SEL Children and Young People, Urgent and Emergency Care Clinical Lead NHS South East London Integrated Care Board London SE1

  • Part Time
  • London SE1
  • 92,700 - 113,300 £ / Year

NHS South East London Integrated Care Board

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Pay

  • £92,700 – £113,300 a year

Job type

  • Part-time

Location

London SE1

Full job description

Clinical and Care Professional Leads support south east London-wide and borough programmes of work, therefore, there is an expectation that you currently work within south east London, and for borough based roles, within that borough.

The role provides strong and strategic clinical and professional leadership and implementation support to enable the delivery of the CYP urgent care
requirements set out by NHSE and within the Forward View for CYP in South East London. It aims to deliver safe and effective CYP urgent care services across South East London, working closely with SEL and Place based teams and clinical leads.

Interview date: 11th June 2024

  • Lead, inform and support SEL wide implementation of national and local

requirements and priorities in relation to CYP UEC

  • Clinical input and leadership to the work of SEL UEC Board, and leading the CYP task and finish group (sub group of the UEC Board),
  • Support implementation of nationally required work across SEL e.g. SDEC pathways
  • Provision of specialist knowledge and experience of improvement

implementation to the CYP UEC programme, particularly around the UEC front door,

  • Convening and liaison with system partners ensuring a robust interface

between primary care, community, acute and mental health services

From the Catford Cat to the Brixton Windmill and Chislehurst Caves, South East London is a vibrant, fun, unique and richly diverse place to live, grow, learn and work. The South East London Integrated Care System (SELICS) brings together the organisations responsible for health and care services in south east London, making the greatest possible contribution to the health and wellbeing of people living in our six boroughs.

SELICS is made up of staff working in many different roles, in different settings, employed in different ways, by a wide range of partner organisations, and are at the centre of our collective ambition for greater integration and better care. Employing organisations include NHS Trusts, GP practices, Social Care and Voluntary sector organisations, social enterprises, dental surgeries, pharmacies and optometrists.

We have an ambitious People Strategy that brings these partners together to deliver the ‘one workforce’ ambition, making the health and care system a better place to work and live.

Please see the attached job description and person specification for full details of the duties and responsibilities of the role.

To apply for this job please visit www.selondonics.org.

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Ethan Anderson

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