Neighbourhood Manager - Tendring South

East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust
£43,742 to £50,056 a year per annum
Closing date
1 Jun 2023

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Other Health Profession
Band 7
Full Time
Job summary

We have a really exciting secondment opportunity for somebody who has the passion to support the transformation of neighbourhood working within the Tendring area.

The post-holder will work in collaboration with the Colchester Neighbourhood Manager, the Head of Transformation of the Neighbourhood Programme and the NEECS division General manager for Neighbourhood Working to embed this model of care into the three Tendring localities.

The Neighbourhood Manager's role is to mobilise, manage and lead the Live Well Neighbourhood Team. The successful applicant will work in collaboration with system partners to develop a neighbourhood plan for the population of Tendring South.

Live Well Neighbourhood Teams (LNT's) will build on a vibrant social, voluntary and community sector to support individuals to look after their health and wellbeing, connect with others, manage their long-term conditions and stay independent for longer. It will be delivered through a designated multi- disciplinary team, bringing together people from a wide range of organisations including health, social care, public and voluntary sector organisations.

If you are passionate about making a difference to the lives of people in North East Essex and have a real ambition to work in a fully integrated system, we want to hear from you.

Main duties of the job

The Neighbourhood Manager is responsible for mobilising and establishing an integrated Live Well Neighbourhood Team and leading a team of system partners to work together to;-

Address the wider determinants of health that are of greatest concernto the community (e.g.poor housing)which will help to reduce future ill health in the local population.

Help people living with long term conditions to address risk factors,effectively manage their self-care and reduce their risk of worsening disease.

Identify the most vulnerable people in society and provide support at an earlystage, to prevent future emergency call outs and hospital admissions.

About us

One of the largest Trust's in East Anglia, East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust (ESNEFT) provide hospital and community health services to people living across a wide geographical area. We deliver care from two main hospitals in Colchester and Ipswich, six community hospitals and in patients' own homes. You will be joining a team of almost 12,000 amazing colleagues providing care to approximately a million people.

Along with supporting you to achieve your career goals we offer a generous pension scheme, unsocial hours payments (if applicable), 27 days annual leave on commencement (pro rata) and access to a range of NHS discounts. Our Staff Health and Wellbeing programme offer a variety of services. We offer a range of flexible working opportunities.

Our philosophy is that Time Matters to everyone. Across the Trust, we concentrate on improving the things we do and removing those which do not work or cause time delays for our staff and patients.

To support our employees to achieve their career aspirations you may be eligible to obtain a qualification via an apprenticeship. All successful applicants will be required to undertake a skills review to facilitate this. For full details please see the attached Apprenticeship Handbook.

If you are passionate about patient care and want to develop your skills and knowledge then we are keen to hear from you.

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Job description

Job responsibilities

For full details of the responsibilities and duties of this role please see the attached job description.

Person Specification



  • oA Levels, or equivalent and relevant experience or in work training qualifications


  • oKnowledge of Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) and Outcome Based Accountability



  • o Experience of leading a community team
  • o Proven years' experience practising as a qualified District Nurse or equivalent
  • o Management of complex patients, sharing within the Integrated Neighbourhood Team to foster and grow knowledge and skills


  • o Experience of interview and recruitment skills
  • o Understanding and knowledge of the Health and Social Care Act

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