Consultant Paramedic (Transformation and Health Inequalities)
London Ambulance Service NHS Trust
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The role of the Consultant Paramedic (Transformation and Health Inequalities) is to support the Strategy and Transformation team at the exciting time of the launch of the LAS five year strategy and establishment of the LAS Transformation Board. The post holder will be instrumental in ensuring successful and sustained implementation of LAS five year strategy 2023-28 and beyond. As part of the Strategy and Transformation team and LAS senior clinical team within the Trust they will provide leadership and supervision of clinical staff and lead on the clinical implementation of the LAS strategy with a specific focus on reduction of health inequalities.
Main duties of the job
Main duties of this role will include:
- Working closely with the Deputy Director and Director of Strategy and Transformation, the Chief Executive, Chairman, Directors and senior staff across LAS, in building strong two-way relationships with key organisations and individuals across London to implement LAS's five year strategy and ambitions across the health inequalities and wider transformation portfolio.
- Providing clinical leadership to the transformation programmes ensuring that the change is embedded and sustained.
- Contributing to the development of a culture of whole-system workings; working closely with senior external partners including the NHS, local government and other blue light organisations.
- Identifying new ways of working based on national and international clinical best practice.
- Providing clinical leadership to translating LAS's five year strategy into operational reality.
- Providing clinical leadership, mentorship and senior clinical support to clinical staff.
- Providing expert input to clinical developments within the Trust.
- Supporting the Clinical Directorate in the strategic development of both internal and external educational programs.
- Providing expert clinical guidance in clinical case reviews
- Providing an expert consultancy service to patients, carers and colleagues.
- Planning, implementing and evaluating evidence-based care.
- Undertaking research in a specialist area that focuses on improving outcomes and experiences for patients, families and carers
We are one of the world's busiest ambulance services. We have around 8,000 staff and volunteers in our Service: around 3,300 frontline crews in ambulance stations across London, 500 people in our two 999 control rooms and hundreds of support staff based in our offices across the city.
Working for us is an experience like no other, in a city like no other. Whatever your role you'll be helping people who need us the most.
Other areas of responsibility will include:
- To provide clinical leadership to the development of the Trusts Transformation Board and support other LAS departments in the delivery of their transformation programmes.
- Working closely with the Senior Data Scientist, development of data and evidence-driven approach to the development and delivery of the health inequalities portfolio.
- Working closely with the Strategic Communications and Engagement Lead, forging and strengthening relationships with external partners who will be critical in the successful delivery of the health inequalities portfolio.
- To provide clinical leadership to the development of Trusts approach to the data-driven evaluation of change and transformation.
- Foster an open collaborative culture of transformation work and act as a link with the Trusts Clinical Directorate and Quality Improvement team.
- Line management of two clinical advisors within Strategy and Transformation team.
- Joint working with multi-disciplinary teams to establish and provide new services for patients with reference to strategy documents produced by the Department of Health, NICE etc.
Certificate of Sponsorship
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