Part time/full time available (2.5 days minimum)
About the role
We are looking for clinicians with a strong interest and experience in education to join our national healthcare transformation team.
Successful applicants will support the development, production and delivery of educational packages for NHS colleagues taking part in our Clinically-Led workforcE and Activity Redesign (CLEAR) programme which places clinicians at the heart of healthcare decision making and innovation.
Developed in partnership with Health Education England (HEE), CLEAR is an integrated learning and working programme which enables clinicians to develop new skills in data science, transformation and leadership while delivering live redesign projects in the NHS. The training is delivered using blended learning approaches including a virtual learning environment.
Our clinicians working in these roles are fully supported and will be part of a talented team providing training using a range of teaching techniques to motivated NHS clinicians keen to drive change within their organisation.
You will need to be adaptable and able to react effectively to feedback to improve both our education approaches and materials. The education team is continually looking to improve and develop education products as well as devise new courses – the creation and delivery of these will be a key part of the work.
Beyond astute clinical insight, you’ll need to be an excellent communicator with a proactive approach to work and the confidence to apply your clinical knowledge in a lateral context.
You will receive training specific to the role, including how to interrogate, visualise, and model data together with how to combine this with engagement activities across stakeholder groups to identify new models of care and workforce that could make a real difference to patient care.
The majority of our clinicians work in the NHS less than full time (LTFT) and commit to working an average of two days per week with 33N. This allows them to build portfolio careers alongside their clinical work, developing strong leadership, management and team-working skills. Time commitment to 33N is flexible and negotiable, with a minimum of two days per week.
If you are passionate about improving patient care and keen to work on projects that will have a real impact for patients and your NHS colleagues, we’d love to hear from you.
Senior Clinical Consultant job description.
How to apply
For more information about this role and others available, please contact our Head of Talent Sam Cuddy (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Expressions of interest should include:
- An updated CV specifying your current role and grade/band
- A personal statement (maximum 300 words) with reference to the job description for the role that you are applying for, stating why you are interested in joining 33n, an outline of previous experience with initiating an innovative project including what went well and the challenges you faced
- Details of your availability.