LD and Autism Pilot Key Worker job in united kingdom 2022

LD and Autism Pilot Key Worker job in united kingdom 2022

LD and Autism Pilot Key Worker job in united kingdom 2022

Job details

Salary

£31,163 – £37,875 a year

Job type
Full-time

Benefits

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Relocation assistance

Full Job Description

  • £6,500 relocation package available (criteria applies)

We have an exciting opportunity for dedicated professionals with experience of working with Children and young people with Autism to be part of an early National Key Worker project for CYP with LD/ ASD or both. Barnet Enfield and Haringey are part of an NCL wide early implementer site and the successful applicants will be part of innovation and improvement in services for CYP.

We are keen to hear candidates who would like to apply for a wide range of posts to include

0.5 WTE 8A Manager

1 WTE Band 7 Clinician

3 WTE Band 5 Key workers

Applicants will be working a hub and spoke model with one key worker per division (Barnet, Enfield and Haringey) but all 3 working together and liaising with the team in south NCL in Camden and Islington.

This is an opportunity to be part of something new, developing innovative and much needed services for CYP in NCL.

The NHS Long Term Plan contains a key commitment that ‘by 2023/24 children and young people with a learning disability, autism or both with the most complex needs will have a designated keyworker, implementing the recommendation made by Dame Christine Lenehan.

The Keyworker service will initially focus on children and young people in Tier 4 who are at the point of discharge, then address those at highest risk of crisis/Tier 4 placement/family breakdown to prevent admission. Keyworkers will:

  • Work with the family and the team around the child to ensure coproduction and planning with the young person and their family
  • Stay with the young person/family through discharge, and back in the community.
  • Ensure that the young person and family’s voice is being heard, for example using person
  • Be a ‘touch point’ for any concerns the family has
  • Support the family to navigate the system and access to support and services.
  • For more information please contact Jeanne Faulet-Ekpitini ( 0208 702 3400 )or Tina Read ( 0208 702 4500)

BEHMHT is a multiple award-winning, combined mental health (MH) and community Trust providing local, regional and national healthcare services. We are one of the largest employers in North London with over 3000 staff delivering a range of mental health and community services to a population of over one million. In Enfield, we provide a full range of child and adult community health services, which over the last few years has been integrating with its mental health services to provide better and more holistic care. BEH manages the renowned North London Forensic Services (NLFS) which delivers MH care across some of the prisons and provides MH services as HM Young Offenders Institutions in Aylesbury. We are rated as ‘Outstanding’ by the CQC. We have also been appointed as the lead provider of forensic mental health services across North London managing the devolved New Models of care budget of £170m from 2018/19

Please kindly refer to the job description and person specification that is attached to the vacancy profile.

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Children’s Rights and Sport Specialist

Job details

Salary

£45,000 a year

Job type
Full-time

Full Job Description

UNICEF recognises the power of sport to change children’s lives for the better and is committed to the realisation of children’s rights in, around, and through sport. As part of this work, UNICEF UK is developing a model for child-friendly remedy to be utilised by Mega Sporting Events.

The Children’s Rights and Sport Specialist will take the lead in developing this model through researching existing examples; engaging with key stakeholders to gather and analyse good practice; gaining insight from actual Mega Sport Events, including the Commonwealth Youth Games in Trinidad and Tobago; and synthesising this information to develop a pilot model for testing.

The successful candidate will be experienced in human and/or child rights, with an understanding of remedy mechanisms and a track record of working on human and/or child rights considerations, ideally in the context of sport. They will be an effective communicator, with experience in project management, research, and analysis.

In order to complete your application, please download the following:

Job Description– this includes the criteria for the role, which you will need to respond to as part of your application

Our Shared Commitment – our organisational values. Please demonstrate how you meet these in your application.

Benefits – UNICEF UK salaries and benefits are benchmarked against other organisations in the charity sector.

 

 

 

 

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Project Data Manager (TYA Pilot)

Job details

Salary

£23,949 – £26,282 a year

Job type
Part-time

Benefits

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Cycle to work scheme
Employee discount

Full Job Description

Stockport Diabetes is delighted to be successful in being selected as a site for the newly launched national Transition and Young Adult Care (TYA) Project Pilot, with all the exciting opportunities and potential this brings.

This national two year project is part of the joint NHS Diabetes and CYP Transformation Programme to improve care and outcomes for children and young adults, living with diabetes, age 16 – 25 years.

A key area of focus for this national programme is improving care for those transitioning from paediatric to adult care, and addressing the poorer outcomes for children and young adults with diabetes at transition age. As a Pilot Site we have received national funding to enable us to build the evidence base with regards to providing clinically effective transition and young adult care models. The Service Specification for this TYA Pilot is a clinically-led consensus approved by the National Children, Young Adults and Diabetes Oversight Group. The national vision for the Diabetes Transition and Young Adult Care Pilots is that this model service specification will be implemented by all sites as a minimum standard. In addition there is the welcome expectation we develop innovative models of care; we are taking this excellent and inspiring opportunity to achieve this, guided by patient led feedback and supported by different disciplines such as psychology practitioners and youth workers.

Maintain Twinkle / Diamond database for 19 – 25 year old young adults with diabetes, including collating names and details of patients attending young adult clinic and entering on to the database. Produce reports regarding the TYA Diabetes Pilot Project as and when required. Data entry and retrieval from databases, core clinical systems e.g. EMIS, Twinkle, Diamond, PAS and Evolve. Maintain data base of admissions for 16 – 25 year olds with diabetes. Liaising and working with the CYP Diabetes team administrators, Young Adult Diabetes team administrators, and TYA Pilot administrators, regarding database entry and report capture for the TYA 16 -25 yrs. old patients. To develop systems for logging core dataset for 16-25 age group as informed by the TYA project. Prioritise work resulting from opening and actioning of mail and email relating to the TYA project. Attend meetings related to the TYA project as required with other members of the project team. Maintain and be aware of TYA Pilot Project Team diaries as appropriate. Work in a manner consistent with Trust and local policies and procedures, protocols etc. Identify best practice and develop working practice to deliver efficient and effective data management support to the TYA project. Maintain a data base for Diabetes patients in 19-25 age groups. Provide reports from Database for submitting as required.

We hold a unique position in the Stockport community as the provider of healthcare and we are one of its largest employers.

Our mission is to make a difference every day. Our values are that we care, we respect, and we listen

We believe that the best organisations are those that reflect the communities they serve. We are therefore seeking to improve the diversity of our workforce to make it truly representative of our local population.

We actively encourage applications irrespective of race, age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion or belief, marriage & civil partnership, or pregnancy or maternity. Recognising those communities that are underrepresented within our workforce, we would particularly welcome applications from you.

We recognise that flexible working is important. We take requests for flexible working seriously, consider any request we receive and try to work with you, so we can explore if your request may fit with the needs of the service.

The salary for the role is only one part of the excellent package of benefits we offer to you:

  • Between 27-33 days of annual leave plus bank holidays
  • NHS pension scheme membership
  • Salary sacrifice schemes for lease cars, home electronics and more, to make your salary go further
  • NHS Staff discounts
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Salary finance – for loans, savings, budget planning and tips on managing debt
  • Stockport Credit Union– for local financial advice

Main Duties and Responsibilities
1. Core Duties

Maintain Twinkle / Diamond database for 19 – 25 year old young adults with diabetes, including collating names and details of patients attending young adult clinic and entering on to the database.

Produce reports regarding the TYA Diabetes Pilot Project as and when required, for example reports for the TYA team to feedback to national oversight team.

Liaising with GP practices to identify the number of people aged 19 -25 yrs living with diabetes in Stockport and surrounding areas i.e. High Peak etc.

Data entry and retrieval from databases, core clinical systems e.g. EMIS, Twinkle, Diamond, PAS and Evolve.

Maintain data base of admissions for 16 – 25 year olds with diabetes.

Collate data from SNHSFT business intelligence / coding re admissions from quarterly report.

Liaising and working with the CYP Diabetes team administrators, Young Adult Diabetes team administrators, and TYA Pilot administrators, regarding database entry and report capture for the TYA 16 -25 yrs. old patients.

To develop systems for logging core dataset for 16-25 age group as informed by the TYA project.

Prioritise work resulting from opening and actioning of mail and email relating to the TYA project.

Attend meetings related to the TYA project as required with other members of the project team.

Liaison with Consultants, Nurse Specialists, Dietitian, Psychologists, Youth Worker, General Practitioners, Practice Nurses, and other Health Professionals relating to the Transition Project.

Maintain and be aware of TYA Pilot Project Team diaries as appropriate.

Work in a manner consistent with Trust and local policies and procedures, protocols etc.
1. Departmental Duties

Identify best practice and develop working practice to deliver efficient and effective data management support to the TYA project.

Maintain a data base for Diabetes patients in 19-25 age groups.

Provide reports from Database for submitting as required.

Commence and maintain a record of routine clinic and Annual Review clinic attendances, for 19 – 25 yrs , within the database, including DNAs and all clinical dataset required data.

Record on the database all diabetes admissions for the 19-25 age groups.

Other duties as required at the same level of responsibility.

COVID-19 vaccination remains the best way to protect yourself, your family, your colleagues and of course our patients from the virus when working in our healthcare settings. Whilst COVID-19 vaccination is not a condition of employment at this time, we do encourage our staff to get vaccinated. We will be checking the vaccination status of all new starters so that we can manage individual and environmental risks, and so that we can support those who may be undecided about vaccination. If you are unvaccinated and you would like some advice or information, including how to get vaccinated, please email [email protected] There is a current Government consultation underway which will determine whether some new starters may need to be vaccinated.

The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and promote safeguarding by implementing the Trust’s policies and procedures, acting promptly on concerns, communicating effectively and sharing information appropriately.

  • If successful this vacancy will require an enhanced DBS check at a cost of £43.50. This cost will be deducted from your first Trust salary. In addition to this it will be a condition of your employment that you will join the DBS update service and pay the annual subscription fee of £13.

 

 

 

 

 

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