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Complementary Therapy Service Manager

not applicable

Main area
Clinical Haematology
Grade
not applicable
Contract
12 month fixed term contract
Hours
8 hours per week - flexible in line with service need
Job ref
349-SMD-0863-A
Site
Manchester, Oxford Road
Town
Manchester
Salary
£28,050-£43,041 per annum (pro rata)
Closing
04/09/2018 23:59

The Clinical Haematology Department at Manchester Royal Infirmary is a leading centre for the treatment of both malignant and non-malignant haematological disorders. Our inpatient unit provides a vast range of treatments, including high dose chemotherapy and stem cell transplants. We also have a large cohort of patients who receive ongoing outpatient treatment in our Haematology Day Unit. Our service is growing, 2017 saw the opening of our brand new haematology day unit and 2018 will see the beginning of the works on our brand new 34 bedded inpatient haematology ward.

Are you a complementary therapist with a background in nursing or as an allied health professional? We are looking to recruit a dynamic, creative, flexible individual to construct, develop and deliver a new complementary therapy service for haematology patients at Manchester Royal Infirmary.

As this is a new service, you should have previous experience of working within a haematology/oncology setting and understand the complex needs of these patients. Previous experience of delivering comlementary therapy to haematology/oncology patients, is also desirable.

As a service manager, you will have experience of working at a senior level in a healthcare setting, proven leadership skills and maintain your registration with your relevant professional body.

This position is offered on a 12 month fixed term basis for 8 hours per week. The salary is negotiable, dependent on experience.

 

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Applicant requirements

You must have appropriate UK professional registration.

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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Further details / informal visits contact

If you would like any further information regarding this post, or would like to visit the department, please contact:

Matron Lucy Farrall - lucy.farrall@mft.nhs.uk

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Telephone
0161 276 4744