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Systemic/Family Therapist - Exciting Project - Ear - London
Public Sector, Health & Medicine
It is a unique project to deliver a more coherent and integrated structure to ensure all early help is provided at the earliest possible opportunity to prevent the escalation of issues for children, young people and their families.
HGV Class 2 Driver - Tamworth
Public Sector
£10 - £12/hour
Corr Recruitment are proud to be recruiting for our Prestigious client based in Tamworth, we are currently sourcing LGV 2 drivers for Ongoing Temporary positions for Removal work on Day Shifts. As an LGV 2 Driver you will be responsible for:- - Removal Work to Commercial and Domestic premises - Working as part of a 3 man team - 1 - 4 Removals per day - 7am Starts Monday to Friday (occasional Saturday) - Can be Heavy Lifting involved Pay Rates £10.00 - £12.00 p/h As an LGV 2 Driver, you will need the following: - Valid Driving Licence - No More than 6pts - New Passes Welcome - CPC and Digicard While Working for Corr you will benefit from: - PPE - Holiday Entitlement (PAYE ONLY) - Dedicated 24/7 Consultant - Weekly pay via BACS Please apply online or call (Apply online only) where we will be happy to discuss the role and other roles available where we can book registration
Resilience & Surge Manager - Shoreditch
Public Sector
£330 - £400/day Umb/paye option
Resilience & Surge Manager CV deadline 12/12/18 (Email Removed) 1700 Clearance: BPSS We are looking for a Resilience & Surge Manager ideally with NHS/Govt Dept experience. The Surge Service covers 12 CCGs across North Central and North East London. This post will be based in Clifton house but will, in conjunction with other members of the surge team, will spend part of the time, meeting customers and providers in the Urgent and Emergency Care Networks in North Central and North East London to help forge strong working relationships. The post holder will: - Lead on surge and resilience planning work as part of thePerformance Team responsible for ensuring that there are robust plans in place to manage surges in demand and that these are enacted at times of pressure. - Be the main point of contact for surge capacity issues being reported by providers. Responsible for ensuring appropriate systems are in place to support delivery of the in-hours and out of hours surge and resilience planning service throughout the year. - Support day to day work on the interfaces between acute, specialist and community care providers and be an active participant in escalation processes that ensure patients move through the system in a safe and effective way. - Be required to have regular contact with internal and external stakeholders, and will often need to engage with them over sensitive, complex, contentious and confidential issues.The stakeholders will include some or all of the following: Chief Officers, and senior management team. - Assist in the delivery of the provider operational resilience and surge management work as part of NEL within the Performance and Surge Directorate and is responsible for ensuring that there are robust plans in place to manage surges in demand and that these are enacted at times of pressure. The surge hub uses a system called SMART (Surge Management and Resilience Toolkit) to assist in managing the system as well as assisting in monitoring pressure so appropriate action can be taken at an early point. - Support the Surge Managers as a point of contact for surge capacity issues being reported by providers. - Assist in the team ensuring appropriate systems are in place to support delivery of the in-hours and out of hours` provider operational resilience and surge management service throughout the year on behalf of North Central and North East London 12 CCGs. - Assist in providing assurance to key stakeholders, including CCGs, NHSE and NHS Improvement. They will support day to day work on the interfaces between acute, specialist and community care providers and be an active participant in escalation processes that ensure patients move through the system in a safe and effective way. - Be required to have regular contact with internal and external stakeholders, and will often need to engage with them over sensitive, complex, contentious and confidential issues. The stakeholders will include some or all of the following: CCGs (Chief Officers, and senior management team); Acute hospitals (directors and senior staff); Community, Mental Health and Specialist Providers; Pan London Surge Hubs; London Ambulance Service; NHS England; NHS Improvement; Local Authorities; NEL senior management team, MDT directors, performance teams, senior managers on the on-call rota. This post is required to be part of the 7-day surge management rota As well as the specific experience required above you will have the necessary qualifications, skills & experience of a Surge Manager take control of this requirement from its inception to its completion. If you meet the experience required above please call/mail me asap for more information. Thank you
Deputy Home Manager - Kidderminster
Public Sector
Kidderminster, £17 per hour Deputy Manager Reference: JO17575 JOB DESCRIPTION: A permanent Deputy Home Manager post has become available in a nursing home in Kidderminster. * £17 per hour * 42 hours per week * Qualified nurse adult * Nursing care to the elderly * Immediate interviews The successful Deputy Manager candidate will be required to assist the Home Manager in planning and implementing the highest quality of nursing care to the homes frail elderly residents, some of who may suffer with dementia. You will be responsible for managing and motivating a team of nurses and carers and helping to ensure the smooth running of this reputable nursing home. Good communication skills and a passion for providing outstanding care are therefore essential. SKILLS / QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: • You must be a qualified nurse – RGN - and registered with the NMC • Excellent communication skills • Previous experience in a Senior Nurse or Deputy Manager role essential • Min 3 years hands-on nursing experience • Passion for elderly / dementia care JOB REQUIREMENTS OF THE DEPUTY MANAGER: • Work autonomously and independently whilst building strong relationships with the management and care staff throughout the organisation • Maintain and assess the home’s high quality care • Organising and motivating the carers to ensure excellent standards of care are delivered • Assist in inductions and orientations of new care staff • Help to uphold the home’s reputation as a recognised centre of excellence • Liaising with other healthcare professionals and members of the multi-disciplinary team • Administrative duties Deputy Matron / Assistant Manager / Unit Lead / Clinical Lead / Nurse Manager / Nurse Lead
Head of Income Services - West Midlands
Public Sector
£60000 - £61000/annum
Position: Head of Income Services Location: West Midlands Salary: circa £60,000 Duration: Permanent THE ROLE Greenacre Recruitment is currently seeking an experienced Head of Income Services in order to lead the organisation in their early stage proactive arrears and income collection administration services. The role will provide leadership, direction and strategy to the collection services and will liaise closely with later arrears management stage leads based within the front line housing service. The role will drive their service in order to maximise income collection performance and ensure the robustness of the wider strategy to mitigate against key imminent welfare reform risks. PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES * Direction and management of the early stage arrears collection process within the customer service centre for all core and sundry debts. * Delivery of performance targets in relation to early stage collection rates and the management of the auto arrears process. * Review of current escalation policies, with responsibility for making recommendations for improvement. * Management of wider income collection administration processes, ensuring key income risks are managed in line with policy. * Project lead for the Implementation of additional areas of auto arrears collection including former tenant arrears, sundry debt, garages etc. * Responsibility for minimising later arrears task handovers to the operation wherever possible. * Development of early stage collection strategy in order to maximise the prevention of arrears escalation. * Production of regular performance and management reports in relation to key service challenges and current performance. * Assessment and improvement of core skills sets within the contact centre in order to deliver an effective income service through training, coaching and formal development processes. * Development of strong working relationships with external stakeholders (in particular Housing Benefit Departments) and internal operational leads. * Service review subject matter expert in relation to income collection services. REQUIREMENTS * Experience of leading a complex income service within a similar organisation * Experience of driving performance improvement within income collection services * Experience of leading income collection teams based in a call centre or shared service centre environment * Excellent numeracy skills APPLICATION PROCESS Applicants should submit their CV online immediately for consideration! This vacancy is being advertised on behalf of Greenacre Recruitment Ltd who are operating as a recruitment agency and business
Repairs Scheduler - Stafford
Public Sector
£8 - £10/hour
Our client is currently recruiting for a Repairs Scheduler to join their team for an initial two-month contract, with the possibility of moving onto a permanent contract. Please see below a brief summary of the duties for this role: * Liaise with tenants in regard to repairs and help diagnose them over the phone * Schedule works with operatives * Managing Operatives diaries * Updating the system with repair progress To apply for this role please send through a copy of your CV
Director of Marketing, Communications and Engageme - London
Public Sector
£400 - £425/day
Job Title: Director of Marketing, Communications and Engagement Location: London Rate: £(Apply online only) per day Contract: 2-3 months initially MLC Partners are working with an NHS Trust in London who is looking to recruit a Director of Marketing, Communications and Engagement on a short term contract. This post will be responsible for the strategic development and implementation of policies across a wide range of areas. You will be the lead and be responsible for a wide range of external and internal marketing and communications programmes and policy developments for the organisations. You will also lead the work and development of Communications, Marketing, Media and Public Relations for the organisation, working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders. The successful candidate should have: * Extensive and highly significant strategic and operational senior level management * Experience of developing and successfully delivering long term, measurable, strategic plans, on time and in budget * Experience of developing, managing and successfully delivering multiple marketing and communications projects at any one time * Significant experience of the development and implementation of media and digital policies, and of managing and implementing crisis communications * Significant Financial/Budget management experience (including authorised signatory) To apply, please submit your CV
Care Coordinator - OX3
Public Sector
£15.40 - £17.60/hour Negotiable
Oxfordshire Council are currently working alongside Spencer Clarke Group to recruit an Trusted Assessor (Adult Social Care Coordinator) The role is available on a Full - Time on an initial 3+ month contract with Oxfordshire Council based at John Radcliffe Hospital The Hourly rate is £15.40 to £17.60 Dependent upon experience we are hoping to get someone started as soon as possible MAIN DUTIES: * Be responsible for the caseload of an identified client group as allocated by the Practice Supervisor. * Work with clients/carers to identify needs and access services, referring to other agencies where applicable. To provide specific advice and information. * To assess for and provide equipment and adaptations which meet needs and reduces risk. * Promote safe and timely discharges from hospital to adult social care services. * Undertake assessment of need to determine eligibility for services in accordance with the Care Act guidance * Improve and maintain independence through the provision of a range of services, Re-enablement Services You will need to have experience of working in a care setting with the ability to generate good quality home care assessments including risk assessments and care plans. You will have tenacity, drive, excellent communication skills, be highly motivated alongside a strong desire to influence change. You will need to be able to engage people at all levels, and strive to achieve outcomes that create positive results. Please get in touch with Khalsa Singh at Spencer Clarke Group
Assistant Service Manager - Chertsey
Public Sector
£24 - £28/hour
Vascular Location: Chertsey Type: Temporary Duration: 3months and likely to be longer due to a view to extend Band: 8A Hours per week: Full time - 37.5 hours Salary: Negotiable, must be in line with Agenda for Change Job Description: Take a lead role in the timely, efficient and effective operational management of the Division, ensuring services are responsive, innovative and provided to a high standard. To meet agreed Trust plans and priorities within available resources and ensure that all access targets are met. To be a force for change, identifying new opportunities for service delivery and prospects for improvement by implementing the modernisation agenda. Duties: * Responsible for the operational management of the Division, ensuring the efficient and effective day to day running of the unit - matching resources to need with flexibility to respond to workload pressures. * Develop and deliver effective operational plans linked to the Division’s Business Plan, ensuring that national and Trust’s targets are met and where appropriate exceeded. * Contribute to the development and lead on the implementation of best practice, service modernisation and improvement plans and strategies in the Division. * Manage the operational implementation of new service initiatives, including liaising with stakeholders, writing operational policies. * In conjunction with the Deputy Associate Director, Associate Director, Divisional Director and Lead Clinicians for Urology, Vascular, Breast and Plastics develop an annual business plan for the Division in line with that for the overall Division, this will link directly with the work of the Business Development Division and will reflect the demand for services from the Trust, local and national trends and developments and the Trust’s strategic aims. * In collaboration with the Divisional Accountant lead and assist in the development of high quality business cases to secure resources for service developments for the Division, ensuring consultation with other Divisions and other corporate Departments as appropriate. * Analyse and utilise statistics and information to support the Associate Director and Divisional Director in planning and decision making. * Responsible for managing the delegated budget of the Division ensuring financial balance and identifying areas of overspend, cost pressures and savings. * In conjunction with the Deputy Associate Director, Associate Director, Divisional Director, Associate Director of Nursing and Lead Clinicians for Urology, Breast, Vascular and Plastics develop cost improvement programmes and income generation initiatives. * Line manage all senior administrative/secretarial staff within the Division in line with the Trust’s HR policies and procedures, providing annual appraisal and PDP planning. * Ensure responsibilities and objectives for direct reports are clearly defined - job descriptions are up to date and KSF’s are in place and that individuals are developed and well supported. * In conjunction with the Associate Directors of Nursing and Operations, regularly review establishments and skill mix across the Division to ensure staffing is appropriate for current and projected clinical demands and thus optimising value for money. * In partnership with HR, develop local strategies for the recruitment and retention of staff. Participate in recruitment processes and ensure that effective induction programmes are in place. Requirements: * Previous Assistant Service Manager or Service Manager experience * Educated to degree level with postgraduate management qualification or demonstrable equivalent experience. * Minimum of 3 years Health Care Management experience * Operational Management * Budget Management * Change Management * Service and Business Planning * Waiting list management * Understanding of NHS performance measures and the modernisation agenda * Understanding of medical rota management Additional Skills: * Ability to analyse/manipulate data and make recommendations * Ability to influence decision making with senior clinical staff * Ability to demonstrate sound judgement and act on own initiative * Ability to communicate with all staff in a multidisciplinary setting * Excellent presentation, verbal and written communication skills * Fully computer literate (Microsoft Office Package) * Knowledge of PAS
Cleaner - ST14
Public Sector
Cleaner required full time! duties include; - hoovering - polishing - toilets - dusting - emptying bins - Other duties as required this will suit a candidate with a bit more of an industrial cleaning background
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