Up to £12.97 per annum
29 days ago
To operationally lead and support a team of 111 Health Advisors, Service Advisors and Clinical Advisors, to ensure the provision of a high quality, safe and accessible service to patients. The role is to provide leadership and development to all front line staff. The post holder must be passionate, ambitious and with a strong desire to enhance the delivery of the our service to the general public.
Your primary role will be to supervise all front line staff including monitoring of performance, quality and consistency of working practices including compliance within the service provided to the public dialling 111.
You will promote service excellence and best practice paying attention to the delivery of a high quality patient care to all Front Line Advisors within your team.
Contribute towards the investigation of complaints where necessary and feeding back to front line staff, Peers, Clinical Manager and Lead Pathways Trainer
Arrange and lead Team Meetings at regular agreed intervals
Ensure that front line staff receive appropriate training, support and feedback to enable them to deliver an effective and safe service
Working with the Rota/Workforce Team, ensure that staffing levels are maintained to appropriate levels and with appropriately skilled staff, this includes various shift patterns, including nights so you must be flexible yourself in the hours you work.
Liaise with Human Resources/Recruitment team to assist in the selection and interview process for new staff
Provide line management support to members of staff ensuring that they have annual appraisals in line with the appropriate policy, that members of staff have a development plan and that regular one to one's are held.
Undertake Return to Work interviews in line with organisational policy
Supports the development of a capable and confident workforce within the Company, with a positive culture that continually develops through organisational development
Build a culture defined by the company's values and provide a clear, effective and appropriate leadership style that engages the team and ensures that the company's vision and direction of travel is clear
Support the audit process giving feedback to staff as appropriate including undertaking 'live audits' on shift in line with NHS Pathways license requirement
Undertake operational shifts when required.
NVQ Level 4 or equivalent in a Management qualification or degree or significant relevant work experience
Experience in a management/supervisory capacity, ideally within a customer service or call centre environment.
Able to manage performance against KPI's
Effective decision-making capabilities
Ability to work to deadlines
Excellent communication, listening and interpersonal skills
Ability to work and lead in a team environment
Covering between 07:00 and 23:59 365 days per year
You will be required to participate in some out of hours work to support business needs and developments. This includes all public holidays on a rotational basis
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Meridian Business Support is acting on behalf of our Client as a Recruitment Agency.