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Freedom to speak up guardian Administrative & Clerical

University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT)
  • Location: Cross Bay
  • Organisation: University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT)
  • Salary: Band 7
  • Type: 1 year fixed term contract
  • Closing Date: 29/03/2020
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Do you want to champion the very safest patient-centred care across Morecambe Bay?

Are you committed to building a culture of openness and transparency?

Do you want to help create a better environment for colleagues and patients?

If so, our Freedom to Speak Up Guardian could be the role for you.

We want to hear from you if you:

  • Are a clinically registered individual and are passionate about safety and patient experience
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  • Want to help build on a developing open and transparent culture founded on improving safety and quality improvement
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  • Are happy to develop yourself

The Freedom to Speak Up Guardian role was developed following the release of Sir Robert Francis’ Freedom to Speak Up Review. Our current Freedom to Speak Up Guardian has been in post since 2015 and will continue in her role however due to a change in her current hours, we are looking for another Guardian to fulfil the remainder of the role.

We have worked hard over the last few years to create a culture where colleagues have an avenue to raise concerns in order that we can be a best practice Trust where staff feel able to openly raise patient safety (and other) concerns, and we quickly and effectively deal with them. This role will be pivotal in helping to continue to shape our culture across the Trust where respect, openness and challenge are integral to the services we provide every day.

We want someone to:

  • Champion respectful and valued behaviour
  • Challenge wrongdoing
  • Support people who raise concerns
  • Work towards improving patient and colleague safety

You will need excellent communication skills, be able to balance your passion for patients, service users and staff safety and natural assertiveness with empathy, encouragement and support, to ensure that you gain credibility, acceptance and trust.

You will need to form strong relationships with the Medical Director and Lead Non-Executive Director to ensure the Trust continually strives towards achieving a transparent culture with a priority on quality and safety improvement.

Interviews will take place on Thursday 16th April 2020. The post is for 15 hours.

 

 

Specialty Secretary – Medicine – Internal Only Administrative & Clerical

University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT)
  • Location: Kendal
  • Organisation: University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT)
  • Salary: £18,813 - £20,795 per annum pro rata
  • Type: Fixed term until end of Feb 2021
  • Closing Date: 30/03/2020
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This post is only open to current employees of University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay and current employees of the Bay Health and Care Partners as below:

Morecambe Bay Clinical Commissioning Group

GP Providers Alliance

Lancashire County Council

Cumbria County Council

Lancashire Care Foundation Trust

North West Ambulance Service

Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

If you are a current employee of any of the above organisations please mark your application as Internal

An opportunity has arisen within our Medicine Secretarial Team for a Band 3 Specialist Secretary.

Excellent communication and customer care skills, administration and advanced typing experience is required for this post. You will have daily contact with patients, medical and nursing staff and all relevant stakeholders.

You will be expected to contribute to ensuring each speciality achieves performance targets, efficiencies and an excellent administrative service.

If you are interested in joining a dynamic and committed team with the enthusiasm to assist in a gold standard service then we want to meet you.

Anyone newly appointed to the trust will be subject to the completion of a satisfactory 6 month probationary period (this includes bank staff). This will give the new staff member an opportunity to become familiar with the role and working environment.

Senior Information Analyst Administrative & Clerical

University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT)
  • Location: Lancaster
  • Organisation: University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT)
  • Salary: £28,050 - £36,644 per annum
  • Type: 2 years
  • Closing Date: 31/03/2020
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Working in the award winning Innovation, Informatics and Information (I3) service; you will be part of an innovative organisation, constantly striving to push the boundaries of how information and technology can support better healthcare. You will work with raw data from national systems to build analytics quantifying the issues the NHS faces, identifying problems we aren’t aware of yet and coming up with pragmatic solutions. With unique access to a wealth of data sources providing endless business intelligence (BI) possibilities, you will make a real difference in how the healthcare community evolves and contributes to patient care.

As part of your role, you will lead a team of corporate information analysts, working to automate existing manual processes and improve the collection of key information. You will act as a translator, taking requirements from end-users and developing these into technical solutions that support the organisation.

You will be responsible for the development and rollout of the Trust’s corporate BI systems through the deployment of QlikSense as well as bespoke BI frameworks developed in-house. You will contribute towards the ‘Single Source of the Truth’ data warehouse project, the data quality improvement agenda and the community wide Better Care Together programme.

TL;DR: We’re looking for people with passion for information that rivals ours’!

Anyone newly appointed to the trust will be subject to the completion of a satisfactory 6 month probationary period (this includes bank staff). This will give the new staff member an opportunity to become familiar with the role and working environment.

 

 

 

 

Integrated community stroke team- Team Secretary Administrative & Clerical

University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT)
  • Location: Across the Bay
  • Organisation: University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT)
  • Salary: £18,813 to £20,795 per annum pro rata
  • Type: 1 year fixed term contract
  • Closing Date: 10/04/2020
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As a combined Acute and Community Trust, University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) is enjoying greater integration working with colleagues across different sectors within the footprint of Morecambe Bay. Not only does this provide improved ways of working within the multi-disciplinary context, it enables you to be involved in the exciting journey ahead for providing transformational care within Morecambe Bay.  

Our Integrated Stroke Pathway has received significant investment to further support a collaborative approach to providing stroke services across the Bay.  The Introduction of an integrated community stroke team aims to ensure all our patients have access to the appropriate treatment in the right location.  

Our aim is to ensure all our patients have access to appropriate treatment in the right location. Our approach to stroke services will require a degree of flexibility as well as creative thinking to establish and form new pathways of care. You will be providing care across the pathway within the acute and community settings. 

  • UHMBT has an active strategic clinical network for stroke within the region which ensures oversight of continuous professional development and strategically influences stroke care within this region. The stroke team are supportive have a friendly and flexible attitude which is patient focused and dedicated to quality care  

We are a multi-disciplinary team who would welcome you to join us. As well as being the country’s 10th most inclusive employer, worklife balance is made easier with our location; right next door to the beautiful Lake District, where you can enjoy outdoor recreational activities, as well as being close to the bustling city of Manchester.   

If this sounds like an opportunity you don’t want to miss and you want to work for a Trust which: 

  • values inclusivity 
  • invests in you with ongoing in-service training, development and supervision from expertly trained clinical specialists 
  • is at the start of a transformational journey where collaboration between sector partners is core business 
  • values and invests in YOU 

then why not come and see what UHMBT has to offer? In return we will offer you: 

  • A supportive team environment which values the input of the team 
  • A structured two-way appraisal process to support your ongoing development 
  • In-house recognition schemes 
  • Regular training is provided to support development and shared learning 
  • A focus on employee involvement where your contribution is valued 
  • Encouragement for your professional development 
  • A relocation package for prospective applicants living more than 60 miles away 
  • Opportunity to be part of our transformational programme of combining acute and community services 
  • Excellent location of our sites near the Lake District to support a healthy worklife balance  
  • Providing excellent care to all stroke patients 

 

Working together to deliver care to patients you will need to: 

  • Work to bring the teams together, providing administrative support across the bay. 
  • Demonstrate and evidence your own professional development 
  • Demonstrate your ability to work independently when necessary 

Anyone newly appointed to the trust will be subject to the completion of a satisfactory 6 month probationary period (this includes bank staff). This will give the new staff member an opportunity to become familiar with the role and working environment.

 

Command Centre Clinical Decision Maker Administrative & Clerical

University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT)
  • Location: Across Morecambe Bay - this can be home working
  • Organisation: University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT)
  • Salary: £38,890 - £44,503 per annum pro rata
  • Type: Fixed term
  • Closing Date: 29/03/2020
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Dear Colleagues,

In the coming weeks the NHS in Morecambe Bay is likely to see unprecedented levels of demand due to Covid-19.

As part of the business contingency planning a great deal of work has been undertaken to ensure we are prepared for this work.

We are currently working to develop a community based telephone triage service to support front line clinicians in making complex health and care decisions. This work will be hosted in collaboration with CHOC and Bay health and care partners.

We have a number of temporary roles that would suit a wide range of clinical professionals and would be grateful if you could register your interest and send a CV to  Alison Nicholson, COVID-19 Clinical Command Lead, Email: Alison.Nicholson@GP-A82026.nhs.uk by Monday 30th March at 12noon.   

Interviews will be organised virtually (conference call) on Monday 30th PM and Tuesday 31st March  AM.  Roles will commence on 1st April 2020.

Command Centre Referral Coordinator Administrative & Clerical

University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT)
  • Location: Across Morecambe Bay - this can be home working
  • Organisation: University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT)
  • Salary: £24,907 - £30,615 per annum pro rata
  • Type: Fixed term
  • Closing Date: 29/03/2020
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Dear Colleagues,

In the coming weeks the NHS in Morecambe Bay is likely to see unprecedented levels of demand due to Covid-19.

As part of the business contingency planning a great deal of work has been undertaken to ensure we are prepared for this work.

We are currently working to develop a community based telephone triage service to support front line clinicians in making complex health and care decisions. This work will be hosted in collaboration with CHOC and Bay health and care partners.

We have a number of temporary roles and would be grateful if you could register your interest and send a CV to  Alison Nicholson, COVID-19 Clinical Command Lead, Email: Alison.Nicholson@GP-A82026.nhs.uk by Monday 30th March at 12noon.   

Interviews will be organised virtually (conference call) on Monday 30th PM and Tuesday 31st March  AM.  Roles will commence on 1st April 2020.

Lancashire County Council – Project Manager Administrative & Clerical

Lancashire County Council
  • Location: Preston
  • Organisation: Lancashire County Council
  • Salary: £42683 - £45566 Per annum
  • Type: Permanent
  • Closing Date: 29/11/2019 11:59 pm
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In 2017/18 the Lancashire Better Care Fund Steering Group commissioned a review of Intermediate Care Services across Lancashire and South Cumbria region (including Blackburn and Blackpool). 

 

This review looked at the current model(s) of care and by predicting demand proposed alternative models for the future. We are now ready to take a number of the recommendations from that review forward and have developed an action plan to do this. 

 

The significance and complexity of this work is such that we are looking to appoint a new permanent Project Manager who will be responsible for leading the planning and implementation of these recommendations. Working in the Corporate Programme Office you will be accountable to the Programme Manager who will oversee your delivery on a day to day basis.

 

You will already be an experienced and effective Project Manager. You will have demonstrable evidence of delivering transformational programmes across multi-stakeholder groups, these may already be within the public sector and/or NHS or alternatively will be in a comparable setting. You may have experience of successfully delivering projects working alongside partners in health, social care, other authorities and provider organisations, alternatively you will be able to demonstrate your understanding of the culture and complexities of these organisations and be confident operating in this type of setting.  

 

Already operating in a challenging environment you may have some knowledge and understanding of intermediate care services, how these are governed, managed and delivered, although this is not essential. Your role will be to plan and manage the implementation of the new care model addressing areas such as governance and performance management in doing this. You will manage changes in enabling structures such as information governance and estates, alongside operational and service model changes, to delivery of provision of these short term services to enhance independence. 

 
Key responsibilities
 
  • Create professional relationships with senior managers, working closely to define and scope projects aligned to review findings.  
  • Apply robust project management skills to ensure agreed projects outputs are delivered successfully within quality parameters and timeframes
  • Establish and apply robust governance frameworks to control projects and their associated risks
  • Drive projects forwards with the necessary pace and rigor 
  • Produce high quality management reports
 

Key job requirements:

 

It is essential that you have a thorough understanding of the key principles of good project management and are able to evidence their application in successfully delivering a range of complex projects.  

 

You must be able to demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain mature and professional relationships with internal and external senior stakeholders, and be able to work across partnerships and systems.

 

As an experienced Project Manager you may already be operating across the health and social care sector with professionals, private providers and system leaders around transformational change, if you are not already operating in this sector however this will not be a barrier. In any case it is your professional persona, ability to create effective and authentic partnerships, demonstrable skills to lead, influence and persuade stakeholders to effectively deliver project outputs in a similar environment which are essential.

 

We do not expect you to be an expert in the Intermediate Care sector. It will however be useful if you already have some knowledge and understanding of the Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System as well as the services which are included within Intermediate Care, however this is not essential as it is your skills as a Project Manager we consider to be most important.

 

The work is challenging so we will expect you to be able to learn fast to build your knowledge base on the sector to the level required. You will need to develop your detailed knowledge of the quality and safety requirements of Intermediate Care provision as well as the interdependencies between organisations and services to enable the benefits of the recommendations to be realised.   

 
Other:
 

As an experienced Project Manager you will hold a recognised Project Management qualification.

In addition you will be able to demonstrate effective application of the structured technical skills and processes required to successfully deliver projects under formal governance arrangements and operating across complex organisations.   

Deputy Practice Manager Administrative & Clerical

GP and GP Practice Jobs
  • Location: Barrow-in-Furness
  • Organisation: GP and GP Practice Jobs
  • Salary: £25,000 - £35,000
  • Type: Permanent
  • Closing Date: 21/06/2019 5:00 pm
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Norwood Medical Centre

Deputy Practice Manager

25-30 hours per week

Starting Salary £25-35,000 pro rata depending on experience

Norwood Medical Centre provides primary care services to around 11,000 patients. This is an exciting post designed to support the Practice Manager.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and efficient individual to deputise for the Practice Manager and manage the administrative team and IT functions within the practice.

Management experience is essential along with excellent communication and IT skills.

To apply please go to www.norwoodmedicalcentre.co.uk

You can download the Job Description, Person Specification and application form Application form to be returned by Friday 21st June to :

Alison Redshaw

Norwood Medical centre

99 Abbey Rd

Barrow in Furness

LA14 5ES

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