- Hospital Redevelopment
- NHS AfC: Band 7
- Secondment: ongoing project
- Part time: 7.5 hours per week
- Hillingdon Hospital
- Dependant on experience
- 09/08/2020 23:59
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An exciting opportunity has become available for a senior nurse of AHP. The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is seeking expression of interests for a Nurse/AHP lead to join the clinical cabinet for the Outline Business Case (OBC). You will play a pivotal role, working within the Hillingdon Hospital Redevelopment Programme through the provision of sound, robust clinical advice as the trust seeks to develop the new hospital.
What is the Clinical Cabinet for the OBC?
The clinical cabinet has been a task and finish group for the Strategic Outline Case (SOC). A refreshed Clinical Cabinet will provide multi-disciplinary clinical input and oversight to the delivery of the Outline Business Case for the Redevelopment programme.
The Clinical Cabinet, supported by HealthCare Planners (HCP) will test the key assumptions from work completed to date on the clinical services strategy, estates strategy and other enabling strategies, ensuring production of a draft OBC for initial regulatory feedback receives the appropriate clinical input and oversight.
The successful candidate will:
- Support the achievement of the key deliverables as outlined in the terms of reference of the clinical cabinet.
- Support the chair in shaping and delivering the activities and agenda of the clinical cabinet as it progresses through the OBC phase.
- Provide the first line of challenge from a nurse/AHP perspective.
- Provide support for the lead nurse/AHP for each clinical working group
- Supporting the Clinical Strategy Lead by engaging with stakeholders such as patients, governors, trust staff
- Take a lead in Public and Patient Engagement activities identified by the Chair and Hospital Redevelopment Working Group.
In collaboration with the Clinical Strategy Lead and the clinical cabinet,
- Ensure that relevant statistics are accurately updated, highlighted and collated.
- Ensure that as a result of the hospital redevelopment programme, any clinical practice, procedures and standards of care are evidenced based and remain dynamic, ensuring quality service development to meet patients’ needs.
- Provide updates of service reports to the Clinical Strategy Lead as required.
- Contribute to service planning and budgetary processes through the use of audit, data and specialist knowledge
Essentially, you will be:
- Registered with the NMC or HCPC
- Have significant leadership experience undertaken through senior clinical roles.
- Have excellent interpersonal and team working skills
- Have excellent time management and organisational skills
- Be flexible as and when required
- Be assertive with an ability to negotiate
How to apply?
If you have what it takes to drive forward clinical change and would like to be part of the hospital redevelopment programme, please apply on-line, ONLY completing the personal information page, your current job role and the supporting information page. You will be required to demonstrate how you meet the points raised in the role specification above.
Interviews are being scheduled for Friday, 14 August 2020
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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Further details / informal visits contact
- Abbas Khakoo
- Job title
- Lead for Clinical Strategy
- Email address