Clinical Lead – Worcestershire

Reference Number: 1125

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Clinical Lead

Salary: £46,845 – £62,723 per annum depending on experience and qualifications

Hours: 35 per week

Location: Worcestershire

Contract: Permanent

Cranstoun: Worcestershire provides a range of services for those affected by drugs and alcohol. The preventative and self help approach of the service compliments the established harm reduction, treatment and recovery interventions delivered across the County ensuring the service caters for all levels of need.

We are looking for an individual to be our Worcestershire Clinical Lead to drive and support innovation and good practice. As Clinical Lead you will contribute to the strategic development of services, alongside providing relevant interventions to users of our services. The role involves extending the clinical leadership and support for   primary care GPS who provide shared cared drug and alcohol service across Worcestershire. You will be responsible for the clinical supervision of NMPs and Health Practitioners to support develop and deliver quality care.

Our skilled and compassionate people work closely with services users and their families to change and save lives. We combine proven expertise in harm reduction, treatment and recovery with innovative approaches and actively involve those we help in improving the design of the services we provide.

This position requires a qualified nurse or advanced clinical practitioner with appropriate and valid registration with either the NMC or GPHC and experience of working with individuals who use alcohol / substances.

The successful candidate will have an in-depth knowledge of the issues affecting people with substance misuse. The post holder will need to be comfortable with the recovery principles in addictions, ITEP and NICE guidance on detoxification and stabilisation protocols. The individual should demonstrate skills to ensure that the care delivered, is specific and evidence based, adhering to service user’s needs.

Good communication skills both written and verbal are essential and in addition the confidence to work as part of a multidisciplinary team.

Above all, you’ll be interested in becoming part of a diverse and energetic environment and welcome the opportunity to tackle challenges, look for solutions and ultimately work in a sector that impact’s on people’s lives.

Please note that Covid-19 Vaccine is a condition of employment for Health and Social Care Workers in England.

Cranstoun will reimburse the costs of professional registration / membership fees required for this role.

Post holder will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check against relevant barred lists

Please submit your CVs to hr@cranstoun.org.uk

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