station has direct trains to London.

In line with the requirements of the Asylum & Immigration Act 1996, all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Documented evidence of eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process

The Holiday Inn Express® Manchester CC - Oxford Road hotel is a short walk from Manchester city centre. Manchester Airport is only 10 miles away. Nearby Manchester Piccadilly station has direct trains to London. While you’re here, catch Premier League action at Old Trafford or the Etihad Stadium, and shop for bargains at the Manchester Arndale and the Trafford Centre.

  • 147 Rooms
  • Air-conditioned bedrooms
  • Connecting suites for families
  • A spacious lobby for informal meetings
  • Comfortable bedrooms have flat-screen TVs and blackout curtains to help you sleep.

 

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

6 days ago

Description

Vitality, Quality Operations Manager, Stockport or Bournemouth, £Competitive + Bonus + Benefits

We’re the UK insurer and investment provider that rewards people for positive lifestyle choices. With 1.25m+ UK members and more than 25m globally, we’re out to make the world a healthier, happier place.

That applies as much to our people as it does to our members. So, as well as a highly competitive pay package, you’ll enjoy: Free places to Vitality sponsored run events, online fitness classes and wellbeing workshops, competitions to win tickets to top-flight sporting events, health checks and access to our full range of partners and rewards. 

It’s what we call offering shared value, because a healthy, happy team is good for us, good for our members, and good for you.

As ourQuality Operations Manager, you’ll get the benefits our members enjoy, including:

- Our award-winning private Vitality Health insurance + wellness incentive programme

- Access to The Vitality Programme – Apple Watch, Waitrose and Partners, Garmin, Amazon Prime, Champneys Spa days, Rakuten TV and half-price gym memberships to name a few!

- Personal health fund + Life Assurance

- Stakeholder Pension Plan with employer contribution

- 25 days annual leave + Bank holidays + option to buy and sell 5 more

- Flexible benefits package

- Internal incentives, competitions, and awards – a chance to win football and sports tickets or even be in with a chance to have a holiday of a lifetime

- A genuine opportunity to grow and establish a long-term career

As our Quality Operations Manager, you will ensure the integrity of Vitality Health’s Quality Management System, directing and controlling resources, engaging key stakeholders internally and externally to ensure achievement of all quality objectives in accordance with the Vitality quality philosophy, thereby helping to ensure customers are provided with a high-quality service that complies with regulatory requirements and business needs.

Your role as our Quality Operations Manager will involve:

- Conducting effective coaching, development and performance management of the Quality Managers

- Overseeing the production of Operational Dashboards for key stakeholders and senior management

- Setting departmental action plans to iteratively improve quality scores and customer outcomes

- Leading quality initiatives – including change initiatives within the department as well as key trend-analysis to drive additional business value and support operational excellence

- Guiding the quality function to deliver against agreed strategic departmental targets

- Supporting the development of a UK-wide Quality Assurance network across Vitality Group to drive towards closer strategic and methodological alignment and share/implement best practice across the Vitality Group

- Fostering close collaboration with Operations Managers and Head’s to ensure business needs and requirements are understood and met, and performance standards are achieved

- Externally building relationships with key external partners to ensure effective day to day quality operations

- Taking responsibility for the effective performance of the speech analytics programme in Vitality and its associated implementation plans

- Working closely with all other elements of the Business Performance Centre (MI & Planning Resources and the Continuous Improvement Team) to deliver effective business change

What we are looking for in our ideal Quality Operations Manager:

- Significant experience of leading and managing in a quality assurance environment

- Excellent numerical skills and understanding of data analysis/statistical methods – including sigma ratings and DPMO tools

- Detailed understanding of business process methodologies and techniques used to measure performance of service agents

- Outstanding communication skills to lead the function through change and to present in front of large and diverse senior stakeholder groups

- Experience in using automated QA/speech analytics technology or equivalent

- Proven experience in influencing wider business areas to deliver significant quality results

Closing Date: Wednesday 3rd March 2021

Working for Vitality, you'll experience an exciting mix of creativity and innovation, within a framework of challenging objectives and a passion for delivering the best.

Our people are chosen for their skills, knowledge, enthusiasm, and attitude but above all, their belief that anything can be achieved.

If you feel you have the skills and experience to become our Quality Operations Manager, thenplease click ‘apply’ today.