Antenatal And Newborn Screening Ordinator Jobs Vacancy at York Teaching Hospital Nhs Foundation Trust York
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Antenatal And Newborn Screening Ordinator Jobs Vacancy at York Teaching Hospital Nhs Foundation Trust York Jobs Details:
An exciting development opportunity has risen at York Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust offering a secondment opportunity as an Antenatal & Newborn Screening Co-ordinator
We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual to manage 5 of the national Antenatal & Newborn screening programmes.
York Trust offer maternity care to approximately 6000 women a year across 2 maternity units -Â YorkÂ and Scarborough. Care is also delivered in 4Â community units. It is expected the post holder will have a strategic cross-site responsibility for the service and manage a small team of screening support staff, as well as direct patient care contact.
To be successful in this post, you will be capable of providing an excellent level of knowledge of the Antenatal and Newborn Screening Programmes. The post holder should also be a highly team focused positive role model and possess excellent leadership, communication and networking skills. Teaching skills are required to deliver training and education to a wide variety of health professionals involved in the screening programmes. In additional you must have a broad knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite.
You should be able to work autonomously whilst working effectively as part of a team, to ensure outstanding quality assurance. Excellent organisational and management skills are required in order to be able to provide a comprehensive high quality care screening service.
The post holder will ensure the programmes adhere to the national standards and have responsibility for local guidelines and failsafe processes. You will ensure that failsafe systems are in place and accurately maintained for all screening programmes whilst being innovative in ensuring equal access to screening for all members of our diverse community. You will have responsibility for national data collection and submission, report writing, incident management and action planning. You will be required to attend meetings relating to the screening programmes.
The ability to transport yourself and equipment across the locality during the course of a normal working day is required for this vacancy.
Please refer to the full job description for duties and responsibilities.