- Specialised Commissioning
- NHS AfC: Band 8a
- Fixed Term 12 months from start date
- Part Time 22.5 Hours Per Week
- Oak House, Rotherham
- £42,414 - £49,969 per annum pro rata
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North Region Specialised Commissioning Team - Yorkshire and Humber Hub
Band 8A - Mental Health Case Manager (CAMHs & Adult Eating Disorder)
12 Months Secondment opportunity or Fixed Term Contract to Cover Maternity Leave
0.6 WTE (3 days per week)
Applications are sought from suitably experienced/qualified Mental Health/Learning Disability practitioners for a Mental Health Case Manager post. The post will be based in The NHS England Yorkshire and Humber Hub (Specialised Mental Health Team) and will involve work across the Yorkshire and Humber area. The post holder will have specific responsibility for specialist mental health, predominately CAMHs Tier 4 and Adult Eating Disorder (AED). The post holder will work with a range of Mental Health Providers in the NHS and Independent Sector that provide Specialised Mental Health (CAMHs & AED) Services. The post holder will be required to work alongside the Mental Health Programme of Care Lead, Mental Health Supplier Managers, and other Mental Health Case Managers to ensure that Specialised Mental Health Services commissioned and/or performance managed by the Hub Team operate to the highest standard.
The role includes but is not limited to:
- Improving quality and outcomes for service users within specialised mental health services through the commissioning process
- Enabling clinical leadership along the specialised mental health pathway through effective working with clinical teams and case managers
- Enabling service user involvement in the commissioning process and directly within specialised mental health services
- Using the commissioning process to promote equality and reduce inequality
- Working in partnership with other agencies to ensure that commissioned services integrate with the wider health and social care economies
The position is part time post 22.5 hrs hours per week. The post holder will be required to travel regionally across the Yorkshire and Humber area which includes North and North East Lincolnshire. On occasion post holder may be required to travel nationally.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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