• Part Time
  • London SW9
  • 92,700 - 113,300 £ / Year

NHS South East London Integrated Care Board

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  • £92,700 – £113,300 a year

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  • Part-time


London SW9

Full job description

Clinical and Care Professional Leads support south east London-wide and borough programmes of work, therefore, there is an expectation that you currently work within south east London, and for borough based roles, within that borough.

This post is designed to provide primary care clinical support and leadership for the ENT Acute Provider Collaborative (APC) clinical network. The postholder will work closely with the Network to drive this agenda (in particular, the secondary care clinical lead and programme lead) and the wider APC team.

Working closely with the network clinical lead, they will ensure that the primary care voice is heard and represented in the development, design and implementation of initiatives and new models of care linking with colleagues across the healthcare system to maintain input and engagement. They will also emphasise the inclusion of patient perspectives in the development of care models, ensuring that the patient voice is not only heard but is a guiding force in the transformation process.

They will have strong interpersonal and relationship management skills, and will be able to work effectively with clinical and managerial colleagues across the system

The postholder will support in the development and implementation of initiatives such as:

  • Expanding and developing advice and guidance and clinical triage
  • Development of clinical guidelines
  • Rolling out of patient-initiated follow-up
  • Supporting patients whilst they are waiting
  • Exploring opportunities for expanding and enhancing community provision
  • Ensuring that every outpatient appointment is value adding

It is not essential that you have experience of leadership at system level. We will be providing development support for all of those with the skills and appetite to step into leadership roles with SEL and are keen to ensure a more diverse range of clinical and care professionals able to participate in system leadership roles – better reflecting our ambitions around integration and the multidisciplinary nature of care, as well as the diversity of the communities we serve.

From the Catford Cat to the Brixton Windmill and Chislehurst Caves, South East London is a vibrant, fun, unique and richly diverse place to live, grow, learn and work.

The South East London Integrated Care System (SELICS) brings together the organisations responsible for health and care services in south east London, making the greatest possible contribution to the health and wellbeing of people living in our six boroughs.

SELICS is made up of staff working in many different roles, in different settings, employed in different ways, by a wide range of partner organisations, and are at the centre of our collective ambition for greater integration and better care. Employing organisations include NHS Trusts, GP practices, Social Care and Voluntary sector organisations, social enterprises, dental surgeries, pharmacies and optometrists. We have an ambitious People Strategy that brings these partners together to deliver the ‘one workforce’ ambition, making the health and care system a better place to work and live.

Please see the attached job description and person specification for full details of the duties and responsibilities of the role.

To apply for this job please visit www.selondonics.org.