Admin and Clerical
This is an ideal opportunity for an individual with an interest in quality and safety/governance and complaints. We are looking for an enthusiastic experienced individual with a passion for delivering high quality care in partnership with patients and their relatives and staff.
We are looking for someone who is passionate about great patient care, who can bring new ideas to the table, has a talent for spotting a great opportunity or story, is not flustered when dealing with the unexpected, and who is keen to learn and be part of a busy team. Is that you? Then we would love to hear from you. In this role you will work across all communication disciplines. Supporting the senior communications officers’ priority projects and campaigns, you may be working with a TV news crew one day, interviewing a patient about their hospital journey on another, and responding to questions on social media in-between. You will also be involved in internal communications for our staff and our stakeholder engagement, including councils and local politicians.
We are looking for a Deputy Divisional Manager for the Surgical Division to support the elective restart programme. The postholder will have a key role in representing BHRUT at key sector wide meetings to coordinate the development of hubs for low acuity/high volume services as well as have internal operational focus on the delivery of the elective restart programme. The post is initially fixed term for 2 years and would suit an individual seeking advancement from a General Management operational role to a broader post encompassing all of the Trust's surgical services or someone who enjoys project management at a senior level.
We are seeking to appoint a skilled and confident ward clerk to the Maternity Department. The successful candidate will be the first point of contact for many of our clients and visitors to the department. You will be enthusiastic, motivated and have excellent communication skills as you will be the front facing member of the team, greeting the families that visit our service, ensuring the safety and security of our women and babies is key
This is an exceptional opportunity to join the IM&T senior management team in one of five newly created key roles that support the recently appointed joint CIO of Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals Trust and North East London Foundation Trust. The post holder will help create a leading digital function in the NHS ensuring delivery of the IM&T strategy through planning, development, IM&T investment and digital transformation, having overall responsibility in the delivery and coordination of the IM&T Projects. You will provide leadership and support strategic direction through clear management and understanding to the team leads, ensuring they are supported to meet their role and team objectives while maintaining effective and supportive relationships across all areas.
This post will lead the clinical audit team and ensure that clinical audit and effectiveness has a high profile throughout the Trust. The Clinical Audit and Clinical Effectiveness Manager will ensure that the Trust meets national, professional, and local standards for clinical effectiveness and ensure that clinical audit is used effectively to maintain high standards of patient care and patients’ safety.
Our Company Secretary will manage and further develop our procedures for sound and robust corporate governance. They will provide professional advice and guidance in this regard to the Board of Directors via the Chair and Chief Executive directly. As a member of the senior management team, the successful applicant will actively contribute to the development and implementation of the strategic direction and corporate objectives that play a key role in embedding our vision, mission, values and strategic plan.
We are looking for enthusiastic individuals who will be responsible for the active management of patients’ pathways, with responsibility for the efficient and effective delivery of a high performing and dedicated service. There are two vacancies within our medical secretarial team; the post is full time (37.5 hours per week) and will be working other medical secretaries and admin and clerical team.
This post holder will play a key senior role in the ITT and Performance Directorate of the Trust, accountable for leading and developing the strategic and operational performance (business reporting) and information (business analysis) systems. You will be required to lead the delivery and development of the Trust data warehouse and provide expertise to improve data repositories for information interpretation, data analysis, and reporting.
We are looking for an innovative and insightful leader with a successful track record of leading teams and delivery across senior Intelligence roles. You should be able to clearly demonstrate where you established, delivered and transformed the usage of data including working with services to bring consistency and common approaches to the delivery of actionable intelligence. You will need to have a strong technical background and be able to provide expertise to improve data repositories for information interpretation, data analysis, and reporting. A strong understanding of Qlikview would also be favourable.
Nursing and Midwifery
We are looking to appoint a clinically expert, enthusiastic, motivated and flexible person to join our well established team. You must be an avid advocate for the patients and families that you will work with whilst helping to foster therapeutic relationships with the wider multi-disciplinary team.
An opportunity has arisen in the lung cancer nursing team at King George Hospital. The post holder will be required to demonstrate a high level of clinical decision-making and an ability to monitor and improve standards of care within the lung service. He/she will be autonomous, influencing patient care with a multi-faceted approach that includes clinical expertise, teaching and research. In doing this the post holder will equip the primary carers with the required skills and knowledge to facilitate a high standard of care to all patients with lung cancer from referral and throughout disease trajectory.
We are looking for a Band 5 Nurse to join our new Children and Young People’s Assessment Unit. The successful candidate must have excellent communication skills, an ability to work as part of the multi-disciplinary team and has a positive attitude to service developments. So if you are enthusiastic, dynamic and highly motivated nurse who is committed, caring and compassionate come and join our fantastic team. Your professional development will be encouraged and supported.
This role will facilitate the rollout of competency assessment for all staff, identify staff training needs and maintain professional development in accordance with NMC requirements. You will be able to demonstrate an approachable manner and facilitate mentorship and preceptorship initiatives. You will be able to demonstrate you can manage poor performance according to Trust policy and implement advanced practice skills with a solid evidence base.
Medical and Dental
We are looking for an enthusiastic and innovative professional to join our dedicated team in the Acute Unit. BHRUT is one of the largest acute trusts in the UK, providing specialist trauma, oncology, neurosciences, hyper acute, stroke and critical care services. We are passionate about developing excellent and sustainable services, including developing our capacity to act as the main tertiary referral centre for North East London and Essex. We have excellent academic centres with a vibrant educational programme.
There is an excellent opportunity to join our Rheumatology team. The Rheumatology department has developed innovative Virtual clinics for biologic commencement and is in the process of expanding Virtual clinics to cover other areas of the service.
We are pleased to announce that there is currently a vacancy for a full time position for neuro interventional radiology consultant as part of our long term strategy of increased services within their interventional department. Services that we are looking to expand in the lead up to the completion of this project will include a 24/7 Mechanical Thrombectomy Service.
An a opportunity for a post of Emergency Medicine consultant to join a team of 3 consultants paediatricians and 11 emergency medicine consultants. In this role you will have Individualised job plans to ensure work life balance.
Allied Health Professionals
Do you want to be part of an innovative, dynamic organisation that is committed to delivering the best care by the best people? We are looking to appoint people who are as passionate about high quality care as we are. We offer new starters a bonus package.
We require an enthusiastic and dynamic Assistant Psychologist to join our expanding Neuropsychology department to support the role of our Clinical Neuropsychologists. The Regional Neurosciences Centre at Queens Hospital covers a population of around 750,000. The post therefore provides an exciting opportunity for a candidate wishing to develop and broaden their knowledge of adult neurological and neurosurgical conditions. There will be an emphasis of the role on supporting the stroke service.