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EOC Senior Clinical Leader

East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust
Travel required to both Nottingham and Lincolnshire EOCs
£43,742 to £50,056 a year A4C Section 2 for Unsociable Hours
Closing date
20 May 2024

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Other Health Profession
Band 7
Full Time
At East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust, we are committed to delivering excellent patient care and exploring opportunities for continuous service delivery improvements. As part of our Reshaping EOC, a new role of EOC Senior Clinical Leader was established and an exciting opportunity has become available to join the team across both Nottingham and Lincolnshire EOCs.

The role will be accountable to the EOC Head of Clinical Services but will also form a key, professional relationship with the EOC Senior Manager (Clinical).

You will be responsible for establishing and embedding a supportive, motivational and compassionate leadership culture across the station based operational teams. This is a key leadership role in supporting EMAS to deliver its vision and values.

This role will support the Trust's approach to clinical leadership, quality assurance and quality improvement and identifies priorities in the five domains of quality, aligned with the Care Quality Commission regulatory framework caring, responsive, effective, well-led and safe.

Main duties of the job

You will be responsible for the direct clinical development, support, supervision and leadership of a team of Emergency Operations Centre clinicians. This includes staff in a mentorship period and staff requiring additional support and / or supervision. The EOC SCL roles will be allocated to defined areas and groups, working closely with Clinical Workforce Managers (CWMs) to deliver the clinical and quality metrics and outcomes. The EOC SCL will be responsible for the clinical elements of the appraisal for clinical staff, working in conjunction with the CWM team as part of the EOC Clinical Leadership Team.

About us

Why join the EOC Clinical Hub at East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust?

Working for us not only provides job satisfaction of knowing that what you do makes a real difference to our patients, but we offer a rangeof other great benefits too. We offer:
  • Flexible approach to working patterns, we understand the importance of a work life balance and have a wide selection of rotas for part-time and full-time staff.
  • Pay enhancements for out of hours, shift and overtime working, career and salary progression and annual personal development review.
  • We are a uniformed service and uniform will be provided.
  • Expert training and support from our dedicated in-house clinical education team.
  • Opportunities for research participation, career progression and ongoing development.
  • Regular shift pattern with scheduled meal breaks.
  • Enrolment into the NHS Pension Scheme.
  • Occupational Health support along with an Employee Assistance Programme.
  • NHS Discounts in over 200+ stores including Holidays, Days out, Car insurance, Restaurants and Clothing.
  • Childcare vouchers.
  • Cycle to work scheme up to �3500.
  • Peer to Peer support networks.
  • An exceptional place to work to provide high-quality emergency care to save lives and make a difference to people with life-threatening illnesses or injuries.
  • A first-class employer, promoting equality, diversity and inclusion of our employees.
  • Free on-site car parking

Job description

Job responsibilities

The duties and responsibilities of the post will be undertaken in accordance with the policies, procedures and practices of the Trust, which may be amended from time to time. Patient Safety is a key priority for the Trust.

It is your responsibility to ensure that you are fully compliant with EMAS policies and procedures in respect of patient safety, for example Risk Management, Infection Prevention and Control, Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults.

This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities, but to give an indication of the main areas of activity and involvement.

Person Specification



  • Degree level management - qualification (or studying for) or equivalent experience
  • Registered Paramedic (HCPC) with 3 years post registration experience or Registered Nurse with 3 years Post registration with a minimum of two in a patient facing operational role
  • Evidence of recent ongoing personal development action, as well as activity
  • Evidence of recent leadership development/education
  • Knowledge of health service management, including change management and workforce re-design
  • Full driving licence
  • Good understanding of the CQC core standards and meeting a high level of compliance
  • Well-developed quality improvement skills
  • Well-developed communication skills, both verbal and written (including writing reports)
  • Committed to promoting diversity and equal opportunities


  • Command training to appropriate level e.g. NARU, JESIP
  • NHS Pathways PaCCS Educated
  • Ambulance sector experience
  • Track record of achievement in the planning of quality improvement gained over at least two years
  • Knowledge of an Emergency service CAD System

Employer details

Employer name

East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust



Travel required to both Nottingham and Lincolnshire EOCs


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