Endoscopy Lead Theatre Practitioner - Lincoln
Endoscopy Lead Theatre PractitionerLocation: LincolnHours: 37.5 Hours per WeekSalary: £35,000We have an opportunity for a Endoscopy Lead Theatre Practioner to join their team of staff in the Endoscopy Theatre. In a leading private hopsital group. Main duties & ResponsibilitiesBe accountable for providing leadership and clinical expertise to endoscopy trained staff to ensure the delivery of safe and effective care for patients undergoing endoscopic proceduresProvide expert knowledge, leadership and support the implementation and maintenance of Joint Advisory Group (JAG) accreditation and continuous development of global rating scale (GRS)Facilitate and drive improvement in essential quality requirements and Best Practice standards for flexible endoscopy services including decontamination and clinical careWork collaboratively with the Theatre Manager to deliver an effective and safe endoscopy service within the theatre departmentWhy take this role? This is a great opportunity for an Endoscopy Lead Theatre Practioner to secure a permanent position with a private company that will support them through their early stages and enable them to develop as a professional. You will earn a healthy salary and also be entitled to a generous range of employee benefits, also being part of an amazing team.Essential requirementsWork with others to deliver a quality, safe endoscopy serviceProvide skilled assistance to the Consultant during an endoscopy procedureLead the optimisation of endoscopy utilisation, taking action with regards underutilisation of lists as appropriatePromote and ensure an environment conducive to the safe delivery of flexible endoscope decontamination, prevention and control of infection for all staff, patients and visitorsBe aware of and comply with all decontamination, infection prevention and control policies and ensure best practice is maintained to ensure low infection ratesEnsure any incidents or complaints are fully documented, investigated and reportedAct as a role model and mentor to staff providing advice and support to others to promote good practice consistent with legislation, best practice and policiesEnable and encourage team members to expand and develop their own competenciesDelegate responsibility and tasks to others who have the ability to deliver the desired results, which makes optimum use of colleague’s abilities while providing learning opportunities.Ensure staff, stakeholders participate in regular communication related to service development and improvementCommunicate business decisions to staff and Consultants in a positive and supportive manner and lead on initiatives, which directly influence and affect the departmentCoordinate and contribute to continuous service and practice improvement including audit, patient experience survey, review of incidents and complaints and newly issued guidanceEvaluating their implementation to maintain and enhance service delivery Employee Benefits Include:25 Days paid Annual leave + Bank holidaysDefined Contribution Pension scheme up to 4.5% matched by employerPrivate Medical InsuranceLife AssuranceChildcare VouchersBi-Annual Health ScreeningFamily and Friends Discount on Services24-7 Counselling programWe act as an employment business to provide temporary staff and an employment agency to provide permanent staff.