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ECHO and Engagement Manager

Band 6

Main area
Liver
Grade
Band 6
Contract
Permanent
Hours
Full time, 37.5 hours per week
Job ref
213-NC-3190
Employer
King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Employer type
NHS
Site
Denmark Hill
Town
London
Salary
£36,481 - £44,044 per annum, inc HCA
Closing
24/09/2019 23:59

The Liver Operational Delivery Networks Team has an exciting opportunity for an exceptional band 6 ECHO & Engagement Manager to join our team. The post holder will be responsible the implementation and delivery of Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes Programme (ECHO) across both King’s led Hepatitis C Operational Delivery Networks and the new Cirrhosis Operational Delivery Network.

The ideal candidate will have previous project management experience and involvement in service / pathway redesign and stakeholder engagement.

By joining our team you will have the opportunity to work on a variety of challenging and innovative projects across the Liver ODNs working towards the overall goal of HCV elimination by 2025 and also ensuring all patients with decompensated cirrhosis requiring specialist liver centre care are offered treatment within specialist liver centres. You will develop ECHO as an educational platform, maintain an annual ECHO educational programme including case reviews, workshops, training and engagement events and, lead on ECHO evaluation via the implementation of surveys and feasibility studies for policy formation and improvement of services.

This post is hosted by King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and based at the Denmark Hill site and will require travel across Kent and South Thames. Flexible and adaptable working in this post is key to ensure the demands and needs of the Liver ODNs are met.

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Laura Gallagher, Programme Manager – Laura.Gallagher1@nhs.net