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Physician Associate

National Health Service

Loughborough, MID
1 day ago
Loughborough, MID
1 day ago

Physician Associate

Charnwood GP Network

The closing date is 21 March 2021

Job overview

The Salary is Band 7 equivalent and NHS pension available.

Charnwood GP Network Ltd is now recruiting for several PCN Physician Associates to work within their Primary Care Networks (PCNs).

Interviews will be held on Tuesday 30th and Wednesday 31st March 2021.

The Physician Associate will provide care for patients through clinical assessment, examination, investigation, diagnosis, treatment and evaluation of care. The following are the core responsibilities of the Physician Associate role.

Main duties of the job

The Physician Associate will work within their scope of clinical practice and:

  • Provide first point of contact care for patients presenting with undifferentiated, undiagnosed problems, utilising history-taking, physical examinations and clinical decision-making skills to establish a working diagnosis and management plan in partnership with the patient.

  • Undertake face to face, telephone and online consultations for emergency or routine problems, as determined by the Practice, including management of patients with long-term conditions. Participate in all treatment and preventative healthcare services in the Practice as delegated and agreed by the supervising GP(s).

  • Please see Job Description for more detailed core responsibilities.

About us

Charnwood GP Network is comprised of 4 Primary Care Networks in the geographical area of Charnwood in West Leicestershire. In total across the 4 PCNs we have 21 General Practices covering the populations of Thurmaston and Birstall in South Charnwood through to Loughborough and Shepshed in North Charnwood. In total we have 2 positions.

The Physician Associate post is equivalent to Agenda for Change Band 7, we also offer access to the NHS Pension Scheme and a generous annual leave entitlement.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Summary / Job Purpose

Charnwood GP Network is a federation of 21 General Practices covering the localities of North and South Charnwood in West Leicestershire. The network encompasses 4 Primary Care Networks (PCNs) which work together collaboratively as part of the Federation.

The Physician Associate will provide care for patients through clinical assessment, examination, investigation, diagnosis, treatment and evaluation of care. The following are the core responsibilities of the Physician Associate role. There may be, on occasion, a requirement to carry out other tasks; this will be dependent upon factors such as workload and staffing levels.

Core Responsibilities:

The Physician Associate will work within their scope of clinical practice and:

  • Provide first point of contact care for patients presenting with undifferentiated, undiagnosed problems, utilising history-taking, physical examinations and clinical decision-making skills to establish a working diagnosis and management plan in partnership with the patient (and their carers where applicable).

  • Undertake face to face, telephone and online consultations for emergency or routine problems, as determined by the Practice, including management of patients with long-term conditions. Participate in all treatment and preventative healthcare services in the Practice as delegated and agreed by the supervising GP(s).

  • Perform diagnostic physical examinations and treatment.

  • Identify, signpost or refer patients at risk of developing long-term conditions, preventing adverse effects on the patients health.

  • Organise onward investigation, treatment and referral where appropriate.

  • Ensure continuity of care, arranging follow-up consultations or reviews as necessary.

  • Attend regular practice clinical meetings.

  • Support the clinical team with all safeguarding matters, in accordance with local and national policies.

  • Under supervision of the GPs in the practice, make professional, autonomous decisions in relation to presenting problems, whether self-referred or referred from other health care workers within the Organisation.

  • Record clear and contemporaneous IT based consultation notes to an agreed standard.

  • Review and act on laboratory results and clinical communication from Hospitals and other providers.

  • Recognise, assess and refer where appropriate patients presenting with mental health problems.

  • Understand practice and local policies for substance abuse and addictive behaviour, referring patients appropriately.

  • Be able to justify choice of medication, and support patients in the use of their prescribed medication (within own scope of practice).

  • Be able to understand the impact of comorbidities, other medications and poly-pharmacy.

  • Deliver integrated patient centred-care through appropriate working with the wider primary care multi-disciplinary team and social care networks.

  • Conduct home visits and Care Home visits (following adequate training).

  • Act on alerts (e.g. QOF, local enhanced services etc.) and reminders during a consultation.

  • Assist the practices in achieving their clinical targets and objectives in QOF, Local enhanced services etc.

  • Participate in continuing professional development opportunities and keep up to date with evidence-based knowledge and competence in all aspects of your role, meeting clinical governance guidelines for continuing professional development (CPD).

  • Develop and agree a personal development plan (PDP) utilising a reflective approach to practice. Operate under appropriate clinical supervision; with the PCN member practices identifying a suitable named GP supervisor for each Physician Associate.

COLLABORATIVE WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

      • Recognises the roles of other colleagues within the Organisation and their role to patient care.

      • Demonstrates use of appropriate communication to gain the co-operation of relevant stakeholders (including patients, senior and peer colleagues, and other professionals, other NHS/private Organisations e.g. CCGs).

      • Demonstrates ability to work as a member of a team.

      • Is able to recognise personal limitations and refer to more appropriate colleague(s) when necessary.

      • Liaises with other GP Practices and staff as needed for the collective benefit of patients.

      • Contributes to Multidisciplinary Team Meetings and Primary Care Team meetings

LEADERSHIP

      • Demonstrates understanding of the Physician Associates role in governance and is able to implement this appropriately within the workplace.

      • Demonstrates understanding of, and contributes to, the workplace vision.

      • Demonstrates ability to improve quality within limitations of service.

      • Reviews last years progress and develops clear plans to achieve results within priorities set by others.

      • Demonstrates ability to motivate self to achieve goals.

MANAGEMENT

      • Demonstrates understanding of the implications of national priorities for the team and/or service.

      • Demonstrates understanding of the process for effective resource utilization.

      • Demonstrates understanding of, and conforms to, relevant standards of practice.

      • Demonstrates ability to identify and resolve risk management issues according to policy/protocol.

      • Follows professional and organisational policies/procedures relating to performance management.

      • Demonstrates ability to extend boundaries of service delivery within the team.

EDUCATION, TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

      • Understands and demonstrates the characteristics of a role model to members in the team and/or service.

      • Demonstrates understanding of the mentorship process.

      • Demonstrates ability to conduct teaching and assessment effectively according to a learning plan with supervision from a more experienced colleague.

      • Demonstrates self-development through continuous professional development activity.

      • Participates in the delivery of formal education programmes.

      • Demonstrates an understanding of current educational policies relevant to working areas of practice and keeps up to date with relevant clinical practice.

General

This is a description of the job as it is now. Employees' job descriptions are periodically reviewed and updated to ensure that they reflect the job as it is then being performed, or to incorporate any changes being proposed. This procedure is conducted by the PCN Clinical Director in consultation with the post holder. You will, therefore, be expected to participate fully in such discussions. We aim to reach agreement on reasonable changes, but if agreement is not possible, the Service reserves the right to insist on changes to your job description after consultation with you.

As an employee of the Service, it is a contractual duty that you abide by any relevant code of professional conduct and/or practice applicable to you. A breach of this requirement may result in action being taken against you (in accordance with the Services disciplinary policy) up to and including dismissal.

Person Specification

Other

Essential

  • Evidence of professional indemnity cover.
  • Ability to travel regularly between GP Practice sites in line with demands of post.
  • Ability to adapt and work flexibly in order to meet the needs of the service.
  • Full Driving Licence.

Equality and Diversity

Essential

  • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of equality of opportunity and diversity taking into account and being aware of how individual actions contribute to and make a difference to the equality agenda.
  • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of equality of opportunity and diversity.

Personal Attributes

Essential

  • Ability to work across organisational boundaries.
  • Clinical credibility with colleagues.
  • Ability to develop strong working relationships, internally and externally.
  • Excellent interpersonal and influencing skills.
  • Excellent analytical and numerical skills.
  • Empathetic approach.
  • Ability to work in a complex and rapidly changing environment.
  • Ability to work corporately as part of the Stellar Healthcare team.
  • Commitment to continuing development of staff and self.
  • Ability to build and sustain personal credibility.
  • Ability to meet objective and deadlines.

Experience

Essential

  • Demonstrable patient assessment skills.
  • Demonstrates an in depth knowledge of related medical conditions, treatments and pharmacology.
  • Experience of supporting doctors in clinical decision making.
  • Ability to work autonomously within the scope of supervised practice.
  • Detailed knowledge of maintaining confidentiality and implementing data protection legislation requirements including information governance.

Skills and Abilities

Essential

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to influence other professionals.
  • Confident and assertive dealing with other professionals.
  • Effective interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to establish credibility with a range of partners both within and outside the GP practice and NHS.
  • Ability to work flexibly, quickly, calmly and accurately under pressure.
  • Ability to prioritise workload and work on own initiative under pressure and to strict deadlines.
  • Ability to work in a team.
  • Ability to use initiative.
  • Proficient IT skills.
  • Effective customer service skills.
  • Good numeracy skills.
  • Self-motivated.
  • Ability to develop mentoring skills.

Qualifications

Essential

  • Postgraduate diploma in Physician Associate from an accredited UK university.
  • Member of Faculty of Physician Associate (PAMVR).
  • Valid National certification and recertification every 6 years.

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

Charnwood GP Network

Address

The Old Infant School

Rosebery Street

Loughborough

Leicestershire

LE11 5DX


Employer's website

https://www.charnwoodgpnetwork.co.uk/

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Inventory Control & Quality Assurance Operations Manager

Amazon UK

Nottingham, MID
11 days ago
Nottingham, MID
11 days ago
Inventory Control & Quality Assurance Operations Manager 

Inventory Control & Quality Assurance Operations Manager 


1312627
Do you have a Bias for Action?
Would you like to be part of an innovative, fast-paced and motivated team?
We’re glad to hear it.
Each action we undertake is on behalf of our customers, which is why we keep a close eye on all processes in our Fulfilment Centres. Our Fulfilment Centres are at the heart of Amazon’s world-class and rapidly growing Operations network: they’re where we manage our fast-moving inventory. They’re also where we developed our industry-leading workflows. Our teams stow deliveries, pick products, package them up and ship them out.
We’re looking for a detail-oriented leader to join our Inventory Control and Quality Assurance team. We’ll need you to ensure that we continue delivering as reliably as ever to our customers, with all teams maintaining their performance and quality of service.
When working on Inventory Control (IC), you’ll carry out extensive analysis and research, as you come to understand and correct any vacancies in our inventory.
The other significant portion of your time will be devoted to Quality Assurance (QA). In this line of responsibility, you’ll proactively audit team efficiency. For example: how closely everyone in your Fulfilment Centre is adhering to agreed processes, while highlighting any discrepancies.
Inventory Control & Quality Assurance Operations Manager Responsibilities:
  • Managing the site-based Inventory Control and Quality Assurance team.
  • You’ll maintain Health and Safety standards within your sphere of influence, actively promoting a positive Health and Safety culture on-site.
  • Monitor KPIs regarding accuracy and integrity of Quality and Inventory transactions; then, you’ll provide feedback to Operations where necessary.
  • Review and analyse customer defect data, while developing corresponding action plans to reduce and eliminate causes of any issues.
  • On a daily, weekly and monthly basis: develop and execute action plans for increasing quality, inventory accuracy and service satisfaction.
  • Partner with Management in the communication of Inventory Control and Quality Assurance policies and procedures: you’ll keep an eye on compliance in your Fulfilment Centre.
  • Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with Amazon’s wider policies and procedures, including:
  • Interviewing and training both exempt and non-exempt employees.
  • Assuming accountability for setting and meeting operational goals.
  • Planning and forecasting.
  • Assigning and directing work and employee deliverables.
  • Performance appraisal of team members.
  • Rewarding and disciplining employees where appropriate.
  • To build up an understanding of Fulfilment Centre inventory systems and processes, and to provide assistance and expertise for problem-solving wherever you can.

Inventory Control & Quality Assurance Operations Manager basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equal level qualification.
  • You possess strong analytical skills alongside a solid problem-solving background.
  • You’ll also need time management skills, to help you tackle operational challenges in a timely fashion.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, as well as demonstrated ability to manage, motivate and positively influence team behaviours.
  • Customer-centric, close attention-to-detail, as you Insist on the Highest Standards.
  • Strong commitment to employee development.
  • Strong technical and IT skills: you’re able to learn our Fulfilment Centre warehouse management system.
  • You’re highly dependable and able to manage business functions that can operate 24/7 (including holidays): you commit the time required to get the job done.
  • You are fluent in English, both verbally and written.

Inventory Control & Quality Assurance Operations Manager preferred Qualifications:

  • A background in a logistics, distribution or similar environment would be ideal.
  • An understanding of Lean and Six Sigma techniques would be beneficial to your application.
  • A degree in a science or logistics-based discipline, with a strong bias towards analytics and data would be advantageous.

About our Rewards:
We’ll expect you to go the extra mile, but we’ll also make sure you’re well rewarded. As well as a competitive salary, stock units and site performance-related pay potential, we offer a whole host of other benefits, including an employee discount. Additionally, you will find yourself in a stimulating environment where you can develop processes as well as yourself as an individual by working with some of the best and brightest minds in the industry. Our rapidly growing organisation also offers many opportunities for building a diverse and rewarding career.
To apply for this Inventory Control & Quality Assurance Operations Manager position, please click on the apply button!
Amazon is an equal opportunities employer. We believe passionately that employing a diverse workforce is central to our success. We make recruiting decisions based on your experience and skills. We value your passion to discover, invent, simplify and build. Amazon takes data protection seriously and respects EU and local data protection laws. Unless you express otherwise, by submitting your CV you authorize the hiring Amazon company to store your personal information in the electronic database maintained by Amazon Corporate LLC. in the USA or one of its affiliates for the purpose of assessing your suitability for this and future job vacancies and to pursue your recruiting process. If at any time you want your personal data to be deleted, you simply need to notify the hiring Amazon company. Amazon will not share your personal information with any third party without your prior consent. As part of your interview process with Amazon you may be asked to authorize the hiring Amazon company to separately verify your application data and personal background through a third party service provider.
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Inventory Control & Quality Assurance Operations Manager

Amazon UK

Nottingham, MID
13 days ago
Nottingham, MID
13 days ago
Inventory Control & Quality Assurance Operations Manager 

Inventory Control & Quality Assurance Operations Manager 


1312627
Do you have a Bias for Action?
Would you like to be part of an innovative, fast-paced and motivated team?
We’re glad to hear it.
Each action we undertake is on behalf of our customers, which is why we keep a close eye on all processes in our Fulfilment Centres. Our Fulfilment Centres are at the heart of Amazon’s world-class and rapidly growing Operations network: they’re where we manage our fast-moving inventory. They’re also where we developed our industry-leading workflows. Our teams stow deliveries, pick products, package them up and ship them out.
We’re looking for a detail-oriented Inventory Control & Quality Assurance Operations Manager to join our Inventory Control and Quality Assurance team. We’ll need you to ensure that we continue delivering as reliably as ever to our customers, with all teams maintaining their performance and quality of service.
When working on Inventory Control (IC), you’ll carry out extensive analysis and research, as you come to understand and correct any vacancies in our inventory.
The other significant portion of your time will be devoted to Quality Assurance (QA). In this line of responsibility, you’ll proactively audit team efficiency. For example: how closely everyone in your Fulfilment Centre is adhering to agreed processes, while highlighting any discrepancies.
Inventory Control & Quality Assurance Operations Manager Responsibilities:
  • Managing the site-based Inventory Control and Quality Assurance team.
  • You’ll maintain Health and Safety standards within your sphere of influence, actively promoting a positive Health and Safety culture on-site.
  • Monitor KPIs regarding accuracy and integrity of Quality and Inventory transactions; then, you’ll provide feedback to Operations where necessary.
  • Review and analyse customer defect data, while developing corresponding action plans to reduce and eliminate causes of any issues.
  • On a daily, weekly and monthly basis: develop and execute action plans for increasing quality, inventory accuracy and service satisfaction.
  • Partner with Management in the communication of Inventory Control and Quality Assurance policies and procedures: you’ll keep an eye on compliance in your Fulfilment Centre.
  • Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with Amazon’s wider policies and procedures, including:
  • Interviewing and training both exempt and non-exempt employees.
  • Assuming accountability for setting and meeting operational goals.
  • Planning and forecasting.
  • Assigning and directing work and employee deliverables.
  • Performance appraisal of team members.
  • Rewarding and disciplining employees where appropriate.
  • To build up an understanding of Fulfilment Centre inventory systems and processes, and to provide assistance and expertise for problem-solving wherever you can.

Inventory Control & Quality Assurance Operations Manager basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equal level qualification.
  • You possess strong analytical skills alongside a solid problem-solving background.
  • You’ll also need time management skills, to help you tackle operational challenges in a timely fashion.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, as well as demonstrated ability to manage, motivate and positively influence team behaviours.
  • Customer-centric, close attention-to-detail, as you Insist on the Highest Standards.
  • Strong commitment to employee development.
  • Strong technical and IT skills: you’re able to learn our Fulfilment Centre warehouse management system.
  • You’re highly dependable and able to manage business functions that can operate 24/7 (including holidays): you commit the time required to get the job done.
  • You are fluent in English, both verbally and written.

Inventory Control & Quality Assurance Operations Manager preferred Qualifications:

  • A background in a logistics, distribution or similar environment would be ideal.
  • An understanding of Lean and Six Sigma techniques would be beneficial to your application.
  • A degree in a science or logistics-based discipline, with a strong bias towards analytics and data would be advantageous.

About our Rewards:
We’ll expect you to go the extra mile, but we’ll also make sure you’re well rewarded. As well as a competitive salary, stock units and site performance-related pay potential, we offer a whole host of other benefits, including an employee discount. Additionally, you will find yourself in a stimulating environment where you can develop processes as well as yourself as an individual by working with some of the best and brightest minds in the industry. Our rapidly growing organisation also offers many opportunities for building a diverse and rewarding career.
To apply for this position, please click on the apply button!
Amazon is an equal opportunities employer. We believe passionately that employing a diverse workforce is central to our success. We make recruiting decisions based on your experience and skills. We value your passion to discover, invent, simplify and build. Amazon takes data protection seriously and respects EU and local data protection laws. Unless you express otherwise, by submitting your CV you authorize the hiring Amazon company to store your personal information in the electronic database maintained by Amazon Corporate LLC. in the USA or one of its affiliates for the purpose of assessing your suitability for this and future job vacancies and to pursue your recruiting process. If at any time you want your personal data to be deleted, you simply need to notify the hiring Amazon company. Amazon will not share your personal information with any third party without your prior consent. As part of your interview process with Amazon you may be asked to authorize the hiring Amazon company to separately verify your application data and personal background through a third party service provider.
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Clinical Health Care Assistant

National Health Service

Loughborough Urgent Care Centre, MID
1 day ago
Loughborough Urgent Care Centre, MID
£21.137k - £21.137k Per Year
1 day ago
£21.137k - £21.137k Per Year

Job Reference: J78-A-21-7497

Employer:
DHU Health Care CIC
Department:
Integrated Urgent Care
Location:
Loughborough Urgent Care Centre, Loughborough
Salary:
£21137.46

DHU Health Care is an ever-growing, innovative organisation, providing high level clinical care for a variety of communities within an expanding geographical area. DHU Health Care – Urgent Care delivers and develops first class services specialising in Integrated Primary and Community Urgent Care services.

Benefits of DHU

  • Learning & development opportunities plus educational funding and support
  • Competitive rates of pay
  • NHS Pension
  • NHS continuous service honoured for annual leave & sickness
  • Generous Holiday entitlement
  • Indemnity cover included
  • Access to Westfield Health

This is a great opportunity to be a part of a highly regarded organisation who value every member of the team and invest heavily in staff development and progression. With the potential to move within the company throughout the various clinical environments as well as receive funded further education such as the non-medical prescribing course, DHU can help you build a portfolio career and arm you for the demands of modern healthcare.

The Role

Loughborough Urgent Treatment Centre is accessed by patients via appointments made by either NHS 111 or the Clinical Navigation Hub, via ambulance if they have non-life threatening conditions, via referrals from general practices in West Leicestershire CCG utilising defined Ambulatory Care pathways, and by patients self-presenting ensuring that the service provides the patient with the right professional at the right time in the right environment with the right outcome.

Working under the direct supervision of the Emergency Care Practitioners & Advanced Nurse Practitioners; and strictly in accordance with specific practice guidelines and protocols, the healthcare assistant will assist the practice clinical team in the provision and delivery of prescribed programmes of patient care.

Key Areas of Responsibility & Accountability

  • ECG recording
  • Phlebotomy
  • Wound Care/Management
  • Spirometry
  • BP monitoring
  • Urinalysis

The ideal candidate will;

  • Have an understanding, acceptance and adherence to the need for strict confidentiality
  • Be able to use own judgement, resourcefulness, common sense and local knowledge, to respond to patients enquiries and requests while adhering to practice limitations
  • Have understanding and acceptance of ones capabilities and awareness of own limitations
  • Be able to work without direct supervision and determine own workload priorities
  • Be working towards/completed NVQ Level 3 Health & Social Care
  • Flexibility of working hours
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Experience of ECG recording
  • Phlebotomy experience

Diversity

DHU believe our workforce should be as diverse as the range of services we offer, and the communities we serve. We are committed to valuing and encouraging diversity throughout our workforce, regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. As part of our mission we are dedicated to eliminating discrimination

Safeguarding

DHU Health Care CIC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of Adults, Children and Young People and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Infection Prevention & Control

Infection Prevention & Control is pivotal in ensuring a safe & clean environment for both patients and staff. IP&C is everyone’s responsibility and strict adherence to the IP&C policy is expected of ALL employees of the organisation.

For further details / informal visits contact:

NameCareersAdditional contact information

careers@dhuhealthcare.nhs.uk


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Finance Business Partner (Supply Chain)

Smart Recruit Online

Coalville, MID
3 days ago
Coalville, MID
£45k - £50k Per Year
3 days ago
£45k - £50k Per Year

Are you a commercially focused Finance Professional looking for a fresh challenge?
Antalis' Finance Department are actively recruiting for a Finance Business Partner for our Supply Chain function based at our Interlink office, Coalville, Leicestershire. You will form a key member of the Supply Chain Management team, working closely with the Supply Chain Director and Head of Logistics, you will be the driving force behind operational cost and working capital efficiency via enhanced financial support.
You will join a team of Business Partners and Analysts working to influence the commercial decision making of the organisation.
This role will include detailed understanding of operational expenditure, KPI's, insightful variance analysis along with having the ability to translate this into recommendations for the management team to drive performance.
Part of your financial responsibilities will be supporting the business manage Operating Expenses in the region of £38m and Inventory of £22m.
Covered in the detail below are your outlined accountabilities in the areas of business partnering, logistics cost analysis and control, budgeting and forecasting, business improvement, project support and leadership.
Key responsibilities;
  • Key member of the Supply Chain management team continuously driving the team to deliver to Group Budgets and targets.
  • Act as the financial conscience of the Supply Chain management team as a trusted, independent advisor to the business on key business decisions. Be able to deliver tough messages on productivity and cost management and continuously challenge the team. Provide independent, insightful commentary on business performance to multiple stakeholders.
  • During the annual budget and bi-annual forecast process, support the Financial Planning and Analysis team in the planning and coordination of the cost budgets. Facilitate a process where Supply Chain management create a challenging, achievable Budget underpinned by a robust understanding of underlying costs.
  • Provide a rolling outlook for the next 3 months of expenditure to the Head of FP&A and Finance Director on a monthly basis.
  • In addition, facilitate improvements in business reporting and productivity, working collaboratively with colleagues in BI to improve measures and infographics where appropriate. Promote any Qlikview applications available to the business and support colleagues to fully utilise the information within the Qlikview suite.
  • Be the Finance lead on any strategic projects and tactical initiatives, delivering robust financial appraisals underpinned by operational input. This may involve modelling multiple complex potential scenarios. Ensure robust financials are included in all business cases and that benefits are agreed and tracked accordingly.
  • You'll be confident in communicating across departments to build and maintain relationships. These departments will include Logistics, Procurement, and Sales etc.
  • You'll be a natural leader and have the flair and willingness to coach and mentor your colleagues in the Financial Accounts.

Finance | Business Partner | Leadership | Management | Supply Chain | Coaching | Mentoring | Expenditure | KPIs | Analysis | Reporting | QlikView | Negotiation | Presentation | BI | ACCA | CIMA | Cost Modelling | Cost Management | Cost Analysis | Financial Planning

Benefits


This role is based at our Head Office in Coalville, Leicestershire, with parking on-site. A range of benefits are also available such as a company contributory pension, flexible holidays and a cycle to work scheme.
Essential Skills
  • Experience of influencing colleagues at Excom (board members) and Senior Management level
  • Strong numerical and analytical skills
  • Strong presentation skills
  • Excellent/clear communication skills (verbal/written), including in conflict
  • Strong system skills, with experience of using and developing BI tools e.g. Qlikview
  • Expert / Advanced Financial Modelling skills
  • Ability to design solutions and processes that meet complex business needs
  • Understanding of Supply Chain
  • Qualified ACCA/CIMA with at least 3 years post qualified experience, including BI analysis

About Company
Antalis (Euronext Paris: ANTA) is the European leader and the global leader (outside of the United States) in B2B distribution of Paper and Packaging solutions, and one of Europe's top three distributors of Visual Communication solutions. Antalis is the only operator in its sector with an international presence in 41 countries.
The group provides one of the most extensive and diversified ranges of products and solutions in the market and offers its clients a high and ground breaking level of service in terms of customisation, expertise and logistics, mainly through its 115 distribution centres situated throughout the world.
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Senior Finance Business Partner

Rushcliffe Borough Council

Rushcliffe, MID
4 days ago
Rushcliffe, MID
£41.868k - £44.718k Per Year
4 days ago
£41.868k - £44.718k Per Year

Rushcliffe Borough Council have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Finance Business Partner to join the team.

Location: Rushcliffe, Nottinghamshire

Salary: £41,868 - £44,718 (Full time)

Hours: 37 hours per week (Some attendance at evening meetings may be required)

About Us:


Rushcliffe Borough Council is a modern forward thinking authority. It is located in West Bridgford, Nottingham and is located in a modern purpose built Office and Leisure Centre facility, the Rushcliffe Arena. This allows employees remote and flexible working opportunities and the ability to enjoy and maintain a healthy lifestyle using the leisure centre facilities.

We consider Rushcliffe to be an excellent Council and in 2018 won the Local Government Chronicle Entrepreneurial Council award and were shortlisted finalist for the MJ Awards Council of the Year 2019. We want you to be part of our journey for continued success and to help ensure the Council has a sustainable financial strategy and continues to deliver excellent services.

Senior Finance Business Partner - The Role:

We are seeking to recruit a Senior Finance Business Partner with strong leadership skills.

You must be able to manage staff and lead the financial services team in continuing to deliver high quality information to support the Council.

You will be technically experienced and CCAB qualified (or part qualified working towards full qualification) and able to work with services, to be creative and innovative, and drive new ideas through the organisation. We have an ambitious Capital Programme and expect you to be able to assist with the delivery, including the impact on cash flow and treasury.

You will support the production of the statement of accounts and budget setting including associated returns and will oversee the exchequer function of the section.

You will assist both the Council's Section 151 Officer and the Financial Services Manager in reporting to Scrutiny, Cabinet and Council.

You will be commercially minded and driven to ensure the Council gains maximum value for money so services exploit their commercial potential and help the Council in supporting the community and businesses as we move positively into a post-Covid environment. Areas you could support range from Refuse Collection to Revenues and Benefits as well as forward planning in relation to national initiatives such as business rates reform.

We are looking for an individual with the drive and determination to succeed and the ability to maximise both your talent and that of the team, at an authority that values its staff.

Senior Finance Business Partner - Benefits:

- Reduced membership fees of the onsite leisure centre

- Free car parking

- Varied working hours and remote-working opportunities

- An opportunity to further your career with a high performing forward looking Authority with training to support CPD and personal development

- Local Government pension scheme

- Relocation package available for the right candidate

Rushcliffe Borough Council supports flexible and part-time working in line with the needs of the public that we serve and the business needs of the Council. We believe that embracing flexibility is a smart way of working and even more relevant given increased remote working as a result of Covid; and ensures we can find and support the mix of talent and experience we need. We can't promise, but we are open to a discussion about flexible working when you apply for a job with us.

Closing date for applications: Midnight - Sunday 14 March 2021


Interviews will be held W/C 22 March 2021

Please note CV's will not be accepted.

If you feel you have the qualities to be our Senior Finance Business Partner, please click 'Apply' now to find out more info on the Rushcliffe Borough Council careers website.

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Finance Business Partner - ECS (based in Sofia / London / Nottingham)

Experian

Nottingham, MID
30+ days ago
Nottingham, MID
30+ days ago
WORK LOCATION: NOTTINGHAM / LONDON (UK) / SOFIA (BULGARIA) - relocation not available.

Experian Consumer Services ("ECS") provides millions of people in the U.K. with products to help them manage their financial lives, protect their identities, and access financial services. ECS is a high-visibility business unit that is strategically important to Experian's leadership and stakeholders. Experian's consumer business is a market leader in the U.K., U.S. and Brazil. Further, the consumer business has high ambitions for growth and empowering customers in the markets we serve.

ECS is seeking a Finance Business Partner to provide financial management, strategic insights and decision support across the commercial and operational areas of the business. As a Finance Business Partner, this position will work cohesively across the business unit and regional teams to drive high performance and create value.

This role provides an excellent opportunity to be a financial business partner in a fast-paced e-commerce environment and collaborate with an organisation rapidly transforming its business. This position will support the Finance Director and team in managing all financial aspects of the business. Further, the business looks to Finance to play a central role in the formulation of strategy, decision-making and execution against objectives. The position works closely with leadership and the broader functional teams spanning marketing, product, technology, operations, customer service and other corporate support functions. Beyond that, this role is involved in the assessment and prioritization of performance levers and key strategic opportunities, both organic and inorganic. The position provides the opportunity to partner with a diverse group of professionals both within the U.K. and across the many countries where Experian does business. Lastly, the role offers a broad array of professional development and career advancement opportunities.

The successful candidate will be accountable for the following key duties and responsibilities:

  • Provide decision support and thought leadership to the business teams in commercial matters spanning product, marketing, technology, operations and customer service. Develop advanced analytics to leverage data and identify key insights and opportunities. Challenge business partners, as needed, to drive better decisions.
  • Partner effectively with business teams to drive performance in excess of management expectations. Proactively engage and build strong relationships with the business teams so as to stay connected on strategies and initiatives.
  • Manage and execute ongoing reporting, analytics and insights on performance metrics to benchmark progress against targets, initiatives and strategies. Drive meaningful actions to optimize results.
  • Manage and execute financial plans and forecasts for the revenue, cost and capital spend components of the business. Provide ongoing visibility to performance vs. expectation and support management in identifying and managing risks and opportunities. Support leadership in the full P&L management of the business.
  • Manage and execute periodic close responsibilities with central support teams, including revenue and costs critical to capturing business results. Maintain a strong control environment while helping the business to be nimble and efficient in decision-making and execution.
  • Partner on the development and execution of the budget and strategic plan growth and profit aspirations. Provide early identification of gaps and mitigating actions and pipeline of growth initiatives.
  • Partner effectively beyond ECS to support broader finance and business initiatives and meet internal information requirements.
  • Drive continuous improvement efforts in the finance function and leverage opportunities for technology, standardisation and optimisation of financial and business processes.
  • Collaborate effectively with the global, regional and business unit finance teams across the various countries our employees work in. Act as a coach and role model with the goal of helping people and the business to achieve their collective goals.
  • The position will report to the Finance Director of the ECS business.

The successful candidate will demonstrate:

  • Progressive financial experience across roles in different companies or different parts of Experian.
  • Solid base of commercial acumen and understanding of broader business principles, including strategy. Strong desire to master commercial finance and understand the business from both an internal and external perspective.
  • Strong skills in providing financial decision support on varied projects across the business.
  • Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills. Ability to interact at all levels within the organization and earn respect universally. Ability to have fun and bring a sense of humour to work.
  • Strong presentation and communication skills (written and oral). Ability to convey complex issues in a simple manner.
  • Ability to provide compelling recommendations and influence senior leaders (both finance and non-finance). Confidence to engage in the business discussion and debate - not just the numbers.
  • Ability to drive continuous improvement and solve problems in a team environment.
  • Ability to effectively balance between detail orientation and decisiveness while exercising sound judgement.
  • Excellent skills in analytics with the ability to draw concise insights from large sets of data.
  • Strong skills with financial systems and business intelligence tools. Expert level skills in Excel required. Experience with Oracle, Hyperion, and Tableau preferred.
  • Solid technical skills in accounting with ability to research and resolve issues as needed.
  • Highly motivated, self-starter who manages projects end-to-end and has a demonstrated track record of getting results, organizing and prioritizing deadlines.
  • High degree of integrity and strong backbone

Why Experian?

  • Our colleagues' health and wellbeing is a top priority for us, that's why our reward, benefits and wellbeing programmes are designed so you can come to work feeling your very best self. Our benefits focus on health, money and lifestyle so you can tailor your benefits to your own personal needs. Whether it's your physical and mental wellness, getting to work or planning for the future, we have a range of flexible options to have you covered!
  • We are committed to building an inclusive culture and to creating an environment where people can balance successful careers with their commitments and interests outside of work. Our flexible working practices support our belief that this balance brings long-lasting benefits for our business as well as our people. Some roles lend themselves to flexible options more than others, and if this is important to you, we are open to discussing agile working opportunities during the hiring process.

Who are Experian?

  • We unlock the power of data to create opportunities for consumers, businesses and society. At life's big moments - from buying a home or car, to sending a child to university, to growing a business exponentially by connecting it with new customers - we empower consumers and our clients to manage their data with confidence so they can maximize every opportunity.
  • For more than 125 years, we've helped consumers and clients prosper, and economies and communities flourish - and we're not done.
  • Our 17,200 people in 44 countries believe the possibilities for you, and our world, are growing. We're investing in new technologies, talented people and innovation so we can help create a better tomorrow.
  • Could this be the role for you? Apply now to start your journey with Experian.
  • To learn more about our culture and what it's really like to work here, check out our LinkedIn and social media channels using the hashtags #ExperianLife and #ExperianWay #LI-G
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NHS Partnership Manager

National Health Service

Derby, MID
4 days ago
Derby, MID
4 days ago

NHS Partnership Manager

First Steps ED

The closing date is 16 March 2021

Job overview

First Steps ED supports people of all ages, genders and backgrounds experiencing problems with eating difficulties and eating disorders. This role will require the ability to coordinate our face-to-face and online services to provide individuals with the support they elect through our choice approach which is made available through our professional resources to facilitate progression and change.

The role requires the ability to relate to and work with a range of professionals to ensure provision of high quality and safe services in accordance with our NHS Service Specifications. The NHS Partnerships Manager will be a member of the Management Team and be the Designated Safeguarding Officer working closely with Service Coordinators across the organisation.

The purpose of this role is to lead the coordination and oversight of our growing number of external partnerships and the development of the quality improvement and service planning agenda across the organisation.

Main duties of the job

With the ever-increasing focus on the integration of health and care systems, we are looking to appoint a strong leader to help oversee and coordinate our key strategic relationships and the increasing number of formal partnerships.

This role ensures that appropriate operational service development processes are in place across the organisation so that we are continuously making progress towards achieving our vision and strategic aims; both leading and supporting the development of quality assured, safe patient and service facing services through our departmental teams.

The post holder will have at least 2 years experience of working with people with mental health difficulties and have a good understanding of the pathways and services across NHS mental health and eating disorder services to ensure good quality and safe services are delivered on and off site.

A level 3 safeguarding qualification and previous experience as a Designated Safeguarding Officer will be an advantage.

About us

Candidates with level 2 safeguarding qualifications will be considered with a requirement to complete level 3 training within your first month of appointment.

As the Midlands multi-award winning mental health and specialist eating disorder charity our service teams work in schools, colleges and universities across the Midlands.

We offer blended services through our technology enabled care services, offering choice to our NHS partners patients, and service users with many choosing to receive a range of support services available through our bundled care packages.

We are looking forward to receiving your application to join our multidisciplinary team.

If you would like an informal conversation with our Clinical Lead prior to submitting your application, please email info@firststesped.co.uk

Job description

Job responsibilities

NHS Partnerships Manager and DesignatedSafeguarding Officer

HOURS: 37.5 hours per week

SALARY: £25,000 to £27,000

REPORTS TO: Clinical Lead

ACCOUNTABLE TO: CEO

Aim and Job Outline

First Steps ED supports people of all ages and genders experiencing problems with eating difficulties and eating disorders. This role will require the ability to coordinate our face-to-face and online services to provide individuals with the support they elect through our choice approach which is made available through our resources to facilitate progression and change.

The role requires the ability to relate to and work with a range of professionals to ensure provision of high quality and safe services in accordance with the NHS Service Specification.

The NHS Partnerships Manager will be a member of the Management Team and be the Designated Safeguarding Officer working closely with Service Coordinators across the organisation. The purpose of this role is to lead the coordination and oversight of our growing number of external partnerships and the development of the quality improvement and service planning agenda across the organisation. With the ever-increasing focus on the integration of health and care systems, we are looking to appoint a strong leader to help oversee and coordinate our key strategic relationships and the increasing number of formal partnerships. You will play a pivotal role in representing the organisation in the external environment at a local, regional and national level and help lead our approach to both policy changes and any subsequent responses.

This role ensures that appropriate operational service development processes are in place across the organisation so that we are continuously making progress towards achieving our vision and strategic aims; both leading and supporting the development of quality assured, safe patient and service facing services through our departmental teams.

The post holder will have at least two years experience of working with people with eating disorders and/ or mental health difficulties and have a good understanding of the pathways and services across NHS county mental health and eating disorder services and to work with service users, patients, NHS professionals and teaching professionals to ensure good quality and safe services are delivered on and off site.

Responsible For:

1.0 Main Tasks

1.1 Increase awareness of eating disorders amongst all ages and genders, using targeted information and resources, which are relevant and appropriate to specific patient groups

1.2 Provide an informal and accessible route for patients to seek advice and information about disordered eating or concerns about their relationship with food

1.3 Facilitate early intervention to prevent the escalation of symptoms and chronicity of eating disorders in patients who access the Service. Provide immediate physical and psychological assessment for patients who present with disordered eating symptoms with links to specialist services

1.4 Work with commissioners and key stakeholders including schools, colleges, universities, GP Practices, specialist eating disorders services and support groups to share experience and knowledge in relation to identifying and supporting people with eating disorders

1.5 Work collaboratively with existing eating disorders services to ensure a robust clinical pathway is in place. Effective partnership working will be required with various other providers including NHS Eating Disorders Services, local CAMHS Eating Disorders service and out of area services as required

1.6 Ensure that all sessions are monitored and information collated to show the range of users.

2.0 Publicity of Service

2.1 Produce and distribute relevant information and marketing materials to advertise EDISS

2.2 To raise awareness and understanding of eating disorders to reduce stigma and discrimination

2.3 Ensure that all relevant professionals are aware of ICS and FSED services

2.4 Distribute via email, twitter and face book weekly information and activities programme

2.5 Promote the service by giving or arranging for talks to schools, colleges, practice nurses, doctors and other potential users and referrers

2.6 Negotiate with statutory organisations referrals to the services for services users who have eating disorders

2.7 Regularly contribute towards updating the website.

2.0 Work with FSED All Services and All Genders and NHS Stakeholders

3.1 Offer brief intervention and psychological therapy treatment packages, which are tailored to the patients level of clinical risk and their presenting eating disorder

3.2 Improved patient experience of seeking help for eating disorder symptoms

3.3 Promotion of patient self-care and self-management that is tailored to the student target group

3.4 Arrange initial one to one appointments for services users and carers requiring more information before accessing additional support sessions

3.5 Ensure that the services and sessions are planned, coordinated and that ICS staff are given tasks according to their experience and ability

3.6 Ensure that service users can access fully the services of the organisation e.g. alternative therapies, online support and positive activities

3.7 Work in partnership with other key professionals to ensure a good quality outcome for students

3.8 To ensure that all sessions are monitored and information collated to show the range of users

3.9 To keep information current and up to date

3.10 To liaise and work closely with volunteers

3.11 Keep minutes of all meetings and provide weekly feed back to the First Steps team.

4.0 Monitoring & Evaluation

4.1 To collaborate and maintain close working relationships with others working within the service, aiming to maximise motivation and gain opportunities for ideas in order to improve the service

4.2 To work closely with staff, service users, volunteers and professionals to develop and evaluate the service

4.3 To participate in audit and research that allows evaluation and development of the service

4.4 To maintain records using an agreed format

4.5 To update database entries and provide monthly statistics for the chief officer

5.0 Training & development

5.1 To participate in relevant training to maintain and update specialist knowledge and competence

5.2 To work as part of a team in providing eating disorder training to other organisations

6.0 Other

6.1 To attend formal and informal supervision with your manager

6.2 To attend clinical supervision to discuss any service users concerns

6.3 To attend weekly team meetings and any other meetings relevant to the post

7.4 To evaluate and develop the service between March March

PERSON SPECIFICATION

You will need to demonstrate in your application/at interview that you possess the essential criteria as detailed below.

CRITERIA ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE SKILLS & ABILITIES

CRITERIA

ESSENTIAL

DESIREABLE

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Postgraduate degree in a mental health discipline (e.g. mental health nurse, occupational therapist, counselling and psychotherapy)

Safeguarding qualification Level 3 or willing to achieve within 3 months of appointment

Ability to communicate effectively at all levels and demonstrate an understanding of sensitive and complex issues

Good interpersonal and listening skills

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Ability to plan and prioritise workload using excellent time management skills

Ability to liaise effectively with a wide range of people/organisations

Able to demonstrate a commitment to self- development & training

Able to maintain confidentiality appropriately

Ability to work under pressure and to work to deadlines with quality outcomes

Able to work effectively unsupervised and as part of a team

Able to demonstrate a flexible and creative response to problem solving

Able to keep good and accurate records

Excellent IT skills, including in a variety of Microsoft packages (Word, PowerPoint, Excel etc), the use of databases and email

KNOWLEDGE

Of the Voluntary/Community Sector

An understanding of current mental health legislation

A good understanding and working knowledge of diversity and equal opportunities

Risk assessment and risk management in mental health

Legal and ethical issues in peer support services

Clinical Governance and Clinical Supervision

Research and development methodology

Safeguarding and its application in practice

Knowledge of relevant mental health conditions

Knowledge of best practice in counselling interventions for clients with mental health conditions

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Post-graduate diploma or higher degree in a relevant discipline

Recent peer support delivery experience in the provision of both long-term and time-limited, focussed service models

Minimum of 2 years

experience of working with people with mental health difficulties

Evidence of continuing professional development

Experience of working in highly confidential settings

Liaison with, and referral on to, other services or agencies

Experience working with clients with a wide range of mild to moderate support needs

Experience of developing positive partnerships and multiagency working

Experience working within boundaries and frameworks

Mentoring of volunteers

OTHER

Full driving licence and access to own transport with appropriate business insurance

Ability to travel independently in accordance with First Steps ED policies and service need

Able to work flexibly to meet the needs of the Service and people using services including ability to work unsociable hours (including evenings and some weekends)

A satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service check

The job description will be subject to revision in light of the development of the service, following discussion with the post-holder. The effectiveness of the role will be reviewed on a regular basis in conjunction with the Management team.

Signed:.. Dated: ..

(Manager)

Signed: .. Dated:...

(Employee)

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • Level 3 Safeguarding qualification.
  • Previous experience as Designated Safeguarding Officer.

Desirable

  • Postgraduate experience with a related HND/HNC.

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

First Steps ED

Address

Woburn House

Vernon Gate

Derby

DE1 1UL


Employer's website

https://firststepsed.co.uk

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Finance Business Partner

Cherry

Burton upon Trent, West Midlands
5 days ago
Burton upon Trent, West Midlands
5 days ago
We’re delighted to be working with a profitable Burton-Upon-Trent based manufacturing business in their search for a Finance Business Partner.
The Finance Business Partner will work closely with local operational leadership and senior finance leaders to help drive business performance and provide improved business finance support. This a highly visible role in the business, you'll make up part of the local senior leadership team.
You’ll be someone who thrives in a fast-paced manufacturing environment where continuous improvement is the norm. You’ll really have chance to make a massive impact and difference here – supported by a highly talented and approachable Site Director. 
This is a great opportunity to be involved in an energetic and forward-thinking team in an expanding and fast-moving business.  It goes without saying that you will need to have a passion for all things numerical, but you will also need to be confident, enthusiastic, forward-thinking with strong leadership and influencing skills.
The business has a core Senior Leadership Team who are incredibly passionate about the performance of the business. They have an open-plan environment that encourages employees to voice new ideas and will support further education/development.
They are offering up to £55,000 + Bonus + Life Assurance + Private Medical Cover + Income Protection + Other Benefits
A variety of business improvement initiatives are either live or planned and the Finance Business Partner will be actively involved in each of them.
The Role…
- Drive awareness, accountability and responsibility of all factory related costs - logistics, distribution, supply chain, automation, lean manufacturing, accurate bills of material, accurate cost of sales information etc.
- To challenge production re efficiency accuracy, the effectiveness of current process's, control and managing stock.
- Responsible for the production of deadline-driven detailed reporting, analysis and interpretation focussed upon the sales to gross margin, stock and WIP and supply chain analysis.
- Develop, monitor and challenge KPI's in order to drive manufacturing performance/efficiency
- Responsible for Commercial and New Product Development business partnering, producing costings and gross margin analysis
Your Experience…
- Qualified Accountant (ACA / ACCA / CIMA) with strong relevant senior management experience
- 6 years’ + experience in a manufacturing environment with relevant costing experience
What's on offer…
- Up to £55,000 basic salary
- Private Medical Cover
- Life Assurance
- Income Protection
- Up to 6% Pension
- Flexible working
- Support for any further education or development
Jobs you may have applied for include Finance Business Partner, Cost Accountant, Finance Manager, Manufacturing Accountant.
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HR Business Partner

Microlise

Nottingham, MID
5 days ago
Nottingham, MID
5 days ago
HR Business Partner
When registering to this job board you will be redirected to the online application form. Please ensure that this is completed in full in order that your application can be reviewed.

We are currently looking for a passionate and positive HR Professional with extensive generalist experience who is looking for a new and exciting challenge! You will have proven experience working at a senior level to support the HR team with complex casework and proactively support to bring the people strategy to life!

You will be joining our business focused HR team and support the delivery an operational HR service to the business and our stakeholders. With a deep working knowledge of employee relations, you will support our other HR Business Partners with complex casework, change management initiatives, designing and embedding people policies and practices.

This is a full time and challenging role, where you will be able to demonstrate your first-rate HR capability, build strong, lasting relationships and work autonomously where no two days are the same. This role is key to our growth and people strategies; you will be passionate and positive about HR and the contribution it makes to our organisation and people.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Develop effective relationships with multidisciplinary management teams within your functional area of the business
  • Responsible for providing a world class HR service in a generalist capacity, using best practice approaches
  • Ensuring legal requirements are achieved at all times
  • Managing the Performance Management systems including disciplinary, capability and absence
  • Managing people impacting changes in response to organisational changes
  • Designing and embedding HR policies that encourage employee engagement and motivation
  • Undertake HR initiatives, implementing new ways of working with a continuous improvement focus
  • Partner with internal stakeholders to establish and maintain strong relationships and a thorough understanding of business needs and requirements
  • Support the wider HR function with complex casework
  • Management of HR IT systems and data administration including production of management KPIs
  • Ad-hoc international HR knowledge and support for our smaller overseas operations in France, Australia and New Zealand

What we’re looking for

  • Demonstrable, extensive experience in a Senior HR role within a fast-paced organisation , ideally within the technology industry
  • Proven experience taking the lead on complex HR casework
  • Vast understanding of employee relations, employee engagement and performance management systems
  • Ability to work autonomously and manage your own workload where priorities change throughout the day
  • Thorough understanding and experience of HR Change Management best practice
  • Excellent policy and process design and implementation abilities
  • Exceptional communication, collaboration and influencing skills
  • Demonstrable experience of IT systems including analytics and production of management KPIs
  • CIPD Level 7 qualified or working towards

Desirable

  • International employment law would be highly advantageous, in particular; France, Australia and New Zealand
  • Fluent French, both written and verbal

If you are not CIPD qualified, but you have extensive, commercial, HR experience and meet the role criteria then we also want to hear from you!

Why Microlise?

When your groceries arrive at your door or you sign for your online parcel, one or more of our software, telematics or proof-of-purchase solutions has probably been used. Supporting 14 of the UK’s 15 largest retailers, we count household names such as JCB, Eddie Stobart, Carlsberg, Waitrose and Royal Mail as customers.

Proudly Midlands-based, Microlise has been privately-owned for thirty years. Our growing business is guided by our culture which drives the way we behave, the way we work, the way we connect with our customers, and the way we support and develop our people.

  • We believe in our culture, values and staff successes, take a look around our careers page to see why our employees love Microlise
  • We believe in developing our staff and support our employees with their professional development goals
  • 25 days holiday, excluding bank holidays, increasing by 1 each year to 29 days
  • Excellent pension scheme
  • Free parking, tea, coffee and daily fruit
  • Vitality Health Insurance, Employee Assistance Programme and subsidised eye tests and glasses
  • Free Costco membership
  • 20% off EE mobile and line rental, and other local discounts
  • Great staff extras:  Easter eggs, yearly BBQ, Christmas gifts and annual staff awards!

Recruitment Process

Interviews will take week commencing 22nd March, so don’t delay getting your application in! Whilst ordinarily this role is based from our Head Office in Nottingham, we suspect the successful candidate will be working remotely initially, in line with government guidelines.

Recruitment Agencies

Whilst we make every effort to directly source candidates for our live roles, we do have a very small preferred supplier list on the occasion we may require additional support. We therefore we do not accept speculative CVs and/or cold calls to our Recruitment Team or Hiring Managers. Any queries should be directed to jobs@microlise.com in the first instance.

Job Type

full-time

Posted

1 day ago

Description

Physician Associate

Charnwood GP Network

The closing date is 21 March 2021

Job overview

The Salary is Band 7 equivalent and NHS pension available.

Charnwood GP Network Ltd is now recruiting for several PCN Physician Associates to work within their Primary Care Networks (PCNs).

Interviews will be held on Tuesday 30th and Wednesday 31st March 2021.

The Physician Associate will provide care for patients through clinical assessment, examination, investigation, diagnosis, treatment and evaluation of care. The following are the core responsibilities of the Physician Associate role.

Main duties of the job

The Physician Associate will work within their scope of clinical practice and:

  • Provide first point of contact care for patients presenting with undifferentiated, undiagnosed problems, utilising history-taking, physical examinations and clinical decision-making skills to establish a working diagnosis and management plan in partnership with the patient.

  • Undertake face to face, telephone and online consultations for emergency or routine problems, as determined by the Practice, including management of patients with long-term conditions. Participate in all treatment and preventative healthcare services in the Practice as delegated and agreed by the supervising GP(s).

  • Please see Job Description for more detailed core responsibilities.

About us

Charnwood GP Network is comprised of 4 Primary Care Networks in the geographical area of Charnwood in West Leicestershire. In total across the 4 PCNs we have 21 General Practices covering the populations of Thurmaston and Birstall in South Charnwood through to Loughborough and Shepshed in North Charnwood. In total we have 2 positions.

The Physician Associate post is equivalent to Agenda for Change Band 7, we also offer access to the NHS Pension Scheme and a generous annual leave entitlement.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Summary / Job Purpose

Charnwood GP Network is a federation of 21 General Practices covering the localities of North and South Charnwood in West Leicestershire. The network encompasses 4 Primary Care Networks (PCNs) which work together collaboratively as part of the Federation.

The Physician Associate will provide care for patients through clinical assessment, examination, investigation, diagnosis, treatment and evaluation of care. The following are the core responsibilities of the Physician Associate role. There may be, on occasion, a requirement to carry out other tasks; this will be dependent upon factors such as workload and staffing levels.

Core Responsibilities:

The Physician Associate will work within their scope of clinical practice and:

  • Provide first point of contact care for patients presenting with undifferentiated, undiagnosed problems, utilising history-taking, physical examinations and clinical decision-making skills to establish a working diagnosis and management plan in partnership with the patient (and their carers where applicable).

  • Undertake face to face, telephone and online consultations for emergency or routine problems, as determined by the Practice, including management of patients with long-term conditions. Participate in all treatment and preventative healthcare services in the Practice as delegated and agreed by the supervising GP(s).

  • Perform diagnostic physical examinations and treatment.

  • Identify, signpost or refer patients at risk of developing long-term conditions, preventing adverse effects on the patients health.

  • Organise onward investigation, treatment and referral where appropriate.

  • Ensure continuity of care, arranging follow-up consultations or reviews as necessary.

  • Attend regular practice clinical meetings.

  • Support the clinical team with all safeguarding matters, in accordance with local and national policies.

  • Under supervision of the GPs in the practice, make professional, autonomous decisions in relation to presenting problems, whether self-referred or referred from other health care workers within the Organisation.

  • Record clear and contemporaneous IT based consultation notes to an agreed standard.

  • Review and act on laboratory results and clinical communication from Hospitals and other providers.

  • Recognise, assess and refer where appropriate patients presenting with mental health problems.

  • Understand practice and local policies for substance abuse and addictive behaviour, referring patients appropriately.

  • Be able to justify choice of medication, and support patients in the use of their prescribed medication (within own scope of practice).

  • Be able to understand the impact of comorbidities, other medications and poly-pharmacy.

  • Deliver integrated patient centred-care through appropriate working with the wider primary care multi-disciplinary team and social care networks.

  • Conduct home visits and Care Home visits (following adequate training).

  • Act on alerts (e.g. QOF, local enhanced services etc.) and reminders during a consultation.

  • Assist the practices in achieving their clinical targets and objectives in QOF, Local enhanced services etc.

  • Participate in continuing professional development opportunities and keep up to date with evidence-based knowledge and competence in all aspects of your role, meeting clinical governance guidelines for continuing professional development (CPD).

  • Develop and agree a personal development plan (PDP) utilising a reflective approach to practice. Operate under appropriate clinical supervision; with the PCN member practices identifying a suitable named GP supervisor for each Physician Associate.

COLLABORATIVE WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

      • Recognises the roles of other colleagues within the Organisation and their role to patient care.

      • Demonstrates use of appropriate communication to gain the co-operation of relevant stakeholders (including patients, senior and peer colleagues, and other professionals, other NHS/private Organisations e.g. CCGs).

      • Demonstrates ability to work as a member of a team.

      • Is able to recognise personal limitations and refer to more appropriate colleague(s) when necessary.

      • Liaises with other GP Practices and staff as needed for the collective benefit of patients.

      • Contributes to Multidisciplinary Team Meetings and Primary Care Team meetings

LEADERSHIP

      • Demonstrates understanding of the Physician Associates role in governance and is able to implement this appropriately within the workplace.

      • Demonstrates understanding of, and contributes to, the workplace vision.

      • Demonstrates ability to improve quality within limitations of service.

      • Reviews last years progress and develops clear plans to achieve results within priorities set by others.

      • Demonstrates ability to motivate self to achieve goals.

MANAGEMENT

      • Demonstrates understanding of the implications of national priorities for the team and/or service.

      • Demonstrates understanding of the process for effective resource utilization.

      • Demonstrates understanding of, and conforms to, relevant standards of practice.

      • Demonstrates ability to identify and resolve risk management issues according to policy/protocol.

      • Follows professional and organisational policies/procedures relating to performance management.

      • Demonstrates ability to extend boundaries of service delivery within the team.

EDUCATION, TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

      • Understands and demonstrates the characteristics of a role model to members in the team and/or service.

      • Demonstrates understanding of the mentorship process.

      • Demonstrates ability to conduct teaching and assessment effectively according to a learning plan with supervision from a more experienced colleague.

      • Demonstrates self-development through continuous professional development activity.

      • Participates in the delivery of formal education programmes.

      • Demonstrates an understanding of current educational policies relevant to working areas of practice and keeps up to date with relevant clinical practice.

General

This is a description of the job as it is now. Employees' job descriptions are periodically reviewed and updated to ensure that they reflect the job as it is then being performed, or to incorporate any changes being proposed. This procedure is conducted by the PCN Clinical Director in consultation with the post holder. You will, therefore, be expected to participate fully in such discussions. We aim to reach agreement on reasonable changes, but if agreement is not possible, the Service reserves the right to insist on changes to your job description after consultation with you.

As an employee of the Service, it is a contractual duty that you abide by any relevant code of professional conduct and/or practice applicable to you. A breach of this requirement may result in action being taken against you (in accordance with the Services disciplinary policy) up to and including dismissal.

Person Specification

Other

Essential

  • Evidence of professional indemnity cover.
  • Ability to travel regularly between GP Practice sites in line with demands of post.
  • Ability to adapt and work flexibly in order to meet the needs of the service.
  • Full Driving Licence.

Equality and Diversity

Essential

  • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of equality of opportunity and diversity taking into account and being aware of how individual actions contribute to and make a difference to the equality agenda.
  • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of equality of opportunity and diversity.

Personal Attributes

Essential

  • Ability to work across organisational boundaries.
  • Clinical credibility with colleagues.
  • Ability to develop strong working relationships, internally and externally.
  • Excellent interpersonal and influencing skills.
  • Excellent analytical and numerical skills.
  • Empathetic approach.
  • Ability to work in a complex and rapidly changing environment.
  • Ability to work corporately as part of the Stellar Healthcare team.
  • Commitment to continuing development of staff and self.
  • Ability to build and sustain personal credibility.
  • Ability to meet objective and deadlines.

Experience

Essential

  • Demonstrable patient assessment skills.
  • Demonstrates an in depth knowledge of related medical conditions, treatments and pharmacology.
  • Experience of supporting doctors in clinical decision making.
  • Ability to work autonomously within the scope of supervised practice.
  • Detailed knowledge of maintaining confidentiality and implementing data protection legislation requirements including information governance.

Skills and Abilities

Essential

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to influence other professionals.
  • Confident and assertive dealing with other professionals.
  • Effective interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to establish credibility with a range of partners both within and outside the GP practice and NHS.
  • Ability to work flexibly, quickly, calmly and accurately under pressure.
  • Ability to prioritise workload and work on own initiative under pressure and to strict deadlines.
  • Ability to work in a team.
  • Ability to use initiative.
  • Proficient IT skills.
  • Effective customer service skills.
  • Good numeracy skills.
  • Self-motivated.
  • Ability to develop mentoring skills.

Qualifications

Essential

  • Postgraduate diploma in Physician Associate from an accredited UK university.
  • Member of Faculty of Physician Associate (PAMVR).
  • Valid National certification and recertification every 6 years.

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

Charnwood GP Network

Address

The Old Infant School

Rosebery Street

Loughborough

Leicestershire

LE11 5DX


Employer's website

https://www.charnwoodgpnetwork.co.uk/