Pathway Co-ordinator

Gillingham, Kent, England
ME8 6EF
Pay
N/A
Hours
Full time
Type
Permanent
Job level
Qualified (non-manager)
Posted
22 May 2020
Closes
21 Jun 2020

Job Description

Pathway Co-ordinator - General Surgery
Division: Planned Care
Care Group: Surgical Services
Band: 4
Salary: £21,892 - £24,157 per annum/pro rata
Interview date: Week Commencing 8th June 2020
Here at Medway, we pride ourselves on working together as one to ensure that our shared vision of Better, Best, Brilliant is achieved.
With strong leadership the day to day experience for our teams is a great one, staff are valued, excellent quality care is provided and the passion for continuous improvement is high.
Our Trust is a great choice for people who want to develop their career in an ambitious and dynamic environment; we also offer an excellent benefits package which includes onsite childcare facilities, various salary sacrifice schemes and a generous annual leave entitlement.
Flexible working opportunities within the Trust are on the rise, giving employees flexibility on where, when and the hours they work. Timewise Power 50 awards celebrate the achievements of senior business leaders who work part-time, at Medway NHS Foundation Trust we are proud that one of our very own consultant anaesthetists was recognised as Power Part-Timers 2019.
As an employee at Medway NHS Foundation Trust you will be encouraged and empowered to be yourself at your very best through our 'You Are The Difference' programme. Our departments across the Trust will give you the opportunity to utilise and enhance your talents to assist us in the development of shaping the future of Medway NHS Foundation Trust.
We are recruiting for a Pathway Co-ordinator who shares our ambition and vision to deliver the Best of Care by the Best People and has the drive to take us forward, by ensuring that the Trust continues to be the first choice for patients and our staff.
The successful post holder will be expected to deal with telephone queries, patient letters, booking patients into clinics and procedure lists. In addition, they will oversee the co-ordination of all aspects of the patient's pathway from referral to treatment, in addition to any other duties required for the smooth running of the department.
The Pathway Co-ordinator will work in partnership with other Patient Pathway Co-ordinators, consultants, junior doctors, nurses, radiologists and external groups.
The role will involve using the hospital computer systems and training will be given if needed. Cross cover operates within the department so flexibility of working is important.
As part of our ongoing commitment to professional development Medway NHS Foundation Trust are pleased to be able to offer MBA, MA,BA, Executive Education, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes via the renowned Henley Business School.
We are delighted to be able to offer a number of new apprenticeship in Leadership and Management, Business Services, Finance, Accounting and HR, Clinical Support Worker, Nursing Associate and Assistant Practitioner alongside our in-house comprehensive clinical pathways.
All of our learning programmes will support and encourage all members to be able to apply their learning immediately back into their working life. Our hope is that the education pathways will play a key role in enabling you to challenge the practices of the past and build capability for the future.
Our culture and values are what drives Medway NHS Foundation Trust and is the heartbeat of who we are as an organisation. It is important that you understand and to refer to our values when you are completing your application and always reflect our values throughout your employment with the Trust.
Our values are Bold, Every Person Counts, Sharing and Open and Together. We are inspiring and ambitious, respectful and supportive, open and we speak up, we are inclusive and responsible.
The Trust is committed to the protection of children, young people, their families and vulnerable adults accessing its services. Promoting the message that "safeguarding is everyone's business" is vital to ensure our patients are protected and safe from abuse. To this end you must comply with Trust's and the Kent and Medway Safeguarding Board's policies on safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults.
All staff no matter where they work or which age group of patients they work with must be aware of their responsibility to act when they feel a child, young person or vulnerable adult has been or is at risk of abuse.
To contribute to our exciting future and become part of our team, apply today.


This post will close before the intended closing date should sufficient number of suitable applications be received. Therefore, if you are interested in applying for this role, we suggest that you do so at the earliest opportunity to avoid disappointment.

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