Our innovative Rapid Response & Intermediate Care service is expanding across Buckinghamshire - join our UCR North and/or South Squad.
Main duties of the job
- Your mission:To provide triage expert clinical interventions and rehabilitation as part of a dynamic, tight-knit squad that reacts quickly when people are in crisis.
- Your aim:To help patients stay in their own home, empowering recovery and preventing unnecessary hospitalisation. You'll also support early discharge from hospital and patients at the end of life.
- Your role:Add your expertise to our multi-disciplinary community team working with Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Nurses, Specialist Paramedics, Paramedics, Pharmacists, Community Healthcare Assistant Practitioners or Healthcare Assistants.
- Who are we?We're part of Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, based in William Rathbone House, Aylesbury (North Squad) and Chichester House, High Wycombe (South Squad) covering 7 locations across the county. Together we operate as one mission force, collaborating with colleagues across all sectors of health and social care.
- Who are you? If you're committed to excellence, motivated by developing your clinical skills, driven by being at the cutting edge of healthcare delivery and thrive as part of our UCR North Squad (including Thame, Aylesbury and Buckingham) / UCR South Squad (including Amersham, Wycombe, Marlow and Chalfont St Peter)-choose RRIC today.
About usListen to why colleagues think we are a great place to work! -
- Providing triage, comprehensive specialist assessment, review and evaluation of the needs of patients and carers
- Being responsible for planning programmes of care to promote health gain and maximise independence, actively case managing patients through their journeys
- Allocating appropriate workloads to members of the UCR Squad.
- Working with a range of professionals in order to ensure care is appropriate and delivered in a timely manner.
- Demonstrating professional skills and competence in leadership, care planning / co-ordination, and care and treatment delivery.Support the development of clinical pathways
BHT - A great place to work (buckshealthcare.nhs.uk) What does Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust offer you?
Why work for us?
- As part of our BHT family, you'll benefit from learning and development opportunities to support your career progression.
- We offer flexible and agile workingopportunities,alongside your NHS benefits ofgenerous annual leave entitlement, pension andaccess toNHS discount schemes.
- We provide a range of health and wellbeing services to promote a healthy, happy workforce.
What do we stand for?
- We're committed to promoting inclusion and making sure all colleagues feel they belong. We encourage new colleagues from a diverse range of backgrounds to apply.
- As an employer, we aim to create a workplace where differences are valued and colleagues treat one another with dignity and respect.
- Greater diversity withinourBHT familyimprovespositive outcomes for the people and communities we serve.
- A keen supporter of the Armed Forces Community who know the value of employing a service leaver/veteran and their families.
Job descriptionJob responsibilities
- Our vision is to provide outstanding care, support healthy communities and be a great place to work.
- Our mission is to provide personal and compassionate care every time.
- Our care values are collaborate, aspire, respect and enable.
For a comprehensive list of responsibilities and duties, please kindly refer to the Job Description and Person Specification by downloading the JD and PS attachment in the advert.
If you are an internal applicant there is the option for secondment, all applicants must have the endorsement/support of their line manager prior to application.
If you have a disability that makes submitting this online application difficult and would like assistance, please contact us on email@example.com quoting the vacancy reference number.Person SpecificationEducation, Qualifications & TrainingEssential
Skills, Abilities & KnowledgeEssential
- Registered Allied Healthcare Professional - OT/ Paramedic
- Degree/Diploma in OT / Paramedic
- Evidence of recent Continuous Professional development
- Relevant post-graduate clinical training
- Occupational Therapy Nursing Paramedic Science
- Experience of recent Continuous Professional Development
- Relevant post graduate clinical training e.g. Elderly Long Term Conditions Respiratory Disease Cardiac Disease Trauma, Orthopaedics & End of Life
- Demonstrate specialist clinical assessment, analysis, planning, delivery and evaluation skills
- Ability to motivate staff
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Able to work under pressure
- Able to work alone
- Ability to manage complex cases
- Ability to develop and maintain partnership working
- Knowledge of legal requirements for working with vulnerable adults and those who lack capacity
- Knowledge of modernisation agenda within the NHS and social care
- Report writing skills
- IT skills
- Presentation skills
- Teaching patients, carers and colleagues
- Demonstrate broad experience post registration within a variety of core areas
- Experience of working within multi agency / multi disciplinary team
- Able to work under pressure
- Self Motivated
- Able to work alone
- Ability to promote health
- Experience of working in a community/in-patient setting post registration
- Experience of assisting with implementing change management programmes
- Experience of day to day staff management e.g. case allocation to Health Care Assistants
- Experience of working with electronic clinical systems
- Experience participating in a research or audit project
- Experience of working with single assessment process
Employer detailsEmployer name
- Valid and current driving licence and car to be able to travel to locations throughout Buckinghamshire.
Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS TrustAddress
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