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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 11/08/2019.

Regional Team Leader

Job Reference: J180-A-19-318184

Central Advertising - General Practitioners
34 - 36 Springwell Road
£27,407 - £30,250

This advertisement has been placed by the organisation named in the 'Department' section above.

Should you require further information regarding this vacancy please contact the organisation direct.

The NHS PHP is a National (England wide) service for Doctors with mental health and addiction issues which may be affecting their ability to work safely and effectively, or return to work. The PHP service aims to deliver positive outcomes in relation to -

  • improvement in mental health and social functioning

  • numbers returning to work/retraining

  • reduction in risk to patients and the public

  • reduction in regulatory involvement

This is an exciting time to Join the Practitioner Health Programme as we launch our services across northen England.

The role of the Regional Team Leader is to take overall responsibility for service delivery for the Practitioner Health Programme carried out by the administration team.

The Regional Team Leader will work alongside PHP/GPH clinical, administrative and management staff in supporting the delivery of timely health care to practitioner-patients, across England.

This will involve dealing with practitioner-patient, clinician and therapist enquiries and requests in a courteous, efficient and empathetic manner. It will involve ensuring that letters and reports are produced promptly, that appointments and schedules are made, and that scanning, filing, and record keeping occurs in a timely and organised way. The Regional Team Leader is responsible for the smooth, efficient, effective and profitable running of the service.

The post holder will be expected to exercise initiative, and operate with a high degree of autonomy/minimal supervision. The role will involve prioritizing conflicting work demands, and effectively communicating verbally and in writing, with a wide range of internal and external colleagues, exercising tact and diplomacy.

Ideally the successful candidate will be expected to commecne work on 1st October 2019

Travel may be required on an ad hoc basis to our Birmingham & London offices to attend meetings and events

The Hurley Group offers:


 Career progression opportunities

 NHS Pension Scheme and benefits

 Flexible working patterns available

 Growing Team of highly motivated clinicians

 Working within a Federation of Practices


Applications are welcomed from applicants with a disability. We can make reasonable adjustments and offer support and advice in a variety of ways throughout the application process. Equality of opportunity is our policy.



  • All applications for this post need to be made online
  • Please note that our vacancies may close before the advertised closing date if sufficient suitable applicants are received.
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  • Please ensure that you read and understand the Job Description and Personal Specification attached to the role. Your Statement in Support should reflect the requirements specified as your application will be judged against these criteria

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