There is an exciting opportunity to join the SEL ICB as the Quality Clinical and Care Professional Lead for SEL ICB at four sessions per week (0.4 WTE) offered on a contract basis.
This role will provide expert and pragmatic advice, leadership, and management necessary to support the ICB’s statutory duty of commissioning safe and high quality services but also work with the Directors of Quality, Chief Nurse, and Joint Medical Director to lead change across the system to improve quality and patient safety. The role will provide expert clinical leadership and guidance, will work collaboratively with others including our Patient Safety Partners to support the organisation’s strategic objectives and also support local delivery of the National Patient Safety Strategy.
To find out more about the role and/or arrange an informal chat , please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
To apply, please review the job description and complete the expression of interest form together with your CV and the equal opportunities monitoring form and return these to firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for expressions of interest is 5pm Monday 12th June with interviews to be held in June.
We are looking for a qualified clinician with the ability to think strategically within a team and across-organisations and who has a track record in leadership on quality issues. The post holder needs to have a good understanding of clinical governance at local and system level and be cognisant of early warning signs of poor quality.
The postholder requires high level influencing skills with an ability to persuade clinicians to engage with, implement and embed change to achieve successful outcomes as well as being able to express complicated, multi-stranded concepts in an accessible way, both verbally and in writing and in a multi-professional environment.
Working for our organisation
The South East London Integrated Care System (ICS) brings together the health and care partners that serve our vibrant and highly diverse populations resident in the London boroughs of Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich, Lambeth, Lewisham, and Southwark – our Places.
Our partnership brings together six local authorities, over 200 general practices (operating within 35 Primary Care Networks), Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS FT, King’s College Hospital NHS FT, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust, South London and the Maudsley Mental Health FT and Oxleas FT.
Importantly, the ICS seeks to be connected to the communities we serve (circa 1.92m residents) and work with the widest possible range of community, voluntary and third sector groups and organisations in each borough. The reach of our NHS provider portfolios extends beyond the borders of the ICS, across London, the south of England and nationally for some services.