Exeter, Devon
£40,224 - £45,723 per annum plus benefits
Job description
Are you an excellent communicator, motivated and passionate about children’s palliative care?

This is an excellent opportunity for a dynamic clinical leader with a passion for quality and education to have a key influence to making a difference to the lives of children with life limited conditions. The Senior Team Leader for Education & Quality (STL E&Q) will work across our client's sites as part of the senior care leadership team. Working under the Deputy Director of Care the post has two key Portfolio’s and will provide a seamless link between Education and Quality.

Senior Team Leader Responsibilities:

Providing leadership (not line management) to the Team Leaders for Education / Practice Educators ensuring a strategy and Framework is in place to meet the workforce requirements and meet the service needs. Ensuring that our client is linked with external organisations to take forward Education and Training opportunities supporting workforce development, talent management and strategic developments in care.

Working closely with the Deputy Director for Quality to ensure the quality agenda is taken forward including supporting the hospice-based teams with audits, policies, standards and learning. The postholder will be visible across all three hospice teams, maintaining clinical credibility through working regular care shifts (enhancements for working unsocial hours will be payable).

Senior Team Leader Requirements:

• Qualified RSCN or adult nurse with experience of improving quality and training staff to be confident and competent in their role.
• Knowledge and understanding of the needs of children and families with palliative care needs.
• Strong demonstrable motivational leadership skills including effective change management experience.
• The commitment and ability to champion the values and behaviours of our client delivering their services reflecting the ethos of the organisation.

Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and all employees must obtain an enhanced DBS disclosure.

NOTE: when applying please include a full CV with employment history with education / training information and also upload your supporting statement in addition to your CV

About our client:

An established and successful charity, they provide hospice care for children with life limiting conditions and their families in the South West of England. They have three hospices in North Devon, North Somerset and Cornwall. They deliver services to children and their families who have a palliative care need and meet the agreed referral criteria. Their ethos is support the whole family making the most of short and precious lives and their current delivery model includes care wherever the child is when they need it most including care at the hospice base, at home and virtual support.

Location: South West - Devon, Cornwall, North Somerset
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: Full Time, 40 per week
Salary: £40,224 - £45,723 per annum plus benefits
Benefits: include the opportunity to maintain NHS superannuation. Free onsite parking. Generous holiday entitlement which increases with service. Enhanced sick pay scheme. Family friendly policies. Occupational health, wellbeing and counselling services. Continuous training and development opportunities. A chance to make a real difference. Green agenda. Excellent working environment.

Closing date for applications: 14 December 2021
Anticipated Interviews: 21 December 2021

You may have experience of the following: Senior Team Leader, Education, Quality, Team Leader, Clinical Leader, Senior Support Worker, RSCN, Childcare, Nurse, Registered Nurse, Palliative Care, Healthcare, Social Care, etc.

Ref: 105 012
Posted on: 26 November 2021
Closed date: 14 December 2021
Job ref: 105012
Tags: Management, Project Management