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Named GP Safeguarding Children (GPSI)

Job Reference: 477-LEW107

Employer:
Lewisham CCG
Location:
3rd floor, Laurence House, 1 Catford Rd, London
Salary:
£89,537 - £103,860 pro rata per annum + Inner HCAS

Lewisham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)


This is a notification that the post of Named GP Safeguarding children has become available for application. You will be registered GPs, community paediatrician or have suitable medical experience in primary care. This is a statutory role and will be on a permanent contracted basis for 2 sessions a week, which can be split over 2 days. This would suit both a professional who is stepping down to retirement or someone wishing to gain experience

This role reports directly to the Nurse and Quality Director within NHS Lewisham CCG, with professional support from the Designated Doctor for safeguarding children. You will work closely with the primary care professional to deliver training and support in children’s in safeguarding. You will also represent the CCG by working closely with other statutory services in safeguarding children in Lewisham.

A bespoke development plan will be designed for the new post holder and supervision and support will be received from the designated professionals for safeguarding children.

Further information and discussion:

Alison Browne Nursing and Quality Director 0203 049 2639 or 07825 029975

Dr Adyemi Abimbola Designated doctor children’s safeguarding 07824 477355




Lewisham CCG reserve the right to close this post early if there is an overwhelming response.

In line with the majority of NHS organisations in London, we do not pay travelling expenses for interviewees. However in exceptional cases we would consider reimbursing expenses but this must be agreed prior attending the interview by the Recruiting Manager.

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