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£37,000 per year
To support the Health Development Manager to promote and maintain the health and wellbeing of people with spina bifida and hydrocephalus.

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£37,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Job Title: Deputy Health Development Manager

Department: Health 

Reports to: Health Development Manager 

Salary: £37,000 (equivalent of top of Band 6 NHS) 

Hours: Full time 35 hours per week 

Location: Home based (but willing to travel as required) 

Purpose of Job 

To support the Health Development Manager to promote and maintain the health and wellbeing of people with spina bifida and hydrocephalus and to build Shine’s networks to increase our influence in the health sector. To learn from the Health Development Manager’s 25 years’ experience, become a key member of the health team and an integral part of our succession planning, with a view to replacing the Manager upon retirement. 

Core role 

To support the Health Development Manager in day to day operations and deputise for her where required 

To assist delivery of the Corporate Plan by supporting the health team to achieve their objectives set out against the annual workplan

To arrange and host meetings with the team to ensure coordinated planning and delivery of the workplan to meet milestone deadlines 

To deal with member referrals to the health team, giving up to date information advice and support to assist Shine’s members to manage their conditions well and live healthy and fulfilling lives 

To develop virtual health services for members and contribute, as part of the health team,to the delivery of a regional and national programme of events to Shine’s membership (whether virtual or face to face) 

To provide information to professionals working with those individuals and families affected by Spina Bifida and/or Hydrocephalus. 

To raise greater awareness of Spina Bifida and/or Hydrocephalus amongst professionals, external organisations and the general public through presentations, training and attendance at professional events. 

To promote Shine, support the building of networks and the increasing of Shine’s influence in the health sector and to support campaign work 

To actively promote membership of Shine to people with the relevant conditions when the opportunity arises 

To keep clear and accurate records for monitoring and evaluation using our Charity Log System of member case work/support/advice  and professional contacts/engagement 

To undertake any other duties in line with the job role. 

Essential criteria 

  • Ability to travel across the designated areas 

  • Flexible working hours, this may include some weekends 

  • Ability to work from home in a quiet area where confidentiality could be assured when communicating with members 

  • Motivated and able to work on your own initiative working from home, whilst also travelling across the area and region to be part of the wider dispersed team. 

  • Full Enhanced DBS checks and referencing will be completed 

Experience and qualifications – essential 

  • NHS Band 6 level registered nurse with at least 5 years' experience 

  • Significant experience of working with disabled children and/ or adults, preferably both children and adults 

  • Experience of leading a team and supervising staff 

  • Knowledge of the health and social care system 

Knowledge, skills and abilities – essential 

  • Knowledge of spina bifida, hydrocephalus and related conditions and of the issues and challenges faced by people living with these conditions 

  • Ability to develop practical solutions for dealing with members’ complex health issues 

  • Ability to understand and analyse complex research/medical information 

  • Excellent communication skills both verbally and written 

  • IT literate with a good knowledge of computer systems and programmes (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and a working knowledge of virtual delivery mediums such as Zoom, Teams 

  • A non-judgemental and inclusive approach 

Shine is a Disability Confident employer and will offer guaranteed interviews if a disabled applicant meets the minimum criteria for the job. 

Closing date: 07/06/2021 by 9am 

Interviews (by Zoom): 23/06/2021  

More about Shine

Shine is the only national charity dedicated to supporting people with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus in England, Wales and No... Read more

Refreshed on: 14 May 2021
Closing date: 07 June 2021
Tags: Care Management,Nursing

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