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London, Barnet, UK
£24,000 - £28,000 per year
Permanent, Part-time, 30 hours a week
This recruiter is scheduling interviews as the applications come in. So apply now!
Job description

The post holder will sit within the Senior Management Team and will provide leadership and operational support to the CEO for the management of all clinical services. The post holder will play a key role in overseeing MW’s wellbeing and clinical services to ensure robust clinical support and safe delivery of practice across all settings. The post holder will work closely with other members of the senior management team including the Operations and Service Development Manager (OSDM) and IAPT Clinical Lead, to lead on and/or contribute to the development of MW’s services and its strategic goals.

As the Head of Wellbeing and Clinical Services, the post holder will lead by example and act as a positive role model for all staff by ensuring that all staff fulfil the requirements of their job descriptions and adhere to all organisational policies and procedures.

The post holder will ensure that the staff are appropriately supported and delivering a safe service based on the processes and protocols of the respective service, including NICE guidelines and protocols established by MW’s NHS Trust partners, where appropriate.

The post holder will be responsible for the development and leadership of MW’s wellbeing and clinical services, from client experience to complex care provision.

The post holder will ensure that the clinical governance arrangements including risk management are adhered to; support the OSDM to staff requirements including recruitment, selection and retention; support the OSDM in the development of good practice, to improve and evolve the processes and systems to meet the demands of the services.

The post holder will oversee the accurate record keeping for assessments and interventions in the respective services, ensuring high quality detailed notes are recorded in a timely manner.

The post holder is the Named Lead for Safeguarding, Risk Management and Information Governance Management for the organisation.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

To provide strong leadership, cultivate a culture of clinical excellence and a robust clinical governance across all services in line with best practice:

  • Provide support and oversight for good use of client or patient database and monitor effectiveness
  • Work with the Chief Executive and the senior management team to monitor staff/practitioners/clinicians’ performance every month
  • Produce service reports for steering group and contract meetings
  • Produce reports, attend and contribute to MW’s board meetings every quarter
  • Produce end of project reports and evaluation as necessary
  • Support the development of the staffing strategy, recruitment, selection and induction. Actively participate in staff recruitment, including the short-listing and as a member of the interview panel for all clinical and frontline staff across MW’s wellbeing services.
  • Deputise for the Chief Executive when necessary
  • Assist the Chief Executive with fundraising applications to NHS Trusts and charitable trust foundations

Across all services, the post holder will be expected to:

  • Monitor and review service targets and ensure all respective services meeting their Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) including waiting times, client screenings, treatment and recovery.
  • Provide the clinical input and support to the OSDM to improve the clinical elements of service interventions, and help to implement on-going service developments
  • Keep apprised of new developments e.g. in relation to short-term therapeutic interventions, social prescribing, community transformation and transition services, relevant to the respective service
  • Jointly with the OSDM and the Chief Executive, ensure all complaints and concerns are handled effectively and efficiently, in accordance with MW’s procedures.
  • Ensure staff attend their clinical supervision sessions as requested by their respective clinical supervisors, and adhere to and follow the guidance provided to ensure a safe service, implemented in line with the latest NICE guidelines where applicable
  • Protocols and arrangements are in place so that people can be stepped up and down to and from and within the service as required
  • Support the OSDM to work collaboratively with MWS and WT CIC partners to ensure the service meets the required service targets and KPIs

In the IAPT Service, they will ensure:

  • In conjunction with the IAPT clinical lead, the service is implemented and developed in line with national and local IAPT guidelines
  • Therapists are attending the required level of clinical supervision as delivered by the IAPT Clinical Lead, Step 2 and Step 3 supervisors
  • Work closely with Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust (BEHMHT) clinical and management colleagues
  • Promote the service and increase access for people with mild to moderate anxiety and depression including groups and communities who are underrepresented in the service.
  • Ensure staff attend their clinical supervision sessions as requested by their respective clinical supervisors, and adhere to and follow the guidance provided to ensure a safe service, implemented in line with the latest NICE guidelines where applicable

In the BWH Service, they will ensure:

  • Referrals are paper screened based on risk and presentation for suitability
  • Provide case management supervision on complex cases, and those presenting with risk, to support the Senior Wellbeing Navigator and BWH’s Wellbeing Navigator staff, and consulting the multi-disciplinary team (MDT) discussions for complex cases
  • Regularly attend and contribute to the MDT discussions at the Joint Case Management meetings to ensure formulation of tailored wellbeing plans
  • Work closely with the OSDM to provide highlights of the service including client presentations, complex case discussions and identifying the key needs and themes experienced in the community, to inform commissioners of the ongoing service delivery
  • Support the OSDM in developing partnerships and fostering relationships with key stakeholders including commissioners, statutory services, other VCS organisations and service user groups

In the IVS Service, they will ensure:

  • The service aims to promote independence and resilience
  • The service connects individuals with appropriate agencies through onward referral and connection based on their needs
  • The staff team are supported with case management supervision on a regular basis
  • Support the OSDM in promoting the service and increasing access for those identified by BEHMHT’s colleagues as suitable to be transitioned into the community.
  • Support the OSDM in instilling the ethos of the WT CIC and MW in staff, providing the motivation and empowering the staff team to perform to the best of their ability
  • Work collaboratively as part of the Core Locality MDT with clients to develop their co-produced, tailored recovery plan based on their wellbeing goals and promote personal responsibility

Information and Resources

Within all the key services, staff are required to record accurate contacts and engagement with service users on a regular basis.

The post holder will:

  • Ensure that data quality across the service is to a very high standard, and staff complete all information requirements as agreed by existing processes and local protocols, enabling the generation of regular reports to provide up to date and accurate performance monitoring reports to commissioners

Clinical Services

MW’s wellbeing services cater for a wide range of mental health and wellbeing presentations in the community, ranging from mild to moderate mental health to severe and acute comorbid presentations. The post holder will have a strong knowledge of these issues, experience in managing cases with these presentations and will oversee:

Across all services:

  • Maintain high clinical standards in all aspects of the work.
  • Ensure staff are appropriately skilled and trained to deliver the service
  • Clinical governance arrangements are in place to cover all clinical activity
  • To develop and ensure implementation of Policies and Procedures for operation of the services
  • Ensure staff attend their clinical supervision sessions as requested by their respective clinical supervisors, and adhere to and follow the guidance provided to ensure a safe service, implemented in line with the latest NICE guidelines where applicable
  • Act as the designated lead for Risk Management and Safeguarding across MW’s services. They will possess the confidence and experience to support other team members to manage and deal with risk situations as and when they arise.
  • Support staff to undertake risk assessment and risk management for individual clients and to provide advice on psychological aspects of risk assessment and risk management in line with BEHMHT Trust policies and procedures, including work with clients deemed as vulnerable adults.
  • Drive improvement through client engagement

Education and Training

The post holder will ensure mandatory training is undertaken and relevant CPD opportunities for all staff including PWPs, other therapists, Wellbeing Navigators and IVS workers; and deliver/support the delivery of regular internal clinical skills training sessions across the team.

Professional

All staff working within the organisation will be expected to comply with the MW staff code of conduct, and to comply with local and national professional standards as required in their roles. The post holder will be expected to:

  • Maintain standards of practice according to the employer and any regulating bodies.
  • Ensure all aspects of confidentiality relating to both the service and individuals are maintained at all times with a clear understanding and implementation of GDPR data protection regulations
  • Participate in individual performance review and respond to agreed objectives.
  • Ensure all staff are aware of professional standards expected in the service. Work is carried out within the agreed policies and procedures and in adherence with NICE guidelines

Quality & Patient Safety

The post holder will be expected to adhere and comply with the following policies and the governance framework of MW and the WT CIC, including NICE guidance and best practice guidelines. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Protection of Children & Vulnerable Adults
  • Incident Reporting
  • Identification, management and reduction of risk
  • Monitoring of quality and compliance
  • Health and Safety, and the environment for patients/clients, visitors and staff
  • Infection Control
  • Equal Opportunities
  • Health and Safety
  • Information Governance
  • UK Data Protection Act 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), access to Health Records Act 1990, and other relevant legislation

The post holder will be expected to maintain up-to-date knowledge of legislation, national and local policies and issues in relation to both the specific client group and mental health.

Organisational Change

As services develop and change, the post holder may be required to undertake other responsibilities within MW. These may include responsibilities such as the support of activities and events that promote the awareness and development of the organisation, and contribute to the ongoing efforts in fundraising.

Review

This job description is an outline, which reflects the present requirements of the post and is not intended to be an inflexible or finite list of duties and responsibilities. As these duties and responsibilities change and develop the job description will be amended from time to time in consultation with the post holder.

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Person Specification - Head of Operations - Meridian Wellbeing (.pdf)
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Meridian Wellbeing

Meridian Wellbeing, formerly the CMHA, is borne out of our passion to support not only the Chinese community but also all those in need of our ... Read more

Refreshed on: 14 October 2021
Closing date: 14 November 2021
Job ref: HOO
Tags: Management,Operations

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