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Specialist Speech & Language Therapist

Employer
Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Location
Haywood Hospital
Salary
£32,306 - £39,027
Closing date
15 Aug 2022

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Profession
CBT Therapist / Other
Grade
Band 6
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Are you enthusiastic in making a difference to patients and passionate in delivering quality, safe and efficient Speech & Language Services within Rehabilitation Medicine?

The Haywood Hospital has an exciting opportunity for a quality driven, forward thinking individual, with proven Registered Speech & Language experience to join the organisation as a Specialist Speech & Language Therapist within our Broadfield Unit.

Are you a motivated, experienced Therapist looking for development into a specialist Band 6 role to actively assist our Clinical Leads and help shape our service to meet transformation plans; supporting our strong rehabilitation ethos and align with the national service model.

If so, we now have an exciting opportunity for a Band 6 Specialist Therapist to provide Speech & Language (SLT) service on Broadfield Unit, the regional specialised rehabilitation centre at the Haywood Hospital. You would join the internationally renowned Rehabilitation Medicine service, providing specialist rehabilitation to adults with complex neurological and major trauma related conditions. Our well-established inpatient service on Broadfield Unit is accredited nationally as a highly successful provider of multi-disciplinary, goal driven, and person-centred rehabilitation for the region.

An enthusiastic, innovative and skilled clinician who is motivated to actively assist to help us shape our service through transformation, improvement and development working within the collective leadership and Multidisciplinary model. Alongside our multi-professional ward team our aims is to deliver an excellent, evidence-based service working to national standards and service specification. In this role it will be critical for you to fully understand the rehabilitation medicine model within the local, regional & national health economy and proactively provide support to help us develop, improve and provide service quality and positive patient experience. In support of this we will help you in develop you experience of quality initiatives & clinical leadership; developing and maintaining successful relationships with key stakeholders.

You will need to be a positive role model, engaging, enthusiastic and innovative in your approach. The post holder will have knowledge and experience of working in a busy integrated team; be required to demonstrate good communication skills & emotional intelligence and specialist clinical knowledge. We are seeking evidence of experience of complex therapy assessments and clear rehabilitation / care planning to promote and maximise people’s independence to return home; enable long term community dwelling and preventing avoidable hospital re-admissions.

Expertise with core values in education includes supporting teaching and enabling other members of the team to develop their clinical competencies and skills across rehabilitation and pathways. The post holder will also have knowledge and experience of completing risk assessments and provision / teaching of use of appropriate risk management programmes.

Working closely with the wider hospital and community teams you will also support the development and delivery of the rehabilitation medicine service ensuring that the services we deliver are value added, high quality and patient focused.

The wider Allied Health Professionals family across MPFT is also part of the post holders team and resources. We have a commitment to supporting and developing our clinicians to ensure they are experts in their chosen career pathway enabling them to seek out opportunities for development not only enhancing their knowledge and skills but also the clinical services we deliver.

We can offer:
  • Friendly, supportive and well experienced clinical teams who are passionate about rehabilitation
  • Development of your clinical skills through supervision, training and networking opportunities across the Trust / local rehabilitation services including voluntary and statutory agencies
  • Clear working structure through regular supervision and appraisal with In-service training and peer supervision an essential component for continued professional development
  • A strong rehabilitation research culture within the Trust and local rehabilitation pathway

Our commitments to you

We are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity. We know through experience that different ideas, perspective and backgrounds create a stronger and more creative work environment that delivers better patient outcomes. We welcome applications irrespective of people’s age, disability, sex, gender identity and gender expression, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation, or other personal circumstances. We have policies and procedures in place to ensure that all applicants are treated fairly and consistently at every stage of the recruitment process, including the consideration of reasonable adjustments for people who have a disability.

Flexible working including full time / part time options as well as development posts can be discussed as part of the recruitment process in line with service demands and requirements. If you would like any further information regarding the role please contact:

Rachel Whitehouse (Broadfield Unit Manager) - Rachel.Whitehouse@mpft.nhs.uk

Sarah Windsor (Complex Discharge Resettlement Lead) – Sarah.Windsor@mpft.nhs.uk

Trudi Massey (Specialised Rehabilitation Pathway Lead) – Trudi.Massey@mpft.nhs.uk

Margurite O’Mara (Service Lead) – Margurite.O’Mara@mpft.nhs,uk

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301-LBG-22-147339
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