Are you a motivated, conscientious individual, looking to further develop your operational experience? If so this is an ideal opportunity for you to come and work within the Ophthalmology Directorate of the Surgical Services Group.
The posts will have a day-to-day operational remit with a focus on delivery of 18 weeks performance targets and to support the transformation plans within the Directorate. The Service Manager will work closely with Directorate General Manager, Specialty Leads, Clinical Director and Lead Nurse to help redesign and re-configure services which enhance patient experience and quality of care, as well as having line management responsibility for admin and clerical staff across the Directorate.
If you would like to discuss this post informally, please contact: Maggy Guirguis
Main duties of the job
Reporting to the Directorate General Manager, the post holder will be required to work across the Directorate to support services in the day to day operational running, monitor waitlist and RTT targets, support the delivery of Directorate KPIs, support efficiencies and initiatives set by the Trust and the wider ICB.
Successful candidate will have responsibilities for designated areas and services, direct line management responsibilities, a focus on RTT and waitlist management to meet recovery plan. Be creative in utilisation of resources, work smart and have the ability to problem solve.
Role involves working closely with Doctors, Nurses and other stakeholders, you will be responsible for the operational management and day to day delivery of identified services.
Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust (SWBT) is an integrated careorganisation with a budget of approximately £600 million and over 7,000 staff. Diversity and social care is at the core of what we do as the Trust provides Community and Acute Services to over half a million people in an urban centre that demands massive regeneration and has substantial premature mortality.
Our new acute hospital, the Midland Metropolitan University Hospital (MMUH), opens in 2024 and will provide care to our local population from first class, purpose-built premises.As a result, the base of this role may change to MMUH from 2024 (or beyond). If this is applicable to your role, you will be informed during the recruitment process and continuing your application with this understanding.The development of the new hospital will play an important role in the regeneration of the wider area and in improving the lives of local people and reducing health inequalities.
We have three newly emerging strategic objectives:
- Our People – to cultivate and sustain happy, productive and engaged staff
- Our Patients – to be good or outstanding in everything we do
- Our Population – to work seamlessly with our partners to improve live