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Business Development Partner - Social Care
Job Description and Person Specification
Job Title: Business Development Partner
Context: Launched in 2020, a new Local Authority Trading Company, wholly owned by Dorset Council, began operating services to Dorset Council residents in October 2022. Around 700 colleagues have been positively impacting Dorset residents since 2015. Following a successful first year, we are seeking a highly motivated individual to support our ambitious growth and change agenda. The ideal candidate will have in-depth knowledge of Social Care and experience in bringing both building-based and community-based care and support services from the initial concept to operational delivery.
The Role: Overall Purpose: The Business Development Partner will support the Executive in delivering the growth agenda, building business cases for new opportunities, ensuring services align with values and regulatory standards.
Responsibilities and Accountabilities: The Business Development Partner will:
- Identify new business opportunities aligned with the organization's strategy.
- Build relationships with internal and external key stakeholders.
- Create strategies to successfully pursue new business opportunities.
- Collaborate with the Programme and projects team for successful new business delivery.
- Work closely with operational colleagues to support new ways of working within existing services.
- Manage the referrals and assessment team, maximizing service utilization.
- Attend national and local forums to enhance brand awareness.
- Collaborate with local organizations.
- Analyze market data and trends to support strategic direction.
- Manage tenders and ensure inclusion in local frameworks as appropriate.
- Work closely with the finance team to ensure new business opportunities align with assumptions and demonstrate value for money.
- Extensive experience in the Social Care market, particularly in developing Day Services, Supported Living, Registered Care, and Reablement models.
- Proven track record of effectively managing teams and demonstrated experience in negotiation and influencing.
- Extensive knowledge and understanding of current legislation (e.g., Health and Social Care Act) and CQC regulations.
- Experience in resource and budgetary management.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Good interpersonal skills with an understanding of how to motivate and support team members.
- Ability to use initiative and organize workloads effectively.
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with an emphasis on providing outcomes.
- Ability to work collaboratively to support the continued development and management of the organization.
- Ability to problem-solve and confidence in decision-making.
Good to Have:
- Experience in project management methodologies such as Prince2 or Agile.
- Full driving license.
Patient safety Coordinator
Patient Safety Coordinator
Location - Palm Springs, CA
Salary - $129k - $207k
The Patient Safety Coordinator (PSC) works under the direction of the Patient Safety Officer (PSO) and the Chief Quality Officer (CQO) to support the facility-wide patient safety program. This role will work with others within the facility to focus on process improvements that will support the reduction of medical/health care errors and other factors that contribute to unintended adverse patient outcomes. This practitioner may participate in safety assessments, assist in coordination of the activities of the patient safety committee, educate other practitioners on the system-based cause for medical errors, consult with management and staff, and communicates literature-based ideas regarding effective patient safety strategies to others within the organization. Key responsibilities of this position also include working with all services to hardwire reliable delivery of healthcare systems that incorporate best practice patient safety methodologies.
DEPARTMENT SPECIFIC DUTIES:
- Participates in the Patient Safety Program and the Patient Safety Committee.
- Investigates patient safety issues within the organization.
- Leads Root Cause Analysis, Focused Reviews, and Intense Analysis.
- Supports and encourages error reporting, including near misses, throughout the organization through a nonpunitive reporting system.
- Ensures compliance with audits and monitoring defined in Action Plans.
- Identifies reportable events which the PSO and CQO in order to comply with five-day reporting requirements for California Department of Public Health (CDPH).
- Works collaboratively with hospital leadership to promote best practices for patient safety and ensure compliance with patient safety initiatives.
- Revises and/or develops policy and procedures involving patient safety.
- Designs and implements educational presentations that facilitate the understanding and implementation of patient safety standards within the organization.
- Serves as a resource for employees and medical staff on issues of patient safety.
- Supports and analyzes the annual Patient Safety Survey and collaborates with departmental leaders to address survey findings.
- Handles product recalls and defective products through an established process and reports to FDA and/or the manufacturer as required under the Safe Medical Device Act.
- Regularly updates the organization on TJC Sentinel Alerts, patient safety initiatives, and best practices for patient safety.
- Supports effective responses to adverse occurrences and Sentinel Events.
- Provides an ongoing proactive approach to reduce risk.
- Integrates patient safety as a priority into new processes and the redesign of existing processes, functions and services.
- Participates in Failure Mode and Effects Analysis.
- Recommends and facilitates change in the organization to improve patient safety based on identified risks
- Supports processes for patient and family engagement in the patient safety systems of the organization
- Ensures that data for decision making for patient safety is robust in terms of rigor and representative of the systems being examined.
- Maintains confidentiality of patient information and the privileged status of information
- Participates with patient grievance and complaint investigations.
- Adopts and lives the Values of DRMC: Patient Focus, Accountability, Compassion, Continuous Improvement, Diversity, Innovation, Integrity, Joy, Teamwork
- Protects and respects the integrity of the Patient Safety Office in all decision-making processes and activities.
- Active California Nursing license
- Must have Bachelors Degree in patient care related field
- At least 3 years of experience (five years preferred) within a hospital leadership role
- Knowledge of Microsoft and expertise in Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel
- Experience in leading meetings
- Strong skills in data interpretation
- Superior interpersonal skills
- Strong leadership qualities (task completion, motivation)
- Ability to handle multiple simultaneous tasks; strong skills in prioritizing and meeting deadlines
- Excellent communication skills
- Ability to work under pressure
- J.D, or Masters in Nursing, Health Services, or Patient Safety
- Certified Professional Healthcare Risk Management (CPHRM)
- Experience in coordinating root cause analysis and intense analysis
Location - Lewiston, ID
Salary - 150k to 295k
Reports to the Director - Cancer Services
Our current physicist is retiring after 30+ years but will stay on to assist with the transition to the new Linac and planning system and will remain available PRN to help cover vacation for the new physicist. We are also contracting with Cancer Care Northwest (Spokane, WA) to also provide additional support for dosimetry and physics when needed.
We recognize that our patients deserve qualified, engaged, and competent healthcare professionals and we know that our healthcare professionals deserve a working environment that is safe, leaders who are visible and supportive, and opportunities to grow and develop in their chosen disciplines.
If you feel that your skills and compassion fit with our vision for healthcare, we invite you to apply today.
The Medical Physicist will perform duties pertaining to treatment machine calibration, dosimetry, treatment planning, and monitoring of radiation received by employees. They will also have responsibilities in helping with simulation of patients and teaching therapists in areas of dosimetry and computer planning and supervises the Medical Dosimetrist.
- Board Certified in medical physics by the American Board of Radiology (ABR) preferred
- Prior experience in radiation oncology required
Locum interventional Radiologist
Onsite Locum Interventional Radiologist
Salary - $4,000+ Per Day (Part time and Full time considered)
Location - Las Vegas, NV
- Job type: Locum
- Setting: On-site position
- Schedule: 1 week on / 1 week off, Monday-Thursday from 7:00am-5:00pm PST
- Additional details: No on-call, evening, or weekend coverage responsibilities
- Perform light IR procedures including placements/removals of PICC Lines and Port
- Perform and interpret image-guided Fluoroscopy procedures
- Perform general imaging responsibilities including interpreting X-ray, CT, and US studies
- Collaborate with technical, administrative staff, and medical leadership to provide high quality, comprehensive high-quality patient-centered care
Desired Professional Skills and Experience
- Must be ABR or AOBR board certified
- 2+ years of experience in Interventional Radiology
- Ability to interpret basic Nuclear Medicine and PET/CT procedures is preferred, but not required
- Fellowship training in Vascular and Interventional Radiology is preferred, but not required
- Currently licensed or have the ability to obtain license in Nevada
- A comprehensive diagnostic imaging provider enabling patients to receive immediate diagnostic tests, rapid results, and comprehensive next steps all in a single PCP visit. Underlying this is the most advanced, proprietary, FDA-cleared AI platform supporting our radiologists in providing better patient care at the earliest stages of the process at Primary Care.