- This post is only open to internal applicants.
- Core Clinical Services
- NHS AfC: Band 8c
- Fixed term for 1 year
- 37.5 hours per week
- Southmead Hospital
- Band 88c
- 24/06/2018 23:59
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Core Clinical Services has an exciting opportunity for a Head of Professions / Deputy Divisional Manager. Core Clinical Services is a large, multi-specialty Division covering Imaging, Pathology, Pharmacy, Therapies, Clinical Equipment Services and Outpatients.
The post holder will be a professionally registered health care professional from a professional group working within the Core Clinical Services Division (excluding nursing and medical) and will lead the delivery of clinical initiatives on behalf of the Division and Trust (where appropriate).
In association with the Clinical Director, the post holder will be responsible for leading the governance, safety, quality and clinical effectiveness of the Core Clinical Services Division and for ensuring that effective governance arrangements are in place within each of the clinical specialties.
At a Trust level, the post holder will be responsible for representing the professional groups within Core Clinical Services, so personal and professional credibility and a record of achieving positive results through team working are key to the success of this newly created role.
Areas of responsibility and delivery include:
- Risk management.
- Management of complaints and patient experience.
- Strategy and transformation.
- Business planning and analysis.
- Financial performance.
- Identifying and maximising service opportunities.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
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- 0117 414 5961