National Proactive Care Programme Manager
8 March 2021
COVID-19 has placed unprecedented pressure on our health system. This brings an added risk to people with long term conditions who need ongoing proactive care to stay well & avoid deterioration. Interruptions to routine care may worsen outcomes for patients, increase their COVID risk and result in exacerbations that further increase pressure on the NHS.
As primary care transforms its models of care in response to the pandemic, we have developed real world frameworks to support long term condition management.
These frameworks along with a comprehensive implementation support package constitute UCLPartners’ Proactive Care Programme. National interest and demand for the frameworks have resulted in NHSE/I funding to accelerate implementation of the frameworks in four localities in England with a view to national roll-out (TBC) from April 2021.
We are now recruiting a Programme Manager who will be key to supporting and coordinating this national roll-out supporting those Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) implementing the frameworks, local NHS systems, NHSE/I and NHSX.
Role and responsibilities
To work with NHSE/I and the AHSNs to support implementation of the Proactive Care Programme across England. This is anticipated to involve the following types of activity:
- Coordinate and liaise with Programme leads across England to share updates on the programme
- Collate, prepare and submit regular reports to NHSE/I on behalf of the AHSNs supporting delivery of the programme
- Proactively seek feedback from key stakeholders across the country and, where relevant, make adjustments to the programme as required
- Support engagement of the programme amongst Primary Care health systems across England working with clinical leads based at UCLPartners and across the AHSN network
- Capture and share learnings generated through implementation of the frameworks through the facilitation of communities of practice – both at a national and regional level to capture learning and insights and support delivery of the frameworks
- Develop effective working relationships across local stakeholders, Patient and public representatives, partners across many different departments and organisations across the NHS
- Management experience ideally with understanding of NHS operations across organisations (primary, secondary, tertiary) and NHS performance standards
- Experience of developing effective learning systems/ commitment to sharing insights
- Proven leadership skills, including:leadership in the management of change and continuous improvement and ability to challenge and promote new ways of working to improve service delivery
- Proven interpersonal skills to work with senior clinical and management colleagues at all levels across a range of organisations and the ability to develop strong working relationships with senior stakeholders
Interviews will take place on 16th March 2021