Locum Band 7 Team manager - CMHT

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Locum Band 7 Team manager - CMHT

  • Location:

    South West London

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  • Job type:

    Full Time

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  • Published:

    16 days ago

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​​​Our clients in South West London are urgently seeking to recruit a Locum Band 7 Team Manager within a CMHT
Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.
Job Summary
Working closely with Consultant Psychiatrists, the post holder will provide effective day-to-day management of the service in accordance with the Operational Policy. This includes ensuring that the performance standards of the team are met and information on performance is provided. The Manager will co-ordinate the service and works with the team to put into action the values of the Trust Recovery and Social Inclusion strategy. He/she will also represent the team locally and within the Trust.
Reporting to the relevant Clinical Manager (8B) the post holder will be responsible for:
The clinical management of the team in line managing all staff (excluding doctors).
Working in conjunction with team members of all disciplines to provide a seamless, safe and comprehensive health service.
Championing the Trust Recovery and Social Inclusion strategy in the team.
Managing Trust allocated resources.
Maintaining clinical involvement with the team by, in conjunction with senior team members, providing guidance and supervision to staff.
Ensuring that appropriate professional advice and consultation is available and sought to ensure all patients receive appropriate multi-disciplinary treatment.
Professional supervision will be provided according to the profession of the post holder.
To ensure the team provides an effective and streamlined service, implementing National Service Framework directives.
To work closely with the Local Authority in order to ensure that the operational policy works effectively and to develop any new protocols required in relation to referral and brief treatments.
To contribute to service development by embracing and managing change programmes as identified through stakeholder consultation.
To establish a system for reviewing and monitoring how resources are used.
To implement clinical and corporate governance at team level.
To maintain responsive and effective financial management within an agreed health care budget and ensuring Operational Manager is informed on financial performance.
To ensure the team members (including the doctors) contribute to the activity data collection (including RIO) in accordance with Trust policies and procedures.
To facilitate and enable appropriate communication within the team, between other teams and departments across the Trust, Local Authorities, service users, carers and other relevant agencies.
To ensure the Trust policies on staff supervision, health and sickness, safety and equal opportunities are adhered to, and ensure that all staff absence (including the doctors) is recorded through an agreed team procedure.
To co-ordinate the day to day operational process, to include caseload allocation, management and other duties as appropriate.
To provide supervision on clinical caseloads and ensure that all team members have appropriate clinical supervision and Development Review.
To ensure team members adhere to relevant professional code of conduct, keep up to date and meet professional requirements, in conjunction with the professional leads.
To act as professional supervisor where appropriate.
​​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 recruitment@westmeriarecruitment.co.uk.
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