Clinical Service Manager - Corby
Could you be the new Clinical Service Manager for Corby Urgent Care Centre?
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Urgent Care Clinical Leader to join our OnePrimarycare Team as the Clinical Services Manager for Corby Urgent Care Centre.
Corby Urgent Care Centre is unique in that it has ‘type 3’ A&E status meaning presentations are wide and varied and include patients that are admitted to the Observation Bay for intervention and treatments including intravenous therapies – it is therefore essential that the Clinical Service Manager has in-depth knowledge and clinical expertise in this area.
The ideal candidate will have extensive leadership experience; overseeing a large multi-disciplinary team that include Doctors, Nurses, Allied Health Professionals and unregulated staff.
Reporting into the Director of Urgent Care, the Clinical Services Manager plays a vital role in ensuring that the day-to-day operations of our patient services business runs smoothly. Utilising your in-depth Unscheduled Care and clinical knowledge, you will be able to translate legislative and operating developments into clinical service delivery designed to meet the needs of the service users and contractual requirements.
Your time will be split between clinical sessions, whereby you will lead by example effectively triaging and treating patients, and leadership and management sessions where you will provide clinical and operational guidance to your team. Working closely with the Service Delivery Leadership Team, you will monitor and manage the performance of the service including Key Performance Indicators, financial effectiveness, and quality schedules.
You will also responsible for clinical governance within the Centre supported by the Director of Urgent Care and will provide clinical leadership in order to ensure the safe, effective and compliant delivery of services to all patients. In addition to this, as Clinical Services Manager, you will ensure that effective methods are put into place in order for the service to operate efficiently, delivering high quality care to patients and clients.
As with all managers within the group, as Clinical Services Manager, you will be expected to harness a working environment which encourages team work, energy and creativity. Your strong leadership, excellent problem-solving skills along with good communication skills will enable you to achieve this.
We are not your usual healthcare provider. We believe we are unique as an organisation as we challenge traditional thinking, lead on the creation of innovative health and wellbeing services and offer long term solutions to sustainable primary care and new models of care.
Our purpose is improving lives. We do this as both a provider of health and wellbeing services and as an enabling partner working with others to support with the delivery of collaborative health services. This includes working with provider alliances, federations, confederations, local care partnerships and other health and wellbeing providers.
We have a vision for health care that is sustainable, high quality and offers excellent patient and staff experience. Our services are designed to reflect the needs of the population they serve, and promote lifestyle health and wellbeing.
As a health and wellbeing organisation, we believe that working together at scale and supporting our teams, helps lead to greater efficiencies, more effective sustainable working and a better experience of work for everyone.
We have developed an innovative care model that offers:
- Highly efficient and effective systems of working and managing work flow.
- Multi-specialty team based working, so you can focus on what you enjoy and excel in these areas.
- Community centred care partnership, patient navigation and social prescribing.
- A working day that gives you control and stability, ensuring safe levels of working in line with BMA recommendations.
- Innovative digital integration that offers improved patient experience and reduced workload.
- An ethos that drives quality improvement and an excellent experience for both patients and staff.
- Great local and regional clinical and operational support.
We encourage everyone to build connections with likeminded people, throughout the organisation and localities in which we work. We want our teams to enjoy the time they spend at work and will support them in achieving this .This may be through new ways of working, portfolio careers and flexible working arrangements.
We believe in supporting the development of talented individuals and in ‘growing our own’. As such we offer study bursaries along with opportunities for personal development and study leave for all staff. We offer apprenticeships and in house training and development through OneWorkforce.
- Excellent financial package
- Protected time for leadership and surgery development
- Support for professional development and clinical supervision
- NHS pension scheme
- Study leave and PDP bursary
- Competitive annual leave
- Continuing professional development time
- In-house mandatory training and professional development resource
- Opportunities for networking within a wider group of likeminded professionals
- Group wide engagement events.
- Regular social events and team bonding events.
- A chance to forge a career you love
If you would like to know more about the role, including salary and benefits package information, please contact our Recruitment Coordinator, Erica, for a confidential conversation at firstname.lastname@example.org.