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Web Developer

Love Brownies

Ilkley, Yorkshire
Today
Ilkley, Yorkshire
£25k - £25k Per Year
Today
£25k - £25k Per Year
 Website Developer

Starting at £25k dependent on skills and experience

Full time – Monday to Friday 9 am to 5pm + overtime when required

Ilkley LS29

 

Job Overview

 

Love Brownies are seeking a motivated, independent and skilled full-service website developer to join their sales team, reporting to the Sales Director and based at their offices in Ilkley, West Yorkshire.

 

The successful candidate will be responsible for management and updating of an existing suite of e-commerce websites operated by Love Brownies, as well as front- and back-end development of new website projects from 2021 onwards.

 

This role offers an opportunity to join a rapidly growing business with a wide variety of digital requirements. The successful candidate will be able to put their own stamp on the future of the company and build a role for themselves within an energetic and friendly team.

 

 

Responsibilities and Duties but not limited to:-

 

  • Work with the digital sales & marketing teams to plan and design upcoming website rebuilds and development strategies for existing websites.
  • Lead on development of all facets of new website builds as required by Love Brownies.
  • Take accountability for all pre-launch testing and quality control on new web launches.
  • Organise and carry out regular updates to existing websites within the group.
  • Act as point of contact for all support requirements relating to existing websites within the group and take accountability for fixing any problems that arise.
  • Contuinually test and improve the performance of all web projects within the group.
  • Assist the marketing team in designing and creating mail merge communications.

 

Qualifications and Skills

 

  • Educated to a minimum of A2 level.
  • Minimum of three years transferable industry experience.
  • High level of proficiency with HTML/CSS, PHP, Wordpress & Woocommerce.
  • additional programming experience an advantage

 

Interested? In order to apply for this role please send your cv along with a portfolio of previous work.  

 

Closing date 15th March 2021

 

 

 

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Quality Assurance Manager

National Health Service

Huddersfield, Yorkshire
5 days ago
Huddersfield, Yorkshire
5 days ago

Quality Assurance Manager

Kirkwood Hospice

The closing date is 14 March 2021

Job overview

  • Are you an experienced, self-motivated and forward thinking quality expert?
  • Do you have significant experience of best in class quality improvement methodologies and implementing positive change in a healthcare setting?
  • Would you like to make your mark in an organisation that strives to constantly improve quality in all areas?

Then you could be who we are looking for. As our Quality Assurance Manager, youll be responsible for driving forward quality improvements and leading quality initiatives in all areas of The Kirkwood.

Main duties of the job

Your role will be to ensure that we offer the highest quality service to everyone and ensure that The Kirkwood supports life for those in our community with life-limiting health conditions.

Using your analytical skills and knowledge, you will have the freedom to innovate and get the job done.

About us

At The Kirkwood, we consistently achieve high scores in externally benchmarked employee satisfaction surveys, so were confident we can offer you a supportive and friendly working environment.

Currently, you will work remotely, due to Covid. In the longer term though, it is anticipated that your work location will be a blended combination of remote and on-site working.

If you would like an informal discussion regarding the role, contact Sarah Shaw, Director of Clinical Services on 01484 557900 or email recruitment@thekirkwood.org.uk for more information.

Job description

Job responsibilities

The Quality Assurance Manager will lead on a wide range of quality assurance and quality improvement initiatives for the organisation in line with The Kirkwood's values, its overall strategic objectives, and the quality strategy.

  • Review and develop the quality strategy in conjunction with all relevant parties and the Executive Management Team and Trustees.
  • Lead on all quality, audit, risk and improvement requirements for The Kirkwood, ensuring compliance with national and local legislation
  • Have overall responsibility for monitoring and analysing patient safety data, the effectiveness of service to patients (and families) as well as efficiency, including waste reduction using sound evidence bases to develop improvements.
  • Support clinical departments in managing and improving patient safety.
  • Ensure data about equal access to care is compiled and used effectively to ensure equitable care is delivered.
  • Ownership of the risk and audit database Vantage is managed and developed.
  • Support all teams by providing best practice and learning thorough the promotion of quality improvement, learning and audit.
  • Act as specialist advisor in relation to quality improvement across the organisation.
  • Lead on specific quality improvement programmes and to ensure that services adhere to statutory regulations, incorporating best practice and national service regulations.
  • Co-ordinate and contribute to governance work across the organisation including the preparation of the annual quality report, data collection, Annual Report preparation, Annual Review preparation and all regulatory compliance.
  • Manage The Kirkwood's essential internal information reporting requirements (especially for clinical performance) by managing the Information and Database Development team of two, and by actively contributing to relevant data development groups.
  • Support the Director of Clinical Services (Registered Manager) and all teams in meeting regulatory responsibilities.
  • Actively lead and engage with service users to monitor outcomes, patient and family experience and satisfaction measures for users of all hospice services.
  • Recommend and implement methodologies and initiatives that facilitate all employees to contribute to, and act on, ideas for organisational improvement.
  • Be an active member of the Kirkwood Management Group to progress the strategic objectives identified in The Kirkwoods Business Plan.

Key Responsibilities

Care Quality Commission

  • Lead on maintaining, collating and reviewing of evidence for specific domains for the Care Quality Commission (CQC) self-assessment
  • Work with the Director of Clinical Services (DCS) and Clinical Services Manager (CSM) on CQC inspection visits by monitoring and collating the outcomes of the visit, with others formulating any action plans required and ensuring completion of any agreed actions.
  • Work with departmental leads to ensure that there is up to date evidence in place to ensure compliance with CQC's Standards. It will be the responsibility of the Quality Assurance Manager to enable continuous improvement of clinical practice and service delivery by empowering health care professionals to meet quality standards.

Non-Clinical Responsibilities

  • Work with the Directors of Income Generation, Programmes and Support Services, and Finance and Resources to ensure compliance with regulatory standards within their areas.
  • Work with the relevant departmental leads in those areas to ensure that there is up to date evidence in place to ensure compliance with the regulatory Standards.
  • Take an active role in in the completion of the organisations Annual Report

Governance and Quality Improvement.

The Quality Assurance Manager will:

  • Oversee the delivery of systems and processes to provide assurance against, learning from incidents, clinical audit, procedural document development, clinical risk and Quality Impact Assessments.
  • Analyse complex data from a variety of sources to ensure priorities for quality improvement are identified and risks escalated to the Executive Team.
  • Lead the development and maintenance of The Kirkwood's Quality Strategy to ensure that it includes relevant local and national requirements and is in line with all developments within The Kirkwood.
  • Support the Executive Management Team, Kirkwood Management Group and Clinical leads on the implementation of the Quality strategy and will develop processes for monitoring and reporting progress against the objectives.
  • Lead on the preparation of the annual Quality Account and monitor and report progress against objectives
  • Monitor incident forms to identify trends and lead on the implementation of remedial actions to reduce risks within departments and share learning across the business
  • Develop and lead a framework of risk management, quality improvement and audit across the organisation
  • Ensure findings from clinical audit activity are shared across the organisation and provide evidence that departments have implemented any required changes.
  • Support clinical and non-clinical managers in analysing incidents, accidents, complaints and feedback to ensure that the organisation has robust action and training plans to support learning.
  • Provide analysis of data submitted to Hospice UK safety data benchmarking project
  • Work with Managers and Clinical leads to develop, write and review Hospice policies and procedures
  • Maintain an alert system to flag when policies are due for review and progress is tracked
  • Monitor the actions from the quarterly Trustee visits.
  • Take an active role in Information Governance under the support and direction of the IT Manager, developing and implementing operational requirements to ensure full compliance with the Information Governance Toolkit and GDPR.
  • To chair relevant meetings groups and committees
  • Provide evidence of clinical quality assurance to relevant meetings, groups and committees.
  • Attend Board Committee meetings with the Executive Team as required.
  • Develop relevant departmental dashboards in collaboration with the Information co-ordinator and Service Managers.
  • Actively lead on the development of patient, carer, supporters, donors and customer feedback mechanisms ensuring the flow of feedback across all services and User Forums.
  • Collate reports based on feedback and complaints from patients, carers and other service users as identified above and ensure Executive Team and relevant department leads are informed of any action/ recommendations needed and track the progress of identified actions.
  • In partnership with the Department Leads and Asset and Facilities, develop and implement risk assessment tools that will support services and practice monitoring whilst encouraging the delivery of high-quality safe service. Use this data to inform reporting around risk that can be used to ensure compliance with statutory matters, including health and safety.
  • In conjunction with the DCS, review national clinical reports and identify relevant recommendations that require implementation.
  • To take the lead in ensuring The Kirkwood, research and audit findings are published and presented locally and nationally to demonstrate the excellent work of Kirkwood.
  • Act as an advocate for involvement in research.

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

  • Communicate complex, often contentious and sensitive information when required, adjusting the forms of communication as appropriate.
  • Represent The Kirkwood at appropriate meetings.
  • Produce reports for a variety of audiences, including patients and carers.
  • Undertake presentations and training when appropriate, tailoring the delivery to the audience.

National and Regional collaboration.

  • To become an active member and participant in any Hospice UK quality initiatives / groups
  • To liaise closely with all similar post holders both regionally and nationally in order to support benchmarking for Kirkwood Hospice Services and also keep up to date with quality agenda in healthcare.

MANAGING PEOPLE / SELF

  • Create an environment in which clinicians and managers fully engage with The Kirkwood's approach to improving quality, that they accept responsibility, authority and accountability for their actions and service developments.
  • Take an active part in the strategic direction of The Kirkwood as a member of the Kirkwood management team.

DEMONSTRATING TEAM WORKING SKILLS

  • Establish and maintain productive working relationship within The Kirkwood and other organisations and agencies as appropriate.
  • Support and coach employees across the organisation to ensure that they are confident and competent in quality and audit work.

Education and Training.

  • Contribute to the Kirkwood induction programme
  • Lead any training and reporting needed for policy embedding and implementation

  • Provide training in the tools and techniques to support continual professional development for clinicians
  • In collaboration with the Learning and Development Manager deliver planned education and training initiatives both internally and externally.

FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Contribute to cost saving idea generation as well as income generation.
  • Maintain an awareness of how the use and allocation of resources impact on the team and the organisation.

SERVICE IMPROVEMENT

  • Ensure a professional culture of challenge and reflection encouraging critique and debate of current research and evidence base.
  • Lead on the dissemination of lessons learned from incidents and complaints.
  • Contribute to the dissemination and implementation of clinical procedural documents

Person Specification

Other

Essential

  • Detailed knowledge of risk management, clinical and corporate governance and its impact on the organisation
  • Ability to work flexibly
  • Good organisational skills with ability to prioritise a varied workload
  • Strong understanding of regulatory and policy content.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Ability to relate to a wide range of stakeholders including volunteers
  • Clear understanding of the national and local healthcare agenda
  • Advanced IT skills, e.g. PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Strategy development
  • Courage manages risks, embraces change and learns from experience
  • Ability to build rapport, trust and confidence with colleagues.
  • Ability to demonstrate empathy for the work of the Hospice
  • Demonstrate leadership qualities
  • Personable, confident, self-motivated and enthusiastic
  • Reliable and efficient
  • Good team player

Experience

Essential

  • Strong understanding of health & social care systems and of challenges and opportunities in the context of the external environment.
  • Experience of quality improvement methodologies and clinical governance frameworks.
  • Significant experience of policy writing and review.
  • Track record of leading change.
  • Ability to interpret and apply national and local policy.
  • Experience of patient/user involvement
  • Demonstrable experience in managing risk
  • Experience of planning and implementing service change in response to risk management issues

Desirable

  • Experience of developing and managing projects
  • Experience of managing a budget.
  • Experience of managing a team
  • Experience of interpreting policy and strategy in order to establish organisational goals and standards

Qualifications

Essential

  • Educated to degree level or equivalent qualification or experience
  • Evidence of continued professional development.

Desirable

  • Registered Nurse / HCPC Registration
  • Educated to Masters level in relevant subjects or working towards.
  • Management qualification.
  • Postgraduate qualification in quality or risk or relevant demonstrable experience in this field

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

Kirkwood Hospice

Address

21 Albany Road

Dalton

Huddersfield

HD5 9UY


Employer's website

https://www.kirkwoodhospice.co.uk/

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Senior Community Practitioner

National Health Service

Alexander House, Yorkshire
6 days ago
Alexander House, Yorkshire
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year
6 days ago
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year

Job Reference: 346-NYM-035-20-G

Employer:
Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Mental Health Services for Older People
Location:
Alexander House, Knaresborough
Salary:
£31,365 - £37,890 per annum

We are one of the largest specialist mental health and learning disabilities trusts in the country, with an annual income of £320m and a workforce of some 6,700 staff operating from around 100 sites in Durham, Teesside, North Yorkshire and York and Selby. We provide a range inpatient and community services to 2m people living in County Durham, the Tees Valley, Scarborough, Whitby, Ryedale, Harrogate, Hambleton and Richmondshire. We also provide additional specialist services to other parts of Northern England.

We deliver our services by working in partnership with eight local authorities and clinical commissioning groups, a wide range of voluntary organisations, as well as service users, their carers and the public. The services are spread over a wide geographical area of around 3,600 square miles, which includes coastal, rural and industrial areas.

We are a multi-award winning trust and are included within the Health Service Journal’s Best 100 Places to Work. The trust take a positive and proactive approach to support staff in their personal development and has embedded the Talent Management approach within the Trust, with the vision of helping people to be as good as they can be, helping TEWV to do things better.


These posts are being advertised to address a temporary need of 12 months however the Trust has made the commitment to offer Registered Nurses a permanent contract with the Trust. In the event that the need for this post ends, a suitable alternative post will be offered (this does not apply to other registered professions). Applicants should be aware that alternatives may require some flexibility on role and/or location.

An opportunity has arisen for two Community Senior Practitioners (Registered Mental Health Nurse, Occupational Therapist, Social Worker) to join the Harrogate Older Peoples Community Mental Health Team. These posts have become available following the previous post holders being successful in other secondments locally.

We are seeking to recruit enthusiastic, motivated and experienced clinicians to deliver a Care Co-ordination role in the team. The successful candidates will be able to demonstrate strong clinical skills, daily team leadership and be a role model to others. At all times ensuring high quality care is delivered to individuals living with complex mental health problems over a variety of environments across the geographical area.

The post holders will be joining at a time of service transformation. They are expected to demonstrate a flexible and adaptable approach, required with the advent of COVID-19 using technology and being innovative in their support of our patients and carers. This is a fantastic opportunity for both individuals looking to gain experience at a Band 6 level, as well as those with existing experience.

Applicants must ensure that prior to applying they have agreement from their current line manager that they can be released on a secondment basis.

In the event that permanent funding is secured for this post the successful applicant will be confirmed in post on a permanent basis.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Rachel Hargreaves, Community Team Manager

rachel.hargreaves@nhs.net

01423 795150

Paul Hughes / Jane Groome Advanced Nurse Practitioners

01423 795150



Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust is committed to the protection of staff, service users and visitors to the Trust from second hand smoke and currently operates a no smoking policy which ensures all buildings and grounds are smoke free.

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from individuals who have experience of mental ill health or learning disabilities. Our service users and carers tell us our staff should be consistently concerned with maintaining and improving care with pride, empathy and compassion.

This job advert may close as soon as sufficient suitable applications have been received. If interested please apply for this post as soon as possible

Your submitted application will be imported into our preferred Third party recruitment system. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. You will not be able to track the progress of your application or receive messages via the NHS Jobs website and therefore, as an employer, we will not be able to respond to any e-mails sent to us via the NHS Jobs website. By applying for this post you are agreeing to Tees Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust transferring the information within this application to its preferred applicant management system. If you are offered a job, information will also be transferred into the NHS Electronic Staff Records system

Please note that if the post you are applying for requires a DBS check, you will be required to also subscribe to the DBS Update Service, if successful, and thereafter renew your subscription each year. The Trust will reimburse the subscription fee.

Tier 2 Visa Applicants - From April 2017, Tier 2 visa applicants and their adult dependants will be required to provide a criminal record certificate from each country they have lived in consecutively for 12 months or more in the past 10 years. The requirement has been designed to strengthen the safeguards against individuals with a criminal history who are seeking to come into the UK.

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Category Manager

National Health Service

Huddersfield, Yorkshire
2 days ago
Huddersfield, Yorkshire
2 days ago

Category Manager

Calderdale and Huddersfield Solutions

The closing date is 12 March 2021

Job overview

  • Will support the operational and strategic objectives of the Procurement and Supplies Team and Trust.
  • Will develop strong working relationships with all stakeholders, both internal and external to the Trust, promoting a culture of shared responsibility for procurement issues within the context of the Trust objectives.
  • Will take the lead for relevant clinical/Non Clinical category management initiatives and work across divisions where applicable.
  • Will undertake and ensure robust Tendering and Contracting activity in line with current Trust financial procedures and Public Contract Regulations 2015.

Main duties of the job

Overarching

Undertake all aspects of clinical and/or non-clinical procurement work on behalf of the Trust and time-manage and prioritise this work efficiently.

Proactively engage and manage procurement schemes via relevant category management initiatives.

Analyse and interpret a complex and diverse range of procurement options to identify best route to market.

Cross Departmental

Authorise purchase orders having ensured the best methods or routes of supply have been used, and deal with all procurement issues from request to receipt and payment.

Support urgent requests for the supply of goods or services and ensure that arrangements are in place to meet the urgent requirement, dealing with the request responsibly and effectively.

Resource Management

Provide day to day support and direction to assistant category managers, when required

Provide cover and support for other team members during holidays, sickness, etc.

About us

Core Leadership Behaviours:

To act as a role model for the Company.

Supportive

Responsive

Compassionate

Honest

Core Principles:

We put the patient first

We go see

We do the must dos

We work together to get results

Core Behaviours :

The attitudes and behaviours we expect from each other can be found in the staff handbook for new employees

Job description

Job responsibilities

Suppliers/Supply

Ensure effective supplier management to ensure compliance to contractual arrangements, KPIs and specifications as well as providing support in the event of market disruption and supplier failure which causes an issue with supply/service delivery.

Stakeholder Management

Effective stakeholder management strategies deployed when undertaking procurement activities/projects to ensure best outcomes are achieved for all parties.

Provide procurement advice, support to Trust staff working on procurement tasks.

Collaboration

Liaising with other NHS Trusts, DOH, NHS Supply Chain and any applicable Procurement Hub and other appropriate organisations, to benefit from sharing best practice, including the provision of data.

Working collaboratively with other Trusts to rationalise products and suppliers, and agreeing and achieving savings and other value added benefits.

Self Management

The post holder will be expected to develop the role on an on-going basis with his / her manager and the service and to adapt the job according to management and organisational changes.

Compliance

Compliance to both internal and best practise processes and procedures which achieve best value for money when procuring products & services whilst also ensuring compliance with contracts and Trust/EU standard procurement practice.

Ensure that the Trusts Standing Financial Instructions (SFIs), European Public Procurement Legislation, and the Trusts and NHS procurement policies and procedures are adhered to at all times.

Ensure that any queries, complaints or discrepancies reported to the department are dealt with in a timely and efficient manner, including product advice to members of the public and GP practices.

Assist in the development and implementation of operational policies and procedures and support activities which ensure compliance to accredited standards awarded to the organisation.

Savings

Identify cost saving efficiency schemes, calculation of the savings and benefit realisation. Understand market conditions and work collaboratively as necessary.

Continually review the route to market for goods and services ensuring that established arrangements eg utilisation of national/regional frameworks continue to offer best value for money.

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • Proven professional experience
  • MCIPS or equivalent qualification

Experience

Essential

  • Experience of handling complex procurement projects
  • Experience of detailed analysis of data relating to the review of product use, cost and savings
  • Experience in planning, organising and managing procurement projects and tender exercises
  • Experience of supplier management including resolution of supply challenges

Desirable

  • Experience of implementing procurement strategy, policy and procedure
  • Experience of delivering a stakeholder management strategy
  • Clinical product knowledge
  • Experience of collaborative procurement across multiple organisations
  • Staff management/supervision experience

Knowledge & Skills

Essential

  • Thorough understanding of the purchasing and supply process
  • Complete understanding and knowledge of European Union Public Procurement Directives and public procurement legislation
  • Practical working knowledge of public procurement
  • Able to work under pressure and meet deadlines

Desirable

  • Ability to lead and motivate others
  • Thorough understanding of current NHS Procurement Landscape
  • Knowledge and understanding of Acute Trust Procurement
  • Understanding of change management tools and techniques

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

Calderdale and Huddersfield Solutions

Address

Acre Mill Outpatients

Huddersfield

HD3 3EA


Employer's website

https://chs-limited.co.uk/welcome/

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START Assistant Practitioner

National Health Service

Kirklees, Yorkshire
6 days ago
Kirklees, Yorkshire
£21.892k - £24.157k Per Year
6 days ago
£21.892k - £24.157k Per Year

Job Reference: 845-LOC1866

Employer:
Locala Community Partnerships CIC
Location:
Kirklees
Salary:
£21,892- £24,157per annum

Locala Community Partnerships CIC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all colleagues and volunteers to share this commitment.

An element of flexible working is expected to maintain safe, effective, responsive services. All posts recruited to by Locala Community Partnerships CIC (whether on a fixed term or substantive basis) are subject to a 6 month probationary period.


Post title: Assistant Practitioner

Location: Kirklees wide(Locala Community Partnerships CIC)

Salary: Agenda for changeBand 4

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Job Type: Permanent

Are you an Assistant Practitioner with an Assistant Practitioner qualification and have a passion for Urgent Community Response, Intermediate Care, Admission Avoidance and Early Supported Discharge, with strong communication skills and the ability to affectively work as part of a Multi-disciplinary team this is the challenge you have been looking for.

We have an exciting new opportunity for an enthusiastic and committed Assistant Practitioner to support patients in their own home environment and support discharges in the acute sector to our team.

We are a friendly multi-disciplinary team comprising of Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Advances Nursing Practice (ANP’s), and Administration covering both Acute and Community settings across Kirklees to offer a 7 day service, working 8am until 8pm providing assessment, treatment and evaluation of patients’ needs in a short term intervention program as well as supporting discharges to various settings and working with Intermediate Care Bed Bases.

Patients are referred to the service in a time of crisis and our ultimate aim is to prevent unnecessary admission to hospital and in addition to ensure the swift appropriate discharge from hospital of a patient who can be cared for at home.

Patients also are referred from the acute sector to support early discharge from hospital to various settings in the community.

The team also work with other services including the third sector and social care.

Working on initiative is essential, and there will be opportunities to support and skill share with colleagues within the team as well as across the different sectors.

The role will incorporate consultations following a nurse or therapist assessment and education within the primary care environment, providing a specialist resource for health care professionals and patients. It will also include working with a senior team member in the acute sector to support discharges as well as the potential to spend time supporting the intermediate care bed bases.

The post holder will require excellent communication skills to build complex relationships and network with key stakeholders to enable integration.

As an Assistant Practitioner in the Unplanned Care Team you will utilise your core therapy skills, however it is essential that all the team members work closely together a truly integrate Multi-disciplinary team (MDT) to provide a comprehensive service through skill sharing utilising the Calderdale framework.

We are committed to supporting Continuing Professional Development with staff training identified through our robust appraisal system. Supported by in service training, access to external courses and clinical supervision.

If you are able to use your own initiative, be flexible in your approach, and are motivated to “be part of it”, come and join us. This service is very much a team approach, it has built up over the last 5 years expanding with support in supervision, regular team meetings and one to ones.

In return for becoming part of our team we offer a full induction and training package to support your needs, we will develop and motivate you to enable you to have the right skills to do your job, we offer great working conditions along with supporting you to achieve a good work life balance.

For more information about the role please do not hesitate to contact:

Katy Littlewood, Unplanned Care Lead on: 0303 330 9657



Please ensure you read the Application Guidance Document on the right hand side of this page prior to filling out this form to help you.

To minimise delays please ensure your application is submitted with valid email addresses for referees, one of whom MUST be your current or most recent employer.

Our offer to you

In return for becoming part of our team we offer a full induction and training package to support your needs, we will develop and motivate you to enable you to have the right skills to do your job, we offer great working conditions along with supporting you to achieve a good work life balance. We offer a competitive contributory pension scheme with Royal London. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of society regardless of disability, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief. For further information about our benefits, please click on the Locala Benefits for applicants on the right hand side of this vacancy to read more.

Please apply as soon as possible as posts will be closed once sufficient applications are received.

If you have not been shortlisted you will be notified through the NHS Jobs Website. If you require further information on why you haven’t been shortlisted please contact the recruiting manager. Please provide your contact details for either email or telephone for them to be in touch. If an insufficient number of applications are received for this vacancy, there is a possibility the post could be re advertised even after the shortlisting process.

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Specialist Physiotherapist

National Health Service

Liversedge, Yorkshire
Today
Liversedge, Yorkshire
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year
Today
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year

Job Reference: 845-LOC1862

Employer:
Locala Community Partnerships CIC
Department:
START
Location:
Liversedge
Salary:
£31,365 to £37,890 per annum

Locala Community Partnerships CIC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all colleagues and volunteers to share this commitment.

An element of flexible working is expected to maintain safe, effective, responsive services. All posts recruited to by Locala Community Partnerships CIC (whether on a fixed term or substantive basis) are subject to a 6 month probationary period.


Specialist Physiotherapist –Unplanned & Immediate care

Working pattern: 37.5 hours per week across 7 days, 8am – 8pm

Job Type: Permanent

Bases at Mill Hill Health Centre and Eddercliffe Health Centre, working across Kirklees

An opportunity has arisen within our unplanned and intermediate care, this role can be interlinked within the service covering Rapid Discharge and the Short-Term Assessment Response Team.

If you are a motivated Physiotherapist, with strong core therapy skills, and a desire to develop specialist skills we would welcome you to join our team.

Our aim is to prevent unnecessary admission to hospital and ensure the swift patient discharge from hospital to home. The team, work with other services, including the third sector, and social care.

About us:

Be part of our success story and contribute to our bright future. Locala Community Partnerships is a Community Interest Company (CIC), an independent, not for profit social enterprise, providing NHS services to over 400,000 people, in and around West Yorkshire

We’re a not-for-profit social enterprise, so we are in the great position of having the flexibility to tailor our services to meet the needs of our communities - and any financial surplus is re-invested straight back into supporting patient care.

Our Short Term Assessment Response Team (START) is made up of around 23 people some of the roles within this team include; Nurses, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and a Healthcare Assistant all with strong links to local Emergency Departments and frailty services.

The START team provides Rapid Response Assessments in patient’s homes working with referrals from A&E and with the Frailty teams. We personalise care planning to meet patient’s individual needs and provide carer support to maintain patients safely.

As part of our remit we arrange admission to a Rehab bed if following our assessment, it is identified any patient would benefit from rehabilitation. We provide assistive technology and equipment to maximise independence and short-term intensive therapy to improve functional abilities.

About you:

A strong passion for rehabilitation, crisis intervention and admission avoidance are vital to the success of this role.

Excellent communication skills to build complex relationships and network with key stakeholders to enable integration. Using initiative is essential, as is skill sharing with colleagues within the team, and the wider organisation. It is essential that all the team members work closely together, to truly integrate a multidisciplinary team (MDT) and provide a comprehensive service, utilising the Calderdale framework.

Responsibilities:

As a Specialist Physiotherapist you will contribute to service and policy development with senior members of the team.

This role incorporates consultation and education, through formal, and informal training, within the primary and secondary care environment.

Clinical supervision for junior colleagues and students, also forms part of the educational function of the role.

You will provide, therapy, and basic nursing and social care assessments to patients in their own home environment in an MDT. You will also work to support the Rapid Discharge Team in the Acute Sector as well having opportunities to work across Locala’s Intermediate Care bases.

Essential:

Strong communication and multidisciplinary working skills are essential for this role as well as an excellent understanding of the intermediate care agenda.

Further information:

Intermediate Care covers both Acute and Community settings, seven days a week, from 8am until 8pm through a short-term intervention programme, working alongside other services, including the third sector, and social care.

We are committed to supporting Continuous Personal Development (CPD) through our robust appraisal system. This is supported delivered by in-service training, access to external courses and clinical supervision.

Locala supports employees to achieve a positive work- life balance and promotes mobile working with colleagues provided with the technology to make it happen.



Please ensure you read the Application Guidance Document on the right hand side of this page prior to filling out this form to help you.

To minimise delays please ensure your application is submitted with valid email addresses for referees, one of whom MUST be your current or most recent employer.

Our offer to you

In return for becoming part of our team we offer a full induction and training package to support your needs, we will develop and motivate you to enable you to have the right skills to do your job, we offer great working conditions along with supporting you to achieve a good work life balance. We offer a competitive contributory pension scheme with Royal London. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of society regardless of disability, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief. For further information about our benefits, please click on the Locala Benefits for applicants on the right hand side of this vacancy to read more.

Please apply as soon as possible as posts will be closed once sufficient applications are received.

If you have not been shortlisted you will be notified through the NHS Jobs Website. If you require further information on why you haven’t been shortlisted please contact the recruiting manager. Please provide your contact details for either email or telephone for them to be in touch. If an insufficient number of applications are received for this vacancy, there is a possibility the post could be re advertised even after the shortlisting process.

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Community Frailty Nurse

National Health Service

Heckmondwike, Yorkshire
5 days ago
Heckmondwike, Yorkshire
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year
5 days ago
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year

Job Reference: 845-LOC1936

Employer:
Locala Community Partnerships CIC
Department:
Integrated Community Care Teams
Location:
Heckmondwike
Salary:
£31,365 to £37,890 per annum

Locala Community Partnerships CIC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all colleagues and volunteers to share this commitment.

An element of flexible working is expected to maintain safe, effective, responsive services. All posts recruited to by Locala Community Partnerships CIC (whether on a fixed term or substantive basis) are subject to a 6 month probationary period.


Post title: Community Frailty Nurse

Band: Agenda for change band 6

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

The post holder will be a key person in the Multi -Disciplinary Team working to support the common goal of safe, efficient care delivery and act as a clinical advisor on health care issues within their area of expertise.

The successful candidate will work within the district nursing service alongside the community matron to provide clinical case management for moderate/severely frail patients with multiple long- term conditions who are at risk of deterioration and unnecessary hospital admissions.

The overall aim is to improve clinical outcomes for patients with frailty by co-producing personalised care plans to enable people remain in their own home and reduce and prevent inappropriate hospital admission and unnecessary hospital length of stay.

The post holder will have excellent communication skills and have the ability to work in a Multi- Disciplinary Team, to build complex relationships and network with key stakeholders to provide seamless care for patients and their families.

We are committed to supporting Continuous Personal Development (CPD) through our robust appraisal system. This is supported and delivered by our in-service training, including access to external courses and clinical supervision training.

Locala is committed to helping employees achieve a positive work- life balance and promotes mobile working. Staff are provided with mobile technology.

For informal enquiries please contact brenda.devey@locala.org.uk or amina.hans-adam@locala.org.uk



Please ensure you read the Application Guidance Document on the right hand side of this page prior to filling out this form to help you.

To minimise delays please ensure your application is submitted with valid email addresses for referees, one of whom MUST be your current or most recent employer.

Our offer to you

In return for becoming part of our team we offer a full induction and training package to support your needs, we will develop and motivate you to enable you to have the right skills to do your job, we offer great working conditions along with supporting you to achieve a good work life balance. We offer a competitive contributory pension scheme with Royal London. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of society regardless of disability, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief. For further information about our benefits, please click on the Locala Benefits for applicants on the right hand side of this vacancy to read more.

Please apply as soon as possible as posts will be closed once sufficient applications are received.

If you have not been shortlisted you will be notified through the NHS Jobs Website. If you require further information on why you haven’t been shortlisted please contact the recruiting manager. Please provide your contact details for either email or telephone for them to be in touch. If an insufficient number of applications are received for this vacancy, there is a possibility the post could be re advertised even after the shortlisting process.

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Unplanned & Intermediate Care Services Senior Nurse

National Health Service

Liversedge & Huddersfield, Yorkshire
6 days ago
Liversedge & Huddersfield, Yorkshire
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year
6 days ago
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year

Job Reference: 845-LOC1972

Employer:
Locala Community Partnerships CIC
Department:
START
Location:
Liversedge & Huddersfield
Salary:
£31,365 to £37,890 per annum

Locala Community Partnerships CIC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all colleagues and volunteers to share this commitment.

An element of flexible working is expected to maintain safe, effective, responsive services. All posts recruited to by Locala Community Partnerships CIC (whether on a fixed term or substantive basis) are subject to a 6 month probationary period.


Unplanned & Immediate Care Services Senior Nurse

Salary: Band 6

Working pattern: 37.5 hours per week across 7 days, 8am – 8pm

Job Type: Permanent

Location: Liversedge & Mill Hill

If you are motivated and driven Senior Nurse, with strong core nursing skills, and a desire to develop specialist skills we would love to hear from you.

An opportunity has arisen within our unplanned and intermediate care services, this role is interlinked within the service covering Rapid Discharge and the Short-Term Assessment Response Team with nursing follow ups and IV therapy included.

About us:

Be part of our success story and contribute to our bright future. Locala Community Partnerships is a Community Interest Company (CIC), an independent, not for profit social enterprise, providing NHS services to over 400,000 people, in and around West Yorkshire.

We are a not-for-profit social enterprise, so we are in the great position of having the flexibility to tailor our services to meet the needs of our communities - and any financial surplus is re-invested straight back into supporting patient care.

Our Unplanned and Intermediate Care Team is comprised of Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists Assistant Practitioners, Nurse associates, Advanced Clinical Practitioners and Administration who have strong link with local hospitals and frailty units.

As part of our remit we arrange admission to a Rehab bed if following our assessment, it is identified any patient would benefit from rehabilitation. We provide assistive technology and equipment to maximise independence nursing assessments, IV Therapy and short-term intensive therapy to improve functional abilities.

About you:

A strong passion for crisis intervention, rehabilitation, early supported discharge and admission avoidance are vital to the success of this role. You will help our patients develop, recover, improve, as well as maintain the skills needed for daily living and working.

Excellent communication skills to build complex relationships and network with key stakeholders to enable integration. Using initiative is essential, as is skill sharing with colleagues within the team, and the wider organisation. It is essential that all the team members work closely together, to truly integrate a multidisciplinary team (MDT) and provide a comprehensive service, utilising the Calderdale framework.

Responsibilities:

As a Senior Nurse, you will contribute to service and policy development with the service leads and other colleagues in the team. Clinical supervision for junior colleagues and students, also forms part of the educational function of the role.

You will provide nursing and basic therapy and social care assessments to patients in their own home environment in an MDT. You will also work to support the Rapid Discharge Team in the Acute Sector as well having opportunities to work across Locala’s Intermediate Care bases.

Essential:

A knowledge and understanding of the unplanned and intermediate care agenda and strong communication and problem solving skills are essential.

Further information:

Intermediate Care covers both Acute and Community settings, seven days a week, from 8am until 8pm through a short-term intervention programme, working alongside other services, including the third sector and social care.

We are committed to supporting Continuous Personal Development (CPD) through our robust appraisal system. This is supported delivered by in-service training, access to external courses and clinical supervision.

Locala supports employees to achieve a positive work- life balance and promotes mobile working with colleagues provided with the technology to make it happen.



Please ensure you read the Application Guidance Document on the right hand side of this page prior to filling out this form to help you.

To minimise delays please ensure your application is submitted with valid email addresses for referees, one of whom MUST be your current or most recent employer.

Our offer to you

In return for becoming part of our team we offer a full induction and training package to support your needs, we will develop and motivate you to enable you to have the right skills to do your job, we offer great working conditions along with supporting you to achieve a good work life balance. We offer a competitive contributory pension scheme with Royal London. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of society regardless of disability, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief. For further information about our benefits, please click on the Locala Benefits for applicants on the right hand side of this vacancy to read more.

Please apply as soon as possible as posts will be closed once sufficient applications are received.

If you have not been shortlisted you will be notified through the NHS Jobs Website. If you require further information on why you haven’t been shortlisted please contact the recruiting manager. Please provide your contact details for either email or telephone for them to be in touch. If an insufficient number of applications are received for this vacancy, there is a possibility the post could be re advertised even after the shortlisting process.

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Adult Community Staff Nurse

National Health Service

Liversedge, Yorkshire
6 days ago
Liversedge, Yorkshire
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year
6 days ago
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year

Job Reference: 845-LOC1947

Employer:
Locala Community Partnerships CIC
Department:
Reablement
Location:
Liversedge
Salary:
£24,907 to £30,615 pa

Locala Community Partnerships CIC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all colleagues and volunteers to share this commitment.

An element of flexible working is expected to maintain safe, effective, responsive services. All posts recruited to by Locala Community Partnerships CIC (whether on a fixed term or substantive basis) are subject to a 6 month probationary period.


Post Title: Community Adult Staff Nurse

Location: Kirklees

Salary: Band 5 Agenda for change (£24,907 - £30,616)

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

An Exciting opportunity has arisen for a Band 5 Registered Nurse to join our Enhanced Reablement Team.

The post is community based and involves visiting and assessing patients within their own homes.

Are you a well-motivated and flexible individual with a keen interest in Rehabilitation.

This post could be for you if you are looking for a challenging role and are able to provide high quality nursing care within our highly skilled and forward thinking team, of Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists. You will be actively involved in the assessment and delivery of nursing and therapy interventions. You will also be involved in staff, student and service development to enable the implementation of best practice and quality care.

In return, we will give you our full support and nurture your career starting with a comprehensive induction program.

Locala Community Healthcare Services is committed to delivering top class primary care services in this area of West Yorkshire.

Our vision has been developed to enable the public and patients to understand more about their own health, shape their own services and better achieve their full potential, therefore we need pro-active professionals who can share our ambition and drive forward our goals.

Enhanced Reablement isa short term, time limited and intensive service which aims to support eligible individuals to regain physical ability, to learn or re-learn daily living skills and to regain confidence and independence. Our aim is to enable ours patients to reach their maximum level of indepence and avoid acute hospital admission or an extended acute hospital stay.

You will need excellentinterpersonal skills tocommunite with a range of professionals, services, patients and home support workers. A flexible attitude is imperative, as well as an understanding of person-centred care andtreating patients with dignity and respect.

If you enjoy working with older adults in a community care setting, and are flexible, hard working with a positive attitude and able to work independently using your initiative then we would really like to hear from you.

For further information regarding this post please contact Team Leader

karen.weavill@locala.org.uk or telephone 07763 547 940



Please ensure you read the Application Guidance Document on the right hand side of this page prior to filling out this form to help you.

To minimise delays please ensure your application is submitted with valid email addresses for referees, one of whom MUST be your current or most recent employer.

Our offer to you

In return for becoming part of our team we offer a full induction and training package to support your needs, we will develop and motivate you to enable you to have the right skills to do your job, we offer great working conditions along with supporting you to achieve a good work life balance. We offer a competitive contributory pension scheme with Royal London. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of society regardless of disability, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief. For further information about our benefits, please click on the Locala Benefits for applicants on the right hand side of this vacancy to read more.

Please apply as soon as possible as posts will be closed once sufficient applications are received.

If you have not been shortlisted you will be notified through the NHS Jobs Website. If you require further information on why you haven’t been shortlisted please contact the recruiting manager. Please provide your contact details for either email or telephone for them to be in touch. If an insufficient number of applications are received for this vacancy, there is a possibility the post could be re advertised even after the shortlisting process.

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Advanced Clinical Practitioner

National Health Service

Liversedge, Yorkshire
6 days ago
Liversedge, Yorkshire
£45.753k - £51.668k Per Year
6 days ago
£45.753k - £51.668k Per Year

Job Reference: 845-LOC1942

Employer:
Locala Community Partnerships CIC
Department:
START
Location:
Liversedge
Salary:
£45,753 to £51,668 per annum

Locala Community Partnerships CIC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all colleagues and volunteers to share this commitment.

An element of flexible working is expected to maintain safe, effective, responsive services. All posts recruited to by Locala Community Partnerships CIC (whether on a fixed term or substantive basis) are subject to a 6 month probationary period.


Job Title: Advanced Clinical Practitioner – Urgent Community Response and Unplanned Care

Salary: Band 8A (£45,753 - £51,668 per annum)

Working pattern: 37.5 hours per week across 7 days, 8am – 8pm

Job Type: Permanent (Part time posts will be considered)

Location: Kirklees – Bases at Mill Hill Health Centre and Eddercliffe Health Centre

This position is open to Nurses and Allied Professionals

We are now looking to expand our team due to service development opportunities with an experienced Advanced Clinical Practitioner, with strong prescribing, advanced clinical skills and Outpatient Parental Antimicrobial Therapy (OPAT) knowledge.

As a key member of the Unplanned and Intermediate Care team you’ll be part of our continuing success in Kirklees, preventing unnecessary admission to hospital and helping keep patients at their place of home, including Care Homes.

About us:

We’re a not-for-profit social enterprise, so we are in the great position of having the flexibility to tailor our services to meet the needs of our communities - and any financial surplus is re-invested straight back into supporting patient care.

The Unplanned Care and Urgent Community Response Team provide support for patients in their own homes or care homes to be maintained safely at home either via Urgent Community Response 0-2 hour assessment, Rapid Assessments by nurses and therapists for those patients in crisis. We facilitate hospital discharge and ensure the patient is supported in remaining at home safely as well as referring to other supporting services to reduce the risk of unnecessary readmission. We have an established Nurse led OPAT service supported by the acute trusts and our own Medicines Safety Team to deliver Intravenous antibiotics in a patients home and care homes

About you:

You will be an experienced Advanced Clinical Practitioner who, acting within their professional boundaries, will provide care for the presenting patient, from initial history taking, clinical assessment, diagnosis, treatment, prescribing medication and evaluation of care.

This role provides direct delivery of total episodes of clinical care. You will work as an autonomously within an interdependent, multi-disciplinary healthcare team.

Responsibilities:

You will demonstrate safe, clinical decision-making and expert care, including assessment and diagnostic skills, for those residents in care homes and patients in their own homes. As part of your role you will support in an acute environment when required to facilitate discharge.

Proven critical thinking in the clinical decision-making process is paramount.

Supporting across the Unplanned and Intermediate Care services are essential in terms of clinical advice to colleagues around medicines management, OPAT delivery and clinical presentation.

Essential:

In order to work at this level, Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) requirements for advanced practice must be met.

Further information:

Intermediate Care covers both Acute and Community settings, seven days a week, from 8am until 8pm through a short-term intervention programme, working alongside other services, including the third sector, and social care.

We are committed to supporting Continuous Personal Development (CPD) through our robust appraisal system. This is supported delivered by in-service training, access to external courses and clinical supervision.

Locala supports employees to achieve a positive work- life balance and promotes mobile working with colleagues provided with the technology to make it happen.

For further information please contact:

Katy Littlewood Unplanned Care Lead on: 0303 330 9904



Please ensure you read the Application Guidance Document on the right hand side of this page prior to filling out this form to help you.

To minimise delays please ensure your application is submitted with valid email addresses for referees, one of whom MUST be your current or most recent employer.

Our offer to you

In return for becoming part of our team we offer a full induction and training package to support your needs, we will develop and motivate you to enable you to have the right skills to do your job, we offer great working conditions along with supporting you to achieve a good work life balance. We offer a competitive contributory pension scheme with Royal London. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of society regardless of disability, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief. For further information about our benefits, please click on the Locala Benefits for applicants on the right hand side of this vacancy to read more.

Please apply as soon as possible as posts will be closed once sufficient applications are received.

If you have not been shortlisted you will be notified through the NHS Jobs Website. If you require further information on why you haven’t been shortlisted please contact the recruiting manager. Please provide your contact details for either email or telephone for them to be in touch. If an insufficient number of applications are received for this vacancy, there is a possibility the post could be re advertised even after the shortlisting process.

Salary

£25k - £25k Per Year

Job Type

full-time

Posted

Today

Description

 Website Developer

Starting at £25k dependent on skills and experience

Full time – Monday to Friday 9 am to 5pm + overtime when required

Ilkley LS29

 

Job Overview

 

Love Brownies are seeking a motivated, independent and skilled full-service website developer to join their sales team, reporting to the Sales Director and based at their offices in Ilkley, West Yorkshire.

 

The successful candidate will be responsible for management and updating of an existing suite of e-commerce websites operated by Love Brownies, as well as front- and back-end development of new website projects from 2021 onwards.

 

This role offers an opportunity to join a rapidly growing business with a wide variety of digital requirements. The successful candidate will be able to put their own stamp on the future of the company and build a role for themselves within an energetic and friendly team.

 

 

Responsibilities and Duties but not limited to:-

 

  • Work with the digital sales & marketing teams to plan and design upcoming website rebuilds and development strategies for existing websites.
  • Lead on development of all facets of new website builds as required by Love Brownies.
  • Take accountability for all pre-launch testing and quality control on new web launches.
  • Organise and carry out regular updates to existing websites within the group.
  • Act as point of contact for all support requirements relating to existing websites within the group and take accountability for fixing any problems that arise.
  • Contuinually test and improve the performance of all web projects within the group.
  • Assist the marketing team in designing and creating mail merge communications.

 

Qualifications and Skills

 

  • Educated to a minimum of A2 level.
  • Minimum of three years transferable industry experience.
  • High level of proficiency with HTML/CSS, PHP, Wordpress & Woocommerce.
  • additional programming experience an advantage

 

Interested? In order to apply for this role please send your cv along with a portfolio of previous work.  

 

Closing date 15th March 2021