Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS) serves over 5 million people in the Yorkshire region covering an urban and rural area of almost 6,000 square miles and operates over vastly differing terrain ranging from isolated moors and dales to city centres, large urban areas and coastal stretches. YAS employs around 5000 staff and has over 2000 volunteers working together to provide 24 hour accident and emergency healthcare services through our Communication centres and frontline A&E crews and our Patient Transport Service (PTS) that conveys in excess of 1.1 million patients to and from their hospital appointments across Yorkshire and neighbouring counties each year. YAS is an integral part of all the health communities across Yorkshire and we are committed to delivering the highest quality patient care.
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We pride ourselves on absolutely everyone that works within the Trust contributing to the achievement of our Vision ´To be trusted as the best urgent and emergency care provider, with the best people and partnerships, delivering the best outcomes for patients´. We also want people to join us that can equally uphold our organisational values:
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Yorkshire Ambulance Service are recruiting to the Lead Clinical Care Pathways Manager.
This is a key role within the Clinical Directorate leading on the delivery of the Right Care, Right Place strategy.
The post holder will lead a team of clinicians in identifying, developing, maintaining and providing assurance on the Clinical Care Pathways for Urgent, Emergency and Critical Care.
The Lead Clinical Care Pathways Manager will work with colleagues across the whole Trust and with external stakeholders to identify new pathways of care, and develop safe, effective care pathways for frontline clinicians to use.
They will be responsible for ensuring that new clinical care pathways are developed and approved through the Trust governance processes, and disseminated to frontline clinicians in the most effective way. Ensuring ongoing maintenance of clinical care pathways, ensuring they are up to date and functioning in a safe and effective way. They will ensure that regular audits are performed to ensure patient safety, and respond to any complaints, concerns or incidents regarding clinical care pathways.
You will need to evidence that you have significant clinical experience e.g. in excess of 4 years, experience of clinical pathway development and of managing a team of clinical staff. Degree level
You will need excellent analytical and report writing skills. Well developed communication and negotiation skills will be key to engaging with stakeholders and articulating messages to frontline paramedics and clinical staff.
This is a full time post based within the Yorkshire area.
Previous applicants need not apply.
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YAS actively pursues a policy of equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community, particularly ethnic and minority groups who are presently under-represented in YAS. We are a ´Disability Confident´ employer which means we guarantee to invite to assessment all applicants with a disability who meet the minimum criteria for a job vacancy and to consider them on their abilities. Please note that reasonable adjustments for successful applicants with a disability will be made on appointment.
Please note the salary range stated in advertisements is calculated on a pro rata basis if the vacancy is part time.
All invites to attend appointments regarding the selection process will be sent electronically to the email address that was provided at the time of the application. IT IS IMPORTANT, therefore, that you read your emails on a regular basis and respond as necessary.
Benefits We Offer:
Flexible working arrangements
Ongoing Learning and development
Occupational Health and counselling services
NHS Pension scheme Disclosure and Barring Service
Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust is committed to safeguarding & promoting the welfare of children & vulnerable adults. Many of our posts are subject to a Disclosure & Barring Service check (DBS). Should this position be subject to a DBS check the cost will be recovered from your salary as a one-off payment. Currently the charges made by the Disclosure and Barring Service are £44.00 for an enhanced check and £26 for a standard check.
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This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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