Bath, Somerset
£32500 - £37500 per annum + excellent benefits
Contract, Part-time
Job description

Health Professional Facilitator - SWAG

 

Contract: 1 year Fixed-term contract

Salary: £32,500 - £37,500 per annum (full-time equivalent, pro-rated if part-time)

Location: Field-based with travel covering Somerset, Wiltshire, Avon and Gloucester Cancer Alliance. You will also be required to support and work with other patches in the Clinical Engagement team and complete engagements remotely depending on demand. (Remote working during the pandemic period)

Hours: Full-time or part-time working can be considered for this role in line with the business need

 

Closing Date: Tuesday 23rd February 2021, 23:59pm

Assessment date: Interviews are planned for week commencing 15th and 22nd February via Microsoft Teams. A link will be provided if you are invited to interview.

Assessment Location: This will be held virtually over video-conferencing on Microsoft Teams.

 

The role

Cancer Research UK has set out an ambitious goal that three in four people diagnosed with cancer should survive that diagnosis by 2034. In order to achieve this ambition, our focus is on the early diagnosis of cancer because of the great potential for improvement in outcomes through diagnosing cancer earlier.

 

To help support our ambition our Health Professional Facilitators are the visible face of our work with the NHS. Our Facilitators work closely with Primary Care Networks (PCN)/ clusters and commissioners and planners of cancer care. They provide valuable practical support for quality improvement and lead educational sessions supporting cancer prevention, screening, recognition and referral.

Our team is built of engaging, committed people who love building relationships and working with a wide range of healthcare professionals and their teams to drive improvements in cancer outcomes.

 

What are we looking for?

  • Proven ability to develop strong collaborative relationships with a variety of stakeholders to influence change

  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills

  • Excellent organisational and project management skills

  • Significant knowledge and application of Quality Improvement methodology and tools

  • Proven ability to shape your approach and tailor the use of different tools to different audience's needs, including digital technologies

  • Experience of using evidenced data sources to engage with different audiences, including presenting information in a clear way

  • Able to identify and share crucial intelligence from your work and utilise this to inform future planning/strategy

 

If this describes you, join our team as we work hard to beat cancer sooner.

 

 

*The application process will involve uploading your CV, and answering a few short application questions.

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Refreshed on: 10 February 2021
Closed date: 23 February 2021
Job ref: R017025
Tags: Nursing