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MDT Co-ordinator/Patient Pathway Facilitator

National Health Service

Stevenage, HC
2 days ago
Stevenage, HC
2 days ago

MDT Co-ordinator/Patient Pathway Facilitator

East and North Herts NHS Trust

The closing date is 16 March 2021

Job overview

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Cancer Servicesteam at ENHT

The successful candidate will manage and track referrals for patients with suspected and confirmed cancer to ensure that local and National cancer pathways and targets are met as well as facilitating and coordinating cancer MDT meetings on a weekly basis.

The ideal candidate will be able to work on their own initiative and be able towork autonomously, and have the ability to adapt to change while managing and prioritising a heavy workload, in a fast developing environment.

Main duties of the job

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

To ensure the patients are tracked through every stage of the patient pathway on a daily basis, to ensure diagnostic tests and any subsequent treatments are achieved within targets and escalate any potential delays in pathways which will result in CWT breaches as soon as these are identified, in accordance with the breach protocols.

To prepare, organize and facilitate MDT meetings ensuring all relevant information, notes, imaging, histology etc. are available for discussion. Ensure the Video conferencing links to other Trusts are set up prior to the MDT meetings and escalating any issues to relevant departments to ensure timely resolution that does not affect the MDT meeting.

To record accurate outcomes live in MDT and update cancer data base (Infoflex). Follow up outcomes from the MDT i.e. book outpatient appointments and contact patients to confirm as per protocols. Escalate potential delays in the patient pathway in a timely manner.

To ensure all CWT processes/protocols are implemented & actioned within the necessary timeframes in order to avoid breaches of the cancer pathway national timescales.

Alert MDT leads of potential breach dates for patients.

Prepare breach reports and timelines for all confirmed breaches, obtaining validation from consultants ensuring reports are submitted within required timeframes

To undertake weekly PTL (patient tracking lists) with their line manager and pro-actively monitor patients to ensure breaches do not occur.

To ensure early identification of potential breaches or delays within the patient pathway and ensure they are escalated appropriately to your line manager.

Participate in cover for absent colleagues Maintain a good knowledge of Trust Policies regarding Data Protection and security of Information and their application within the workplace.

Gain a good understanding of the roles of other MDT Co-coordinators within the team, to facilitate ease of cover arrangements in their absence Ensure the accurate and timely collection of National Mandatory data in line with National requirements guidelines

Skills:

Must possess strong interpersonal and communication skills in order to work effectively across organisational boundaries

Must work effectively with clinical and non clinical staff to facilitate the smooth pathway for all cancer services patients

To be able to record data accurately for validation purposes

Must have good keyboard skills to facilitate live data capture in MDT meetings.

To represent the Trust verbally and in written communication in a positive and professional way

To maintain and develop relationships within the department, the Trust, and with outside agencies. To support training and development within the team where appropriate and necessary.

Administrative Duties:

To maintain accurate filing systems (electronic and manual) to ensure efficiency in producing desired information in relation to mandatory Minimum data sets including CWT/COSD/National Audit.

To administer and facilitate the MDT meetings which involves booking of venues, the preparation of agendas and collation of case notes.

To document and circulate, patient treatment plans outcomes of MDT meetings and ensure that content of discussion within the MDT, is faxed/emailed to the GP after MDT meetings.

To attend weekly MDT meetings and maintain a record of attendance of the Multi-disciplinary team at MDT meetings inline with Peer review

To be conversant with the Patient Administration System, Radiology and Pathology systems, Infoflex databases and Microsoft suite of applications.

General:

To be flexible with working hours, in order to fit in with the MDT meeting schedules.

To assist in the training of newly appointed MDT Co-coordinators, supporting them during their induction A certain degree of manual handling is involved in the physical pulling and carrying of patients case notes.

The post holder will be constantly dealing with data and listening to discussions about cancer treatment and sometimes end of life care for patients, which at times can become emotionally draining.

To attend non-clinical Mandatory Training in line with Trust policy.

To work in accordance with all Trust and Directorate Policies.

To carry out other such duties commensurate with the grade of post as may be required by the Assistant Service Manger or the Cancer Manager To be responsible for the maintenance of absolute patient confidentiality and data protection at all times in accordance with Trust Policy

Person Specification

Knowledge

Essential

  • Working knowledge of MS word, excel databases, creating, saving and printing documents and reports.
  • Basic knowledge of cancer and it's management
  • Knowledge of medical terminology

Desirable

  • Knowledge of infoflex
  • Knowledge of CRIS
  • Knowledge of PAS
  • Understanding the patient pathway of care through an acute trust setting

Skills

Essential

  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Ability to work well under pressure
  • Ability to work methodically and accurately
  • Team player
  • Excellent verbal, written and numerical skills
  • Keyboard skills

Desirable

  • Understanding of cancer terminology
  • Ability to use and manipulate Trust I.T. systems across varied disciplines, pathology and radiology to identify patient information

Experience

Essential

  • Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team environment with a varied range of staff form Consultant to clinic clerks
  • Ability to prioritize workload and work to tight deadlines

Desirable

  • Worked in the NHS or health related setting
  • Ability to use patient administration systems such as PAS, CLINiCOM, CRIS
  • Experience of cancer services within the NHS

Qualifications

Essential

  • 5 GCSE or equivalent in English and Math
  • Excellent written and presentation skills
  • Computer literate Excel, databases, word

Desirable

  • RSA 1/2 typing or equivalent

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Employer details

Employer name

East and North Herts NHS Trust

Address

Lister Hospital

Coresy Mill Lane

Stevenage

SG1 4AB


Employer's website

https://www.enherts-tr.nhs.uk/

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Mammographer

National Health Service

Harpenden, HC
1 day ago
Harpenden, HC
1 day ago

Job Reference: J240-3862A

Employer:
Spire Healthcare Ltd
Department:
Imaging
Location:
Harpenden
Salary:
Band 7

Mammographer | Imaging | Band 6/7 | Part time – 22.5 hours | Harpenden, St Albans | Opportunity to train in CT

Spire Harpenden has a fantastic part time opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated Mammographer to join our Imaging Team. The Radiology team plays a vital role in providing excellent patient outcomes. The successful applicant will be rewarded with advancement opportunities and an interesting and varied role

Spire Harpenden Hospital offers comprehensive private hospital services in a comfortable and relaxed environment to patients from London and its northern counties - Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, and Buckinghamshire. As the largest employer in Harpenden, the hospital prides itself in offering excellence in clinical quality, customer service, and cleanliness. We have 5 state of the art Theatres and modern Surgical and Day Care Wards covering all major surgery, orthopedics, gynecology, plastics and medical patients amongst others.

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Provide highly skilled and specialized Mammography and general imaging for patients within the radiographic department. Provide specialized Mammography advice to patients
  • The post-holder should be a skilled Radiographer/Mammographer willing to rotate across other modalities
  • This role will provide the individual with the opportunity to build on and extend their clinical expertise.
  • Education and training are key elements of the department and therefore role extension and further learning is encouraged. Flexibility and innovation are fundamental to this role and strong communication skills are essential

Who we're looking for:

  • Current HCPC registration, UK based experience and a Degree in Radiography or its equivalent is essential
  • Post Graduate certificate Mammography
  • Experience in CT is a plus or the willingness learn
  • Experience of working in Theatre, X-ray, plain film imaging and fluoroscopy
  • Willingness to take part in the on call rota
  • Experience of working in partnership with consultants and participating in creating innovative solutions for a new service

Benefits:

We offer employees a competitive salary as well as a comprehensive benefits package which includes but is not limited to:

  • 35 days annual leave inclusive of bank holidays
  • Employer and employee contributory pension with flexible retirement options
  • ‘Spire for you’ reward platform - discount and cashback for over 1000 retailers
  • Free Bupa wellness screening
  • Private medical insurance
  • Life assurance
  • Save an average of £50 per month with our free onsite car park

Please see the attached benefits leaflet for more information.

We commit to our employees well-being through work life balance, on-going development, support and reward.

Spire Healthcare is a leading independent hospital group in the United Kingdom and the largest in terms of revenue. From 39 hospitals and 8 clinics across England, Wales and Scotland, Spire Healthcare provides diagnostics, inpatient, day case and outpatient care

For further information about this role or for an informal conversation about the range of career options available with Spire please contact Sherine Lowers @ sherine.lowers@spirehealthcare.com

For us, it's more than just treating patients; it's about looking after people.

Closing date: In order to streamline our recruitment process, we reserve the right to expire vacancies prior to the advertised closing date once we have received a sufficient number of applications


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Imaging Lead - 13 Month Fixed Term Contract

National Health Service

Enfield, London
3 days ago
Enfield, London
£38.89k - £44k Per Year
3 days ago
£38.89k - £44k Per Year

Job Reference: J215-SYS-35166

Employer:
BMI Healthcare
Location:
Enfield
Salary:
£38,890 - £44,000 + Benefits

Imaging Lead

Full Time - Non Permanent

£38,890 - £44,000 + Benefits

**Significant Sign On Bonus Available**

BMI Kings Oak & Cavell Hospitals in Enfield are part of Circle Health Group, Britain's leading provider of independent healthcare with a nationwide network of hospitals & clinics, performing more complex surgery than any other private healthcare provider in the country.

We have an opportunity for an Imaging Lead to join their team of staff in the Imaging department.

This is a Full time role for 37.5 hours a week. The role holder will be required to cover a flexible shift pattern. This is for a fixed term period of 13 months to cover maternity leave.

Applicants should meet the following criteria:

  • Degree or Diploma in Diagnostic Radiography.
  • Minimum of 2 years supervisory experience within a multi-modality imaging department and fully competent in CT and MRI.
  • A wide general radiographic background with expertise in one or more specialised area.
  • Knowledge of the healthcare service sector and the systems and processes used.
  • Aware of College of Radiographers and HCPC Code of Conduct / Accountability.

Duties of this role include:

  • Overseeing day to day clinical service delivery, with a high degree of professionalism; ensuring effective deployment of staff and provision of a high quality, responsive, patient focused service.
  • To ensure that high quality, responsive Diagnostic Imaging services are delivered to meet the needs of all customers and the business.
  • To maintain ongoing dialogue with Consultant Radiologists on all clinical aspects of Imaging service delivery and support the Director of Clinical Services (DCS) in ensuring sessional use is maximised.
  • To support the DCS by attending meetings (minimum annual) with Radiologists to discuss clinical and operational issues.

Salary & Benefits:

Circle Health Group is committed to offering competitive starting salaries alongside access to a wide range of employee benefits, including:

  • Private Medical Insurance
  • Private Pension Scheme
  • 25 days holiday a year increasing to 30 days
  • Enhanced Maternity, Paternity & Adoption Leave
  • Employee Referral Scheme
  • Learning and development; free courses and industry recognised qualifications
  • Friends & Family Hospital Discounts
  • NHS Blue Light Discount Card
  • Plus much more

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Diagnostic Imaging Lead - MRI, General and Theatre Radiographer

One Healthcare Partners Limited

Hatfield, HC
30+ days ago
Hatfield, HC
30+ days ago

About One Healthcare in Hatfield

At One Healthcare, we are very proud of the exceptional level of service we deliver and the way we look after our team. We are always on the lookout for exceptional people who can connect with our culture and values to help us write the next chapter of the One Healthcare Group story. If you relish a challenge and want to work in an industry leading facility with like-minded individuals, One Healthcare is right for you.

About the Hospital

One Hatfield Hospital is Hertfordshire's newest private hospital and has the very latest technology ensuring that our operating theatres provide patients and employees with the very best environment to keep them safe and free from infection.

Our private hospital is home to the latest theatres, luxury en-suite bedrooms, specialist rehabilitation Physiotherapy and outpatient diagnostic facilities including fast-track access to X-ray, CT, MRI and ultrasound.

One Hatfield is ideally located for candidates around the Hatfield, St Albans, Stevenage, Watford, North London, Essex and throughout Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.

Diagnostic Imaging Lead - MRI, General and Theatre Radiographer

At One Healthcare, we are very proud of the exceptional level of service we deliver and the way we look after our team. We are always on the lookout for exceptional people who can connect with our culture and values to help us write the next chapter of the One Healthcare Group story. If you relish a challenge and want to work in an industry leading facility with like-minded individuals, One Healthcare is right for you.

One Hatfield Hospital, Hertfordshire has a vacancy for a Diagnostic Imaging Lead with experience and skills to train and work in MRI, General, X-ray and Theatre Radiography.

Duties & Responsibilities:

• To provide MRI, General, X-ray and Theatre radiographer along with ensuring compliance with IRMER regulations. Assumes professional responsibility for the delivery of patient care in the radiography and Theatre department.

• Deliver a high standard of individualised patient care, being sensitive to patients needs for dignity and privacy

• Ensure that the agreed standards of patient care and confidentiality are maintained in accordance with company policies

• Promote clinical excellence at all times

• Lead the implementation of departmental action plans as a result of clinical audit and review

Hours:

37.5 hrs Fully flexible Monday to Sunday. On call commitment

Salary:

Negotiable dependant on experience

Interview Dates

TBC

Experience

• Proven ability to work effectively in a multi-disciplinary team environment and independently as required

• At least 5 years management experience

• Proven ability to lead and motivate a clinical services team

• Ideally private hospital experience

• Demonstrable knowledge and skills in the area of clinical practice

• Experience of working in an imaging department with the opportunity to consolidate skills

Skills

• Flexibility and adaptability to meet the changing needs of the business

• Demonstrated Customer Service skills

• Sound computer skills using MS Office Suite and web based reporting systems PACS/RIS

• Sound written numerical and verbal communication skills

• Significant experience of staff leadership, and supervision within an imaging department

• Enthusiasm for providing high quality patient care

• Demonstrable knowledge and skills in the area of clinical practice

• Planning and organisational skills

• Commercial and financial awareness

Desirables

• Worked in an imaging department within the private sector

• Degree or diploma in Radiography

• Registered with the HCPC

• Ideally a Member of the Society and College of Radiographers (SCoR)

Clinical Services

• Provide high quality individualised imaging services for patients, being sensitive to patients needs for dignity and privacy

• Control radiation doses to patients and staff in line with As Low As Reasonably Practical (ALARP)

• Ensures that the agreed standards of patient care and confidentiality are maintained in accordance with company policies

• Adhere to HCPC & SCoR code of conduct and guidelines patients needs for dignity and privacy

Teamwork and Communication

• Demonstrate the ability to work both independently and within a team structure

• Behave in a friendly and supportive manner to other employees

• Work collaboratively and cooperatively with all members of the team

• Resolve any workplace conflict in a professional manner through the correct organisational processes

• Assist new members of staff to effectively perform their role

• Demonstrate good communication skills

• Liaise with colleagues and stakeholders and report outcomes or needs to the relevant manager or team leader

• Attend departmental meetings and read relevant communications while contributing to improving standards of services in line with the needs of the business

Customer Service

• Treat all customers with respect and equality whilst meeting all aspects of our services in a timely and professional manner

• Promote clinical excellence at all times

• Be actively involved in development and implementation of clinical governance and risk management plans

• Oversee care delivery and co-ordinate activities of the team to optimise patient outcomes with available resources whilst complying with regulatory and statutory requirements

• Where required develop and implement action plans as a result of clinical audit and reviews

• Support the Director of Clinical Services in the identification, review and management of the service in line with changes in clinical practice, SCoR &/or HCPC standards, regulatory authority requirements including CQC, insurance companies and company policies and procedures

• Accountable for all direct reports

• Proactively manage health, safety and wellbeing of team members and treat employees fairly, equitably and with respect

• Select, appoint, support and retain the most appropriately qualified and experienced candidates to Radiography positions

• Ensure new employees are inducted to One Ashford, the organisation and their department in a timely and professional manner

• Conduct annual appraisal & performance development reviews with all direct reports on an annual basis or more frequently if required and for new employees within the probation period

• Facilitate employees attendance at all relevant mandatory training sessions, e.g. manual handling and emergency procedures, in line with legislative and company requirements

• Support clinical supervision

• Ensure training needs are identified and training plans in place to meet individual, professional and organisational needs and that education and professional development activities are aligned with strategic direction and requirements of the hospital

• Promote and encourage the professional development of all clinical staff

• Recognise and tolerate individual differences in others including gender, sexual preferences, age, disability and culture in line with companys Equal Opportunities and Dignity at Work policies

• Maintain communication networks with key senior managers, staff and other stakeholders so that quality business outcomes are achieved

• Dress and personal presentation reflect the requirements of the companys Dress Code

• Promote the services and people of the hospital to both internal and external clients

• Promote best practice in line with organisational policies and procedures

• Be involved and support quality projects being undertaken in the department and the organisation

• Participate in the annual continuous improvement/risk management plan to ensure patient safety

• Participate in reviews of patient experience feedback and complaints to identify opportunities for improvements and to remain responsive to patients views

Measurable Outcomes

• 100% appraisals conducted

• 100% clinical staff completed mandatory training

Benefits

We listen to what our employees want and regularly evaluate our staff benefits. As well as competitive pay and job satisfaction you will also benefit from:

5 weeks holiday plus bank holidays, pro rata for part time

Contributory pension scheme Up to 5% employer contribution access through an online pension account

Death in service payment 3x your annual salary from the 1st day of your employment

Free parking

Exclusive retails discounts at multi retailers

Employee Assistance Programme 24/7 free and confidential counselling

Private medical insurance with option to add family members

Free life assurance

Free uniform

Free eye test and voucher towards costs of eye-care

Free annual Flu jab

Training and development opportunities

Wide range of training courses available to all employees

An organisation that strives to promote our people internally

Career development and progression opportunities

Flexible working options

Staff social events

Wellbeing events

Pay enhancements for unsocial hours

Staff newsletter

Free tea and coffee

Refer a friend recruitment scheme (currently£1000)

One Hatfield Recruiting Process

One Hatfield Hospital reserves the right to remove job adverts before the closing date.

At One Hatfield Hospital we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive working environment. We strive to create a workforce that reflects the communities we serve and are proud to be an equal opportunities employer.

Any offers of employment made by One Hatfield Hospital for this/these position(s) will be subject to proof of eligibility to work in the UK and receipt of a satisfactory DBS Certificate from the Disclosure & Barring Service. Information about the DBS checks could be found at https://www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-check

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General Rotational Radiographer in Theatres, X-Ray, MRI, (Bank Contract)

One Healthcare Partners Limited

Hatfield, HC
30+ days ago
Hatfield, HC
30+ days ago

About One Healthcare in Hatfield

At One Healthcare, we are very proud of the exceptional level of service we deliver and the way we look after our team. We are always on the lookout for exceptional people who can connect with our culture and values to help us write the next chapter of the One Healthcare Group story. If you relish a challenge and want to work in an industry leading facility with like-minded individuals, One Healthcare is right for you.

About the Hospital

One Hatfield Hospital is Hertfordshire's newest private hospital and has the very latest technology ensuring that our operating theatres provide patients and employees with the very best environment to keep them safe and free from infection.

Our private hospital is home to the latest theatres, luxury en-suite bedrooms, specialist rehabilitation Physiotherapy and outpatient diagnostic facilities including fast-track access to X-ray, CT, MRI and ultrasound.

One Hatfield is ideally located for candidates around the Hatfield, St Albans, Stevenage, Watford, North London, Essex and throughout Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.

Job Title

General Rotational Radiographer including Theatres, X-Ray and MRI, (Bank Contract)

General Rotational Radiographer including Theatres, X-Ray and MRI, all modalities (Bank contract)

Support the Director of Clinical Services and Diagnostic Imaging Lead in the identification, review and management of the service in line with changes in clinical practice, SCOR &/or HCPC standards, regulatory authority requirements including CQC, insurance companies and company policies and procedures.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Under the overall supervision of the Diagnostic Imaging Lead, to work as a member of the radiology imaging team to provide an efficient, high quality radiographic service in all modalities.

Assumes professional responsibility for the delivery of patient care in the radiology and Theatre department.

To have specialist knowledge of all radiographic specific procedures and practises.

To work to high levels of specialist expertise in radiology, demonstrating the practical application of professional skills that are underpinned by a robust theoretical knowledge.

To be aware of legislation relevant to radiology and to work to best practice guidelines at all times.

To use analytical judgement and interpretational skills to assess the appropriate action to take when presented with a range of professional options.

Whilst working within clearly defined occupational standards, protocols and professional guidelines, be prepared to exercise a degree of freedom to act when clinical findings indicate a need to do so.

On a day to day basis, to be able to apply organisational and planning skills in the allocating and re-allocating of time and resources to meet rapidly changing operational and clinical requirements.

In addition to being responsible for his/her own professional actions, the post holder must be able to work unsupervised as a member of a multidisciplinary team.

As required, to supervise the work of other qualified staff, students and support workers performing duties within areas of the Department.

To assist the administrative team in the course of their work and via liaison with secretarial staff, maximise patient throughput via the appointments system.

Ensure untoward incidents, technical and equipment problems are reported.

To have specialist knowledge of all radiographic specific procedures and practises.

Maintain equipment and waiting area to highest standards.

To communicate in a concise and appropriate manner, complex information regarding radiology procedures to other hospital staff, patients and relatives.

Liaise with Radiologists and key referrers to ensure smooth, efficient service to patients and customers.

To be able to provide reassurance and overcome patient concerns and barriers to understanding in order to obtain the level of co-operation required to achieve a successful outcome to radiology procedures.

To work and communicate efficiently with other members of staff throughout the hospital and beyond to assist in the provision of an efficient radiology service.

To be responsible for the correct care and use of equipment and resources generally throughout the department but with a particular emphasis on the specialist equipment used in radiology.

To be responsible for entering pre-determined clinical data and such additional, professional observations as may be appropriate onto computer based systems such as the Radiology Information System (RIS).

To supply and/or administer medicines using Patient Group Directions, without compromising patient safety.

After appropriate, recognised and documented training, be prepared to perform the intravenous administration of contrast media, strictly adhering to agreed protocols and procedures. To maintain and update the skills required to administer intravenous contrast media and to be aware of the clinical hazards and emergencies that such injections can induce.

To be able to work to the highest levels of professional competence, whilst at the same time having the provide the maximum degree of physical, emotional and mental effort required to perform accurate examinations on patients who can be critically injured terminally ill or otherwise immobile and unable to offer any assistance.

To show evidence to maintenance of general technical and professional skills, and participation in Continuous Professional Development to such a level required to remain eligible for registration by the Health Professions Councils.

To have a flexible approach to working hours and be prepared to participate fully in shifts, extended working day and on-call working rotas and schedules as may be required.

To be required to carry out duties appropriate to role and grade in any area of the Radiology departments if exceptional circumstances make this necessary.

To take part in regular performance appraisals.

To attend and participate in departmental meetings as deemed necessary by the Diagnostic Imaging Lead.

To assist the Diagnostic Imaging Lead in the monitoring of existing processes and procedures and to participate as required in the development and introduction of revised improved methods of service delivery.

Be prepared to participate in on-going audit activities within the radiology department and to suggest appropriate subjects for such activities for consideration by the Diagnostic Imaging Lead.

To contribute to and work within a safe working environment.

The post holder is expected to comply with One Healthcare Infection Control Policies and conduct him/herself at all times in such a manner as to minimise the risk of healthcare associated infection.

Hours:

Shifts allocated as required. Flexible Monday to Sunday. On call commitment

Experience

Proven ability to work effectively in a multi-disciplinary team environment and independently as required

Demonstrable knowledge and skills in the area of clinical practice

Experience of working in an imaging department with the opportunity to consolidate skills

Promote clinical excellence at all times

Be actively involved in development and implementation of clinical governance and risk management plans

Optimise patient outcomes with available resources whilst complying with regulatory and statutory requirements

Where required develop and implement action plans as a result of clinical audit and reviews

Proactively supportive of health, safety and wellbeing of team members and treat employees fairly, equitably and with respect

Ensure training needs are identified and training plans in place to meet individual, professional and organisational needs and that education and professional development activities are aligned with strategic direction and requirements of the hospital

Promote and encourage the professional development of all clinical staff

Skills

- Flexibility and adaptability to meet the changing needs of the business

- Demonstrated Customer Service skills

- Sound computer skills using MS Office Suite and web based reporting systems PACS/RIS

- Sound written numerical and verbal communication skills

Desirables

- Worked in an imaging department within the private sector

- Member of the SCOR

Clinical Services

Provide high quality individualised imaging services for patients, being sensitive to patients needs for dignity and privacy

Control radiation doses to patients and staff in line with As Low As Reasonably Practical (ALARP)

Ensures that the agreed standards of patient care and confidentiality are maintained in accordance with company policies

Adhere to HCPC & SCOR code of conduct and guidelines patients needs for dignity and privacy

Teamwork and Communication

Demonstrate the ability to work both independently and within a team structure

Behave in a friendly and supportive manner to other employees

Work collaboratively and cooperatively with all members of the team

Resolve any workplace conflict in a professional manner through the correct organisational processes

Assist new members of staff to effectively perform their role

Demonstrate good communication skills

Liaise with colleagues and stakeholders and report outcomes or needs to the relevant manager or team leader

Attend departmental meetings and read relevant communications while contributing to improving standards of services in line with the needs of the business

Customer Service

Treat all customers with respect and equality whilst meeting all aspects of our services in a timely and professional manner

Recognise and tolerate individual differences in others including gender, sexual preferences, age, disability and culture in line with company's Equal Opportunities and Dignity at Work policies

Maintain communication networks with key senior managers, staff and other stakeholders so that quality business outcomes are achieved

Dress and personal presentation reflect the requirements of the company's Dress Code

Promote the services and people of the hospital to both internal and external clients

Promote best practice in line with organisational policies and procedures

Be involved and support quality projects being undertaken in the department and the organisation

Participate in the annual continuous improvement/risk management plan to ensure patient safety

Participate in reviews of patient experience feedback and complaints to identify opportunities for improvements and to remain responsive to patients views.

Salary:

Negotiable dependant on experience

Interview Dates

TBC

Benefits

We listen to what our employees want and regularly evaluate our staff benefits. As well as competitive pay and job satisfaction youll also benefit from:

Holiday pay accrued and paid monthly

Contributory pension scheme Up to 5% employer contribution access through an online pension account

Free parking

Exclusive retails discounts at multi retailers

Employee Assistance Programme 24/7 free and confidential counselling

Free life assurance

Free uniform

Free annual Flu jab

Training and development opportunities

Wide range of training courses available to all employees

An organisation that strives to promote our people internally

Career development and progression opportunities

Flexible working options

Staff social events

Wellbeing events

Pay enhancements for unsocial hours

Staff newsletter

Free tea and Coffee

One Hatfield Recruiting Process

One Hatfield Hospital reserves the right to remove job adverts before the closing date.

At One Hatfield Hospital we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive working environment. We strive to create a workforce that reflects the communities we serve and are proud to be an equal opportunities employer.

Any offers of employment made by One Hatfield Hospital for this/these position(s) will be subject to proof of eligibility to work in the UK and receipt of a satisfactory DBS Certificate from the Disclosure & Barring Service. Information about the DBS checks could be found at https://www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-check

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Rotational Radiographer including Theatres, MRI, X-Ray all modalities

One Healthcare Partners Limited

Hatfield, HC
30+ days ago
Hatfield, HC
30+ days ago

About One Healthcare in Hatfield

At One Healthcare, we are very proud of the exceptional level of service we deliver and the way we look after our team. We are always on the lookout for exceptional people who can connect with our culture and values to help us write the next chapter of the One Healthcare Group story. If you relish a challenge and want to work in an industry leading facility with like-minded individuals, One Healthcare is right for you.

About the Hospital

One Hatfield Hospital is Hertfordshire's newest private hospital and has the very latest technology ensuring that our operating theatres provide patients and employees with the very best environment to keep them safe and free from infection.

Our private hospital is home to the latest theatres, luxury en-suite bedrooms, specialist rehabilitation Physiotherapy and outpatient diagnostic facilities including fast-track access to X-ray, CT, MRI and ultrasound.

One Hatfield is ideally located for candidates around the Hatfield, St Albans, Stevenage, Watford, North London, Essex and throughout Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.

Job Title

Rotational Radiographer including Theatres, MRI, X-Ray all modalities

General Rotational Radiographer including Theatres, X-Ray and MRI

Support the Director of Clinical Services and Diagnostic Imaging Lead in the identification, review and management of the service in line with changes in clinical practice, SCOR &/or HCPC standards, regulatory authority requirements including CQC, insurance companies and company policies and procedures.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Under the overall supervision of the Diagnostic Imaging Lead, to work as a member of the radiology imaging team to provide an efficient, high quality radiographic service.

Assumes professional responsibility for the delivery of patient care in the radiology and Theatre department.

To have specialist knowledge of all radiographic specific procedures and practises.

To work to high levels of specialist expertise in radiology, demonstrating the practical application of professional skills that are underpinned by a robust theoretical knowledge.

To be aware of legislation relevant to radiology and to work to best practice guidelines at all times.

To use analytical judgement and interpretational skills to assess the appropriate action to take when presented with a range of professional options.

Whilst working within clearly defined occupational standards, protocols and professional guidelines, be prepared to exercise a degree of freedom to act when clinical findings indicate a need to do so.

On a day to day basis, to be able to apply organisational and planning skills in the allocating and re-allocating of time and resources to meet rapidly changing operational and clinical requirements.

In addition to being responsible for his/her own professional actions, the post holder must be able to work unsupervised as a member of a multidisciplinary team.

As required, to supervise the work of other qualified staff, students and support workers performing duties within areas of the Department.

To assist the administrative team in the course of their work and via liaison with secretarial staff, maximise patient throughput via the appointments system.

Ensure untoward incidents, technical and equipment problems are reported.

To have specialist knowledge of all radiographic specific procedures and practises.

Maintain equipment and waiting area to highest standards.

To communicate in a concise and appropriate manner, complex information regarding radiology procedures to other hospital staff, patients and relatives.

Liaise with Radiologists and key referrers to ensure smooth, efficient service to patients and customers.

To be able to provide reassurance and overcome patient concerns and barriers to understanding in order to obtain the level of co-operation required to achieve a successful outcome to radiology procedures.

To work and communicate efficiently with other members of staff throughout the hospital and beyond to assist in the provision of an efficient radiology service.

To be responsible for the correct care and use of equipment and resources generally throughout the department but with a particular emphasis on the specialist equipment used in radiology.

To be responsible for entering pre-determined clinical data and such additional, professional observations as may be appropriate onto computer based systems such as the Radiology Information System (RIS).

To supply and/or administer medicines using Patient Group Directions, without compromising patient safety.

After appropriate, recognised and documented training, be prepared to perform the intravenous administration of contrast media, strictly adhering to agreed protocols and procedures. To maintain and update the skills required to administer intravenous contrast media and to be aware of the clinical hazards and emergencies that such injections can induce.

To be able to work to the highest levels of professional competence, whilst at the same time having the provide the maximum degree of physical, emotional and mental effort required to perform accurate examinations on patients who can be critically injured terminally ill or otherwise immobile and unable to offer any assistance.

To show evidence to maintenance of general technical and professional skills, and participation in Continuous Professional Development to such a level required to remain eligible for registration by the Health Professions Councils.

To have a flexible approach to working hours and be prepared to participate fully in shifts, extended working day and on-call working rotas and schedules as may be required.

To be required to carry out duties appropriate to role and grade in any area of the Radiology departments if exceptional circumstances make this necessary.

To take part in regular performance appraisals.

To attend and participate in departmental meetings as deemed necessary by the Diagnostic Imaging Lead.

To assist the Diagnostic Imaging Lead in the monitoring of existing processes and procedures and to participate as required in the development and introduction of revised improved methods of service delivery.

Be prepared to participate in on-going audit activities within the radiology department and to suggest appropriate subjects for such activities for consideration by the Diagnostic Imaging Lead.

To contribute to and work within a safe working environment.

The post holder is expected to comply with One Healthcare Infection Control Policies and conduct him/herself at all times in such a manner as to minimise the risk of healthcare associated infection.

Hours:

37.5 hrs Flexible Monday to Sunday. On call commitment

Experience

Proven ability to work effectively in a multi-disciplinary team environment and independently as required

Demonstrable knowledge and skills in the area of clinical practice

Experience of working in an imaging department with the opportunity to consolidate skills

Promote clinical excellence at all times

Be actively involved in development and implementation of clinical governance and risk management plans

Optimise patient outcomes with available resources whilst complying with regulatory and statutory requirements

Where required develop and implement action plans as a result of clinical audit and reviews

Proactively supportive of health, safety and wellbeing of team members and treat employees fairly, equitably and with respect

Ensure training needs are identified and training plans in place to meet individual, professional and organisational needs and that education and professional development activities are aligned with strategic direction and requirements of the hospital

Promote and encourage the professional development of all clinical staff

Skills

- Flexibility and adaptability to meet the changing needs of the business

- Demonstrated Customer Service skills

- Sound computer skills using MS Office Suite and web based reporting systems PACS/RIS

- Sound written numerical and verbal communication skills

Desirables

- Worked in an imaging department within the private sector

- Member of the SCOR

Clinical Services

Provide high quality individualised imaging services for patients, being sensitive to patients needs for dignity and privacy

Control radiation doses to patients and staff in line with As Low As Reasonably Practical (ALARP)

Ensures that the agreed standards of patient care and confidentiality are maintained in accordance with company policies

Adhere to HCPC & SCOR code of conduct and guidelines patients needs for dignity and privacy

Teamwork and Communication

Demonstrate the ability to work both independently and within a team structure

Behave in a friendly and supportive manner to other employees

Work collaboratively and cooperatively with all members of the team

Resolve any workplace conflict in a professional manner through the correct organisational processes

Assist new members of staff to effectively perform their role

Demonstrate good communication skills

Liaise with colleagues and stakeholders and report outcomes or needs to the relevant manager or team leader

Attend departmental meetings and read relevant communications while contributing to improving standards of services in line with the needs of the business

Customer Service

Treat all customers with respect and equality whilst meeting all aspects of our services in a timely and professional manner

Recognise and tolerate individual differences in others including gender, sexual preferences, age, disability and culture in line with company's Equal Opportunities and Dignity at Work policies

Maintain communication networks with key senior managers, staff and other stakeholders so that quality business outcomes are achieved

Dress and personal presentation reflect the requirements of the company's Dress Code

Promote the services and people of the hospital to both internal and external clients

Promote best practice in line with organisational policies and procedures

Be involved and support quality projects being undertaken in the department and the organisation

Participate in the annual continuous improvement/risk management plan to ensure patient safety

Participate in reviews of patient experience feedback and complaints to identify opportunities for improvements and to remain responsive to patients views.

Salary:

Negotiable dependant on experience

Interview Dates

TBC

Benefits

We listen to what our employees want and regularly evaluate our staff benefits. As well as competitive pay and job satisfaction you'll also benefit from:

5 weeks holiday plus bank holidays, pro rata for part time

Contributory pension scheme Up to 5% employer contribution access through an online pension account

Death in service payment 3x your annual salary from the 1st day of your employment

Free parking

Exclusive retails discounts at multi retailers

Employee Assistance Programme 24/7 free and confidential counselling

Private medical insurance with option to add family members

Free life assurance

Free uniform

Free eye test and voucher towards costs of eye-care

Free annual Flu jab

Training and development opportunities

Wide range of training courses available to all employees

An organisation that strives to promote our people internally

Career development and progression opportunities

Flexible working options

Staff social events

Wellbeing events

Pay enhancements for unsocial hours

Staff newsletter

Free tea and coffee

Refer a friend recruitment scheme (currently£1000)

One Hatfield Recruiting Process

One Hatfield Hospital reserves the right to remove job adverts before the closing date.

At One Hatfield Hospital we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive working environment. We strive to create a workforce that reflects the communities we serve and are proud to be an equal opportunities employer.

Any offers of employment made by One Hatfield Hospital for this/these position(s) will be subject to proof of eligibility to work in the UK and receipt of a satisfactory DBS Certificate from the Disclosure & Barring Service. Information about the DBS checks could be found at https://www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-check

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Senior Cross Sectional Radiographer

National Health Service

Hemel Hempstead, HC
3 days ago
Hemel Hempstead, HC
3 days ago

Senior Cross Sectional Radiographer

OSD Healthcare

The closing date is 08 March 2021

Job overview

We are seeking qualified and experienced Senior Cross Sectional Radiographers to join our Imaging Team who are dedicated in delivering outstanding care to our patients. The successful candidate will assist in the provision of a high quality and effective diagnostic imaging and personalised service, whilst assuring the optimum quality of care for patients.

Main duties of the job

Applicants should have an understanding of a Senior Radiographer role including cross sectional imaging and be able to demonstrate strong team work, excellent communication, effective planning, organisation and supervisory skills.

About us

At OSD Healthcare, we are a pioneering a new approach to private healthcare. Our flagship outpatient, dental, physio and diagnostic clinic features state-of-the-art equipment and an exceptional, quality environment for patients and staff.

We have recently opened our brand new Ambulatory Surgical Unit which has a 9 bedded case ward.

Situated in Hemel Hempstead with free on-site parking and easy access to the M1 and M25, this is a unique opportunity to join a growing organisation to shape our services to deliver the outstanding care we are dedicated to providing for our patients.

Benefits - Group Pension, eye care vouchers, retail discount vouchers through Edenred My Work/Life Solutions portal, discount on Bourne Leisure holidays, discount at Hollywood Bowl and Hemel Ski Centre, staff membership scheme (discounts on healthcare) and access to EAP (Health Assured). Free Parking on site.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Reports to:Diagnostic Imaging Manager

Accountable to:Diagnostic Imaging Manager

Key Relationships:

  • All staff
  • Radiologists,
  • Consultants
  • GPs

Location:OSD Healthcare (OSDH), Hemel Hempstead

Summary of Position: The role of Senior Radiographer at OSD Healthcare will be to assist in the provision of a high quality and effective diagnostic imaging and personalised service, whilst assuring the optimum quality of care for patients.

Key Responsibilities

1.Undertake Radiographic and imaging examinations as required

2.Maintain a high standard of Radiography services to patients and staff in other Departments at all times, in terms of courtesy, kindness, interest and efficiency

3.Ensure that Radiation Protection Rules are applied at all times and to be familiar with and obey Ionising Radiation Regulations (2017) and Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations (2017) and observe Departmental local rules and protocols concerning ionising radiation

4.Take part in routine daily inspection of equipment and quality assurance procedures, reporting any deficiencies or malfunction to the appropriate manager

5.Keep up-to-date with current techniques and developments in Radiographic and Imaging procedures. Endeavour to achieve a high standard of image quality by;

-Following exposure charts

-Checking images thoroughly and following assessment guidelines where appropriate

-Seeking advice from more senior staff when necessary

6.Take responsibility for keeping the department in general, and specifically work area, clean, tidy and safe

7.Have flexible approach to work so that all patients can be facilitated as necessary

8.Ensure the policies and procedures of OSDH Clinic are applied and adhered to

9.To supervise and train HCA staff

10.Ensure effective and economic use of resources and report all occurrences of defects which may affect health and safety

11.Facilitate departmental efficiency by assuming the responsibilities of a more senior Radiographer. This should only apply for a limited period.

12.Liaise and communicate with all other staff in a courteous and helpful manner at all times

13.Participate in Departmental Individual Performance Review

14.Take responsibility for his/her own professional development in the role, in accordance with Continual Professional Development (CPD) requirements

15.Take an active part in departmental quality initiatives, quality assurance programmes and audit and research projects

16.The post holder should be familiar with and abide by the following:

-All present and future local, Departmental and National Quality and Patient Care Standards

-The Society of Radiographers and HCPC Codes of Professional Conduct for Radiographers

-Health and Safety at Work and COSHH Regulations.

17.Participate in flexible working arrangements to include working on evenings/weekends and Bank holidays/shift rotas subject to the needs of the department

18.To ensure that complaints and incidents are dealt with appropriately and reported to a senior member of staff in accordance with departmental and OSDH.

19.To carry out any other duties as required by your manager or the service needs

20.Demonstrate a positive commitment to our values in all aspects of work

21.To undertake any other relevant duties as required in the post

22.To work flexibly as part of the team and to undertake any other relevant duties as required in the post.

General

23.Always work within all the companys policies and procedures including those relating to information governance, clinical governance, health and safety, safeguarding, and equality and diversity.

24.All employees have a responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and adults. Further guidance can be sought from local policies and procedures and your designated organisational lead.

25.Demonstrate a positive commitment to our values and a genuine focus on delivering high quality care and service to patients.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES (For all Staff)

In addition to the specific responsibilities set out within this job description, OSD Healthcare has the following expectations of all staff:

Customer Care

The post-holder must act in such a way to promote a positive image of OSD Healthcare at all times. It is expected that all staff members reflect the values of the organisation:

Collaboration: We work together as a team with our patients, partners and colleagues to achieve the best outcomes for all.

Courage: We think differently and are not afraid to innovate to bring progression to what we do and how we do it.

Empathy: We are aware of those around us and are observant and responsive to their feelings and needs. We always act with compassion.

Simplicity: We are clear in everything we do and how we do it. We are free from complexity and complication. We are friendly, approachable and easy to do business with.

Wisdom: We are knowledgeable and experienced and show insight, understanding and good judgment at all times.

Confidentiality

Staff must at all times maintain confidentiality on information gained in the course of their duties.

Information Governance

All staff have a personal responsibility to ensure that person identifiable, confidential or sensitive information is processed in line with the Data Protection Act (2018), General Data Protection Regulations (EU) 2016, the Human Rights Act (2000) and other requirements such as the Caldicott principles.

All staff must be aware of the requirements to ensure there is no breach or unauthorised disclosure.

Health & Safety at Work

In accordance with the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1992 (as amended) and other relevant Health and Safety legislation, staff have a duty to take responsible care to avoid injury to themselves and to others by their work activities, and to co-operate with the organisation and others in meeting statutory and mandatory requirements.

Infection Prevention & Control

It is the responsibility of all staff to ensure high quality patient care is based upon principles of best practice in infection prevention and control. All staff must fully co-operate in achieving compliance with safe systems of work when undertaking activities that present a risk of the spread of infection.

Safeguarding of Children and Adults at Risk

Post holders have a general responsibility for safeguarding children and adults at risk in the course of their daily duties and for ensuring that they are aware of the specific duties relating to their role. The expectation is that the post holder is familiar with the relevant procedures and guidelines relevant to their job role.

Statutory & Mandatory Training

All staff are required to complete mandatory training as deemed appropriate by OSD Healthcare.

Appraisal

All staff have a responsibility to participate in regular appraisal with their manager / team leader.

Meetings

Staff are expected to attend meetings, as required.

Policies, Procedures & Guidelines

All staff must be aware of and adhere to all relevant OSD Healthcare policies, procedures and guidelines.

Whistleblowing - Raising Concerns

It is the responsibility of all staff to raise any concerns if they reasonably believe that one or more of the following is either happening, has taken place, or is likely to happen in the future relating to the companys business:

A criminal offence

The breach of a legal obligation

A miscarriage of justice

A danger to the health and safety of any individual

Damage to the environment

Deliberate attempt to conceal any of the above.

Any other legitimate concerns

For all posts requiring professional registration

Staff required by law to maintain professional registration must ensure that registration does not lapse at any stage of employment with OSD Healthcare.

Additional Information

Equality & Diversity

OSD Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Its policy is to treat everyone in the same way regardless of their race, religion, nationality, marital/parental status, disability, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation or age. The Company values the diversity of its work force as strength and aims to provide a working environment in which people have the opportunity to contribute and develop according to their individual merits and aspirations.

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • Diploma of College of Radiographers/BSc Radiography or equivalent
  • HCPC registered

Experience

Essential

  • Minimum of 2 years post qualification experience

Desirable

  • Awareness of quality and clinical audit and statistical analysis

Knowledge and Skills

Essential

  • Excellent understanding of the role of a senior Radiographer
  • Excellent understanding or cross sectional imaging
  • Up to date knowledge of current professional issues
  • Evidence of commitment to Continued Professional Development
  • Evidence of participation in relevant service improvement

Desirable

  • Experience in cross sectional radiography

Quality/Attributes/Other

Essential

  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Ability to use own initiative
  • Effective communication skills to meet the needs of the post in full
  • Effective planning and organisational skills with an ability to prioritise own workload
  • Ability to supervise and take responsibility for more junior staff.
  • Ambassador for the brand, who puts the patient first in all they do.
  • Articulate and Confident Communicator
  • Demonstrates OSDH Values
  • High levels of engagement.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

OSD Healthcare

Address

One Medical House

Boundary Way

Hemel Hempstead

HP2 7YU


Employer's website

https://osdhealthcare.co.uk/

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IT Helpdesk Technical Support

Dupen

Stevenage, HC
18 days ago
Stevenage, HC
18 days ago

1st line technical support / service desk analyst required to join a busy helpdesk support team at this award-winning systems company. You will be supporting external clients using the company’s hardware and software systems, together with general 1st line IT support.

IT Helpdesk Support Analyst – the Role: 

Taking ownership of support calls, you will be providing remote support to a wide-range of commercial clients in the U.S.. Full training will be given; the roles focus on mostly Software / IT issues – a combination of software support (supporting the client’s suite of software applications), hardware support (imaging / scanning systems), and the ‘IT’ environments around the products – e.g. Windows operating system, PC hardware, network connectivity (e.g. internet, printer, other peripherals), networking issues, etc.

IT Helpdesk Support Analyst – the Person: 

Candidates need to be engaging and have excellent client handling abilities and telephone manner. 

Strong IT skills, gained through a similar IT helpdesk support position, with proven PC component and system abilities, and an in-depth knowledge of Windows o/s and applications. 

IT Helpdesk Support Analyst – the hours: 

37.5hrs per week, Monday to Friday. The working hours follow a shift pattern within the hours of 1pm and 10pm UK-time (One week 1pm-9.30pm, Week two 1.30pm-10.00pm).

IT Helpdesk Support Analyst – Summary: 

All-in-all this is a fantastic opportunity to join a structured and well-established company, where you can employ and develop your skills. Offer subject to DBS check (the company can undertake this). The salary range varies, depending on experience: typically around £20k to £22k, but there is a 10% shift allowance on top which can boost earnings to c£22k-£24.2k, depending on the basic. Benefits inc. 25 days holiday, pension and health related. Services advertised by Dupen are those of an Agency.

Job Type

full-time

Posted

2 days ago

Description

MDT Co-ordinator/Patient Pathway Facilitator

East and North Herts NHS Trust

The closing date is 16 March 2021

Job overview

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Cancer Servicesteam at ENHT

The successful candidate will manage and track referrals for patients with suspected and confirmed cancer to ensure that local and National cancer pathways and targets are met as well as facilitating and coordinating cancer MDT meetings on a weekly basis.

The ideal candidate will be able to work on their own initiative and be able towork autonomously, and have the ability to adapt to change while managing and prioritising a heavy workload, in a fast developing environment.

Main duties of the job

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

To ensure the patients are tracked through every stage of the patient pathway on a daily basis, to ensure diagnostic tests and any subsequent treatments are achieved within targets and escalate any potential delays in pathways which will result in CWT breaches as soon as these are identified, in accordance with the breach protocols.

To prepare, organize and facilitate MDT meetings ensuring all relevant information, notes, imaging, histology etc. are available for discussion. Ensure the Video conferencing links to other Trusts are set up prior to the MDT meetings and escalating any issues to relevant departments to ensure timely resolution that does not affect the MDT meeting.

To record accurate outcomes live in MDT and update cancer data base (Infoflex). Follow up outcomes from the MDT i.e. book outpatient appointments and contact patients to confirm as per protocols. Escalate potential delays in the patient pathway in a timely manner.

To ensure all CWT processes/protocols are implemented & actioned within the necessary timeframes in order to avoid breaches of the cancer pathway national timescales.

Alert MDT leads of potential breach dates for patients.

Prepare breach reports and timelines for all confirmed breaches, obtaining validation from consultants ensuring reports are submitted within required timeframes

To undertake weekly PTL (patient tracking lists) with their line manager and pro-actively monitor patients to ensure breaches do not occur.

To ensure early identification of potential breaches or delays within the patient pathway and ensure they are escalated appropriately to your line manager.

Participate in cover for absent colleagues Maintain a good knowledge of Trust Policies regarding Data Protection and security of Information and their application within the workplace.

Gain a good understanding of the roles of other MDT Co-coordinators within the team, to facilitate ease of cover arrangements in their absence Ensure the accurate and timely collection of National Mandatory data in line with National requirements guidelines

Skills:

Must possess strong interpersonal and communication skills in order to work effectively across organisational boundaries

Must work effectively with clinical and non clinical staff to facilitate the smooth pathway for all cancer services patients

To be able to record data accurately for validation purposes

Must have good keyboard skills to facilitate live data capture in MDT meetings.

To represent the Trust verbally and in written communication in a positive and professional way

To maintain and develop relationships within the department, the Trust, and with outside agencies. To support training and development within the team where appropriate and necessary.

Administrative Duties:

To maintain accurate filing systems (electronic and manual) to ensure efficiency in producing desired information in relation to mandatory Minimum data sets including CWT/COSD/National Audit.

To administer and facilitate the MDT meetings which involves booking of venues, the preparation of agendas and collation of case notes.

To document and circulate, patient treatment plans outcomes of MDT meetings and ensure that content of discussion within the MDT, is faxed/emailed to the GP after MDT meetings.

To attend weekly MDT meetings and maintain a record of attendance of the Multi-disciplinary team at MDT meetings inline with Peer review

To be conversant with the Patient Administration System, Radiology and Pathology systems, Infoflex databases and Microsoft suite of applications.

General:

To be flexible with working hours, in order to fit in with the MDT meeting schedules.

To assist in the training of newly appointed MDT Co-coordinators, supporting them during their induction A certain degree of manual handling is involved in the physical pulling and carrying of patients case notes.

The post holder will be constantly dealing with data and listening to discussions about cancer treatment and sometimes end of life care for patients, which at times can become emotionally draining.

To attend non-clinical Mandatory Training in line with Trust policy.

To work in accordance with all Trust and Directorate Policies.

To carry out other such duties commensurate with the grade of post as may be required by the Assistant Service Manger or the Cancer Manager To be responsible for the maintenance of absolute patient confidentiality and data protection at all times in accordance with Trust Policy

Person Specification

Knowledge

Essential

  • Working knowledge of MS word, excel databases, creating, saving and printing documents and reports.
  • Basic knowledge of cancer and it's management
  • Knowledge of medical terminology

Desirable

  • Knowledge of infoflex
  • Knowledge of CRIS
  • Knowledge of PAS
  • Understanding the patient pathway of care through an acute trust setting

Skills

Essential

  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Ability to work well under pressure
  • Ability to work methodically and accurately
  • Team player
  • Excellent verbal, written and numerical skills
  • Keyboard skills

Desirable

  • Understanding of cancer terminology
  • Ability to use and manipulate Trust I.T. systems across varied disciplines, pathology and radiology to identify patient information

Experience

Essential

  • Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team environment with a varied range of staff form Consultant to clinic clerks
  • Ability to prioritize workload and work to tight deadlines

Desirable

  • Worked in the NHS or health related setting
  • Ability to use patient administration systems such as PAS, CLINiCOM, CRIS
  • Experience of cancer services within the NHS

Qualifications

Essential

  • 5 GCSE or equivalent in English and Math
  • Excellent written and presentation skills
  • Computer literate Excel, databases, word

Desirable

  • RSA 1/2 typing or equivalent

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Employer details

Employer name

East and North Herts NHS Trust

Address

Lister Hospital

Coresy Mill Lane

Stevenage

SG1 4AB


Employer's website

https://www.enherts-tr.nhs.uk/