Clinical Lead for Children & Young People 0-19 Service Band 8B Main area Nursing & Midwifery Grade Band 8B Contract Permanent: Tupe Hours Full time: 37.5 hours per week Job ref 393-NMUH-3713 Site North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust Town London Salary £57,990 - £66,823 pa inclusive Salary period Yearly Closing 23/09/2020 23:59 North Middlesex University Hospital is one of London’s busiest acute hospitals, serving more than 350,000 people living in Enfield and Haringey and the surrounding areas, including Barnet and Waltham Forest. Every day, on average, we see 500 patients in A&E; 15 babies are born in our maternity unit; about 450 inpatients are cared for on our wards; about 50 patients have major or minor surgery in one of our 10 operating theatres; and about 800 people attend our outpatients clinics. We provide a full range of adult, elderly and children's services across medical and surgical disciplines. Our specialist services include stroke, HIV/AIDS, cardiology (including heart failure care), haematology, diabetes, sleep studies, fertility and orthopaedics. Our sickle cell and thalassaemia department is nationally recognised as a leading centre for these diseases. At North Middlesex University Hospital, you’ll find a team that truly believes in living our values in everything we do. We are caring, we are fair and we are open. Do you want to be part of an innovative acute trust that are developing a new community division to fulfil their ambition of being more than a valued local hospital to being an anchor organisation in our community and a ‘good neighbour’ This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced clinical lead to support the development of the new Community Division for North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust. The post holder will be a key member of this new division, working with other clinical and operational leads to ensure service delivery and quality is built around the person, family and communities and addresses the inequalities in health identified across the borough. The post holder will be responsible for the strategic and clinical development of the 0-19 Children and Young People’s Services in ensuring that it delivers in accordance with national best practice and service standards. The post holder will work in collaboration with Divisional and corporate partners to provide assurance that robust systems of governance and performance are in place and that high quality client led services are being developed and delivered. The Trust is an Equal Opportunities Employer. We provide a smoke free work environment. Due to the nature of this post, a Disclosure & Barring Service search will be conducted on the successful applicant. PLEASE NOTE: Please note that all documentation supplied to the Trust during pre-employment screening will be verified for authenticity in accordance with NHS Employers and NHS Counter Fraud Authority guidance. We reserve the right to close the vacancy once we have received sufficient applications, so we advise you to submit your application as early as possible to avoid disappointment. Only those candidates who clearly demonstrate how they meet the person specification on their application will be shortlisted for this job. All applicants will be contacted via their NHS Jobs e-mail account to advise if the have been shortlisted for interview. Interview arrangements will be emailed to applicants NHS Jobs e-mail address and all applicants are advised to check their e-mail accounts regularly. 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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