Within the post, the successful candidate will be required to work 0.6WTE (3 days) with the London office of Health Education England (HEE), specifically working directly with the Postgraduate Deans team, focusing on the 'Leading through Education to Excellent Patient Care (LEEP)' programme, as a 'LEEP Fellow.' LEEP is a leadership programme which consists of aims to promote leadership development and collaborative working across the healthcare system, with this role specifically focusing on upskilling our London colleagues. The remaining 0.4 WTE (2 days) will be working clinically in the successful applicants chosen speciality.
Main duties of the job
An indicative timetable for the Fellow will be provided, detailing the proposed split of time between organisations. The appointed Fellow will be expected to spend 2 days working in clinical. It is not expected that this post will count towards training. Exact timetables will be confirmed upon appointment.
King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of the UK's largest and busiest teaching Trusts with a turnover of c£1 billion, 1.5 million patient contacts a year and more than 15,000 staff based across South East London. The Trust provides a full range of local and specialist services across its five sites. The trust-wide strategy of Strong Roots, Global Reach is our Vision to be BOLD, Brilliant people, Outstanding care, Leaders in Research, Innovation and Education, Diversity, Equality and Inclusion at the heart of everything we do. By being person-centred, digitally-enabled, and focused on sustainability, we aim to take Team King's to another level.
We are at a pivotal point in our history and we require individuals who are ready to join a highly professional team and make a real, lasting difference to our patients and our people.
King's is committed to delivering Sustainable Healthcare for All via our Green Plan. In line with national Greener NHS ambitions, we have set net zero carbon targets of 2040 for our NHS Carbon Footprint and 2045 for our NHS Carbon Footprint Plus. Everyone's contribution is required in order to meet the goals set out in our Green Plan and we encourage all staff to work responsibly, minimising their contributions to the Trust's carbon emissions, waste and pollution wherever possible.
- Working collaboratively across London Trusts and HEE in order to continue the rollout of LEEP to medical trainees and other healthcare professionals.
- Look to obtain and train more faculty members as part of the LEEP programme via train the trainer sessions, increasing Londons faculty pool for further engagement with colleagues.
- Attendance at key HEE meetings to ensure feedback and insight from Trust colleagues is reported back to HEE in regards to the LEEP programme.
- This role will include co-ordinating senior and junior leadership projects, organising and co-ordinating meetings between trainees and tutors.
- Attendance at key Trust educational forums including educational management meetings, local faculty groups and the junior doctor forum to champion the rollout of LEEP, gather intelligence on emerging issues in relation to leadership education and training and provide a rapid response channel to the trainees from the organisation.
- Providing mentorship for those undertaking LEEP sessions.
- Act as an intermediate to the junior doctors and HEE/the Trust to gain a real data source of how trainees are being supported during their leadership training.
- Completion of an appropriate PGCert, should the successful candidate wish to undertake this.
- First Medical Degree & GMC Registration
- Postgraduate Qualification
- 24 months experience of working within NHS
- Experience delivering teaching and education sessions.
- Excellent communication skills
- Experience of Audit