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Locality Manager for Integrated Urgent Care and NHS111 Services posted by South Central Ambulance Service

Full Time
£49,242 - £59,964 / year
NHS Band 8B

Job Description

We are expanding our clinical and operational leadership team in the Clinical Coordination Centre (CCC) to support the transformation of NHS111 into Integrated Urgent Care (IUC) services.

Our team of three 111/IUC Locality Managers will be collectively responsible for both service delivery and business change across SCAS Integrated Urgent Care and NHS111 services. We already have two Locality Managers – one accountable for service delivery in Thames Valley and the other in Hampshire. We are creating an additional post – for the service design and subsequent business change required in Hampshire plus Surrey Heath.

The post holder must have excellent leadership skills and an open and inclusive management style. They will have a good working knowledge of the Integrated Urgent Care agenda to ensure SCAS is a leading organisation in the national arena. The successful candidates will report directly to the Head of Integrated Urgent Care and NHS 111 Services.

The candidate must come from a clinical background and ideally have out of hours, urgent care and call centre operational experience, preferably within the clinical setting. The successful applicant will be highly motivated, experienced and enthusiastic about the opportunities of Integrated Urgent Care.

The post-holder will be required to travel on a regular basis within the locality and between our call centre sites located in Otterbourne and Bicester. External commuting will also be required across the region.

The post is full-time but we also welcome applications for flexible working.

If you would like to have an informal chat about the role you are welcome to talk to Mark Rowell, Head of Integrated Urgent Care and NHS111 Services on [Click here to apply].

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The benefits bits…

The starting holiday entitlement is 27 days per annum (based on full time hours) plus bank holidays.

All employees are automatically enrolled in NEST or the NHS Pension scheme.

We operate a comprehensive set of policies.

We also operate regular staff surveys and our staff are encouraged to develop transferable skills and experience.

We work in partnership with our trade unions.

Applicants who have a disability and meet the minimum shortlisting criteria for the post will be invited for the next stage of the recruitment process.

We aim to represent the diversity of our local communities and positively encourage applications regardless of age, race or ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability, religion or belief.

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