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MSK Team Leader

Employer
Solent NHS Trust
Location
Cosham
Salary
£43,742 to £50,056 a year Please note for part time hours the salary will be pro rata.
Closing date
17 Apr 2024

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Profession
Other allied health
Grade
Band 7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
We have an opportunity for an enthusiastic experienced MSK Physiotherapist to join our team within our Portsmouth locality. The role of the Team Leader is integral to our high quality of care delivery. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work closely with our FCPs, Specialist MSK Services, Persistent Pain, Hydrotherapy, Adolescent MSK and Pelvic Health.

We have a genuine culture within Solent MSK to grow and develop individuals ensuring there is opportunity for individuals to make an impact both clinically but also in their personal professional development.

You will be part of a peer group of Team Leaders working in Pathways to allow you to specialise and grow in areas of interest. you will have the opportunity to be involved in our Telephone FCP service that underpins our large FCP service within the locality.

Your mentorship with be both from he operational leadership support but also the clinical specialists, Advanced Clinical practitioners, Pathway leads and MSK Consultants in all areas .

You will be responsible for managing a team ensuring that the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal patients is optimal.

Main duties of the job

To be professionally and legally responsible and accountable for all aspects of your own work including the management of patients in your own care and that of your team.

Use advanced clinical reasoning skills and a variety of assessment techniques to provide accurate diagnosis.

Formulate accurate/realistic prognosis, recommend best course of intervention, including onward referral as necessary and ensuring appropriate transfer of care when non-musculoskeletal pathology is suspected.

To have a strong working knowledge of the role and appropriate use of relevant investigations in facilitating diagnosis and choice of treatment, understanding the information limitations derived from these and the relative sensitivity and specificity of particular diagnostic tests e.g. X-Rays / blood tests.

To work in close and timely collaboration with GP's and Advanced Practice Clinicians within the Specialist MSK & FCP Service when suspecting urgent investigations are appropriate, in line with MSK Pathway imaging guidelines.

To interpret and act on relevant investigation results to aid diagnosis and management plans of patients in close collaboration with GP's, Advanced Practice Clinicians within the Specialist MSK & FCP Service and Secondary Care consultants.

To deliver programmes of supported self-management, in ways that facilitate behavioural change, optimise individuals'' physical activity, fulfilment of personal goals and independence using a person centred approach

About us

We have been working with other local NHS Trusts to create a new organisation, bringing together all community, mental health and learning disability services from across Hampshire and Isle of Wight. Subject to approvals, the aim is for the new Trust to be formed by July 2024.Project Fusion is the name for the programme to create the new combined NHS Foundation Trust. Hampshire and Isle of Wight Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust will be bringing the services into a single organisation will result in more consistent care, more equitable access to services irrespective of postcode, and a more sustainable workforce and services. The new organisation will operate locally to ensure services can best meet the needs of different communities.The new Trust will be comprised of all the services currently provided by Solent NHS Trust and Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, the community, mental health and learning disability services provided by Isle of Wight NHS Trust and child and adolescent mental health services delivered in parts of Hampshire by Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.Colleagues will transfer to the new organisation under Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) -- known as TUPE on 1st July 2024. TUPE is a legal process to ensure you transfer out of one organisation and into another, maintaining the terms and conditions of your employment.

Job description

Job responsibilities

*Please Note : For a detailed job description for this vacancy, please see attached Job Description*

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • Professional UK registration e.g., HCPC
  • Degree level education or equivalent knowledge & skills gained through any combination of alternative study or employment experience
  • Post graduate training in clinical skills
  • Evidence or portfolio of post graduate continued development
  • Certificate/Diploma in Management & Leadership or relevant equivalent experience


Desirable

  • Membership of specialist interest group


Experience

Essential

  • Evidence of Continued Professional Development (CPD)
  • Evidence of implementing significant changes or service developments that promote good practice
  • Experience of staff supervision & mentorship
  • Adhere to current statutory requirements, standards, & regulations
  • Awareness of local & national agenda within the speciality


Desirable

  • Experience of project management for policy development
  • Experience of workforce budgets & staff development planning
  • Understanding of Health Environment policies & legislation


Employer details

Employer name

Solent NHS Trust

Address

Jubilee House

Medina Road

Cosham

Hampshire

PO6 3NH

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449-Team1-1534

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