[New Job Opening] Consultant community paediatrician job Vacancy in Strood ME2

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Job Details:
Position Name :
Consultant community paediatrician
Location:
Strood ME2
Job ID :
79e52f580abeb32d
Description : Are you an experience consultant?
Are you looking for a new challenge within the children’s sector?
Do you have excellent interpersonal skills and sound clinical assessment skills?
If you answered yes, we’ve got the perfect role for you!
MCH was awarded the children’s community health contract in June 18 which has bought together 19 children’s community health services. Delivery of care is through the rainbow model (below) and the post holder will work within the Indigo diagnostic service for neurodiverse conditions and the Violet neurodisability service . Working in partnership with the therapists and nurses is key to the success of the pathways to ensure full multidisciplinary working to improve the patient experience
Responsibility for client care
The post holder would be expected to lead or contribute as needed to the following clinical areas:
Working within the Violet pathway to assess children with developmental delay and
Working within the Indigo MDT Diagnostics service with children who present with a range of neurodiversity presentations.
Contribute to holistic multidisciplinary and multiagency management plans.
Provide medical advice as part of the EHC assessment process.
Knowledge, training and experience
Extensive experience working within community paediatrics
Ability to use IT and to be able to keep high quality electronic clinical records
Experience of supervising and supporting less experienced doctors and the ability to work in conjunction with nurses and therapists to develop the pathway
Excellent time management skills and ability to prioritise own workload and others as required
Evidence of continued professional development and commitment to help others achieve clinical skills under guidance.
The small print
From 1stApril 2022, the government is planning to introduce new regulations that state any patient facing member of staff must be fully COVID vaccinated (or exempt). In preparation for this law coming into effect, we are asking all current staff and successful applicants to prove they have had 2 COVID vaccinations (or exempt) via the travel pass of NHS COVID app or official NHS letter.
Informal visits can be arranged on request.
We are honouring the 2018 contract refresh of the NHS Terms and Conditions of Service (Agenda for Change) pay award
We will offer you the choice of two pension schemes; the NHS Pension scheme and our Scottish Widows group personal pension.
We will always appoint the best person for the job, but applications are particularly welcome from candidates from BAME groups which are underrepresented in our service.
Support will be offered for on-going professional development. We have a partnership agreement with our adjoining trust to join with them in post graduate activities to ensure breadth of experience for on-going professional development and supervision
1. Responsibility for client care
The successful applicant would be expected to lead in or contribute as needed to the following clinical areas:
Neuro-disability: Leading Specialist multidisciplinary complex neuro-disability assessment clinics in collaboration with multidisciplinary team members and single review clinics for follow up assessment.
1. Communication and relationship skills
Excellent written and verbal communication skills required
To provide, receive and organise information (which may be complex/sensitive) liaising with other teams, internal and external agencies
To motivate and lead through staff involvement and development to ensure clinical excellence and parity of service for all children on the caseload
To work proactively with the wider team to achieve service objectives.
Partnership working and excellent communication with tertiary and secondary centres for the management of children requiring additional specialist interventions
1. Knowledge, training and experience
Ability to use IT and to be able to keep high quality electronic clinical records
Experience of supervising and supporting less experienced doctors and the ability to work in conjunction with nurses and therapists to develop the pathway
Excellent time management skills and ability to prioritise own workload
Evidence of continued professional development
To keep up to date with statutory and mandatory training.
To be able to demonstrate high quality evidence based practice in the field of neurodevelopmental conditions.
To ensure that clinical practice is evidence based and effective.
To provide an overview of referral, assessment and treatment pathways.
Ensure compliance with national guidelines, and to develop collection and use of outcome measures.
To ensure appropriate clinical leadership, supervision, appraisal and development arrangements are in place.
To promote a culture of continuous quality improvement and participate in the Trust Quality Improvement programme.
To carry out investigations of and implement recommendations following incidents and complaints.
To ensure the service operates in accordance with MCH priorities, policies and protocols.
To ensure the development and review of clinical Policies and Procedures and responses to reports/audits by external groups and agencies.
To ensure that proper arrangements are in place to safeguard children and adults.
1. Analytical and judgement skills
Excellent decision making and diagnostic skills required
Responsible for differential diagnosis through a range of appropriate tests (formal and informal)
1. Planning and organisational skills
Responsible for prioritising and managing own workload and being able to work under pressure in order to meet tight timescales and deadlines whilst managing conflicting demands.
Support and undertake audit and research projects
Lead on service planning and development jointly with lead therapists.
1. Physical skills
Ability to travel between diverse sites across Medway.
Strong IT skills
1. Responsibility for policy and service development implementation
To follow and implement organisational policies and procedures.
To develop and propose changes to service model to ensure on-going best practice
To report service developments particularly around medication to the medical director
1. Responsibilities for financial and physical resources
To demonstrate and apply a sound understanding of Clinical Governance and risk management to the work situation and manage clinical risk within your own caseload and that of less senior staff.
To be aware of Health and Safety Policies with the Medway Community Healthcare CIC and other areas of work and propose changes to service model to ensure on-going best practise
1. Responsibilities for human resources (HR)
Line Manager and supervision for one associate specialist within the team including appraisals, discipline, allocation of work.
To share specialist knowledge through training for the workforce in children’s services
1. Responsibilities for information resources
Regular requirement to operate IT systems to monitor caseloads, maintain clinical records and update head of service as required
To support the Head of Service by providing accurate and regular reporting of incidents, risk and compliance outcomes
1. Responsibilities for research and development (R&D)
To lead and participate in research and audit opportunities within specialist area of knowledge around paediatric conditions, including contribution to national research programmes
1. Freedom to act
Provide management to speciality doctors within service and leadership across children’s service
Works on own initiative, guided by defined parameters, and manages and priorities own work
Works within GMC, BACCH and RCPCH code of conduct and best practice guidance
Follows organisation policies and procedures.
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