Lead Clinician - National Managed Clinical Network for Children and Young People’s Allergy Network Scotland CYANS
In line with Scottish Government Health & Social Care Directorates guidance, National Services Division (NSD) is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and highly motivated Lead Clinician to lead the work and ongoing development of the National Managed Clinical Network for Children and Young People’s Allergy Network Scotland. The appointment is for a fixed term of two to three years.
Applicants will be clinically working within their field with experience in the provision, development and complexity of service delivery for children with allergies and allergic conditions. Working closely with clinical and NSD colleagues the post holder will lead and support the work of the National Managed Clinical Network in driving forward the strategic development of a safe, effective, person centred, integrated, multidisciplinary service for the Children and Young People’s Allergy Network Scotland.
Applicants will have a proven record in leading change and a demonstrable understanding of the ethos of managed clinical networks is essential. The ability to work across traditional Health Board boundaries and organisations is essential as is the ability to manage change within a complex environment. It is likely that the successful candidate will be from a medical, nursing, primary care or Allied Health Professional background. This is an exciting opportunity to work as part of an innovative team to deliver significant improvements in patient care.For more information contact: Catriona Johnson, Senior Programme Manager, National Services Division, NHS National Services Scotland at or .
For an application pack please complete the online application form on the SHOW website .
Closing date 6th July 2018. Interviews will be held at NHS National Services Scotland, Gyle Square.
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