Operating Department Practitioner (ODP) Pain Management Service
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ODP – Pain Management Interventional Service
We are looking to recruit an experienced, motivated ODP, within a permanent job opportunity to join our dynamic Pain Management (Outpatient) team. We can offer our ODP the opportunity to work in a varied, challenging but rewarding role in a friendly and supportive working environment. The role requires the postholder to work 7hrs per fortnight within our outpatient Interventional Service treating patients with a diagnosis of Chronic Pain. The Postholder will assist in the provision of a variety of Interventional procedures within this role .
You will demonstrate advanced specialist practice, undertaking holistic assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of programmes of care for patients throughout the Pain Intervention pathway.
You will be responsible for the quality of care delivered within the clinical area, empowering and enabling the Pain Intervention team.
As a Senior ODP you will work collaboratively and co-operatively with members of the multi-disciplinary team to deliver a Pain Interventional Service and provide expert advice and support for other healthcare professional and agencies.
You will have opportunity to develop your skills through training within a supportive environment and team. The team are committed to providing innovative evidence-based assessment and treatment strategies for our patients with Chronic Pain.
The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; Welsh and/or English speakers are equally welcome to apply.
Closing Date: 24th April 2019
For further details / informal visits contact:
Amanda Congreve /Ian Pricevia Pain Secretary - Donna Maguire
Tel: 01745 448395
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