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Band 4 Hub Co-Ordinator

Job Reference: 074--B3815

Employer:
CSH Surrey
Department:
NWS
Location:
Ashford., Surrey
Salary:
£20,150 - £23,363 per annum, pro rata + 5% HCAS

CSH Surrey is Surrey’s largest and longest established NHS community services provider (since 2006). We are part of the NHS, so our 1500+ employees get NHS pay and pensions, and also receive the Fringe ‘High Cost Allowance’ of 5%.

Our nurses, therapists and support staff provide adult community health services in the mid and north west Surrey areas, and children’s community health services for the whole of the county. Together we serve a population of more than 1 million people.

In June 2017 our services received an overall ‘Good’ rating from the CQC, with ‘Outstanding’ for how caring our teams are.

We provide excellent training and development opportunities, including the care certificate, apprenticeships, numeracy and literacy courses, access to the Nursing Associate programme, and a wide variety of management and leadership courses and programmes. We also offer a supportive preceptorship programme for newly qualified nurses and a well-established rotational programme for therapists. Our nurses and therapists also benefit from access to bespoke clinical skills courses.

If you want to be part of a passionate, person-focused community service, apply to CSH Surrey today!


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Hub Coordinator We have an exciting and innovative opportunity to work in an integrated health and social service team and are recuiting to a newly launched Hub teams in Ashford, Surrey. You will be working closely with health and social care, GPs, hospitals and key partners. This role has been specifically developed to provide a practical front-line support service, using assessments, to identify and develop care and support plan(s) to meet the needs of the elderly and frail, in partnership with professional staff in other agencies and service providers. The North West Surrey Locality Hub Model is a sophisticated model of preventative management for older people with frailty and multiple long-term conditions that provides both proactive care for stable patients and reactive care for exacerbations and crises with a focus on prevention, encouraging self-care, identifying risk factors and managing these early. An integrated health and care service provided by health, mental health and social care staff; it is particularly suitable for people who may benefit from support from both health and care services. The Locality Hub service aims to identify people with frailty or at risk of frailty at an early stage in order to carry out a multi-disciplinary proactive assessment to identify their needs and provide advice and treatment, signpost to suitable services and put support in place before people go into crisis. The Hub Coordinator role involves an integrated model of care supporting frail patients with one or more long term condition(s) to actively promote wellbeing and independence, with a view to improving health and social care outcomes and patient experience. To be successful in this role you will need to have a working knowledge of health and social care processes and a keen interest in working with the elderly and frail as well as an understanding of the needs and problems this group of patients commonly face. You will be confident to work on your own as well as part of a team, have excellent communication and relationship building skills, focusing on getting the best outcomes for the patients. If you have a passion for helping people remain independent and empowering them by providing appropriate support and guidance in their local communities, this may be the role for you. Training and career development will be provided. If you’d like an informal chat about this role please contact: NHS: Jo Row, Well-being Manager Tel: 01483 545 300| Email: Joanne.row@nhs.net NHS: Ruth McCarthy, (Thames Medical (Runnymede and Elmbridge) Hub Manager 07920 182479) NHS: Liz Mitchell (Spelthorne Hub Manager 07974 750331)


Recruitment - Golden Hello

Successful applicants, who have not worked for CSH within the last 12 months, will receive an amount of £2000 paid in two instalments: - £1000 upon commencement and a further £1000 following successful completion of probation. These payments are pro-rata for part- time posts. Payments will be subject to tax and NI National Insurance in the usual way.We don’t operate Golden Hellos for Band 7, Band 8 posts. Or Bank posts.

Applicable to:

• Community Qualified Nurses,

• Community Hospital Qualified Nurse

• Paediatric Occupational Therapists

• Immunisation Team Nurses

• Paediatric Physio and Speech & Language Therapists

• Health Visitors located in Mole Valley, Epsom, Spelthorne and Elmbridge*

• School Nurses located in Mole Valley, Epsom, Spelthorne and Elmbridge*

• Speech and Language Therapists**

• Occupational Therapists**

*Walton Heath Centre and Molesey Clinic - Elmbridge Borough; Epsom Clinic - Epsom/Ewell Borough; Ashford Clinic - Spelthorne Borough

** For Surrey Downs Health and Care contract only
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Tier 2 Certificate of Sponsorship

Applications from job seekers who require Tier 2 sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications. However, non-EEA candidates may not be appointed to a post if a suitably qualified, experienced and skilled EU/EEA candidate is available to take up the post as the employing body is unlikely, in these circumstances, to satisfy the Resident Labour Market Test. The UK Border Agency requires employers to complete this test to show that no suitably qualified EEA or EU worker can fill the post. For further information please visit UK Border Agency website. Please note that this may not be applicable for all posts.



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