The post holder will work in collaboration with CYPS Senior Leads to deliver safe, efficient, high quality and effective services by providing strong clinical leadership and ensuring alignment of OT service priorities with the Directorate and Trust priorities and values.
This is a community role and the post holder may be required to work in different areas of the county, dependant upon the needs of the service.
The post holder will:
- Provide clinical leadership and expertise within the service to ensure service delivery reflects best/evidence based practice as well as embracing continuous learning and improvement.
- Independently manage a specialised clinical caseload of children/young people and their families, involving providing clinical assessment, advice and the delivery of treatment programmes for children and young people with complex physical healthcare needs
- Adopt corporate, clinical governance and best practice principles within service delivery
- Contribute to ongoing service improvement initiatives
- Demonstrate a commitment that the voice and lived experience of the child and young person is at the heart of all CYPS decision making and clinical care planning.
Main duties of the job
- Highly specialist assessment and treatment interventions for CYPS (0-18yrs) and their families/carers with the designated team. Provision will be in accordance to the application of a range of profession specific models of clinical practice.
- A wide range of treatment skills and options for use in both the home, community and school setting alongside using a personalised and coproduction approach when working with families, parents and carers
- Comprehensive and accurate assessment of children and young people, using investigative, analytical and advanced clinical reasoning skills. This includes consideration and identification of safeguarding needs
- Specialist clinical risk assessments & complex risk management planning as part of routine clinical work
- Be a responsible case holder with overall responsibility and accountability as well as a duty of care for assessment, treatment and review of the child/young person/family until the point of onward referral or discharge
- Provide clinical leadership regarding referral screening, assessing and formulating personalised care planning
- Joint working with multi-agency partners across Gloucestershire
- Accountability and assurance that the team is continuously striving to provide high quality, safe and effective services that are evidence based and fully adhere to corporate, clinical governance and expected standards
The Trust aims to recruit and retain the best possible staff who, through the application of their skills, qualification and experience, will make a positive contribution to our business of providing quality health care services. It is the Trust's view that the costs associated with moving house in order to take up a post with us should not restrict our ability to recruit the excellent people we need; therefore, we support staff to relocate with our relocation policy.
This post requires the post holder to be able to undertake all statutory and mandatory training and post holders must be able to undertake physical interventions. Fitness for physical intervention will be assessed by Occupational Health.
A valid UK driving licence plus the use of own transport for business purposes is essential. For qualifying staff the Trust has a Lease Car Scheme in place and also offers a popular Salary Sacrifice Car Scheme with our partner Tusker.
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Candidates for any staff appointment shall, when making application, disclose in writing to the Trust whether they are related to any governor. Failure to disclose such a relationship may disqualify a candidate and, if appointed, may render them liable to dismissal.
At Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust, we are supportive of the people we care for in the community and aim to provide a fully responsive service to everyone who needs it. This is the same approach we take for our employees. We look to value the skills and experiences of those we work with, whether they are service users, carers, families or those looking to work with us.
Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust is part of the NHS. We treat NHS patients according to NHS principles and standards. The difference is the Trust is accountable to local people, rather than to Government, and so we are able to work closely with our community to develop services in the way that best suits the needs of local people.
Person Specification Specialism Essential
- Experience and specialist knowledge within a paediatric and community field
Core Values Essential
- Evidence of core values that align with the Trust values
- Awareness and discussion of core values
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