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NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme Coordinator

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Job Summary

Employment Term:
Part time, Limited Term
Working Pattern:
Part Time
Advert Start Date:
14/08/2019
Advert End Date:
02/09/2019 23:59
Salary:
£32,029 to £34,788 (pro rata to hours worked)
Hours per week:
18.5 hours
Job Category:
Public Health
Vacancy ID:
105570
Employment Location:
Council offices, Badminton Road, Yate, Bristol, BS37 5AF
Post Number:
SGC1498/928/SS

Job details 

Closing date:
2 Sep


Further information

NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme Coordinator

Summary of Post

Applications are welcomed for this exciting opportunity to develop and enhance your skills and knowledge in supporting the local delivery across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) of the National Diabetes Prevention Programme. We are looking for a skilled project coordinator to continue and develop further the work already delivered in the first two years of the programme.

This post is part time, 18.5 hours per week and a limited term contract due to end March 2021.

Interviews are likely to take place on Wednesday 11 September 2019.

South Gloucestershire Council is committed to treating everyone fairly, to challenging inequalities and to promoting equality of opportunity for all. We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce.

Main Duties

Working with the NDPP Steering Group and other key stakeholders the post holder will coordinate the continued rollout and delivery of the NDPP across BNSSG to ensure those most at risk are being referred to the programme. This will include the following areas of focus:

• Effective working with the National Team.
• Partnership working across BNSSG to promote and deliver the NDPP. This may include partners within Communication teams, BNSSG CCG, Sirona Health, Patient Representatives and wider Diabetes Prevention groups. Governance for NDPP will sit in the Healthier Together CVD Risk Factors Implementation group, which will feed in to West of England DPH Partnership and ICS steering group.
• Working with the Provider. This will include working with the incumbent provider Living Well Taking Control (LWTC) and new provider Wellness Works (WW).
• Working with the Digital element of new WW programme.
• Working with GP Practices.
• Working with people identified as having Non Diabetic Hyperglycaemia (NDH).
• Collection and analysis of monthly local data reports.

Selection Criteria

To enable us to shortlist in a fair and unbiased way it is absolutely vital that you provide us with sufficient information to demonstrate how you meet or exceed the criteria outlined in the vacancy description. Please include this information in the knowledge, skills and experience section of the application form.

Essential

Professionally qualified and hold a relevant degree or postgraduate qualification or have equivalent relevant experience.

Relevant practical experience and evidence of appropriate specialist knowledge.

Well-developed interpersonal skills for persuading and influencing and will be able to build relationships and communicate effectively with customers.

Some management ability and success in a similar work environment.

Good analytical and problem solving capabilities.

Good level of general IT skills and the ability to use appropriate specialist in-house software packages.

Desirable

Some experience of assisting in the supervision, management and motivation and develop a team where appropriate.

Some financial experience or training sufficient to monitor budgets.

Some experience of planning work activities within general professional guidelines or organisational policy.

Detailed operational knowledge relevant to your own area, in terms of functionality, capability and services available.

Additional Information

For more information after reading the job summary, please contact Clare Cook, Programme Lead, Obesity & Physical Activity on 01454 864935 or email Clare.Cook@southglos.gov.uk.

Background to NDPP

The Local Authorities and the NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) covering Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) have offered the NDPP across BNSSG since 2017. Since this time practices have become engaged with the programme, referring patients in good numbers and the programme has achieved a good reputation for delivering a professional and high quality service.

The provider of the NDPP, Living Well, Taking Control (LWTC), a Limited Liability Partnership, have delivered the NDPP in our region since 2017, but as of August 1st 2019 the new delivery partner will be WW (formerly Weight Watchers) who have been awarded the contract to deliver the NDPP to August 2022. The transition from incumbent to new provider is currently underway.

A change of provider will need careful continued oversight to minimise disruption to both patients and practitioners. The NDPP steering group chaired by the NDPP Project Coordinator, meets monthly to ensure the programme is well managed. The group comprises representatives of primary care, the BNSSG Healthier Together Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP), BNSSG CCG and the Service Provider(s). Further, ongoing review of referral numbers is essential in order to ensure the programme meets but does not exceed targets set by NHS England (NHSE). Regular communications will continue with NHSE to ensure these targets are considered, action plans put in place and any programme issues raised and addressed.

Use of vehicle

If the nature of the duties require you to travel on Council business on a regular basis, so you must either have a current driving licence and provide a car, or have access to appropriate means of travel.

If you use your vehicle on authorised Council business, you will receive a mileage payment based on the Inland Revenue Authorised Mileage Allowance Payment Scheme (AMAPS). The allowance is provided on the condition that your own insurance covers you for business use and indemnifies the Council against claim (including those concerning passengers) arising out of the use of the vehicle on official business. You will also be eligible for a car loan if you meet the criteria within the Council’s Car Loan Scheme.

Salary: Hay 6

Hours: 18.5 hours

Closing Date: 2nd September 2019

Salary: £32,029 to £34,788 (pro rata to hours worked)

Vacancy Ref: SGC1498/928/SS

Our Values

Our staff need to have a ‘can-do’ attitude and adapt to the fast pace of change. They must work well with others to reach a common goal and be willing to embrace a partnership and inclusive approach to delivering efficient and effective services. They must use their initiative to deliver and take responsibility for their performance to help the team, department and council to achieve its goals and must make the best use of available knowledge, expertise and capacity in order to continuously improve the quality of services. Our managers are also required to demonstrate effective leadership qualities, shape and manage team plans and motivate their staff to achieve.

Safer Recruitment

South Gloucestershire is committed to safeguarding and promoting the safety and welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.

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