Joint Clinical Leadership and Salaried GPs
Do you aspire to enable positive change?
Do you want to explore new ways to deliver primary care?
Do you want to focus on what really matters to people and explore all possibilities for care in every moment?
Are you seeking to understand better ways of doing things?
If these questions excite you, please contact us to find out more.
We are advertising for this position without a Job Description as we feel it is important to shape the role with you and not limit the great opportunities available within this position.
At Here, Care unbound Ltd, you will be able to nurture your clinical leadership skills by supporting both local and national programmes of work. Through partnerships with primary care and providers in health and social care, we create health services and solutions which are shaped around the needs of the person. Your clinical leadership will be crucial in helping us to transform health and social care systems and communities so care can focus on what matters to individuals. You may be working on innovative national programmes including how we can optimise workflow in general practice, or on local projects that provide a systems way of thinking about how general practice could best be designed to meet the needs of the community it serves.
This role offers the exciting opportunity to deliver new, innovative models of care. You will have the opportunity to focus on interests that are important to you, for example, delivering longer appointments or focusing on people who are elderly or frail.
You will also undertake sessions (encompassing the full range of GP duties) in our innovative practice – Benfield Valley Healthcare hub. This practice is daring and bold in its approach to change and is at the cutting edge of bringing in new ways of working to continually seek to understand what really matters to our population.
2 Joint Clinical Leadership and Salaried GP positions – Brighton £100k package.
In return for your creativity, excellent leadership and clinical delivery skills we will offer you:
• Flexible working, including annualised hours
• Mentoring and support to strengthen your leadership skills
• Access to ongoing training and clinical supervision
• A portfolio of work that will stimulate, challenge and make a real difference to people’s lives
For further information, please email email@example.com to arrange an informal chat in the first instance, and to obtain an Application Pack including Personal Specification.
Communities of Practice Assistant
We’re looking for an administrative wizard, capable of writing brilliant minutes that capture people’s interest (or at least the agreed actions!). Someone who can remain calm whilst juggling complex meeting logistics.
Who we are
Welcome to Here. We help people to live well. Through partnerships with Primary Care and providers in health and social care, we create health services and solutions which are shaped around the needs of the person. We are a not-for-profit, social enterprise, membership organisation based in Brighton delivering in Sussex and nationally.
The Communities of Practice (CoP) Team is supporting Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust (SCFT) to establish Communities of Practice (CoPs) across High Weald, Lewes and the Havens. The CoPs are a multi- agency approach towards the planning, design and delivery of integrated high quality services that are tailored to individual and population needs. We want to help create a better way of working so that we can focus on the most important thing – what matters to people.
This is a new role at Here. We are looking for a passionate, bright and friendly person to work in a busy and varied administration role. You will get to work with organisations across health and social care, including Community Nursing, Adult Social Care, Joint Community Rehab, East Sussex County Council, and Primary Care. The role is suited to someone with excellent logistical and people skills, and the ability to think quickly and adapt to changes as they happen.
You will be supporting the Communities of Practice (CoP) Team by using your administrative and organisational skills to assist with planning, organising and delivering a number of projects. This will include a variety of tasks, alongside a core responsibility of arranging meetings. This will include resolving logistics for internal and external meetings, (including attendance via Zoom), creating agendas, preparing/collating reports, and taking minutes.
We also need your help with writing a variety of reports showing the progress of the Multi-Agency Teams (MATs) we are establishing as part of the Communities of Practice. The Lead Primary Care Development Manager will help you to do this, and provide you with any necessary training to complete the associated data collation and analysis.
What is needed
You will be an experienced administrator, capable of taking high quality minutes and resolving conflicting meeting logistics. You will be adept at managing your own time, and remain calm when dealing with changing priorities. It would be helpful but not essential if you also had knowledge of writing reports for a variety of audiences- including basic data analysis.
People who do well here are those who care: about the broader system, about each other and about themselves. Our Team has a reputation for delivering on time – we pride ourselves on consistently meeting the milestones agreed with our partners, and exceeding them whenever we can.
- Annual salary of £18,243
- Based at our brilliant offices in Brighton, with plenty of opportunity to travel around the beautiful East Sussex countryside.
- Standard office hours.
- Further details can be found in the Job Description and Person Specification.
Applications are invited via NHS Jobs (closing date of 17 November 2017), with interviews taking place on 23 and 24 November 2017. If you would like an informal discussion about the role, please contact Katie Merrien, Lead Primary Care Development Manager, via firstname.lastname@example.org or 01273 855948.
Apply here via NHS Jobs
Here are committed to equality and valuing diversity
Closing date: 17 November 2017
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