Band 5 Podiatrists Diabetes Foot Protection Service
Are you a qualified podiatrist looking for an exciting new role?
We are recruiting podiatrists with an interest in Diabetic foot protection at various levels (from bands 5-7). We are looking for clinical staff who are passionate about the care they give to patients and who want to make a real difference in diabetic foot care.
At NELFT, we have secured significant and long-term Transformation funding and are undertaking an ambitious and exciting programme of co-design, with our partners in the Integrated Care Board (ICB), primary care networks (PCN) and secondary care. Our aim is to improve and enhance our service delivery to meet the challenges that face our diabetic population in Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge through integration and collaboration. We want to improve patient outcomes to help our residents reduce the risk of developing active limb-threatening or life-threatening diabetic foot problem.
In return, we can offer you access to dedicated and personalised training and development in your chosen speciality, flexible working with our blended approach to new ways of working, including rotational opportunities and an unmissable chance to be part of something great that will shape the delivery of these services for years to come.Main duties of the job
The post holder will be a member of the Diabetes Foot Protection Service (FPS) who has podiatry skills and will be responsible for providing evidence based comprehensive assessment, review and treatment and support the team by delivering this service to the local population at moderate and high-risk.
The post holder will be working within agreed local care pathways, codes of practice and professional standards, and specifically embedding Clinical quality guidelines.
Experienced podiatrists will provide specialist and complex podiatry care for a range of acute and chronic foot pathologies within community settings. The post holder will complement the service by using their first-class assessment, diagnostic and communication skills to develop programmes of care and their clinical expertise to implement treatment plans.
New graduates applying for band 5 roles will be supported and mentored to enable professional development within the diabetic and high risk pathways.About us
At NELFT, we offer:
- a regular supervision programme
- professional team meetings to maintain communication and learning opportunities
- Support from a Professional Lead, operational leads, and senior clinicians to advise on complex cases
- training opportunities through CPD groups and external courses
We also offer a range of benefits highlighted on the attached Employee Benefits Leaflet.
We welcome new ideas and value members of the team who think creatively and are solutions driven. If you are a dynamic and enthusiastic Podiatrist, we'd love to welcome you to #TeamNELFT.Job descriptionJob responsibilities
If you think you have the right skills, attitude, and enthusiasm that you can bring to this exciting transformation, we would love to hear from you. If you are unsure whether you fit the criteria for the role, we encourage you to get in touch for an informal chat about your experience. Please contact Jody Butler (email@example.com) .
Please see the attached Job description and person specification, to view more detail about each post.Person SpecificationEducation and QualificationEssential
- oMust hold valid HCPC Registration
- Use IT skills including Internet, Email and Office tools such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint
- To perform diabetic assessment and review
- Awareness of NICE guidelines
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- Be able to communicate with a wide variety of people including staff and patients
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