Rehabilitation Clinical Team Leader
Job Reference: FA133
Job Type: Permanent
Date Added: 13/06/2012
||£32000 - £35000 per annum + company benefits
Our client, a leading provider within the Health and Wellbeing sector, with core products including Employee Assistance Programmes, Absence Management Solutions, Rehabilitation, Occupational Health and Internal Assistance, in addition to a range of telephone advice, information support services require a Team Leader to manage a team of clinically qualified Case Managers.
As a Team Manager, you will be a key member of the Health Operational team. The role will require flexibility and willingness to change according to the business needs
Responsibilities key to the role:
*To lead coach, develop and support the staff through change and the day to day responsibilities of their roles.
*To plan and coordinate the flow of work through the department ensuring that each resource is used and that work is distributed fairly and to the correct skill sets.
*To deliver against key objectives and measure team's productivity and quality on an on-going basis; ensuring targets and deadlines are achieved.
*To process improvements, work on department and own team projects.
*Absence Management, appraisals and performance improvement.
*To keep up to date with clinical, industry, business knowledge and all aspects of service requirements to ensure clients receive best practice advice, guidance, support and direction.
*To support case management staff with high profile referrals, complex cases and client queries in such a way to maximize customer and company satisfaction
Qualifications and skills essential for the role:
*Excellent written and verbal communication skills
*Proven team management experience
*Ability to work under own initiative and create solutions to problems and business opportunities
*Computer literate with a good knowledge of Microsoft Windows
*Good knowledge of people management processes
*Excellent organisational and time management skills
*Excellent presentational skills
*Leadership skills capable of sustaining & inspiring commitment within the management of change and continuous improvement environments
*Influential committed team & motivational player
*Ability and willingness to quickly understand, apply and work to improve processes and systems
*Degree or diploma qualified with a current healthcare registration (in good standing) with a recognised professional college/council (e.g. NMC, HPC, GOC, etc.).
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Our client is an Equal Opportunities employer and we actively encourage candidate applications from all sections of the community.
The successful candidate may be required to undertake an Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau Check.