Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (BCHC) have an exciting new opportunity for an Advanced Clinical Practitioner to become part of an exciting Multi-Disciplinary Team within the Adults and Specialist Rehabilitation Division. The role via the Trust Bank is to help clinically lead the Early Intervention/ Rapid Response Team and to develop the service.
The post holder will be expected to assess and review patients using the full range of advanced practice skills to ensure an optimum outcome for patients, with support from the designated consultants. As an Advanced Clinical Practitioner, the post holder will be expected to support the clinical leadership and to be a role model and mentor to other clinical staff. You will be required to be a non-medical prescriber as well as to respond to deteriorating patients, providing high quality clinical assessment and treatment intervention.
The post will be based at our Rapid Response/Early Intervention Team based at The Norman Power Centre in Birmingham.
We are currently looking to recruit a dynamic, enthusiastic, innovative, forward thinking and flexible ACP who will join the Multidisciplinary Team to assist in the prevention of avoidable acute hospital, in line with the overall objectives of the service.
The post holder will be expected to work multi professionally, support other team member’s roles and contribute to the future development of the Team.
As a Senior Clinician you will be able to demonstrate good leadership skills and the ability to independently make sound clinical and leadership judgements. You will regularly supervise junior colleagues.
Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust delivers a range of healthcare services across a number of sites and specialties and the Trust Bank provides temporary cover to cover shortfalls in staffing and to support the delivery of the service.
Be part of a Trust with an end of life service rated as ‘outstanding’ for in a recent CQC report with inspectors also noting how patients and carers praised staff for their ‘caring and compassionate nature’
Whether you are looking for regular extra work or occasional shifts to suit your lifestyle and other commitments then don’t miss this opportunity to come and be part of our team. We can offer challenging and exciting opportunities, whilst developing skills, knowledge and personal attributes.
The main delay in a recruitment process is often confirmation of Employment History or References. We would like to make you aware that if you are successful, the Trust requires contact details for referees who can confirm your employment and/or education for the last 3 years.
Be Part of Our Team...
Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (BCHC) has more than 5000 staff working across Birmingham and the West Midlands in a wide range of community nursing and specialist healthcare roles. BCHC delivers over 100 clinical services, in people's homes, health centres, clinics and inpatient facilities. We deliver a wide range of services for children, young people, parents and families as well as adults and community services, two community hospitals, services for people with learning disabilities, the internationally recognised West Midlands Rehabilitation Centre and one of Europe’s leading Dental Hospitals and School of Dentistry. We deliver all of this with a commitment to integrated, personalised care that is rooted in our local communities. We have an ambition to deliver outstanding, integrated care as one of the key NHS providers in the West Midlands.
If you want to ‘Be Part of Our Team’ and work with a Foundation Trust which is continuously striving for better care and healthier communities, we want to hear from you.
- Please ensure you check your Trac account regularly as this is how we will communicate with you during the shortlisting and selection process
- Please ensure all sections of the application form are completed fully. Please particularly ensure that you provide full details of all referees including business email address, telephone contact details and postal address
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Further details / informal visits contact
David Preston 0121 466 7435