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Sussex MSK Partnership Central team

Advanced Practitioner in Pain Management

Description

We are looking to recruit part-time and full-time experienced chronic pain specialists to join our growing team.

SMSKP Central is a unique organisation that seeks to bring together the best of our local healthcare and specialist orthopaedic, pain and rheumatology knowledge to deliver quality care for all patients according to their specific needs.  Our approach to care is to put patients at the heart of their decision making.

We are looking for people who want to work in partnership with patients to help them understand and manage their long-term needs.  Central to this is the focus on identifying what truly matters to our patients using motivational interviewing and shared decision making, providing patients with the information they need to be able to make informed decisions about their journey.  We work to ensure that our culture is one that allows everyone to come to work as their ‘whole selves’ and we are looking for interested candidates who want to treat patients in the same way.

The role

This role will be working primarily in Brighton and Hove, with opportunities to undertake work across Central Sussex with teams in Mid-Sussex and Horsham. Our varied team consists of specialists from a range of professional backgrounds including psychologist, consultants, pharmacists, physiotherapy, nursing, occupational therapy, osteopathy and podiatry.  The pain pathway is being developed with MDT and patient partner involvement.

Clinical specialist roles, pain practitioner roles and trainee posts would also be considered.  If you feel that you have some experience in chronic pain, but would like to develop your interest further then we will consider applications with a year’s minimum experience.

Details

Details

As part of the wider pain team you will have opportunities for personal development as well as service development.  You will be fully supported in your clinical practice, through case reviews, supported learning and development.  We engage with patients through one to one treatments and assisting with the running of self-management programmes.

Our offer

  • £39,045 – £49,288 per annum pro rata
  • Substantive post
  • NHS Pension
  • Part time and full time hours will be considered
  • a good training programme for staff and the service is well supported to deliver patient centred care by our Self-Management Lead and Patient Director

Please download the Job Description and Person Specification for more detail.

What next

  • Apply for the role by following this link to NHS Jobs 
  • Closing date 16/09/2019
  • Contact for further details/ informal visits: karencox1@nhs.net or 07724 631721
  • Interview date: 25th September 2019

Here are committed to equality and valuing diversity. 

Wellbeing team

Wellbeing Administrator

Description

The team

The Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service is an NHS service for all ages from 4 years and upwards in Brighton and Hove. The service is delivered in partnership by Here, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Mind in Brighton and Hove and YMCA DownsLink Group. We offer a variety of support and psychological therapies. The services that we provide are delivered by a number of teams who work alongside one another to ensure that our patients receive the care and support they need at every stage of their journey.

The role

The Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Administrator to join the central Administration Team at ‘Here’. The Administrator will help to guide patients through the service and will often be the first point of contact for patient queries. The successful candidate will be able to work well under pressure and manage multiple priorities whilst having excellent attention to detail. They will be a strong team player, will have an exceptional telephone manner and will also have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.

Details

Our offer

  • £18,243 per annum pro rata
  • NHS Pension
  • The positions are fixed term, with working hours to be split over Monday – Friday with the potential for some Saturday working
  • Part time or full time hours will be considered (preference is for a minimum of 30 hours a week, although fewer hours and job-share will be considered

Download the Job Description and Person Specification for more information.

What next

Closing date 26/09/2019

Interviews – week commencing 30th September 2019

Here are committed to equality and valuing diversity.

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