Service Delivery Manager
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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The Service Delivery Manager will provide management support in ensuring safe, high-quality evidence-based services are available to patients referred into the OGN pathways; developing and delivering a comprehensive specialist service that is patient-centred; pro-actively resolving day-to-day issues and working in partnership with patients and other agencies.
The post holder will work closely with the Deputy Operations Director, Operational Leads, and multidisciplinary Clinical Leads to drive the successful delivery of the Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Neonatology Services.
Main duties of the job
Assist and support the Deputy Operations Director, Clinical Leads and Operational Leads in the smooth running of the service whilst pro-actively resolving day-to-day admin and clerical management issues within the Service.
Data collection and analysis in relation to patient data flow on the OGN pathways.
Communicate professionally and effectively with a variety of people at all levels internal and external to the Trust.
Act as a facilitator to manage relationships across multi-disciplinary teams and across organisational boundaries.
Significant use of interpersonal skills liaising with Directors, Senior Managers, Clinical Leads, administrative, medical, AHPs and nursing staff, as well as external stakeholders and patients, involving telephone, face to face contact and email correspondence.
Resolve non-clinical queries on behalf of the team and use judgment skills to recommend best course of action to be taken when receiving clinical queries depending on urgency, capacity, and availability.
Ensure robust systems are in place to manage actively all aspects of the waiting list process.
Ensure the A&C team is meeting all aspects of the waiting lists policy and strive to ensure that patient experiences are "good" or better.
To support the reduction of cancellations, DNAs, or delayed appointments due to poor communication/co-ordination within and across the service.
You will be working for an organisation which values and respects all of its staff and the community it serves. The Trust is a leader in the NHS and research sectors and provides excellent benefits for its staff. This includes commitments to professional development but also many policies to support employees in balancing their personal and professional lives.
The Jessop Wing opened in 2001 and is a purpose-built maternity unit whereapproximately 5,700 babies are born every year. In addition to a 22-bed labour ward, there are three postnatal wards and one antenatal ward, an admission Triage area, and a High Dependency Unit. One of the postnatal wards specialises in caring for women who have had a caesarean section. In addition, the Jessop Wing Community Midwifery Service attend approximately 200 homebirths per year. The Jessop Wing also provides neonatal intensive care and special care for sick and premature babies born in Sheffield and those transferred from other units who require this expertise.
On the ground floor of the Jessop Wing is the Antenatal Clinic and Gynaecology Outpatient Clinic. The Gynaecology Service also includes two wards on G Floor of the Royal Hallamshire Hospital.
The Jessop Wing also has an Assisted Conception Unit for women who require this specialist treatment.
Please view the attached Job Description and Person Specification documents for full details regarding this post.
When completing your application please ensure that you clearly demonstrate how you meet the role criteria.
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