Duty Managers x 2

Location: Huddersfield, HD2
Ref: TAP1610
Pay: £27,275.04 pa

Role:
Our client is looking for 2 x experienced Duty Managers with strong people management and leadership experience to join their well-established organisation. You will be the single point of contact during out of hours for service delivery issues, supporting the Lead Duty Manager.

Leadership & Management

  • Leading and managing the operational team delivery of Contact Centre services to meet the relevant contractual and performance standards within organisational and financial frameworks at all times
  • To provide strong real time leadership and people management to the Contact Centre Operations team
  • To implement the agreed Contact Centre Team objectives
  • To promote personal development within the West Yorkshire Urgent Care team
  • To ensure that own teams adhere to standards, policies and protocols and also uphold and promote this to the wider teams across West Yorkshire
  • To promote effective teamworking across clinical and non-clinical staff within the team and effective cross-functional working with other directorates

Service Delivery

  • To be the point of contact for operational issues within the Contact Centre and the wider service area in operational periods
  • Identify and evaluate new and innovative ways for service improvements and cost effectiveness making recommendations to the Lead Duty Manager
  • Ensure own teams work within the Care Quality Commission framework at all times and promote continuous improvement/development
  • Real time monitoring of productivity to ensure agreed productivity levels from the Contact Centre teams and the Clinical hub are achieved
  • Work in partnership with Support Service Departments to ensure appropriate levels of staffing are operating within an agreed framework which supports the recruitment and the retention of the workforce
  • Work in partnership with Support Service Departments to ensure Standard Operating Procedures are adhered to
  • Ensure Business Continuity plans are implemented when necessary
  • Work with external partners, commissioners, and other service providers to support urgent care transformation and integration of urgent care across all services
  • Work with the Lead Duty Manager to support change management principles whilst adapting to changing needs and new developments
  • Work within the scope of agreed Business Objectives as set out in the Operational Plan

Out of Hours

  • To deliver the operational management plan within the designated area(s)
  • To monitor demand and manage any peaks in demand in line with the OPEL Protocol
  • To ensure that a clear and accurate record of any issues that arise whilst on shift, together with any action taken are recorded on the daily handover document
  • To ensure that any changes to shift times worked or enhanced payments made are reflected accurately on the daily handover document
  • Real time allocation of resources to ensure effective patient flow
  • To ensure relevant performance data is monitored and used to support continuous improvement within service delivery
  • To ensure appropriate and comprehensive root cause analysis techniques are used in the review of performance and corrective action plans are developed and implemented where performance does not meet required standards
  • To be directly responsible for the day-to-day management of resources including premises and equipment in the provision of services
  • To manage staff effectively including staff attendance, training, performance and conducts and ensures issues are dealt with promptly and in accordance with policy and standards

About You:
The role is 36 hours per week working flexibly over 24/7, this will include working Bank Holidays and other seasonal and celebratory/religious periods, so candidates are required to have flexibility with their working hours/days. Shifts will be allocated at least 3 weeks in advance for 2/3 week.  The 3rd week will be a flexible week to respond to short notice absence in the rota.

Candidates Must Have:

  • Previous experience of managing a multi-disciplinary team within a health care environment is ESSENTIAL
  • Previous experience of working within urgent care services
  • Ability to manage shift-based teams across a 24/7 period
  • Experience of implementing change and leading others through change

Benefits of working for our client include:
Free parking, and a friendly team working environment.

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