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Consultant Psychiatrist+ACD Richmond CMHT (Joint Role) 12PAS

Employer
South West London & St Georges Mental Health NHS Trust
Location
Teddington
Salary
£84,559 to £114,003 a year per annum plus £2,162 Inner London HCAS
Closing date
30 Sep 2022

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Profession
Psychiatrist
Service
Adult
Grade
Consultant
Hours
Full Time
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Richmond Assoc Clinical Director/Consultant Psychiatrist (Joint Role) 12PAS

We're looking for two ambitious leaders to help us deliver the future of mental health care to patients across our communities. As an Associate Clinical Director you'll build on your General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist experience, taking on new medical leadership responsibilities.

We value passion, talent and vision above all, and our people pull together to put patients first and take innovation to new levels.

The ACD role is for 2pas plus 10% responsibility allowance (on 10pas) plus 10pas of a Consultant 3 years fixed term period.

Closing date: 29/09/2022

Assessment date: 10/10/2022

Interview date: 11/10/2022

Main duties of the job

  • The Associate Clinical Director in conjunction with the Clinical Director, Head of Nursing and Quality, Head of Psychology & Psychotherapy and Head of Service Delivery, will establish and develop relationships with key stakeholders including GP commissioners, the Integrated Care System and local Authorities. This will include Health Overview, Health and Wellbeing and Safeguarding Boards
  • To provide clinical leadership and expertise to Trust wide service developments and redesign.
  • To work with the Clinical Director, Head of Nursing and Quality, Head of Psychology & Psychotherapy and Head of Service Delivery to provide effective clinical leadership to the directorate and help ensure the development of high quality clinical services which are evidence based, consistent with legal requirements, and in keeping with national policy and the Trust's Corporate Objectives.
  • To work with the Medical Director, Deputy Medical Director and Clinical Director to ensure the requirements of Revalidation and appraisal for doctors are fulfilled within the directorate
  • Support the development and delivery of medical workforce strategies and innovations for the Service Line, and the effective recruitment and retention of medical staff.
  • To contribute to clinical governance Trust wide including participating in serious incident investigations and complaint investigation.


About us

Joining us in our new state of the art hospitals, you'll get the opportunity to be a leader in your field.

As as valued member of our team, you'll empower and up skill others through supervision and consultation, ensuring that your staff deliver the highest quality care to patients.

This role is all about evolution and improvement, and so in leading the development and transformation of our community services, you'll help ensure patients can access the care and support they need, when they need it.

In return, we'll give you everything you need to be at your best. From unrivalled access to training and development, to flexible working, to a generous salary and relocation package, we reward expertise, and value the unique contributions you'll bring to the team.

The Trust will also support you should you wish to complete a fully funded Masters in Medical Leadership.

Bring the drive, passion and ambition to do more for your community, and apply today. Discover what a career at South West London and St. George's Mental Health Trust could mean for you.

For further information emailVictoria.Hill@swlstg.nhs.uk

Job description Job responsibilities

  • To be a clinical leader for the service line
  • To support the development of place-based working / provider collaborative delivery (as appropriate to the Service Line) as part of the senior leadership of the Trusts strategy.
  • To support the Clinical Director and Service line senior leadership team to develop relationships, services and clinical pathways that aim to make mental health integral within the Integrated Care System
  • To lead on the development and design of innovative services within the clinical area.
  • Ensure effective pathway interfaces with other mental health services provided by SWLSTG and primary care, and that the transitions between different clinical components are well designed and delivered.
  • Provide medical leadership around job planning and medical productivity in their area
  • In conjunction with the Clinical Director, Head of Nursing and Quality, Head of Psychology & Psychotherapy and Head of Service Delivery, lead on Quality Improvement and Innovation in their area.
  • Promote and deliver clinical and research governance in the Service Line.
  • Support the Service Line senior leadership team to deliver the relevant elements of the Trusts Integrated Transformation Programme


Person Specification Experience Essential
  • Leadership experience within a complex organisation delivering clinical/social care services.
  • Experience of delivering improvements in quality
  • Experience in leading governance and quality projects.
Desirable
  • Aspiration to participate in a Leadership development programme
  • Participation in and understanding of complex organisational
  • Experience of multi professional collaboration at a senior level.
  • Experience of working collaboratively with other organisations.
Training and Qualifications Essential
  • Registered Medical Practitioner (with CCT in a branch of Psychiatry)
  • Evidence of continuing professional development
Desirable
  • Management qualifications
  • Leadership training (e.g. collaborative leadership)
  • Master's Degree or equivalent experience
Knowledge and Skills Essential
  • Highly effective leadership skills and an understanding of collaborative leadership approaches.
  • Ability to promote equality of opportunity for service users and staff.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Common sense approach to problem solving.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships, both within and outside the Trust.
  • Management skills, including staff management and performance and financial understanding
  • Ability to analyse complex situations.
Desirable
  • Highly effective change management skills
  • Understanding of the provision and delivery of health and social care services, and of the Government's strategy and plans for modernising health care, particularly in relation to mental health.
  • Environmental and political awareness.
  • Knowledge of the Trust as a business and how the business supports patient care
  • Self-belief - maintaining a can do attitude.
  • Self-awareness - knows strengthens and limitations and is aware of personal impact on others.
  • Ability to influence across a range of diverse stakeholder groups.
  • Self-management - ability to manage a complex and busy agenda
  • Drive for improvement.
Behaviours and Values Essential
  • Ability to behave in accordance with our Trust values: Respectful ,Open ,Compassionate ,Collaborative and Consistent


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