Integrated Service Lead

Employer
Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board
Location
Llantrisant
Salary
£47,126 to £53,219 a year Per annum
Closing date
17 Aug 2022

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Profession
CBT Therapist / Other
Grade
Band 8A
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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The post holder will have clinical leadership and management responsibility for the integrated Stay Well @Home Service working across Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board (CTMUHB).

They will work collaboratively with key stakeholders to ensure that a safe and effective service is coordinated and delivered for the population that focuses on avoiding unnecessary hospital and keeping people well within their own homes.

The post holder will be responsible for the operational delivery of the service, and take a lead on the continuing development of the Stay Well @Home Service, leading on operational and strategic planning.

The post holder will be required to work a 12 hour shift pattern, covering weekends on a rota.

Main duties of the job

Lead the clinical and operational delivery of the Stay Well @Home Service.

Lead on and manage highly complex human resource issues.

Responsibility for the clinical governance of the SW@H service.

Develop networks and work in partnership within the University Health Board and Local Authorities and with key partners.

Provide support, advice and training to the team and other departments/services.

Undertake the operational planning role for the Stay Well @Home Service, including business and staffing planning.

As an expert autonomous Occupational Therapist/Physiotherapist maintain personal clinical expertise in practice. Providing clinical support, including complex caseload intervention.

Act as a clinical resource, disseminating expert information to stakeholders.

To audit and bench mark existing good practice.

As a specialist clinician the post holder will undertake audit, research and development of the service.

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About us

This is a brand new post and a unique and exciting opportunity to join and lead the NHS Award winning SW@H service!

At Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board, we believe passionately in investing in our staff, and in the development of our services. CTMUHB is committed to building a culture to be proud of, with recognisable values at its core that can be felt and understood by every person who comes into contact with them.

By embracing our organisational values and beliefs, we ensure that we listen, learn and improve, we treat everyone with respect and we all work together as one team.

As a registered Occupational Therapy or Physiotherapist you're personal and professional development is important and supported. You will be provided with regular professional and managerial supervision, support and coaching.

Job description Job responsibilities

The successful candidate will lead an established and award winning service focused on preventing unnecessary admissions 'at the front door' within Accident and Emergency and medical assessment units.

Please refer to Job Description for information.

Person Specification English Essential
  • Qualifications and / or knowledge: Degree/Diploma in Occupational Therapy/Physiotherapy, plus Clinical/Management accredited postgraduate specialist course/training relevant to role, or possess skills, knowledge and experience to equivalency. Registered member HCPC. Leadership/Management qualification or evidence of management development e.g. leadership/coaching/mentoring. Detailed knowledge of professional standards and code of conduct. Evidence of knowledge/experience or qualification in research and audit. Knowledge of the requirements of clinical governance. Knowledge of Health Issues affecting the local population and strategies in place to support improvement in these areas. Knowledge of health and safety. Evidence of professional development. Understanding of professional ethics and their application in practice.
  • Experience: Clinical and leadership experience at a senior level across a variety of settings. Experience of working as a senior member of a clinical team to deliver patient and organisational objectives.Clinical and leadership experience at a senior level across a variety of settings. Experience of working as a senior member of a clinical team to deliver patient and organisational objectives. Experience of working as an Occupational Therapist/ Physiotherapist within an integrated/social care service. Extensive practical experience of human resource management, operational management and clinical/operational supervision. Experience of developing service, clinical and professional standards and policies. Experience of planning and delivering formal and informal teaching. Evidence of implementing clinical governance and quality improvement initiatives. Experience of working in a multi-disciplinary/multi-agency service/team. Direct experience of managing/providing leadership to a group of multi-professional practitioners. Experienced of working towards defined/busy deadlines. Experience of participating in national and local professional forums. Able to maintain effective working relationships with relevant stakeholders. Experience at managing projects. Experience at evaluating services and collating reports to update stakeholders.
  • Aptitude and Abilities Skills: Resource management skills. Ability to work under pressure with competing priorities to meet deadlines and address volume of work. Ability to motivate and lead others. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to use highly specialist clinical reasoning. Advanced clinical assessment skills. Ability to discuss and challenge clinical reasoning process of others. Ability to manage complex and contentious issues. Advanced problem solving and negotiation skills. Organisational and time management skills. Ability to concentrate in and cope within challenging environments, including highly emotional or distressing circumstances and distressing clinical situations. An ability to communicate complex information to colleagues and partners in external organisations at a national and international level. Clinical supervision skills. Ability to focus on service objectives and to deliver on these. Able to gather, assimilate, appropriately apply and present complex data information. Demonstrates critical appraisal skills. Ability to focus on research and project objectives and to deliver on these. Able to maintain effective working relationships with relevant stakeholders. Able to reflect and appraise own performance and that of others. Skills in influencing and persuasion on specialist clinical issues with a wide range of staff and internal and external to the University Health Board. Advanced keyboard skills - data inputting, word processing, internet use. Able to deal appropriately with distressed patients and staff.
  • Personal Qualities/Values: Proven team worker. Excellent interpersonal skills, empathy and diplomacy. Ability to work under self-direction. Leadership qualities. Flexible approach to work, adaptable and creative. Professionally confident and self-motivated. Able to respond to unpredictable work patterns and frequent interruptions on a daily basis. Able to set priorities and meet daily deadlines. Holistic approach to patient care. Ability to perform and cope with all aspects of manual handling, equipment and advanced manual treatment techniques.
Desirable
  • Qualifications and/or Knowledge: Member of professional body. Member of relevant specialist interest group. Project/programme development experience. Knowledge of current agenda for health and social care provision. Knowledge and understanding of the impact of health and socio-economic factors on the health of the local population. Knowledge of change management principles.
  • Experience: Member of professional body. Member of relevant specialist interest group. Project/programme development experience. Knowledge of current agenda for health and social care provision. Knowledge and understanding of the impact of health and socio-economic factors on the health of the local population. Knowledge of change management principles. Experience of audit, service development and/or research. Experience of service planning and change management. Lead experience of staff recruitment process. Practical experience of lecturing/teaching. Presentations to large groups or at conferences.
English Essential
  • Experience:Clinical and leadership experience at a senior level across a variety of settings. Experience of working as a senior member of a clinical team to deliver patient and organisational objectives. Experience of working as an Occupational Therapist/ Physiotherapist within an integrated/social care service. Extensive practical experience of human resource management, operational management and clinical/operational supervision. Experience of developing service, clinical and professional standards and policies. Experience of planning and delivering formal and informal teaching. Evidence of implementing clinical governance and quality improvement initiatives. Experience of working in a multi-disciplinary/multi-agency service/team. Direct experience of managing/providing leadership to a group of multi-professional practitioners. Experienced of working towards defined/busy deadlines. Experience of participating in national and local professional forums. Able to maintain effective working relationships with relevant stakeholders. Experience at managing projects. Experience at evaluating services and collating reports to update stakeholders.
Desirable
  • Experience:Experience of audit, service development and/or research. Experience of service planning and change management. Lead experience of staff recruitment process. Practical experience of lecturing/teaching. Presentations to large groups or at conferences.


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