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MRI Radiographer

Job number:
5820
Location:

Job Title: MRI Radiographer

Area: Trumpington Rd, Cambridge

Job Description:Start date: 11 Aug 2022 - Shift start time: 07:30. End date: 11 Aug 2022 - Shift end time: 20:00.

Vacancy Code:7295813660763.B5820

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Mammographer

Job number:
5754
Location:

Job Title: Mammographer Band 8a

Area: Peterborough City Hospital, Bretton Gate

Job Description:For 12 months. Based at City Hospital, Walsall Manor Hospital.
Current Screening sites- Aldridge, City Hospital, Sandwell Hospital, Oldbury and Castle vale.Screening and symptomatic work. Hours – Ideally 7.5 hr working day – 8.30-5pm.Must be able to drive.PgCert in Mammography is essential.

Vacancy Code: TB162.B5754

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MRI Radiographer

Job number:
5750
Location:

Job: MRI Radiographer

Area: 4 Trumpington Road, Cambridge,CB28AF

Job Description:Start date: 11 Aug 2022-Shift start time: 07:30.End date: 11 Aug 2022-Shift end time: 20:00.Reason: Holiday.Note:

Vacancy Reference: 7295813660763.B5750

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Band 6 Occupational Therapist

Job number:
5741
Location:

Job Title:  Mental Health Practitioner  (Nurse, SW or OT) – Band 6

Area:  Cambridgeshire NHS

Salary:  £negotiable  

Job Type:  Locum

Contract length:  Ongoing                     

Job details:  To start asap. To work as a mental health practitioner as part of the PDCS duty team.

The duty support is available to all clients on our treatment waiting list and those in active treatment.

Duty practitioners cover all 4 localities, Cambridge, Fenland, Huntingdon and Peterborough. There may not be a duty practitioner based in each area.

  1. team members in each locality meet every morning and discuss any concerns or queries. Following which members of duty team, call in to a conference call from all localities and discuss incoming work, share information and concerns. A “crisis handover” is subsequently completed whereby an outline of the client, summary of recent events or presentation and any actions. Actions may be graded red /amber/green dependent upon actions required and urgency of the action/ clinical presentation. At the end of the day, the team has a conference call debrief.

The duty service runs “open clinic” telephone support: This service aims to support clients to develop or utilise coping strategies in order to avoid the escalation of emotional distress and potential crisis events. In times of crisis, clients are asked to call the team to request a crisis call and their calls are returned as soon as possible by a duty practitioner.

When clients call the team the call is taken by a member of the admin team. They check the circumstance of the call and whether the request is for practitioner call back in open clinic, crisis call or routine call back.

Calls are rarely transferred directly to practitioners unless the client is in immediate danger in which case practitioner may take the call and co-ordinate any other response that is required.

Once a call is logged by the admin team an email is sent to the duty inbox alerting the duty team to the call and a copy is uploaded to the patient’s notes.

Clinicians within duty will then triage the call for open clinic call back, crisis call or routine call back, depending on the request, clinical information and any management plan in place for the client.

If a crisis call is requested a practitioner contacts the patient as soon as possible. It is not always possible to call back immediately, and clients are made aware of this. It is not unusual for crisis calls to be made to the team in high-risk situations, where someone may be contemplating or having prepared for harm. Where medical attention is required, this takes priority over a further clinical discussion. If harm has not occurred, the primary aim of the contact is to assess the situation, asses the presentation in context of what is already known about the client and support the clients to implement strategies to manage distressing emotions or feelings without harm. The aim is to validate the emotion and the experience of the client, support the client to explore triggers to build understanding and awareness and to implement alternative less destructive ways of managing the emotional distress and to reduce risk to themselves.

Home visits are not conducted as part of the service. When a situation cannot be deescalated, the practitioner will support the client, with initial safety steps, and a face-to-face appointment may be offered in one of the team bases. Rarely, emergency services may be contacted if there has been harm, or the patients are in immediate danger, and they require the direct intervention of others to prevent harm.

The post will also include assessment, review, and ongoing planned intervention appointments as part of the treatment pathway.

Working hours: Monday to Friday, 09.00 – 17.00.

Code:  U.C479.027007.B5741

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Occupational Therapist

Job number:
5622
Location:

Job Title:  Neuro Occupational Therapist

Area:  Cambridgeshire

Salary: £negotiable

Job Type: Locum

Contract length: Ongoing                      

Job details: 

Code:   U.014007.B5622

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Band 5 Speech and Language Therapist

Job number:
5597
Location:

Job Title:  Neuro Speech and Language Therapist
Area:  Cambridgeshire 
Salary: £negotiable 
Job Type: Locum
Contract length: Ongoing       
Job details:  
Code:   U.014007.B5597
 

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Band 5/6 Occupational Therapist

Job number:
5361
Location:

Job Title:  RMN (or RGN with MH experience, SW or OT) – Band 5/6

Area:  Cambridgeshire NHS

Salary:  £negotiable  

Job Type:  Locum

Contract length:  Ongoing                     

Job details:  To start asap. Mental Health clinician either RN (prefer RMN but would consider RGN if experience in mental health). OR Occupational Therapist. To work in community as part of an MDT, with older adults who have mental health conditions, both functional and organic. Providing assessments, care planning, risk assessments, interventions to promote recovery. Liaising with partner organisations. Working hours: Monday to Friday, 09.00 – 17.00.

Code:  U.C473.021006.B5361

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Physiotherapist

Job number:
5331
Location:

Job Title:  Senior Physiotherapist  (multiple shifts)

Area:  Cambridgeshire Private

Salary:  £negotiable   

Job Type:  Locum

Contract length:  Ongoing                         

Job details:  To cover vacancy. Experienced inpatient physio for busy orthopedic ward.

Code: U. 1001508313519604 and1001508313519666.016006.B5331

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Physiotherapist

Job number:
5302
Location:

Job Title:  Senior Physiotherapist  (multiple shifts)

Area:  Cambridgeshire Private

Salary:  £negotiable   

Job Type:  Locum

Contract length:  Ongoing                          

Job details:  To cover vacancy. Experienced inpatient physio for busy orthopaedic ward.

Code:  U. 1001508313519552. 1001508313519854 .013006.B5302

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Band 6 Occupational Therapist

Job number:
5189
Location:

Job Title:  Mental Health Practitioner (Occupational Therapist, Nurse or SW) – Band 6

Area:  Cambridgeshire NHS

Salary:  £negotiable  

Job Type:  Locum

Contract length:  Ongoing                     

Job details:  To work as a mental health practitioner as part of the PDCS duty team.

The duty support is available to all clients on our treatment waiting list and those in active treatment.

Duty practitioners cover all 4 localities, Cambridge, Fenland, Huntingdon and Peterborough. There may not be a duty practitioner based in each area.

All team members in each locality meet every morning and discuss any concerns or queries. Following which members of duty team, call in to a conference call from all localities and discuss incoming work, share information and concerns. A “crisis handover” is subsequently completed whereby an outline of the client, summary of recent events or presentation and any actions. Actions may be graded red /amber/green dependent upon actions required and urgency of the action/ clinical presentation. At the end of the day, the team has a conference call debrief.

The duty service runs “open clinic” telephone support: This service aims to support clients to develop or utilise coping strategies in order to avoid the escalation of emotional distress and potential crisis events. In times of crisis, clients are asked to call the team to request a crisis call and their calls are returned as soon as possible by a duty practitioner.

When clients call the team, the call is taken by a member of the admin team. They check the circumstance of the call and whether the request is for practitioner call back in open clinic, crisis call or routine call back.

Calls are rarely transferred directly to practitioners unless the client is in immediate danger in which case practitioner may take the call and co-ordinate any other response that is required.

Once a call is logged by the admin team an email is sent to the duty inbox alerting the duty team to the call and a copy is uploaded to the patient’s notes.

Clinicians within duty will then triage the call for open clinic call back, crisis call or routine call back, depending on the request, clinical information and any management plan in place for the client.

If a crisis call is requested a practitioner contacts the patient as soon as possible. It is not always possible to call back immediately, and clients are made aware of this. It is not unusual for crisis calls to be made to the team in high-risk situations, where someone may be contemplating or having prepared for harm. Where medical attention is required, this takes priority over a further clinical discussion. If harm has not occurred, the primary aim of the contact is to assess the situation, asses the presentation in context of what is already known about the client and support the clients to implement strategies to manage distressing emotions or feelings without harm. The aim is to validate the emotion and the experience of the client, support the client to explore triggers to build understanding and awareness and to implement alternative less destructive ways of managing the emotional distress and to reduce risk to themselves.

Home visits are not conducted as part of the service. When a situation cannot be deescalated, the practitioner will support the client, with initial safety steps, and a face-to-face appointment may be offered in one of the team bases. Rarely, emergency services may be contacted if there has been harm, or the patients are in immediate danger and they require the direct intervention of others to prevent harm.

The post will also include assessment, review, and ongoing planned intervention appointments as part of the treatment pathway.  

Working hours: Monday to Friday, 09.00 – 17.00.

Code:  U.C474.006006.B5189

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MRI Radiographer
  • Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
  • Type: Locum
  • Job #5820

Job Title: MRI Radiographer Area: Trumpington Rd, Cambridge Job Description:Start date: 11 Aug 2022 - Shift start time: 07:30. End date: 11 Aug 2022 - Shift end time: 20:00. Vacancy Code:7295813660763.B5820 Apply Now

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Mammographer
  • Location: Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
  • Type: Locum
  • Job #5754

Job Title: Mammographer Band 8a Area: Peterborough City Hospital, Bretton Gate Job Description:For 12 months. Based at City Hospital, Walsall Manor Hospital. Current Screening sites- Aldridge, City Hospital, Sandwell Hospital, Oldbury and Castle vale.Screening and symptomatic work. Hours – Ideally 7.5 hr working day – 8.30-5pm.Must be able to drive.PgCert in Mammography is essential. Vacancy Code: TB162.B5754 Apply […]

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MRI Radiographer
  • Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
  • Type: Locum
  • Job #5750

Job: MRI Radiographer Area: 4 Trumpington Road, Cambridge,CB28AF Job Description:Start date: 11 Aug 2022-Shift start time: 07:30.End date: 11 Aug 2022-Shift end time: 20:00.Reason: Holiday.Note: Vacancy Reference: 7295813660763.B5750 Apply Now

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Band 6 Occupational Therapist
  • Location: Cambridge , Cambridgeshire
  • Type: Locum
  • Job #5741

Job Title:  Mental Health Practitioner  (Nurse, SW or OT) – Band 6 Area:  Cambridgeshire NHS Salary:  £negotiable   Job Type:  Locum Contract length:  Ongoing                      Job details:  To start asap. To work as a mental health practitioner as part of the PDCS duty team. The duty support is available to all clients on our treatment waiting […]

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Occupational Therapist
  • Location: Doddington, Cambridgeshire
  • Type: Locum
  • Job #5622

Job Title:  Neuro Occupational Therapist Area:  Cambridgeshire Salary: £negotiable Job Type: Locum Contract length: Ongoing                       Job details:  Code:   U.014007.B5622 Apply Now

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Band 5 Speech and Language Therapist
  • Location: Doddington, March , Cambridgeshire
  • Type: Locum
  • Job #5597

Job Title:  Neuro Speech and Language Therapist Area:  Cambridgeshire  Salary: £negotiable  Job Type: Locum Contract length: Ongoing        Job details:   Code:   U.014007.B5597   Apply Now

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Band 5/6 Occupational Therapist
  • Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
  • Type: Locum
  • Job #5361

Job Title:  RMN (or RGN with MH experience, SW or OT) – Band 5/6 Area:  Cambridgeshire NHS Salary:  £negotiable   Job Type:  Locum Contract length:  Ongoing                      Job details:  To start asap. Mental Health clinician either RN (prefer RMN but would consider RGN if experience in mental health). OR Occupational Therapist. To work in community as […]

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Physiotherapist
  • Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
  • Type: Locum
  • Job #5331

Job Title:  Senior Physiotherapist  (multiple shifts) Area:  Cambridgeshire Private Salary:  £negotiable    Job Type:  Locum Contract length:  Ongoing                          Job details:  To cover vacancy. Experienced inpatient physio for busy orthopedic ward. Code: U. 1001508313519604 and1001508313519666.016006.B5331 Apply Now

Apply
Physiotherapist
  • Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
  • Type: Locum
  • Job #5302

Job Title:  Senior Physiotherapist  (multiple shifts) Area:  Cambridgeshire Private Salary:  £negotiable    Job Type:  Locum Contract length:  Ongoing                           Job details:  To cover vacancy. Experienced inpatient physio for busy orthopaedic ward. Code:  U. 1001508313519552. 1001508313519854 .013006.B5302 Apply Now

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Band 6 Occupational Therapist
  • Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
  • Type: Locum
  • Job #5189

Job Title:  Mental Health Practitioner (Occupational Therapist, Nurse or SW) – Band 6 Area:  Cambridgeshire NHS Salary:  £negotiable   Job Type:  Locum Contract length:  Ongoing                      Job details:  To work as a mental health practitioner as part of the PDCS duty team. The duty support is available to all clients on our treatment waiting list and […]

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