We are seeking a new member of the Care Team to provide insight and shape our work with children and young adults with all types of diabetes. You will be a registered HCP with a wide diabetes knowledge, including children's and young adult care. You will bring knowledge and insight into our clinical team from a variety of resources including clinical practice.
Please note that there is a requirement to be in London for 1 week out of 4 for this role.
Part-time hours and flexibility on where this role could be based will be considered.
Interview Dates: 11 March 2020
What we can offer you:
- Generous annual leave starting at 25 days plus bank holidays
- A Cash Healthcare Plan (giving you up to £1,500 towards a range of out of pocket health expenses like new glasses, dentist, chiropractor or osteopath appointments)
- Early finish Friday and flexible working as part of our approach to activity based working
- Discounts on gym membership
- Employee assistance programme to give you support on any issues that come up in life
- Annual season ticket loan (on completion of your probation period)
- Very active social scene including sport teams, gardening and other activities
- Generous pension provision, life assurance and income protection insurance
- Cycle to work scheme (eligible for scheme if contract is permanent or longer than 12 months)
*Some benefits aren't available until you've passed your probation period and are dependent on the length of contract.
Act as a resource on diabetes and identify gaps in the organisations support and knowledge for people with diabetes. Work across the organisation to help strengthen our knowledge of diabetes. With other team members develop new resources in a variety of mediums making complex clinical psychology issues are understood.
As a registered HCP, you will have excellent evidence based knowledge in children's health and understand the reality of diabetes care. Understand the challenges faced in the health services, by providers and users alike. Work as part of a team. Be a great communicator and able to translate complex clinical issues into understandable information.