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Paramedic Improvement Fellow

Employer
East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust
Location
Nottingham
Salary
£58,972 to £68,525 a year pro rata
Closing date
23 Jul 2024

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Profession
Paramedic
Grade
Band 8B
Hours
Part Time
East Midlands Ambulance NHS Trust (EMAS) are delighted to advertise and host a 12 month secondment to NHS England for a Paramedic Improvement Fellowship.

The Paramedic Improvement Fellow will aim to ensure that the health and care systems across the Midlands will have enough paramedics with the right skills, values and behaviours to deliver care that meets local population needs and be aligned to the ambitions set out in the Long-term Workforce Plan (LTWP). This fellowship will facilitate and build relationships across the two ambulance trusts working across the Midlands, together with health and social care providers (acute, community, primary care and local authority) and education providers. Fostering positive relationships across Integrated Care Systems and organisational boundaries will allow for sharing of best practice and learning from experience. Educators will be enabled to provide high quality, consistent learning and development opportunities to deliver a high quality pre and post registration workforce, that has the right skills to deliver safe and effective care to our local population.

The post holder will assist in the development of strategic frameworks to support service improvement, practice and workforce development based on sound research evidence. Through the development and implementation of evidence to support clinical practice the post-holder will assist NHS England and a range of stakeholders in delivering safe and effective patient centred care.

Main duties of the job

The core responsibilities are to:

Facilitate partners across a challenging healthcare system in recognising the importance of the workforce in driving service transformation collaboratively.

Utilise knowledge and experience to support systems in developing actionable workforce supply and redesign solutions to support the needs of both ambulance trusts and wider health and social care system.

Identify current and future Paramedic workforce needs across settings (Ambulance trusts, Primary Care, Secondary Care)

Identify and facilitate mechanisms to increase practice learning opportunities and increase placement capacity for learners.

Build relationships with key stakeholders and facilitate development of forums to improve communication and share best practice.

Build on work and recommendations in relation to:

o practice based learning and widening participation of the profession

o the National Paramedic Quality review and November 2023 NETS cycle

o Preceptorship and Early Careers Support and preparedness for practice

o Fostering an inclusive just culture within the profession

About us

East Midlands Ambulance Service will be the host organisation throughout this fellowship secondment.

This fellowship project will give highly motivated clinical practitioners the opportunity to work on a Midlands scale implementing national workforce strategy including the Long-Term Workforce Plan. The successful fellow will be supported to build and develop their professional leadership skills and will have the opportunity to attend key regional and national meetings that focus on workforce development.The fellowship will create the chance for increasing knowledge of strategic thinking and innovation and will enable the fellow to gain a broader understanding of the NHS. There is a wealth of opportunity for shared learning and personal, professional and leadership development for individuals with a specific interest in workforce transformation across health and social care, talent management, education and research.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Please see job description and personal specification for a full outline of the responsibilities for this role.

Person Specification

Essential

Essential

  • HCPC Registered Paramedic
  • MSc Level qualification or equivalent experience
  • Experience of leadership and knowledge of the national Allied Health Professions agenda
  • Effective project management skills
  • Highly developed communication and influencing skills


Employer details

Employer name

East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust

Address

East Midlands Ambulance Service

Headquarters, Horizon Place

Nottingham

NG11 8NS

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