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£400 - £1,200 per month (based on relevant skills and experience)
Part-time (0.5 days per week (1 programmed activity) to be worked flexibly across the month.)
Contract (3 years from date of appointment, with an option to extend for a further 3 years.)
Job description

Parkinson’s UK works with health and social care professionals to transform Parkinson’s services across the UK.

We do this through the Parkinson’s Excellence Network (PEN), a network of around 6,000 health and care professionals with a shared vision: to build an expert Parkinson’s workforce and improve health and care services for people with Parkinson’s.

We bring together and support health and care professionals to share best practice, network and collaborate, share resources and education, and drive improvements to services for people with Parkinson’s and their loved ones.

Since its establishment in 2015, the Excellence Network has provided networking and collaboration opportunities for professionals across the different regions of the UK. In England, the Excellence Network is moving to a new regional model aligned to the 7 NHS England regions. The regional model in the devolved nations will remain the same: 3 regions in Scotland, 2 in Wales and 1 in Northern Ireland.

To help us deliver this new regional model, we are looking for a healthcare professional to take on the role of Regional Clinical Lead on a consultancy basis.

To apply for the role, you will need to be based in the East of England region.

What will be expected of you in this role

You’ll:

  • Be expected to co-opt a multidisciplinary leadership team to support you in your role. This team should reflect the multi-professional composition of regional services, as well as the geography and should include at least one person with Parkinson's.
  • Drive engagement and participation with the Excellence Network at a regional level.
  • Inspire, challenge and collaborate with the health and social care professional community to drive significant improvements to Parkinson’s services across your region.
  • Act as a professional ambassador for the Excellence Network and help represent the professionals in your region.
  • Engage with Integrated Care Board (ICB) leaders to help influence the development of your Integrated Care System (ICS).
  • Work closely with the Professional Engagement team at Parkinson’s UK to organise and hold engagement opportunities in your region. This will include working with the team to hold and lead at least one in-person meeting in your region per year.
  • Attend the annual in-person PEN National and Regional Clinical Leads meeting.
  • Support the PEN national calendar of events through attendance or promotion. This includes Excellence Hub meetings and other activities centred around our national priorities.
  • Work closely with the PEN National Clinical Leadership Team (CLT) to discuss and review national and regional priorities. Attend a virtual meeting with CLT 2 times per year.


What expertise you’ll bring

You’ll:

  • Be a UK-based clinical healthcare professional, working in Parkinson’s or with extensive interest and expertise in the condition, with exceptional interpersonal and influencing skills. Healthcare professionals living with Parkinson’s are also encouraged to apply.
  • Have a good understanding of the landscape of health and social care delivery, education and workforce development to support the strategic aims and objectives of Parkinson’s UK.

What you can expect from Parkinson’s UK

You’ll:

  • Be formally welcomed and introduced to the Excellence Network and your role as a regional clinical lead.
  • Be provided with an introduction pack, which outlines all the activities of the PEN at a national, regional and local level, so that you can gain an understanding of where your role fits in.
  • Meet regularly with the Professional Engagement team to discuss and plan activity in your region, working to a co-developed engagement plan for your PEN region. We will be flexible, taking into account your individual needs.
  • Meet with the Professional Engagement Lead or Associate Director of Policy & Health Strategy after 6 months in the role for a review meeting and then annually thereafter (or more frequently if required).
  • Be provided with a set of resources and information to support you in your role eg. a ready made presentation on the PEN, data from the services within your patch, including relevant data from the UK Parkinson’s Audit.
  • Be invited to an annual event for the National and Regional Clinical Leads, to provide updates, training and opportunities for discussion.

A bit more about the opportunity

  • Time commitment will be 0.5 days per week (1 programmed activity) to be worked flexibly across the month.
  • Monthly rate will be based on skills and experience.
  • Term of consultancy services will be set tenure of 3 years from date of appointment, with an option to extend once for a further 3 years.

We will also ask you/your employer to send across a monthly invoice to the Professional Engagement Manager at Parkinson’s UK and include a short paragraph outlining what you’ve done in the role each month. We can provide an example of this.

Closing date for applications: 12pm on Sunday 18 August.
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an interview and we’ll be aiming to hold interviews week commencing 27 August.

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Posted on: 22 July 2024
Closing date: 18 August 2024 at 12:00
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