LORT Team Leader - Worcestershire

Employer
4Recruitment Services
Location
Worcestershire, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
4 Nov 2020

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Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
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LORT Team Leader - Worcestershire

Salary: £18.53ph

Full-Time (37 hours)

Job Purpose:

To support all settings including those high risk, in reducing the transmission of COVID-19
To work closely with partners such as PHE in reducing the impact of a COVID-19 outbreak
To reduce the impact of COVID-19 on business and vulnerable people
To support and reduce the spread of community COVID-19 cases
To lead a duty team delivering a high standard of first point of contact services to people needing support from the LORT
To identify and understand the key risks of transmission of COVID-19 when discussing a situation
To be able to accurately record information and highlight when action needs to be taken
To give advice which corresponds with national and local guidance regarding COVID-19
To represent the LORT and WCC and always provide excellent communication in a timely fashion
Responsibilities:

1) Prioritising and organising the tasks for the LORT responders each day

2) Setting up a LORT service meeting 3 times a day to monitor and track activity, reprioritising where necessary

3) To highlight to the duty public health consultant when issues require their attention

4) Refer queries or situations to external organisations when relevant and check for new and incoming situations in Inbox

5) Produce daily information reports to partners, including ASC, WCF, and the wider LORT team handover report

6) Ability to triage issues, often complex in nature, from a range of enquires prior to relevant escalation to Public Health consultants

7) Demonstrate a strong commitment to tackling a wide range issues of in a non-departmental manner

8) High levels of energy, stamina and resilience with the ability to confidently lead a team of responders and administrators and with the ability to direct and/or delegate tasks, responsibilities and authorities effectively

9) Dealing with highly sensitive and/or confidential matters in relation to local outbreak responses

10) Excellent organisation, planning and communication skills, with the ability to manage a busy workload, often with conflicting priorities and tight deadlines, whilst remaining calm under pressure

11) Expert analytical and judgemental skills to analyse, interpret and communicate complex situations

12) Must be able to accurately summarise and convey complex information

13) Ability to work enhanced hours on a rota basis over a 7-day week from Wildwood with flexible working arrangements

14) Excellent Leadership, coaching, supporting and team building skills, as well as being comfortable working in a matrix environment

15) A relentless focus on prioritising along with embedding and evaluating progress routinely and regularly

16) Active knowledge of working with key partners in delivering shared outcomes

17) To work collaboratively with a range of agencies, organisations and practitioners

18) Knowledge of Council operations, services, objectives, policies and procedures or knowledge of Partner objectives e.g. Health, CCG, District councils, PHE

We offer:

24 hour one on one specialist consultant based within your geographical area
4Recruitment Services Employee Benefits Programme
Our own dedicated payroll support ensuring you get the full benefits of your payment
Recruitment is done in line with safe recruitment practices. 4Recruitment Services is an equal opportunities employer.

To discuss this vacancy or other vacancies in your area please contact Max Catherall (phone number removed)
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