Clinical Lead - Step2
A rare opportunity has arisen to establish and develop the post of Clinical Lead for the Step2 Service, across Hertfordshire.
This is a genuinely dynamic role which is an excellent opportunity for a current senior clinical leader.
The role covers the clinical leadership of Step2, an early intervention community Child and Adolescent Mental Health service.
The post holder will lead on quality & improvement for clinical practice for the Service. You will support the Service Manager and contribute to the Service’s Strategic expansion and future transformation which will be done in partnership with senior management, partner organisations, and the Integrated Health and Care Commissioning Team.
This will include integration and close partnership working with other CYP community specialist services such as PALMS, Paediatrics, Public Health Nurses and our local Specialist CAMHS provider.
We would welcome applications from Clinical Psychologists who have relevant clinical, quality and leadership experience and demonstrate commitment to taking trainee clinical psychologists and trainees on placement.
We would also welcome applications from Mental Health Clinicians with extensive experience in a CAMHS setting and experience of leading and shaping Mental Health services.
A key aspect of this role will be to work with the current experienced and committed team to build on the delivery of consistently high quality care and a cost effective service.
You will lead on delivering projects and service changes and the ability to thrive in a fast moving change environment is essential.
You will be required to work with senior managers within the Trust as well as with external partners and commissioners in order to develop service delivery.
You will be responsible for supporting the service manager to ensure consistent implementation of trust policies and protocols, and where appropriate management of named staff.
You will be expected to deputise for the service manager where requested.
Step2 is part of the Children and Young People’s Business Unit within HCT; we strive for excellence and effectiveness at all times.
The post holder will lead on transformation agendas working with area managers, clinical quality leads, transformation leads and commissioners in order to achieve this.
A full valid driving license and access to a car to use regularly for business purposes is essential (unless you have a disability as defined by the Equality Act 2010).
This is a part time role covering 3 or 4 days per week and salary will be dependant on experience.
Interview - 9th November