Band 8A Manager - Mental Health Integrated Network Team

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Band 8A Manager - Mental Health Integrated Network Team

  • Location:

    West London

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  • Job type:


  • Contact:

    Lauren Donnellan

  • Contact email:

  • Contact phone:

    01322 282470

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  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Expiry date:


​​​​​​​Our clients in West London are urgently seeking to recruit a Locum Band 8a Manager to join their Mental Health Integrated Network Team.
Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.
Job Summary
This role will be instrumental in leading the delivery of an integrated service, enabling enhanced working between primary care and secondary mental health services. The MINT manager will lead a team that provides flexible and proactive community-based mental health care for people with moderate to severe mental illnesses across a range of diagnoses and needs. MINT teams will combine new resource with existing teams e.g. primary care mental health and recovery teams.
  • To be responsible for a defined cluster of teams, in this instance 3 distinct care pathways within a particular community locality, providing high quality services within the resources available. These teams are multi-disciplinary and care group specific. Key areas of delivery are as follows:
  • To work effectively within a multidisciplinary setting, holding self and colleagues to account appropriately and demonstrating personal commitment to integrated (managerial/professional) leadership.
  • Achieve an agreed set of health objectives and support Local Authority performance targets where appropriate.
  • Provide services within the agreed financial resources and achieve all financial targets, including cost efficiency savings ensuring maximum value in terms of clinical and cost effectiveness.
  • To contribute in the planning and delivery of service objectives, managing specific change projects as required, ensuring customer focus, consistency, quality, and cost effectiveness.
  • Respond to Serious Untoward Incidents (SUIs), complaints and communications, ensuring timely and thorough investigation, effective communication of recommendations and closely monitoring actions to ensure they are fully implemented
  • Identify risk and take corrective action in line with trusts integrated governance framework.
  • To promote and display via personal actions support for the Trust’s key policies on Equality and Diversity, Exemplar Employer and use of the recovery orientated approach for people with longer term problems
  • To deputise for Manager and colleagues as required
  • The post holder is responsible for a cluster of teams within a specific care group, is accountable to the Service Manager.
  • The delivery of high quality services through the management and deployment of both health and social services resources within a defined budget.
  • Lead the Clinical Improvement Groups and facilitate clinicians/practitioners to become involved in service planning and decision making.
  • Ensure recommendations from Serious Untoward Incidents (SUIs), near misses, complaints and other incidents are implemented. Leads on designated project
​​If you are interested in this exciting opportunity and would like to find out more, please call Lauren - 07552277905 (New Registrants) or Georgia 07552277896 (Existing Registrants) or alternatively please email
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