Overview

Job Description

Role : General Surgery Team leader

Hours :37.5

Contract : Full time

Location: The Yorkshire Clinic

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An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic Surgical Team Leader at The Yorkshire Clinic Private Hospital in Bingley. We are looking for a passionate individual to take on the responsibility of Surgical Team Leader. The successful candidate will have current NMC/HCP registration, good management experience in a similar role, with proven ability to lead a team and develop Urology and General Surgery services. With excellent organisational and communication skills they will also be required to manage the day to day operational running of the Urology and General surgical operating lists while ensuring high standards of care for all patients throughout their Peri operative phase.

The hospital provides care to patients on an in-patient and day-case basis with five operating theatres as well as Endoscopy and Recovery, offering a wide range of specialties for Private and NHS patients.

What you need to know:

To succeed in this role you will need to have a strong clinical background in acute surgical care with demonstrable leadership and personnel management skills. We are looking for a dynamic and positive individual to be able to grow the role as a key part of the hospital to ensure the Theatre department is Safe, Effective, Responsive, Caring, and Well Led.

The successful candidate will work in collaboration with the Theatre Manager, developing excellent working relationships with staff members, consultants and key stakeholders.

They will assist in driving sustainable excellence in the safety and quality of care and services.

They will support the Quality agenda by monitoring achievements against required standards, identifying risks to quality of care and services and planning, recommending /implementing changes for continuous improvement.

The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring proactive monitoring and management of all resources available to the department: including operational budgets, workforce planning and efficiency of theatre lists, whilst providing a safe, caring, responsive, effective and well lead department

Essential experience and qualifications for this role:

  • ODP level 3 / RN (1)
  • Experience at senior level.
  • Comprehensive understanding of relevant clinical standards
  • Leadership experience
  • Excellent organisational and communication skills
  • Sound computer skills and knowledge
  • A registered member with the NMC/HCP

What you’ll bring with you:

  • A strong clinical background.
  • A commitment to the delivery of customer focussed services.
  • Excellent communication and influencing skills.
  • A proven track record and evidence of successfully delivering a change agenda to enhance quality and efficiency.
  • Significant exposure in a senior clinical role to external stakeholders such as Consultants, and the broader health care community.
  • Evidence of leading and developing a successful, efficient team and being part of that team.
  • Experience and confidence in effectively meeting compliance to the Governance Framework.
  • Comprehensive understanding of relevant legal and professional care/practice standards and evidence of supporting ongoing professional development.

Benefits:

  • 25 Days Leave + Bank Holidays
  • Buy & Sell Flexi Leave Options
  • Private Pension where Ramsay will match up to 5% after a qualifying period
  • Flexible shift patterns available where possible
  • Enhanced Competitive Parental Leave Policies (launched 2023)
  • Private Healthcare for you and dependents includes online GP
  • Life Assurance (Death in Service)
  • Free Training and Development via the Academy
  • Free Parking on site for workers (where possible)
  • Subsidised staff restaurant (where possible)
  • Over 8,000 discounts and special offers via benefits portal
  • Book discounted cinema tickets on the dedicated cinema portal
  • The Blue Light Card Scheme

About Us:

Ramsay Health Care UK is a well-established global hospital group with over 50 years’ experience. It is well respected within the healthcare industry and is one of the leading providers of independent hospital services in England.

We love people with a positive, “can do” attitude who want to make a difference in their work. "Our employees are Ramsay." The skills and commitment of our employees forms the basis for our success.

“The Ramsay Way” culture recognises that people – staff and doctors – are Ramsay Health Care’s most important asset and this has been key to our ongoing success.

For further information or an informal conversation about the role, please contact mathew Marskell via email- Mathew.marskell@ramsayhealth.co.uk

All offers of employment in respect of this appointment will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure Certificate from the Disclosure & Barring Service.
 

We care.
 

It’s more than what we do, it’s who we are. Everything we do is about striving to deliver the best care. And it's a belief that's as true today as it was when we welcomed our first patients in 1964.
 

“The Ramsay Way” culture recognises that our people are our most important asset and this has been key to our ongoing success.

We are proud to support the UK’s Armed Forces and Reservists and have already achieved the Silver Award as part of the MOD’s Armed Forces Covenant Employer Recognition Scheme. The scheme recognises employers who actively support Defence while encouraging other organisations to adopt the same behaviours in their workplace. As a company we are committed to supporting the wider Armed Forces community and this includes our staff as well as our patients.

We are committed to equality of opportunity for all. This position is subject to background and DBS checks.

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