Deputy Theatre Manager - The New Foscote Hospital

Offered by The New Foscote Hospital

  • Job Sector: Deputy Theatre Manager
  • Location: West Midlands
  • Salary: £38000 - £49000 (depending on experience)
  • Closing Date: 14/04/2021

Summary

Role:

Deputy Theatre Manager

Department:

Theatre

Function:

Clinical

Reports to:

Director of Nursing & Theatre Manager

Direct Reports:

Theatre Team

Key Contacts:

Matron, Patient Pathways Manager, Consultants, Patients

Location:

The New Foscote Hospital

Salary Range:

£38000 - £49000 (depending on experience)

DBS Level:

Enhanced

Working Hours:

37.5 Hours over 7 days

Key Dates

Posting Date:

Monday 15th March 2021

Closing Date:

Wednesday 14th April 2021, @12pm

(Please note that we may conduct interviews prior to the closing date)

Interview Date(s):

Monday 19th April 2021

Context

The New Foscote Hospital has been successfully established in Banbury for almost 40 years and has provided services and treatments to thousands of people from across the region during this time. We have over 50 consultants, all of whom are leaders in their specialist fields and choose to hold their private practices here, working alongside our friendly, highly qualified and experienced nursing and support teams. With the expansion of the hospital and the opening of a second theatre, there is an exciting opportunity for a Deputy Theatre Manager to join our team.

Role Purpose

At The New Foscote Hospital, the Deputy Theatre Manager will undertake and delegate the management and organisation of care provision within the Operating Department. They will provide and ensure that quality planned care of patients, during their perioperative phase, is consistent throughout their journey with us. Providing appropriate clinical leadership throughout the department and deputise for the Theatre Manager as appropriate in supporting the theatre team.

Core Responsibilities

  • To act with the upmost professionalism and to adhere to the NMC / HCPC code of conduct, depending on your qualification.
  • Monitor and assist in the delivery of patient care
  • Respect the patient’s dignity, privacy, wishes and beliefs
  • A ‘hands on’ role within the theatre suite
  • Encourage, develop and enhance the skills and knowledge of others and self
  • Promote best evidence-based practice
  • Apply and ensure others comply with legislation, policies and procedures
  • Provide administrational, organisational and managerial support to the Theatre Manager

Main Duties and Key Accountabilities

  • To adhere to AfPP staffing guidelines to ensure that the department is adequately staffed
  • Be involved in the daily briefing ‘Huddle’ before the commencement of surgical lists, and ensure the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist is completed and adhered to for all patients
  • To efficiently complete all written documentation
  • Be a role model and mentor to staff on all departmental and hospital-wide matters
  • Ensure the working environment is as safe as possible and complies with company, professional, legal requirements and guidelines
  • Adhere to Infection Prevention Control policies and procedures
  • To be involved in staff appraisals and performance management
  • To work closely with the Procurement Department
  • Liaise with Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) TSSU with regards to instrument management
  • To assist and support the Theatre Manager with any additional departmental work

In addition:

  • Be accountable for own standards of work
  • Respect and maintain confidentiality at all times
  • Attend appropriate training sessions to improve standards of practice
  • Attend all mandatory training sessions
  • Adhere to hospital-wide policies, procedures and standards
  • Attend and participate in staff meetings
  • Maintain courteous and professional relationships with all colleagues, visitors and consultants
  • Promote effective communication within all department areas
  • Support colleagues and work co-operatively to promote good team morale
  • Perform any other duties as required and assessed as competent to do so
  • Actively work to maintain the standards set by The Care Quality Commission

Key Performance Indicators

  • Feedback from colleagues
  • Results of inspections
  • Theatre utilisation
  • Customer satisfaction as indicated through surveys

Knowledge / Skills / Qualifications

 

Essential

Desirable

Qualifications & Technical Skills

·       Registered Practitioner with NMC or HCPC

 

·       SFA Qualification

·       ILS

Knowledge & Experience

·       Previous experience within a similar role

·       Previous experience within a Deputy Theatre Manager role

Skills & Behaviours

·       Ability to demonstrate high standards of verbal and written communication

·       Administrative skills

·       Ability to present information clearly and concisely

·       Interpersonal skills

·       Tact and diplomacy

·       Time management & organisational skills

·       Ability to be flexible and respond to urgent matters

·       Adaptability to change and willingness to embrace new ideas and processes

·       Ability to follow instructions and work to tight time constraints

·       Reliability and dependability

·       Leadership and/or managerial skills

 

 

 

Key Behaviours

Think Customer:  Focuses on the needs of customers, primarily our visitors and consultants. Identifies and prioritises the customer’s needs. Understands situations from the customer's perspective, and provides solutions, which fit the customer's needs. Focuses on customer service and care and takes a proactive approach to their needs and ownership of their issues.

Own Your Part in Delivering Results:  Demonstrates determination, resourcefulness and purpose to personally deliver the best results for the organisation.

Impact and Influencing: Has a degree of self-awareness and maintains a calm demeanour in stressful and challenging situations

Be One Team:  The ability to gain an understanding of the needs of others, build relationships and drive action that is mutually beneficial for both individuals and the company. Always behaves in a way that is consistent with the behaviours and is receptive to further improvement.

Innovate, Adapt & Change:  Is open to change. Is flexible and adaptable to changing circumstances, being tolerant of necessary change and fluidity within the organisation.

Additional Information

The content of the job description is not exhaustive and the post holder may be required to undertake additional duties, which fall within their scope of practice.

The role profile reflects the overall scope and responsibilities of the role. All roles evolve and this role profile will therefore be subject to periodic review and change if required.

Application Process

To apply for this role please:

  • Ensure you have read and meet the essential knowledge/skills/qualifications for this role
  • Complete an application form and equal opportunities form via The New Foscote Hospital Website Vacancies page at https://thefoscotehospital.co.uk/vacancies/
  • Please submit both forms before the closing time and date via email to hr@foscote.hospital or via post to: HR Department, The New Foscote Hospital, 2 Foscote Rise, Banbury, OX16 9XP
  • Please take note of the proposed interview date(s) to ensure that you will be available