- Trust Wide
- Band 7
- Full time: 37.5
- Various locations across London
- £43,712 to £51,393 pa Inclusive HCAS
- 22/07/2020 23:59
London Ambulance Service covers an area of 620 sq. miles, serves one of the world’s most dynamic and diverse cities and is the busiest ambulance service in the UK. We handle over 1.9 million emergency calls from across the capital and attend more than 1.2 million incidents every single year as well as delivering a 24 hour NHS 111 Integrated Urgent Care Service in South East and North East London that we estimate will respond to around 1.4million urgent care calls by the end of the year.
We employ over 6,000 staff, including volunteers, across London to respond to the health needs of over eight million people who live, work and travel in the capital.
We work closely with our NHS partners and are commissioned by 32 clinical commissioning groups spread across 5 sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs) and NHS England for our specialist services. We work alongside London’s hospital, mental health and specialist trusts, as well as the five STPs across Greater London.
In addition we work in partnership with the other emergency services, London’s Air Ambulance and London’s Resilience Forums to make sure we are ready and prepared to respond to major incidents and ensure we keep Londoners safe.
As the only pan-London NHS provider we have a unique opportunity to play a leading role in integrating access to emergency and urgent care right across London.
By 2023 we will improve outcomes and experiences for all our patients by providing the right care to patients at the right time, and in the most cost effective way. This will mean up to 122,000 fewer patients being taken to emergency departments when their needs could be better met in a different way, and we will deliver significant efficiencies in avoided costs to the urgent and emergency care sector.
Clinical Team Manager
Our Clinical Team Managers are responsible for leading and managing a team of staff ensuring their continued development and clinical competence. They are also responsible for all aspects of welfare for their team including all areas of attendance management.
The post holder will support the objectives of both the local leadership team and the Trust in respect of efficiency, quality, governance, performance and staff/stakeholder engagement ensuring they are a role model for the Trust’s purpose, vision and values.
The post holder will be responsible for the delivery of a 24 hour, mobile resource, providing staff with face to face, on-scene clinical support and management.
You will need to be a HCPC registered paramedic and must possess excellent communication, leadership and interpersonal skills. This post is subject to a Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check prior to appointment. It is anticipated that assessment centres and interviews for shortlisted candidates will be held w/c 3rd August 2020, and it is expected that the course will take place in August/Sept 2020.
All candidates will need to apply for the role via Trac jobs. Operational postings will be in locations across the Trust. Successful candidates must be prepared to work in areas which may not be their first preference if successful.
There are also 2 vacancies in HART and one in MRU. Candidates who are interested in these roles should also contact the following people to gain further understanding of the requirements:
MRU – Robert Bentley: [email protected] or HART – Marc Rainey : [email protected]
Management roles in the Service are underrepresented by women and BAME staff so applications from these groups are particularly welcome.
This role is being advertised as per the UKVI Resident Labour Market Test and applicants requiring Tier 2 Sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications. Please note that Non-EEA candidates may not be appointed to a post if a suitably qualified, experienced and skilled EU/EEA candidate is available to take up the post.
The closing date for applications, and all requested additional documents, is midnight on Wednesday 22nd July 2020.
As a result of the anticipated levels of interest in this role sadly it will not be possible to provide personal feedback to individuals who are unsuccessful at the shortlisting stage. Unsuccessful candidates are recommended to approach their line manager in the first instance.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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