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Beat- The UK’s Eating Disorder Charity are hiring x2 experienced Clinical Supervisors to provide clinical supervision to our team of support officers.
The purpose of the post is to ensure that Beat’s support officers are provided with high quality clinical supervision on a regular basis as they provide support and advice to people affected by eating disorders across our support programmes.
The postholder will report to Head of Safeguarding and Quality Assurance. They will have a highly collaborative working relationship with the Deputy Managers and Deputy Directors of Services. They will build effective working relationships with all colleagues within Beat, ensuring the Support Services team continue to provide programmes that contribute to the success of our strategy.
They will work closely with Beat’s Clinical Team to ensure that new and existing specialist services are supervised in line with up to date research and practice.
Structured programmes are delivered within the Support Services opening hours (Mon-Fri 9am-8.30pm, Sat and Sun 4pm-8.30pm) The ability to work flexibly is required. While most of the supervision/training will be provided during the day, there is the need to be flexible to ensure that all team members can access clinical supervision within these hours.
Clinical supervision, that incorporates aspects of case management, of our team of Support Officers, providing high quality specialist advice and support to them on a regular basis.
Carry out quality and ethical supervision in line with Beat’s supervision policy.
Adhere to your professional code of conduct and maintain continuing professional development to ensure you remain fit for practice
Assist the Head of Safeguarding and Quality Assurance and clinical team with development of new and existing support services in line with safeguarding policies, statutory requirements, and evidence-based practice
Deliver training to staff and volunteers, including ensuring that the team are up to date with changes in statutory requirements
Ensure any safeguarding concerns raised within clinical supervision are documented and shared with the supervisor and service managers who will monitor and review cases
Identify own personal learning and development needs and seek opportunities to address them.
Other responsibilities relevant to the purpose of the role as required by the line manager.
These responsibilities are subject to review and may be varied in emphasis depending on operational requirements.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
What is the Parent-Infant Foundation?
We are a national charity that works to ensure the healthy social and emotional development of every baby, through focusing on the relationship between parents and their babies from pregnancy and into the first years of life.
Our mission is to support the growth, quality and sustainability of specialised parent-infant relationship teams and to contribute to the evidence base supporting them. We also campaign for infant mental health and its importance in the health of our nation, to local and national governments. We care about infant mental health because babies cannot wait.
This is an exciting time to join the Parent-Infant Foundation; we are seeing increased investment in and development of parent-infant teams across the UK and this role provides the opportunity to play an influential role in that momentum.
We are keen to attract applicants from all ages, cultures, ethnicities, sexualities, religions and genders. We are very parent-friendly, as you would expect.
As Head of Clinical Strategy and Development, you will use your leadership skills, clinical experience and service development expertise to lead our development and implementation work. This includes leadership of our comprehensive support offer to parent-infant relationship team commissioners, service developers and practitioners. You will ensure we are providing detailed and expert consultancy on all aspects of service development such as business cases, service design, care pathway development, recruitment, intervention selection and measuring outcomes. We do not deliver, manage or inspect clinical services but we do provide comprehensive development and implementation support to them. We have a small development team which you will lead and manage in order to achieve our strategic goals.
You will oversee our UK-wide programme of virtual and face to face learning events, ensuring they are high quality and impactful. The role also requires regular dissemination of contemporary research and clinical literature and learning. You will provide clinical leadership to all aspects of the Parent Infant Foundation, including working closely with Policy and Communications colleagues to create compelling evidence-based reports and presentations. You will collaborate on press, media and publication activities, and contribute to fundraising applications and income generation activities.
Who we’re looking for
We are looking for an enthusiastic and highly experienced clinician with leadership experience and clinical supervision skills. You will have extensive experience of working clinically with very young children and their carers. We are looking for someone with exceptional relationship skills and extensive multi-disciplinary team working. This role requires you to build strong relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, including senior managers, funders, commissioners, research and evaluation partners, and national policy makers. You will also need an understanding of infant mental health competencies and workforce training requirements.
You will need to be credible at a senior level with a track record of successful influencing. This role requires an understanding of research and evaluation work as it relates to parent-infant relationship teams and interventions. We need someone who can lead and provide service development and quality improvement consultation, manage and deliver internal and external projects, and write clear, concise and compelling reports.
We are looking for a self-starter who is comfortable working from home but who prioritises team-working and relationship building to progress our strategic aims.
The role is for 3 days per week (22.5 hours). Core days are Tues & either Weds or Thurs. The rest of the hours can be worked flexibly across the week but must be worked between 9am and 5pm.
Please see the job description for further details.
Interviews are scheduled to take place via Zoom on Wed 29th or Thurs 30th June 2022.
To apply for this role, please submit a CV and cover letter outlining how you meet the essential criteria listed.
Community Crisis Supporter/Counsellor
Bury Involvement Group (BIG) is a mental health charity led by people with personal experience of mental and emotional distress. In April 2021 we launched a new community-based crisis service for adults in the area, the 'Bury Peer Led Crisis Service', which provides a high quality, person centred service in a non-clinical environment within the community to people experiencing mental health crisis. The service forms part of a partnership between us, and Pennine Care Foundation Trust services, to provide a responsive crisis service to individuals in distress within the area.
We are looking for a compassioante worker to join our team as a Community Crisis Supporter/Counsellor. Within the role you will interact, communicate and build relationships with adults experiencing crisis. You will work alongside the Service Lead and the rest of the crisis team at BIG to provide crisis support within the service during the evening. You will adopt a collaborative approach to working with visitors, keeping the emphasis on their strengths and positive qualities, whilst supporting them to recognise and develop their own strategies for crisis prevention and management. You will support the Service Lead with the coordination of visitor referrals and handovers, whilst supporting the wider team with the evaluation, monitoring, and development of the service.
We are only looking for applicants who have personal experience of mental and emotional distress for this role as it is a peer led service.
We are looking for a reflective individual with a demonstrable ability to build positive therapeutic relationships with adults experiencing mental health crisis. You will need to be able to communicate with visitors clearly and effectively using non-clinical language. You will need to have proven experience supporting adults with mental health conditions using recovery orientated approaches. You will need to be able to work effectively as part of a team, while being highly organised and able to plan and prioritise your work.
Our team is friendly, supportive, and committed to our mission of empowering adults with mental health conditions towards recovery and improved quality of life. You will be integral to the continued development of a well-respected local mental health charity that makes a real difference to people’s lives.
30 hours a week
12 month fixed term contract, with the option of this being extended subject to funding.
£22,620.00 (28,275.00 FTE)
Annual Leave entitlement of 24 days (plus 3 bank Holidays) pro rata
Regular training and development opportunities as part of the role
Flexible working scheme
Regular Clinical Supervision
Access to an employee wellbeing budget
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you ready for an exciting new challenge?
Grief Encounter, founded in 2003, is a child bereavement charity that provides information, advice and clinical support to bereaved children, young people and their families. We are dedicated to helping bereaved youngsters deal with the loss of a parent or sibling and seek to raise public understanding of the emotional distress young people experience following the loss of a loved one.
We are currently looking to appoint a talented Deputy Director for our Clinical Services. Working closely with the Clinical Services Director, you will provide oversight, management and development of the Grief Encounter Family services, including the Helpline, Family Programme, the Training offer and Resources. As a member of the Clinical Senior Management Team, this new role will assist in the development of the clinical strategy and growth programme, ensuring effective and high quality delivery. You will also lead on developing strong external links for partnership and engagement between Grief Encounter, children and families, as well as a range of relevant partners such as schools and other organisations.
You will need to hold relevant professional qualifications in counselling, social work, nursing or teaching, as well as experience of working with or counselling young people and have an in-depth knowledge of safeguarding and relevant regulations. You will also be a talented manager, non-judgemental, tenacious and able to prioritise a varied and busy workload.
If this sounds like you, please read the further information provided and submit your CV plus a short cover letter telling us why this is the role for you.
To apply, please submit a copy of your CV, plus a short cover letter telling us why this is the role for you.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We have a fantastic development opportunity to join one of our five Children’s Homes in London.
We are looking for candidates with the aspiration to develop their careers with us and become Registered Managers through our Leadership Passport and Management Training offer.
Starting salary of £31,552 as Deputy Manager, and up to £41,208 as Registered Manager.
We are proud that 80% of our Registered Managers are internal promotions. Take your career to next level with our comprehensive in-house training and funded Level 5 qualifications.
St Christopher's is an established children’s charity that has provided care and support for vulnerable children and young people for 150 years. Our focus and commitment is all about our children and young people. We provide fostering, children's homes and a range of innovative housing and support services across London, Essex, West Midlands and the Isle of Man.
We really care about children and young people, placing them at the centre of everything we do. We ask children and young people what they think and involve them in decision making, from helping to shape new services to interviewing new members of staff. Our social pedagogic approach is our core philosophy of care. Put simply this is a holistic approach for building positive relationships with children and young people to bring out their inner “diamond”.
We are an equal opportunity employer and keen to develop an inclusive workforce were people feel they belong. We hope to attract application from under- represented groups including people from different cultures, nationalities, socio economic backgrounds, ages, disabilities, religion, faith, sex, orientation, child care responsibilities and with gender diverse identities.
St Christopher’s Academy
When you join St Christopher’s, we will set you up in your career with a tailored development plan. Whether you want to move across to a different service, become a Manager or just explore further your current role, we will support you to map out your career trajectory and help you achieve your professional ambitions. If you want to learn more about St Christopher’s Academy, please click visit our website.
The successful candidate will have:
- Two years’ recent experience of working with children/young people who are at risk in a residential or community based setting.
- Degree in Social Work or equivalent or at least Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Residential Childcare or equivalent.
- Ability to develop appropriate one-to-one relationships with young people and employ mentoring skills that empower young people to achieve their goals
- Numeracy skills to manage budgets efficiently and contribute to the budgetary process.
- An understanding of the regulatory framework relevant to the provision of residential services for children and young people.
- Awareness of issues facing young people such as bullying, gangs and exploitation and how these impact on behaviour
- Ability to work shifts including weekends and bank holidays and undertake sleep-ins.
- Ability and willingness to be part of an on call rota overseeing multiple Homes.
About the Role
As Deputy Manager, you will lead and support a professional team of staff committed to transforming young lives and creating positive outcomes. You will be supported by a Registered Manager, Deputy Manager, Team Leaders, and the team of residential staff.
Key aspect of the role:
- To assist the manager in safeguarding and ensuring every child and young person receives high quality care as measured by Ofsted in the social care common inspection framework.
- To assist the manager in the management of the home, including the staff, external relationships, the budget, the resources and fabric of the building.
In return we offer:
- Starting Salary of £31,552
- Real opportunities to develop your career and become a Registered Manager.
- A friendly working environment, a fun, open and honest culture.
- 25 days holiday rising to 27 days after 3 years’ service, plus Bank Holidays, pro-rata.
- Industry Leading training programme including access to level 3 qualifications, children’s right and participation, CSE, empowerment, mental health and Social Pedagogy,
- Contributory pension scheme, Enhanced Maternity and Company Sick Scheme.
- BUPA Employee Assistance Programme, offering counselling, financial advice and legal support.
- Interest-free season ticket loan, cycle to work scheme.
- Discount shopping scheme at hundreds of retailers across the UK.
- Discretionary Funded Training Programs.
- Employee Awards based on performance and length of service.
At St Christopher’s we are committed to the safeguarding of all children and young people in our care. During the recruitment process you will be expected to complete an online application form to ensure we capture essential information to meet legislation, best practice and vetting requirements.
Applicants will ideally already be on the DBS Update Service; if this is not the case St Christopher's will carry out a DBS (police) check prior to starting.
For further information and to apply online, please visit our website.
Closing date: 29th May 2022
Assessment dates: 6th & 10th June 2022
Our Assessment days will last for approx. 6 hours and they will be held in our Offices in Putney. Should you be shortlisted and invited, please ensure you are available to attend.
Small Steps Together – March
This is a permanent full-time position (with agile working), 35 hours per week
Salary scale is grade 8, between £29,036 – £31,743 per annum
Based in Queen’s Street, March, with local travel
A managerial post to provide leadership and high-quality specialist assessments and therapy interventions for children under the age of 2 years and their families who are referred to the Small Steps Together Service. The post holder will provide professional leadership and promote the service through a variety of contacts across clinical pathways and will work with key stakeholders. The post holder will also have line management responsibilities for all staff within the Small Steps Together service.
In return, we can offer a friendly and supportive team who live our values of compassion, collaboration and effectiveness. A generous benefits scheme and agile working culture awaits new employees.
Closing date for applications: 12noon, Monday 6th June 2022
Ormiston Families reserves the right to close the vacancy early if we have received sufficient applications ahead of the closing date.
Safeguarding and DBS requirements for your role:
Ormiston Families is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DBS checks or police vetting will be required for relevant posts.
We are an equal opportunities employer; we value diversity and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
Established in 1984, Women’s Health and Information Support Centre (WHISC) is charity with a mission to empower women in the Liverpool City Region with knowledge and person-centred support to become the best version of themselves.
Everything we do at WHISC is about helping women to thrive, through a range of one-to-one and group services aimed at empowering and supporting women. As well as delivering outreach across the city, many of WHISC’s services are delivered from our busy, central community resource centre. We offer a safe, welcoming and inclusive space where women can seek support, learn new skills and find the information they need to help them to get back on their feet.
About the role
We are looking for a dedicated Service Manager to join WHISC, to lead and develop the range of services on offer to increase our reach and impact on the women of Liverpool City Region. The Services Manager will oversee operational management of WHISC services, including the volunteer programme. With a focus on delivering high quality services, where women’s needs are central, the Services Manager will work closely with the Chief Executive Officer to identify opportunities for service development and improvement.
Holding responsibility for the Volunteer Programme, the Service Manager will identify opportunities where volunteers can support and enhance our services; ensuring they have the training, development and support to make a positive impact.
The Services Manager will provide leadership to the team on issues relating to safeguarding and risk; utilising their specialist skills and experience to ensure women are supported safely and effectively in partnership with other agencies.
You will have knowledge and a good understanding of many of the issues that can affect women’s lives, as well as the impact of these on women’s health and wellbeing. With substantial experience of working with women, particularly those who are experiencing mental health and wellbeing difficulties, you will have a passion for delivering services which are led by women and based on individual need.
You will lead with compassion and a dedication to delivering safe, high quality services that are inclusive of women from all walks of life.
For further information and questions to be sent to Karen Downing, Manager
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
THE CLAUDIA JONES ORGANISATION
Women & Families VAWG Specialist Service Manager (Female applicants only)
The Claudia Jones Organisation has provided support for women and families in Hackney and surrounding boroughs since 1982. We are now seeking a Service Manager to build on our established by and for specialist violence against women and girls’ service.
CJO’s Women and Families VAWG specialist service aims to provide a cohesive support for vulnerable women and families of Caribbean/African heritage experiencing violence and present with complex layering of issues. The service works alongside the counselling and therapeutic services of the charity to increase wellbeing and safety. Together, our services provide social and learning opportunities for women and families whilst meeting their immediate needs.
This role is for someone with demonstrable experience of delivering and managing women and families VAWG services for African heritage women including team and case management reviews, advocacy and understanding of the legal system and how it relates to survivors and their families.
All jobs are dependent on an Enhanced DBS and 2 References. Due to the nature of work and focus of the Claudia Jones Organisation the candidate’s race and gender is an occupational requirement in accordance with Paragraph 1, Schedule 9, of the Equality Act 2010.
Job Descriptions and application form available at: harityjob.CLOSING DATE: Monday, 23rd May 2022 5PM. We recommend that you apply at your earliest convenience. We screen applications as they are received as well as interview and appoint suitable candidates on this basis regardless of the closing date.
Key Objectives Within the Overall Purpose of the Post:
1. The management of CJOs VAWG women and family’s specialist service ensuring it meets the needs of African Heritage women and families, is contract compliant with the service specification and the charity’s policies and procedures.
2. To lead, develop, plan, negotiate and effectively manage the service, its finances, related to delivery including staffing in line with the grant and annual budget.
3. Lead on and participate in national, local discussions, consultation, research, data gathering, needs assessment, collaboration, networks, to sustain and grow the women and family specialist service and any other activity relevant to deliver the service.
4. Represent the service and organisation at both internal and external meetings and within multi-agency partnerships as required.
5. Lead on and facilitate activities, which supports the voices of service user and their data, to inform legislation, policy, and practice, identifying synergies across the organisation’s work as well as opportunities to produce and share learning.
6. Facilitate a range of training for; professionals, service users, staff, volunteers, external audience to improve practice and service delivery.
7. Communications - directly produce, facilitate publicity and marketing material for the service, appropriately using social media e-leaflets, paper booklets etc to increase knowledge, awareness, skills, and the impact of VAWG on the lives of women and families.
8. Ensure written language is to good quality standard including emails and all other record keeping and documentation required of CJOs work.
9. Ensure that the service is delivered within safeguarding requirements and in line with organisational, local, and legal procedures.
10. Monitoring & Evaluation
• Contribute towards and/or write comprehensive reports that may include data, narratives, and case studies to meet a need as required by funders, commissioners, CJO and others.
• Oversee the management of the Oasis database undertaking quarterly audits and monthly monitoring of data collection for performance management of the service.
• Dip sample and audit case files as held on Oasis, ensuring staff are recording information and delivering services in line with Imkaan and other quality standards.
• Oversee the consistent use of the ‘Safe Lives’ risk assessment tool, alongside other developed risk mitigation templates.
• Ensure staff appropriately represent women and advocate on their behalf when dealing with outside agencies such as the Housing department, Police, DSS, Solicitors, Social Services, Health Professionals, and all other relevant agencies.
• Document monitoring data and ensure that it is provided in the agreed and acceptable formats for monitoring the VAWG women and Families Specialist Service activity using standard templates.
11. Management of Service Finances
• Work closely with the finance team and within the financial regulations and policies of the organisation.
• Oversee the income and expenditure of the service in line with all policies and procedures of the organisation and as per any additional contractual policies and procedures relevant to CJOs funded work.
• Ensure that small grants woman receive are appropriate working closely with finance, social work students and support worker(s) or volunteer.
• Take full ownership of strategic fundraising for the service, identifying funding sources and making direct applications, write proposals for additional wrap around support, where work is not commissioned, and it will help increase quality in service provision and or the infrastructure.
• Ensure the service is delivered within CJOs Community based approach to Wellbeing and that a therapeutic approach is embedded in your practice.
• Attend regular clinical supervision
• Ensure that your staff team attend regular clinical supervision.
• Lead and manage the Thinking Space service, facilitator and bi-weekly debriefs and contractors working synergistically with CJOs Clinical Lead.
• Along with your team, to always work in the best interest of CJO and to avoid any action that may bring CJO and or its activities into disrepute.
• To undertake any other duty commensurate with the position of Service Lead and as required by your line manager.
• To engage in one’s own performance management through training and development as required.
• As a member of the senior management team work to promote CJO’s purpose, values, and our influence through evidence-based solutions to improving the lives of vulnerable women and their family experiencing VAWG/trauma and to act-up/step in the absence of members of the senior management team or staff.
• Regularly supervise, appraise, and support the development of staff and volunteers addressing challenges and implement necessary support measures to improve performance with staff, external contractors, and agencies.
• Participate in regular supervision, induction, training, and team meetings.
• Develop appropriate partnerships, collaborations, and communications to enable our family support and gender-based violence services to be seen as a leader in its field.
• To be the lead registered officer for CJSM, Safeguarding Lead for the Service and Deputy for the Charity.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Lead Nurse for Neonatal Palliative Care Project aims to improve neonatal palliative care to ensure that babies and their families receive the best possible care at the most challenging time of their lives.
An emerging specialism, neonatal palliative care emphasises the comfort of the baby and quality of life for the family, however long their time together may be. It improves the experience and outcomes for families during a time of crisis, specifically when their baby is not expected to survive, or when a baby has multiple complex health needs with an uncertain future.
The project is jointly funded by The True Colours Trust, CW+ and Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust. The project is led by Alex Mancini, the country’s first National Lead Nurse in Neonatal Palliative Care.
The project provides neonatal staff working in hospitals and hospices with the training and knowledge to identify babies who need palliative care, and to provide the best possible palliative care to those babies and their families.
Phase 1 of the project began in London in 2015 and following a successful pilot, Phase 2 began in 2021. Phase 2 has branched out of London and is now running in three regional neonatal Operational Delivery Networks (ODNs). The project is continuously evaluated to learn lessons about what works and to assess impact. Subject to the evaluation and success of Phase 2 and to securing further funding, the ambition is to launch Phase 3 in January 2024.
We are looking for an experienced Project Manager to work alongside the Lead Nurse to ensure the smooth implementation of Phase 2, and to assist with plans for a potential Phase 3 which will see the project roll out across the UK. This is an initial fixed-term two-year post, with the potential to extend for a further five years, should funding be secured for Phase 3.
The post holder will work alongside the National Lead Nurse for Neonatal Palliative Care in all aspects of the delivery of the Neonatal Palliative Care Project with a particular focus on implementation, training uptake, logistics, targets, and timelines for Phase 2.
This will include maintaining, reviewing, and streamlining processes, IT systems and communications for online training; coordination with the Independent Evaluator on the project evaluation and reporting; and regular team meetings, and reporting to the three project funders. The post holder will also play a key role in designing and planning Phase 3.
It is a varied and rewarding role with a mix of day-to-day project management and future planning. The post holder will need to be highly organised, have excellent IT skills and be equally comfortable taking on both demanding and routine tasks, bringing the same high quality to all areas of the role.
AIM OF THE ROLE
The post holder will be responsible for the project management and smooth delivery of the Neonatal Palliative Care Project. They will work with the Lead Nurse to ensure that the project is delivered on time, to budget and to target, and that its progress and evaluation is reported to the project team and funders.
KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS
Internal stakeholders, including National Lead Nurse for Neonatal Palliative Care, Independent Evaluator, Director of Major Projects at CW+, Head of Development at CW+, Trust Executive and Trust Advisor at The True Colours Trust, Deputy Chief Nurse at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Finance team at CW+, Communications team at CW+.
External stakeholders, including regional hospitals and hospices, neonatal and palliative care community, and national organisations.
MAIN RESULTS AREAS
- Smooth, effective, and efficient delivery of the project, on time and to budget
- Ensure project is properly planned, resourced, supported and managed by working with appropriate internal stakeholders and support teams
- Effective contacts management to facilitate the scheduling of training and other events, and stakeholder communications.
- Build strong working relationships with project team and internal/external stakeholders
- Timely, accurate and thorough project reporting
- Support the creation and delivery of an effective communication strategy for the work
- Ensure effective systems (IT, contacts management, reporting etc) are in place to support future roll out across the UK
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
Programme and Project Management, including and not exclusively
- Supporting the logistics for the delivery of weekly training sessions including reviewing current systems and streamlining, where appropriate
- Managing communications with training attendees
- Managing the personal data of all attendees and participating hospitals and hospices across the regions
- Coordinating with Independent Evaluator to continually monitor and evaluate the project
- Managing the branding and communications for the project, based on agreed parameters
- Working with CW+ Communications Team to manage press enquiries for the project, ensuring the Lead Nurse remains the focal point
- Managing the project budget and financial reporting
- Producing 6-month reports on project progress for submission to funders and trustees
- Supporting the Lead Nurse in managing relationships with key external stakeholders across the neonatal palliative care community, and participating hospitals, clinics and hospices across regions
- Working with project team and funders to plan the long-term strategy and delivery of the next phase of the project
- Assisting the Lead Nurse in organising events as required, virtual or in person, including training sessions, stakeholder meetings and conferences
- Understand the sensitivities of working with long-established and knowledgeable groups of stakeholders
- Build strong relationships with clinical and general management professionals through effective communication and engagement
- Keep up to date with best practice, new breakthroughs, research, policy, reports and media in neonatal palliative care
- Understand the clinical landscape for neonatal palliative care and its history and challenges
- Share key research, policy, new and other relevant developments with the project team
Post: Neonatal Palliative Care Project Manager Department: CW Innovation
- Evidence of ongoing professional development.
- Qualification in a recognised project management discipline such as PRINCE2
- Experience of applying structured approaches to project management
- Managing a project across multiple organisations
- Budget management
- Reporting to senior stakeholders
- Contacts management
- Events organisation
- Experience of working within the NHS
- Experience of working within a charity
- Working in a remote team
Skills and Abilities
- Excellent organisational and coordination skills.
- IT skills including Zoom conferencing, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint.
- Excellent attention to detail.
- Excellent interpersonal and influencing skills.
- Highly numerate with well-developed analytical skills and the ability to assimilate data and information to identify key issues.
- Excellent communication skills with the ability to produce clear and concisely written papers and presentations.
- Ability to work autonomously and independently and drive projects proactively.
- Able to deliver at pace and meet tight deadlines.
- Able to demonstrate tact and diplomacy when working with others
- Delivering verbal reports and project scopes to external audiences
- Communicate across a number of clinical, operational and corporate areas to achieve desired results
- Ability to communicate, influence and manage upwards
- Understanding of project process and practice
- Understanding of clinical services or the healthcare sector
- Understanding the complexities of neonatal palliative care
- Highly motivated self-starter.
- Flexible and innovative approach to problem solving.
- Strong team player with the ability to enthuse and influence others.
- Sensitive to the emotional issues of neonatal palliative care and able to display a tactful and appropriate demeanour.
- Willingness to travel between sites as required.
- Committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace.
- An excellent eye for detail.
- Equally comfortable taking on both demanding and routine tasks, bringing the same high quality to all areas of the role.
About the funders
CW+ is the official charity of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, we provide care to a community of over one million people with two hospital sites and a cluster of satellite clinics across London and the home counties. We are consistently one of the top ranked hospital trusts in the UK, and with accreditation as a Global Digital Exemplar we are an emerging leader in healthcare innovation.
We continually strive to deliver exceptional patient care and experience in a world-class clinical environment – and we believe we have the people, partners, infrastructure, and proven track-record to rethink, reimagine and reshape patient care in an evolving NHS.
The True Colours Trust is an independent funder working in the UK and Africa. Its work is focussed on:
- Improving access to palliative care for babies, children and young people in the UK
- Enabling disabled children and young people to live their lives to the full
- Improving access to pain relief and palliative care in Africa.
True Colours’ approach recognises the importance of:
- Long-term commitments
- Listening to those with lived experience
- Partnerships, feedback and real collaboration.
True Colours has been working on these issues since 2002. The Trust is working towards a time when everyone, wherever they live and whatever their age, is able to access good palliative care and disabled children and young people are able to live their lives to the full.
Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provides care to a community of over one million people. The Trust is consistently one of the top ranked and top performing hospital trusts in the UK, with two hospital sites (Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and West Middlesex University Hospital) and multiple satellite clinics operating across London and the home counties.
The Trust is one of the largest A&E providers in the UK, treating over 325,000 patients each year. It is also one of the largest providers of women and children’s care in the country, delivering on average a baby every 45 minutes. In addition to these core services, the Trust is home to many specialist programmes including a world-renowned Burns Service, which is the leading service for London and much of the South East, and the biggest HIV and sexual health programme in Europe, which has been at the forefront of the worldwide fight against HIV and AIDS for the past 30 years.
The Trust aims to deliver exceptional patient care and an outstanding patient experience in a world-class clinical environment. To support this ambition, CW+, the Trust’s charity, generates investment and facilitates partnerships to support our hospitals and clinics in their efforts to save and improve the lives of people in our local community and beyond.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The primary focus of this role is to develop and manage the Society’s information for their lay and scientific audiences. You will be responsible for achieving and maintaining their information accreditation and overseeing key aspects of their research activities. Although this role requires some experience they’re more focussed on your aptitude, potential and values than your qualifications and they offer a supportive, flexible, inclusive workplace where you’ll be supported to be the very best you can be.
The Encephalitis Society (www.encephalitis.info) is based in the gorgeous market town of Malton, twixt York and Scarborough. Our offices are a 2-minute walk from the railway station which makes commuting a breeze. Currently we are all working from home, but plan to work under a hybrid arrangement post-pandemic where we split our time between home and office base.
KEY OBJECTIVES AND SPECIFIC AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
• Develop and maintain our information resources such as guides and factsheets utilising research and our scientific panel.
• Achieve and maintain our information accreditation.
• Maintain and update information and research sections of the website.
• Manage research requests (research currently recruiting).
• Analyse and understand the impact of information resources.
• Produce illness-related articles for members Newsletter.
• Turn complex clinical information into clear and concise copy for our communication channels, ensuring information is culturally relevant and accessible.
• Keep up-to-date with developments around patient information resources, including accessibility.
Scientific Information Resources
• Create two Professional Newsletters annually.
• Support and produce monthly Professional Member mailouts.
• Produce the annual Research Summary.
• Create lay articles of scientific information for staff and membership.
Scientific Advisory Panel
• Support and service the Scientific Panel.
• Create opportunities with the panel for training with the staff and volunteers.
Encephalitis Conference and Research Exchange
• Assist with event administration.
• Oversee the administration of conference bursaries and prizes.
• Oversee administration for our research funding including our PhD’s, Seed Funding.
The EncephalitisSociety offers a range of benefits:
- Flexi-time and flexible working requests
- Car Park
- Pension Scheme
- Free Will Writing Scheme
- Enhanced Pay
- Health Plan and Wellbeing Support
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Mental Health Service Manager
£32,383 per annum
Forward Thinking Birmingham / Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust (BSMHFT)
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Our client has an exciting opportunity to be part of the largest independent mental health charity in Birmingham.
They’re looking for a Service Manager that is passionate about mental health to lead and manage a number of teams integrated with their NHS statutory partners, Forward Thinking Birmingham (FTB) and Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust (BSMHFT). You will provide support and guidance to both staff and peer mentors within the following services to help achieve successful inpatient discharge pathways, admission avoidance and social recovery interventions:
- Social Recovery Navigator service – BSMHFT
- Hospital Discharge and Social Recovery Service (FTB)
You will ensure interventions provided by these services are designed to support patients of statutory services to maintain community links and support the on-going development of these services. As a hands-on leader, you will ensure that individuals are able to complete their duties and provide exceptional care and encourage growth and development within their roles. You will listen to feedback that could highlight areas for improvement and put any measures in place to increase positive outcomes. Organised and meticulous, you will coordinate staff rotas and deployment to ensure resources are maintained and ensure that all legal requirements and regulations are adhered to at all times. You will play an active role in attending clinical reviews with partner organisations to ensure our service continues to support those in need.
With proven managerial and leadership experience, you will have knowledge of mental health, wellbeing, and recovery. An excellent communicator, you will be accustomed to liaising with both internal and external stakeholders and will have experience of working within the Health and Social Care sector. With knowledge of and commitment to the “Recovery” model of mental health support, you will be committed to promoting equality and diversity in all aspects of service delivery. You’ll be adept at managing challenges and working under pressure whilst working to deadlines. We are looking for an individual who can demonstrate empathy and understanding to those we support and ensure that the relevant staff members share your desire to provide the best possible care.
Benefits include an attractive defined contribution pension scheme, Paycare which offers employees affordable cover for a range of healthcare treatments, an Employee Assistance Programme which includes free counselling and a comprehensive training programme.
Their people are key to the success of the organisation and we are recognised as both a Mindful Employer as well as achieving Gold standard success in Investors in People. They welcome applications from people who have experienced mental health difficulties.
The closing date for applications is Wednesday 25th May 2022
Interviews will take place on Monday 6th June 2022
The Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust (RUH) provides acute and specialist care for over half a million people in the local area. The Trust is now recruiting to this high profile post which is integral to the success of the organisation. The post holder is expected to work at a high level in the organisation demonstrating credibility with the Trust Directors, Senior Management Team and Clinicians, and at a senior level with external bodies, including Commissioners, NHS England/Improvement and our ICS partners.
The key responsibilities will be:
- To be accountable for the provision of a high quality financial management, governance and advisory service to the Board of Directors, Executive Directors, budget holders, senior managers and clinical leaders within the Trust.
- To be responsible for overseeing the preparation of robust forecasts to be agreed with the Deputy Director of Finance. Including developing the operational and strategic final plans and the identification of risks and mitigating actions within such plans.
- Ensure the production of the Trust’s Annual plan to meet internal requirements and the external reporting requirements of NHS Improvement.
- To lead the production of annual budgets for the organisation through the budget setting process and the financial elements of the Annual Business Plan.
- Monitor the Trust’s financial position.
- Responsible for reviewing and challenging the financial value of cost efficiency plans and monthly forecasts with Finance teams and other relevant parties.
- CCAB fully qualified accountant with minimum 5 years post qualification experience in financial management within a large organisation and a member of a professional body.
- Minimum of Five years’ post qualification experience in the NHS or similar complex organisation.
- Experience of staff management and development.
- Expert knowledge of financial and accounting procedures and legislation.
- Able to demonstrate strong influencing and negotiation skills- must be able to present credible and compelling arguments to Board members, senior management, peers, finance staff and commissioners, and to develop effective relationships with them.
This role will be based at the Trust's main site in Coombe Park, Bath, with consideration given to flexible working and a hybrid arrangement.
For further details or an informal conversation please contact our retained consultant Katie Moore at Robertson Bell via email.
To apply please send a CV and covering letter.
Closing date: 29 May 2022
Interview date: 13 June 2022
Applications will be under constant review before the closing date so please submit your application to our retained search agent Katie Moore at Robertson Bell. Apply now to be considered!
Personal Assistant / PA to Deputy CEO
£32,200 - £34,300 per annum
London - Hybrid Working - Remote / Home Working
Permanent, Full Time
Our client has a new and exciting opportunity available in their busy Clinical Quality & Research directorate. They are looking for an experienced and proactive Business Coordinator / Executive Assistant to join them to provide comprehensive and day-to-day administrative support and assistance to the Deputy Chief Executive / Director of Clinical Quality and Research and the wider directorate.
In order for them to achieve their strategic objectives, including ensuring high quality research and evidence-based, safety and care standards for patients, you will provide proactive administrative support to cross-team projects as identified by the Director and Associate Director.
Administration tasks will include, but are not limited to, managing the Director’s diary, meetings and email inbox. You will arrange travel and accommodation, manage all correspondence for the Director; provide secretarial support and process expenses.
Serving as Secretary for assigned boards and other committees, you will be required to draft and deliver agendas, organise catering and room bookings, draft minutes and meeting summaries, and initiate follow up actions.
You will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the College’s consultation and survey process and College representation on external committees. You’ll also provide some administrative support to their growing patient and public involvement function.
The role is outward-facing, involving liaison with clinicians and working closely with council members.
The role holder will be joining a friendly team who deliver to the highest standards through their conscientious approach to work and therefore the successful candidate will need to be a highly motivated, enthusiastic, flexible team player and willing to pick up routine and emerging tasks to support the wider work of the directorate.
The successful candidate will have:
Proven experience as an Executive Assistant and/or Personal Assistant at a senior level, preferably in a Royal College or Healthcare organisation
Proven track record of effective project and/or programme management and understanding of project management principles
Experience of committee servicing at board level
An understanding and commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion
Experience of managing a varied and extensive workload, juggling multiple tasks and prioritising under pressure
Excellent communication skills, including verbal, written and presentation
Excellent time management and the ability to manage the time of others and work to deadlines
Good analytical skills
Knowledge of GDPR and an understanding of confidentiality
Ability to work effectively, independently and with minimal supervision
Experience of successfully managing senior stakeholders/relationships across multiple levels
Intermediate level MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, SharePoint) skills; familiarity with CRM databases
Please see the full Job Description for a full list of duties and responsibilities.
Our client’s diversity, equality and inclusion is an integral part of their culture so it is important to them that this is reflected in everything that they do. They welcome applications from all individuals irrespective of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion or belief, disability, marital status or parental responsibilities to ensure they actively embrace an inclusive and representative culture that encourages, supports and celebrates their differences.
Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications, they are unable to provide detailed feedback to candidates on their application. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted after the closing date
Our client is the professional body responsible for the specialty of anaesthesia throughout the UK. They are the third largest medical royal college in the UK by membership. With a combined membership of more than 24,000 Fellows and Members, they ensure the quality of patient care by safeguarding standards in the three specialties of anaesthesia, intensive care and pain medicine.
The Headway Approved Provider scheme is an accreditation service for units and homes specialising in brain injury care, including rehabilitation or residential units, or transitional or supported living units.
The ultimate aim of the project is to improve standards at all brain injury units while providing survivors and their families with reassurance and assistance in finding suitable, high-quality units.
We’re looking for a brain injury professional with the passion and vision to further develop this important project. Whether you are an OT, SLT, or clinical psychologist, or you work in nursing or social work and have experience in the field of brain injury, we’d love to hear from you.
Managing a small team of assessors, the successful candidate will be expected to promote good practice with the adoption of quality standards, thus improving performance and standards of care.
Now in its 12th year and with over 60 units currently enlisted throughout England, Scotland and Wales, this is an exciting opportunity for the right person to build and expand the AP scheme.
The role is home based with regular travel. The post holder must be a car driver with access to a vehicle.
- Hours: Part-time (21 hours per week)
- Salary: £38,000 pro rata
- Location: Home working or office based (Nottingham) if preferred
- Closing date for applications: 3 June 2022
- Interviews: w/c 6 June 2022
Download further details and apply below on our website. We look forward to hearing from you!
The Psychological Therapies Team role will work across the three separate services that come under Psychological Therapies. The Postholder will provide managerial, administrative, and clinical capacity and resource to enable better quality outcomes of the service, further bolstering the level of clinical management and support to Counsellors, Liaison Officers, Volunteers and our beneficiaries. In addition, they would hold a small clinical caseload (1 day a week) that would contribute to our clinical staffing requirements under the IAPT contract.
The full time Postholder will also provide clinical supervision and support to the Suicide Postvention teams in the form of group clinical supervision, as well as Therapists who provide integrative counselling to Educational Staff.
The Postholder will join a committed and hard working team at a really exciting time in our journey and who will be able to make a real difference to the service and organisation.
In order to apply for this vacancy please complete the Application Form and email it back to us by 30th of May 2022.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.