Clinical Change Specialist - Kettering
Do you hold a current registration to practice with the NMC (Nursing & Midwifery Council) or other appropriate professional body?
Have you got an understanding of national strategy and policy agendas and knowledge of the IT agenda and the opportunities for improvement in patient care?
If so, then this role could be perfect for you!
This is a specialist post within the clinical team of the health IM&T business function of NHFT.
The IM&T health element of the business provides all IT related services for NHFT. This role sits within the branch of the service whose prime focus is the identification of appropriate technologies, their deployment and ongoing management. This includes deployment, management and support of the organisation's electronic patient healthcare records.
The successful candidate will be required to:
Work at a mainly operational level within IM&T and Trust colleagues using their specialist clinical knowledge to influence, mentor and lead clinical teams, including clinicians more senior than themselves, through change projects.
Utilise their specialist knowledge to advise and support other business functions, such as the IM&T Clinical Systems team and Trust Performance teams in matters related to clinical record keeping and practice.Essential requirements:
Educated to a minimum of degree equivalent level, or equivalent experience or competencies. Evidence of recent and ongoing C.P.D / learning
Understanding of national strategy and policy agendas.
Knowledge of the IT agenda and the opportunities for improvement in patient care presented by it.
Experience in several clinical roles, including leadership of clinical teams
Experience/ understanding of facilitating and managing change
Confident in the use of technology
Proven team worker with ability to motivate others.
Proven track record of successful working with different staff groups.
Hours of work - 37½ hours per week, worked as 7.5 hours per day Monday - Friday
Salary - Competitive
Location - KetteringAdecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
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