Our Local Care Partnership is called Healthier Greenwich Partnership, which formally reports into the Health & Wellbeing Board. It brings together Greenwich partners in health and social care including:
- NHS South East London – Greenwich
- Royal Borough of Greenwich – Public Health, Adults, Children & Young People
- Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust – Community and Mental Health Services
- Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust
- Greenwich Health – GP Federation
- Primary Care Networks
- Healthwatch Greenwich
- METRO GAVS – voluntary sector
Working together in a joined-up way means we can coordinate services better. Clinical and care professional input to our priority delivery programmes is essential to their success. This will help residents to get the help they need when they need it.
We aim to:
- Improve health and care services to better meet local needs.
- Empower people to take better care of their own health and reduce their dependency on services.
- Provide support from health and care professionals who act as one team and work for organisations that behave as one system.
- Improve performance of local services.
- Reduce duplication. Enable more people to be cared for in the community.
Healthier Greenwich Partnership are keen for any clinical or care member of staff who works in any health or social care organisation to have the opportunity to become one of our Clinical and Care Professional Leads.
We are looking for health and care professionals to lead and champion improvements in care across organisational boundaries, and tackle inequalities in our population through closer collaboration. We want to see a leadership cohort that is diverse in their experience, knowledge and background, and reflective of the diversity of the communities we serve.
We are currently recruiting to the following Clinical and Care Professional Leadership roles:
- Clinical and Care Professional Lead (0.3 to 0.4 WTE) – closing date is 7 September 2022)
- Quality and Safety (0.2 WTE)
- Primary and Community Care (0.1 WTE)
- Long Term Conditions (0.1 WTE)
How to apply
Applications should be made by submitting:
- Completion of the Expression of Interest form which includes a personal statement which should explain why you are interested in applying for the role and what you believe you will be bringing to it.
- A full and updated anonymised CV
- A completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.
All applications should be sent to: Transition@selondonics.nhs.uk. All applications will be acknowledged.
If you have questions about these roles please contact firstname.lastname@example.org