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Are you passionate about Podiatry? Would you like to work for one of the top 10 NHS Community trusts whose vision is to be the best local healthcare provider and a great place to work? Derbyshire Community Health Services Podiatry Team wants to hear from you!
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced, enthusiastic Band 7, Highly Specialised Podiatrist in Diabetes to work as part of the Derby City, South Derbyshire, Erewash and Amber Valley podiatry team providing services to UHDB as part of an SLA. The post is full time and involves work as part of an MDT and follow up of foot clinic patients out in community. It also involves treatment of high risk patients in the community There is an opportunity to job share.
As well as direct patient care and treatment planning for patients with complex needs you will be responsible for developing and mentoring podiatry colleagues.
We are committed to the support and development of our team and you will work alongside an experienced and supportive group of Podiatry Colleagues and Team Leads.
The post will require flexibility and ability to work across sites and teams according to service needs and therefore transport will be essential.
What can DCHS Podiatry offer you?
For a more detailed job description, to check if you have the skills and experience we are looking for and to APPLY to be part of our team search for us on NHS Jobs.
Our purpose is to provide community health services to a patient population of over one million people in Derbyshire and Derby, as part of Joined Up Care Derbyshire.
We employ around 4,200 substantive staff, caring for patients in 11 community hospitals and more than 30 health centres, as well as in clinics, GP practices, schools, care homes and, increasingly, in people’s own homes and via virtual consultations.
During the pandemic response we have led the implementation of public vaccination centres in collaboration with partners across health and social care.
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To be part of a highly motivated team, providing a high standard of clinical care in highly specialised areas and having at least three years post NHS registration.
To act as a clinical lead in diabetes providing specialist podiatry advice to the Community Podiatry Team and professionals in other fields.
To be responsible for the planning and management of complex and specialised caseloads
involving the implementation and co-ordination of highly specialised treatment regimes. This will involve integrated care within the community, diabetic foot clinic and on the wards and attend MDT meetings when required.
As part of the Podiatry Team and Wider Trust, contribute to the development and adhere to the Podiatry Department and Trusts' policies, strategies and objectives.
To be involved in audit duties as planned by the team.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
Applications from job seekers who require sponsorship to work in the United Kingdom (UK) are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications. Please note that from January 2021, to work in the UK all candidates who are not UK or Republic of Ireland (RoI) nationals require sponsorship unless you have permission to work via another route. Non UK / RoI candidates wishing to apply can self-assess the likelihood of obtaining a Certificate of Sponsorship here. It is vital that you provide full and accurate details of your current immigration status on the application form. Overseas applicants applying for entry clearance into the UK must present a criminal record certificate from each country they have resided in continuously or cumulatively for 12 months or more in the past 10 years. Guidance can be found here. Not everyone needs a ‘Skilled Worker’ visa. If you are applying for a vacancy in health or adult social care, check if you’re eligible to apply for the Health and Care Worker visa instead. It’s cheaper to apply for and you do not need to pay the annual immigration health surcharge
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2020 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.