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Current Vacancies

Failsafe & Administration Assistant

Location: West Sussex DESP

Salary: £20,330 - £21,777 pro-rata

Closing Date: 18th January 2022

Description:

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a 22.5 hour Band 3 Failsafe & Administration assistant within the West Sussex Diabetic Eye Screening Programme based at Worthing Hospital.

Main duties of the job

As a Failsafe & Administration Assistant, you will be responsible for booking appointments for patients, adhering to the National Screening Programme guidance.

The duties will include dealing with a busy telephone line answering patient and other healthcare professional queries, booking appointments, rescheduling appointments and managing the workload and administrative tasks required following attendance.

The post holder will be expected to have excellent communication and organisational skills, the ability to prioritise their workload, a caring disposition and degree of flexibility are critical to the success within this role.

In order for your application to be successfully processed we will require references from your current and previous employer(s). Please ensure that the reference section of your application is completed appropriately giving the address, telephone number and work email address of each of your current and previous line manager(s). If this section is not fully completed your application may not be processed

Please be advised that if a high level of applications are received then the advert will be closed early.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 279-3735599-DEC21

Diabetic Retinal Screener/Grader

Location: West Hertfordshire DESP

Salary: £20,330 - £24,882 (Fixed Term 6 months)

Closing Date: 19th January 2022

Description:

We have a full time post (37.5 hours per week) fixed term contract with a view to extending

West Hertfordshire Diabetic Eye Screening Programme is responsible for providing a photographic eye screening service for the diabetic population of West Hertfordshire (approximately 32,000 patients) to ensure the early detection of sight-threatening diabetic eye disease.

Due to the impact of COVID-19 andincreasing demand, we are looking for 2 self-motivated, dynamic and flexible individuals with excellent communication and organisational skills to join our friendly team as a Screener/Grader.

Previous screening and grading experience and qualification is preferred as successful applicants will run screening clinics on their own and to be able to recognise and grade differing levels of diabetic retinopathy. Unqualified applicants are welcome and will be provided full training to run clinics.

Main duties of the job

The post holder will have the ability to work enthusiastically and effectively in an innovative and conscientious department, providing a high standard of patient care during eye screening clinics. The role entails working at different locations throughout West Hertfordshire.

Successful applicants will be expected to undertake modules of the Diploma for Health Screeners; this is a level 3 qualification (A' level standard) which will require study in your worn time as well as some study in allocated work time.

A full valid driving licence and access to a car to use regularly for business purposes is essential (unless you have a disability as defined by the Equality Act 2010)

In addition to the basic salary, this post attracts a High Cost Area Supplement of 5% of basic salary subject to a minimum payment of £1,066 and a maximum payment of £1,845 per annum (pro rata where applicable).

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 812-21-TF-DRS-03-B

Diabetic Eye Screener/Patient Liaison Officer

Location: Cheshire DESP 

Salary: £18,546 - £21,777 Unqualified start Band 2, Qualified Band 3

Closing Date: 24th January 2022

Description:

The role is a screener/administrator for the Diabetic Retinpopathy Eye Screening Service. This role will be mainly patient facing undertaking screening in a number of screening venues across Cheshire but primarily in Chester.

We envisage that the post holder will complete administration duties from home and therefore must have a suitable home working environment.

Due to Covid-19, whilst screening, the post holder will need to wear a uniform and Personal Protective Equipment and maintain vigorous infection control measures.

Please note, if you are successful and already a qualified diabetic eye screener, you will commence as a Band 3. If you are not a qualified diabetic eye screener, you will commence as a Band 2 and will have to complete the Level 3 Diploma for Health Screeners qualification. Applicants must be hard working and apply themselves to the qualification in order to complete the course in a timely manner.

Hours per week: 15 hours per week worked over 2 days (days to be agreed)

This post is Permanent

Main duties of the job

The post holder will have two roles within the Cheshire Diabetic Eye Screening Programme (DESP). The main role will be to provide a screening service in the community by travelling to screening venues across Cheshire, dilating patient's eyes and taking retinal images using a fundus camera.

When not screening, the post holder will play an active role in helping to improve uptake for the Cheshire DESP. This will involve verbally contacting patients who have not attended a diabetic eye screening appointment to ensure they have received all the appropriate information and that they are aware of the importance of screening as well as answering any questions. The role will also involve establishing if patients have any additional needs which would facilitate their attendance. For example, information may be required in a different format/language. The post holder will also complete administration duties such as reminder calls and filling empty appointment slots.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 209-A-22-3777245

Receptionist

Location: Gloucestershire DESP 

Salary: £18,546 - £19,918 (Fixed Term 12 months)

Closing Date: 25th January 2022

Description:

We are looking for a Receptionist / Administration Assistant to provide an efficient reception service for patients, carers and visitors to the Eye Clinic at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital. The post holder will also provide general administrative support for the team.

The post holder will be the first point of contact for visitors and will liaise with patients and healthcare professionals to ensure that the best possible care is offered.

Main duties of the job

The post holder will be required to maintain the smooth running of the reception area, dealing with enquiries in a calm and sympathetic manner.

They will need telephone experience and keyboard skills to book and rearrange appointments and have excellent attention to detail.

About us

The Eye Clinic is an outpatient department which accommodates clinics for Gloucestershire Diabetic Eye Screening Programme, Ophthalmology, Retinal Research and Optometry.

We work closely together to form a diverse and enthusiastic team.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 318-21-R8217

Retinal Screener/Grader

Location: Cumbria DESP 

Salary: £22,549 - £24,882 

Closing Date: 25th January 2022

Description:

The Cumbria Diabetic Eye Screening Programme screens over 26,000 patients (and increasing) each year in various community and acute locations throughout Cumbria. Screening takes place in GP practices, health centres, community and acute hospitals. Screening is performed in static and mobile sites - transporting mobile screening units throughout the county. The service delivers routine annual screening and digital surveillance (closer monitoring for early sight threatening diabetic retinopathy). Digital surveillance also includes the use of Optical Coherence Tomography imaging and analysis. The role of a Retinal Screener/Primary Grader is a key function of the department, screening patients including taking detailed images of the retina as well as grading these images for diabetic eye disease. The post includes the opportunity to obtain a Level 3 diploma in Health Screening. From commencement of the post until the completion of the diploma, the salary will be based on a reduced rate and increased once the diploma is obtained. The post is based at Ulverston Health Centre, Ulverston.

Requires the ability to be flexible to cover sites throughout Cumbria.Applicants must hold a full valid UK driving licence.

Main duties of the job

To contribute to the efficient and effective management of the Diabetic Retinal Screening Programme. The post holder will provide a service to help prevent the development of blindness through the early detection and treatment of diabetic retinopathy by providing a high quality systematic screening and grading service throughout Cumbria.

If not already obtained, the post requires the candidate to obtain a Level 3 diploma in Health Screening. If not held then from commencement of the post until the completion of the diploma the salary will be based on a reduced rate and increased once the diploma is obtained.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 262-A-21-3759980

Retinal Screening Photographer

Location: The Humber DESP

Salary: £20,330 - £21,777

Closing Date: 27th January 2022

Description:

1 post to work between North and North East Lincolnshire, based primarily in Brigg/Scunthorpe/Grimsby, with occasional travel to Hull and East Riding screening venues.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic, flexible and motivated person to join the Humber Diabetic Eye Screening Programme as a Retinal Screening Photographer. The successful applicant will work with the Diabetic Eye screening team and be responsible for providing visual acuity examinations and digital photography during diabetic eye screening clinics.

Main duties of the job

The successful applicant needs be able to competently administer patient eye drops and perform a visual acuity test in preparing the patient for digital photography. Excellent patient management during clinics is essential to ensure a timely screening process. You will be required to perform digital photography of the patient's retina in a dark environment within an office or mobile unit.

The post holder is required to work towards and complete a Health Screener Diploma in Retinal Screening within 2 years of appointment to post. If you terminate your employment with the Trust during a programme of study, or up to 1 year following completion, you may be required to reimburse the Trust's contribution towards course fees. The final reimbursement figure will be determined after considering the benefits afforded to service to dateThere may be a requirement in future for weekend work/or early evening work. The successful candidate must be able to travel to their base of work, travel expenses are not provided.

Applicants must demonstrate excellent interpersonal, communication and team working skills, together with an ability to prioritise workload and work flexibly under pressure to achieve deadlines. An understanding/experience of the NHS is essential.

The successful candidate must hold a current and full driving license and will be expected to undertake a trust driving assessment.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 356-21-3687602A

Diabetic Eye Screening Team Leader - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Berkshire DESP

Salary: £25,000

Closing Date: 29th January 2022

Description:

InHealth Intelligence has been and continues to be a proud supporter of the Diabetic Eye Screening Programmes (DESP) across NHS England and since 2011, InHealth Intelligence has grown to offer fully managed services across the country. To increase efficiency, we also built our own software system which enables us to adapt and change to meet the requirements our employees to achieve a better user experience.

We do this to ensure early diagnoses' and to reduce diabetes related complications to our patients.

As a Team Leader in our DESP programme, you will be responsible for the delivery of consistently high-quality diabetic eye screening service for patients with diabetes. The post-holder will assist the Programme Manager in supervising the team leaders and retinal screener/graders who will operate in a community based environment.

Key Duties

  • Provide supervision, mentoring, training and where necessary challenge inappropriate behaviour in order to ensure a consistently high-quality diabetic eye screening and grading service is provided by all members of the Programme
  • Assist members of the teams to complete their level 3 Diploma for Health Screeners Qualification and ensure teams are kept informed of development, new policies, procedures and working practices
  • Assist the Programme Manager in the completion and dissemination of the screening and grading schedule including the staff rota
  • Working with the Programme Manager, co-ordinate the input of members of the team to ensure cover is always provided for the screening clinics and grading service
  • Monitor the clinic environments across the Programme area in order that clinical and organisational standards are maintained
  • Contribute to the goals and objectives of the whole Diabetic Eye Screening Programme's Screening and Grading Team and demonstrate team leadership
  • Oversee all compliance carried out by team leaders venue/screeners and assist where required
  • Adopt a ‘problem solving approach' and use your best judgement and analysis in order to identify solutions to challenges in day to day operations
  • Maintain the highest standards of patient care and service delivery

What you will need to succeed in this role

  • Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Diploma or level 3 Diploma for Health Screeners
  • Educated to GCSE Level in Maths and English
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Effective listener
  • Numerate
  • Organisational and training skills
  • Able to organise self and teams and prioritisation of workloads
  • Grader that meets Internal Quality Assurance standards

As we continue to care for our patients, including those who may have COVID-19, the health and wellbeing of our colleagues remains a key priority.

Following the recent Government announcement that it will be compulsory for healthcare staff to have been vaccinated against COVID-19 by 1st April 2022 (medical exemptions may apply), all employees will be required to have received their first COVID-19 vaccination by 3rd February 2022.

We are therefore asking that all new colleagues joining the InHealth Group are vaccinated, or welcome the opportunity to be vaccinated, against COVID-19.

Every potential new member of staff in an eligible role will be asked to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination as part of the pre-employment process. We understand that this information is sensitive personal data and we are committed to complying with data protection guidance.

Before you apply for a vacancy with InHealth, please ensure that you have either been vaccinated or that you are comfortable being vaccinated against COVID-19 and understand that we treat COVID-19 positive patients within some of our healthcare settings.

We recognise that some individuals may have a reason for exemption - each individual exemption case will be considered, and we are very happy to discuss your personal circumstances.

Thank you.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-21-4885

Trainee Retinal Screener - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: EastLeigh DESP

Salary: £12,051 (22.5hrs pw)

Closing Date: 29th January 2022

Description:

InHealth Intelligence are a great company to work for, they make you feel welcome from the very first day and my team are all friendly, welcoming, and eager to help me settle into my role. My role offers something different each day as each patient is unique and there is always something new to learn. Coming mainly from a warehouse background, this role is completely new to me, however the support and assistance given to me by my team has helped to make the transition seamless & pain free and I am really enjoying my time here with IHI.”

Screener/Grader for InHealth Intelligence – Testimonial

Thanks for your initial interest in becoming a Retinal Screener, we appreciate that not many people know what a Retinal Screener is, but hopefully throughout your application process you'll have a better understanding.

So, what is Retinal Screening? Some people with diabetes develop serious complications with their eyes, called diabetic retinopathy. If they don't get this treated properly, it can lead to sight loss. Diabetic eye screening is a test to check for eye problems caused by diabetes. The eye screening test can find eye problems before sight is affected. Pictures are taken of the back of the eyes to check for any changes.

Who are InHealth Intelligence? InHealth Intelligence has been and continues to be a proud supporter of the Diabetic Eye Screening Programmes across NHS England and since 2011, InHealth Intelligence has grown to offer fully managed services across the country. To increase efficiency, we also built our own software system which enables us to adapt and change to meet the requirements our employees to achieve a better user experience.

Who we are looking for?

  • Compassionate individuals who are empathetic towards the requirements of each individual patient
  • Someone who is happy to travel to our screening services in the Eastleigh area
  • Although we will provide full training, we are looking for individuals who are able to take detailed/up close pictures of the eye and remain composed
  • People who consider themselves adaptable and possess the ability to think quickly and resolve problems
  • Flexible in their working week as occasional weekend work is required
  • Those looking for a career in a care profession in their next position
  • Individuals who enjoy working with the public, are caring and have an in built need to help others
  • People who take pride in the level of customer service they offer

Key duties of a Screener

  • Ensure that patients are made to feel welcome and comfortable throughout the screening process
  • Undertake the screening Checklist to ensure the screening environment is safe (for yourself and your patients)
  • Basic maintenance of the camera and equipment to enable the best possible images are taken
  • Safely administer the eye drops (to enlarge pupils), and undertake photographs ensuring correct field of view
  • Identify any patients requiring urgent onward referral at the time of their screening appointment
  • Maintaining a sufficient stock of consumables
  • Grade images twice monthly from the our office to ensure patients are updated promptly on their results

Our Application processes

We're really grateful that you've read this far, hopefully you now have a better understanding of the importance of a screeners job, not to worry if you have any further questions, we'll be able to answer them during the application process.

If this is of interest, please hit apply! If successful, you'll be sent a link in which you'll be asked to carry out a 2-5 minute video interview in which you'll be asked 3 questions. Don't worry if you're a bit nervous about video interviews, we'll bear this in mind when viewing! It may be an idea to have a look over our website prior to help when answering the questions.

As we continue to care for our patients, including those who may have COVID-19, the health and wellbeing of our colleagues remains a key priority.

Following the recent Government announcement that it will be compulsory for healthcare staff to have been vaccinated against COVID-19 by 1st April 2022 (medical exemptions may apply), all employees will be required to have received their first COVID-19 vaccination by 3rd February 2022.

We are therefore asking that all new colleagues joining the InHealth Group are vaccinated, or welcome the opportunity to be vaccinated, against COVID-19.

Every potential new member of staff in an eligible role will be asked to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination as part of the pre-employment process. We understand that this information is sensitive personal data and we are committed to complying with data protection guidance.

Beforeyou apply for a vacancy with InHealth, please ensure that you have either been vaccinated or that you are comfortable being vaccinated against COVID-19 and understand that we treat COVID-19 positive patients within some of our healthcare settings.

We recognise that some individuals may have a reason for exemption - each individual exemption case will be considered, and we are very happy to discuss your personal circumstances.

Thank you.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: j246-A-21-5624

Trainee Retinal Screener - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Wokingham DESP

Salary: £20,085

Closing Date: 29th January 2022

Description:

InHealth Intelligence are a great company to work for, they make you feel welcome from the very first day and my team are all friendly, welcoming, and eager to help me settle into my role. My role offers something different each day as each patient is unique and there is always something new to learn. Coming mainly from a warehouse background, this role is completely new to me, however the support and assistance given to me by my team has helped to make the transition seamless & pain free and I am really enjoying my time here with IHI.”

Screener/Grader for InHealth Intelligence – Testimonial

We're currently recruiting both Retinal Screeners & Retinal Screener Graders. Both are full time positions of 37.5 hours per week paying £20,085 per annum.

Thanks for your initial interest in becoming a Retinal Screener, we appreciate that not many people know what a Retinal Screener is, but hopefully throughout your application process you'll have a better understanding.

So, what is Retinal Screening? Some people with diabetes develop serious complications with their eyes, called diabetic retinopathy. If they don't get this treated properly, it can lead to sight loss. Diabetic eye screening is a test to check for eye problems caused by diabetes. The eye screening test can find eye problems before sight is affected. Pictures are taken of the back of the eyes to check for any changes.

Who are InHealth Intelligence? InHealth Intelligence has been and continues to be a proud supporter of the Diabetic Eye Screening Programmes across NHS England and since 2011, InHealth Intelligence has grown to offer fully managed services across the country. To increase efficiency, we also built our own software system which enables us to adapt and change to meet the requirements our employees to achieve a better user experience.

Who we are looking for?

  • Compassionate individuals who are empathetic towards the requirements of each individual patient
  • Someone who is happy to travel to our screening services around around the Berkshire area (Slough, Reading, Wokingham, Hungerford, Bracknell and Newbury)
  • Although we will provide full training, we are looking for individuals who are able to take detailed/up close pictures of the eye and remain composed
  • People who consider themselves adaptable and possess the ability to think quickly and resolve problems
  • Flexible in their working week as occasional weekend work is required and can commit to completing their Health Screener Diploma
  • Those looking for a career in a care profession in their next position
  • Individuals who enjoy working with the public, are caring and have an in built need to help others
  • People who take pride in the level of customer service they offer

Key duties of a Screener

  • Ensure that patients are made to feel welcome and comfortable throughout the screening process
  • Undertake the screening Checklist to ensure the screening environment is safe (for yourself and your patients)
  • Basic maintenance of the camera and equipment to enable the best possible images are taken
  • Safely administer the eye drops (to enlarge pupils), and undertake photographs ensuring correct field of view
  • Identify any patients requiring urgent onward referral at the time of their screening appointment
  • Maintaining a sufficient stock of consumables
  • Grade images twice monthly from the our office to ensure patients are updated promptly on their results

Our Application processes

We're really grateful that you've read this far, hopefully you now have a better understanding of the importance of a screeners job, not to worry if you have any further questions, we'll be able to answer them during the application process.

If this is of interest, please hit apply! If successful, you'll be sent a link in which you'll be asked to carry out a 2-5 minute video interview in which you'll be asked 3 questions. Don't worry if you're a bit nervous about video interviews, we'll bear this in mind when viewing! It may be an idea to have a look over our website prior to help when answering the questions.

As we continue to care for our patients, including those who may have COVID-19, the health and wellbeing of our colleagues remains a key priority.

Following the recent Government announcement that it will be compulsory for healthcare staff to have been vaccinated against COVID-19 by 1st April 2022 (medical exemptions may apply), all employees will be required to have received their first COVID-19 vaccination by 3rd February 2022.

We are therefore asking that all new colleagues joining the InHealth Group are vaccinated, or welcome the opportunity to be vaccinated, against COVID-19.

Every potential new member of staff in an eligible role will be asked to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination as part of the pre-employment process. We understand that this information is sensitive personal data and we are committed to complying with data protection guidance.

Before you apply for a vacancy with InHealth, please ensure that you have either been vaccinated or that you are comfortable being vaccinated against COVID-19 and understand that we treat COVID-19 positive patients within some of our healthcare settings.

We recognise that some individuals may have a reason for exemption - each individual exemption case will be considered, and we are very happy to discuss your personal circumstances.

Thank you.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-205431A

Trainee Retinal Screener - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Bracknell DESP

Salary: £20,085

Closing Date: 29th January 2022

Description:

InHealth Intelligence are a great company to work for, they make you feel welcome from the very first day and my team are all friendly, welcoming, and eager to help me settle into my role. My role offers something different each day as each patient is unique and there is always something new to learn. Coming mainly from a warehouse background, this role is completely new to me, however the support and assistance given to me by my team has helped to make the transition seamless & pain free and I am really enjoying my time here with IHI.”

Screener/Grader for InHealth Intelligence – Testimonial

We're currently recruiting both Retinal Screeners & Retinal Screener Graders. Both are full time positions of 37.5 hours per week paying £20,085 per annum.

Thanks for your initial interest in becoming a Retinal Screener, we appreciate that not many people know what a Retinal Screener is, but hopefully throughout your application process you'll have a better understanding.

So, what is Retinal Screening? Some people with diabetes develop serious complications with their eyes, called diabetic retinopathy. If they don't get this treated properly, it can lead to sight loss. Diabetic eye screening is a test to check for eye problems caused by diabetes. The eye screening test can find eye problems before sight is affected. Pictures are taken of the back of the eyes to check for any changes.

Who are InHealth Intelligence? InHealth Intelligence has been and continues to be a proud supporter of the Diabetic Eye Screening Programmes across NHS England and since 2011, InHealth Intelligence has grown to offer fully managed services across the country. To increase efficiency, we also built our own software system which enables us to adapt and change to meet the requirements our employees to achieve a better user experience.

Who we are looking for?

  • Compassionate individuals who are empathetic towards the requirements of each individual patient
  • Someone who is happy to travel to our screening services around around the Berkshire area (Slough, Reading, Wokingham, Hungerford, Bracknell and Newbury)
  • Although we will provide full training, we are looking for individuals who are able to take detailed/up close pictures of the eye and remain composed
  • People who consider themselves adaptable and possess the ability to think quickly and resolve problems
  • Flexible in their working week as occasional weekend work is required and can commit to completing their Health Screener Diploma
  • Those looking for a career in a care profession in their next position
  • Individuals who enjoy working with the public, are caring and have an in built need to help others
  • People who take pride in the level of customer service they offer

Key duties of a Screener

  • Ensure that patients are made to feel welcome and comfortable throughout the screening process
  • Undertake the screening Checklist to ensure the screening environment is safe (for yourself and your patients)
  • Basic maintenance of the camera and equipment to enable the best possible images are taken
  • Safely administer the eye drops (to enlarge pupils), and undertake photographs ensuring correct field of view
  • Identify any patients requiring urgent onward referral at the time of their screening appointment
  • Maintaining a sufficient stock of consumables
  • Grade images twice monthly from the our office to ensure patients are updated promptly on their results

Our Application processes

We're really grateful that you've read this far, hopefully you now have a better understanding of the importance of a screeners job, not to worry if you have any further questions, we'll be able to answer them during the application process.

If this is of interest, please hit apply! If successful, you'll be sent a link in which you'll be asked to carry out a 2-5 minute video interview in which you'll be asked 3 questions. Don't worry if you're a bit nervous about video interviews, we'll bear this in mind when viewing! It may be an idea to have a look over our website prior to help when answering the questions.

As we continue to care for our patients, including those who may have COVID-19, the health and wellbeing of our colleagues remains a key priority.

Following the recent Government announcement that it will be compulsory for healthcare staff to have been vaccinated against COVID-19 by 1st April 2022 (medical exemptions may apply), all employees will be required to have received their first COVID-19 vaccination by 3rd February 2022.

We are therefore asking that all new colleagues joining the InHealth Group are vaccinated, or welcome the opportunity to be vaccinated, against COVID-19.

Every potential new member of staff in an eligible role will be asked to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination as part of the pre-employment process. We understand that this information is sensitive personal data and we are committed to complying with data protection guidance.

Before you apply for a vacancy with InHealth, please ensure that you have either been vaccinated or that you are comfortable being vaccinated against COVID-19 and understand that we treat COVID-19 positive patients within some of our healthcare settings.

We recognise that some individuals may have a reason for exemption - each individual exemption case will be considered, and we are very happy to discuss your personal circumstances.

Thank you.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-5431B

Trainee Retinal Screener - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Slough DESP

Salary: £20,085

Closing Date: 29th January 2022

Description:

InHealth Intelligence are a great company to work for, they make you feel welcome from the very first day and my team are all friendly, welcoming, and eager to help me settle into my role. My role offers something different each day as each patient is unique and there is always something new to learn. Coming mainly from a warehouse background, this role is completely new to me, however the support and assistance given to me by my team has helped to make the transition seamless & pain free and I am really enjoying my time here with IHI.”

Screener/Grader for InHealth Intelligence – Testimonial

We're currently recruiting both Retinal Screeners & Retinal Screener Graders. Both are full time positions of 37.5 hours per week paying £20,085 per annum.

Thanks for your initial interest in becoming a Retinal Screener, we appreciate that not many people know what a Retinal Screener is, but hopefully throughout your application process you'll have a better understanding.

So, what is Retinal Screening? Some people with diabetes develop serious complications with their eyes, called diabetic retinopathy. If they don't get this treated properly, it can lead to sight loss. Diabetic eye screening is a test to check for eye problems caused by diabetes. The eye screening test can find eye problems before sight is affected. Pictures are taken of the back of the eyes to check for any changes.

Who are InHealth Intelligence? InHealth Intelligence has been and continues to be a proud supporter of the Diabetic Eye Screening Programmes across NHS England and since 2011, InHealth Intelligence has grown to offer fully managed services across the country. To increase efficiency, we also built our own software system which enables us to adapt and change to meet the requirements our employees to achieve a better user experience.

Who we are looking for?

  • Compassionate individuals who are empathetic towards the requirements of each individual patient
  • Someone who is happy to travel to our screening services around around the Berkshire area (Slough, Reading, Wokingham, Hungerford, Bracknell and Newbury)
  • Although we will provide full training, we are looking for individuals who are able to take detailed/up close pictures of the eye and remain composed
  • People who consider themselves adaptable and possess the ability to think quickly and resolve problems
  • Flexible in their working week as occasional weekend work is required and can commit to completing their Health Screener Diploma
  • Those looking for a career in a care profession in their next position
  • Individuals who enjoy working with the public, are caring and have an in built need to help others
  • People who take pride in the level of customer service they offer

Key duties of a Screener

  • Ensure that patients are made to feel welcome and comfortable throughout the screening process
  • Undertake the screening Checklist to ensure the screening environment is safe (for yourself and your patients)
  • Basic maintenance of the camera and equipment to enable the best possible images are taken
  • Safely administer the eye drops (to enlarge pupils), and undertake photographs ensuring correct field of view
  • Identify any patients requiring urgent onward referral at the time of their screening appointment
  • Maintaining a sufficient stock of consumables
  • Grade images twice monthly from the our office to ensure patients are updated promptly on their results

Our Application processes

We're really grateful that you've read this far, hopefully you now have a better understanding of the importance of a screeners job, not to worry if you have any further questions, we'll be able to answer them during the application process.

If this is of interest, please hit apply! If successful, you'll be sent a link in which you'll be asked to carry out a 2-5 minute video interview in which you'll be asked 3 questions. Don't worry if you're a bit nervous about video interviews, we'll bear this in mind when viewing! It may be an idea to have a look over our website prior to help when answering the questions.

As we continue to care for our patients, including those who may have COVID-19, the health and wellbeing of our colleagues remains a key priority.

Following the recent Government announcement that it will be compulsory for healthcare staff to have been vaccinated against COVID-19 by 1st April 2022 (medical exemptions may apply), all employees will be required to have received their first COVID-19 vaccination by 3rd February 2022.

We are therefore asking that all new colleagues joining the InHealth Group are vaccinated, or welcome the opportunity to be vaccinated, against COVID-19.

Every potential new member of staff in an eligible role will be asked to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination as part of the pre-employment process. We understand that this information is sensitive personal data and we are committed to complying with data protection guidance.

Before you apply for a vacancy with InHealth, please ensure that you have either been vaccinated or that you are comfortable being vaccinated against COVID-19 and understand that we treat COVID-19 positive patients within some of our healthcare settings.

We recognise that some individuals may have a reason for exemption - each individual exemption case will be considered, and we are very happy to discuss your personal circumstances.

Thank you.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-5431

Slit Lamp Examiner - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: North West London DESP

Salary: £40,000 - £45,000

Closing Date: 29th January 2022

Description:

This is a full or part time position based in North West London paying £40,000 - £45,000 FTE!

For over 15 years, InHealth Intelligence has been and continues to be a proud supporter of the Diabetic Eye Screening Programmes across NHS England. Since 2004 InHealth Intelligence has grown to offer fully managed services in East Anglia, Essex, North West London, Hampshire, Dorset, Berkshire, Devon, Manchester, Kent and Bristol, North Summerset and Gloucestershire, and to increase efficiency, we built our own software system!

Due to our growth, we are looking for an experienced screener/grader, optometrist or ophthalmologist who has experience with Slit Lamp Bio-Microscopy to offer services to patients who are unable to have their retina screened by our standard Canon Equipment and to train colleagues to ensure we are operating at best practice.

Duties

  • Maintain the highest standards of patient care and service delivery as well as maintaining fully compliant with the Data Protection Act
  • Manage clinics in a variety of community-based settings
  • Where applicable, identify risks to patient wellbeing and report immediately to the Programme Manager
  • Identify any patients requiring urgent referral at the time of their appointment
  • Provide first, second, arbitration, Digital Surveillance and Referral Outcome Grading
  • Maintain sufficient stocks of consumables and of the prescribed medication
  • Read, understand and follow all the Retinal Screening Protocols concerned with the screening and grading of patients
  • Ensure all complaints, comments and compliments received, are logged and forwarded to the Programme Manager
  • Attend and fully participate in meetings regarding training, quality assurance, annual Personal Development Reviews
  • Complete all mandatory training e.g. First Aid, Information Governance
  • Undertake a minimum 100 SLBE grades per annum as per National Guidance; minimum 500/1000 digital grading per annum and carry out the on-line EQA grading tests each month.

To succeed in this role, you will

  • Be compassionate and empathic towards the requirements of each individual patient
  • Possess the ability to think quickly and resolve problems
  • Be flexible and willing to operate out of multiple community sites and work some weekends
  • Committed to on-going personal development by keeping up to date with mandatory training
  • Have a minimum of 12 months experience of using slit lamps in diabetic clinics
  • Ideally have completed your Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Diploma or Level 3 Diploma for Health Screeners

As we continue to care for our patients, including those who may have COVID-19, the health and wellbeing of our colleagues remains a key priority.

Following the recent Government announcement that it will be compulsory for healthcare staff to have been vaccinated against COVID-19 by 1st April 2022 (medical exemptions may apply), all employees will be required to have received their first COVID-19 vaccination by 3rd February 2022.

We are therefore asking that all new colleagues joining the InHealth Group are vaccinated, or welcome the opportunity to be vaccinated, against COVID-19.

Every potential new member of staff in an eligible role will be asked to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination as part of the pre-employment process. We understand that this information is sensitive personal data and we are committed to complying with data protection guidance.

Before you apply for a vacancy with InHealth, please ensure that you have either been vaccinated or that you are comfortable being vaccinated against COVID-19 and understand that we treat COVID-19 positive patients within some of our healthcare settings.

We recognise that some individuals may have a reason for exemption - each individual exemption case will be considered, and we are very happy to discuss your personal circumstances.

Thank you.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-5871

Slit Lamp Examiner - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Ipswich DESP

Salary: £40,000 - £45,000

Closing Date: 29th January 2022

Description:

This is a full or part time position based in East Anglia paying £40,000 - £45,000 FTE!

For over 15 years, InHealth Intelligence has been and continues to be a proud supporter of the Diabetic Eye Screening Programmes across NHS England. Since 2004 InHealth Intelligence has grown to offer fully managed services in East Anglia, Essex, North West London, Hampshire, Dorset, Berkshire, Devon, Manchester, Kent and Bristol, North Summerset and Gloucestershire, and to increase efficiency, we built our own software system!

Due to our growth, we are looking for an experienced screener/grader, optometrist or ophthalmologist who has experience with Slit Lamp Bio-Microscopy to offer services to patients who are unable to have their retina screened by our standard Canon Equipment and to train colleagues to ensure we are operating at best practice.

Duties

  • Maintain the highest standards of patient care and service delivery as well as maintaining fully compliant with the Data Protection Act
  • Manage clinics in a variety of community-based settings
  • Where applicable, identify risks to patient wellbeing and report immediately to the Programme Manager
  • Identify any patients requiring urgent referral at the time of their appointment
  • Provide first, second, arbitration, Digital Surveillance and Referral Outcome Grading
  • Maintain sufficient stocks of consumables and of the prescribed medication
  • Read, understand and follow all the Retinal Screening Protocols concerned with the screening and grading of patients
  • Ensure all complaints, comments and compliments received, are logged and forwarded to the Programme Manager
  • Attend and fully participate in meetings regarding training, quality assurance, annual Personal Development Reviews
  • Complete all mandatory training e.g. First Aid, Information Governance
  • Undertake a minimum 100 SLBE grades per annum as per National Guidance; minimum 500/1000 digital grading per annum and carry out the on-line EQA grading tests each month.

To succeed in this role, you will

  • Be compassionate and empathic towards the requirements of each individual patient
  • Possess the ability to think quickly and resolve problems
  • Be flexible and willing to operate out of multiple community sites and work some weekends
  • Committed to on-going personal development by keeping up to date with mandatory training
  • Have a minimum of 12 months experience of using slit lamps in diabetic clinics
  • Ideally have completed your Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Diploma or Level 3 Diploma for Health Screeners

As we continue to care for our patients, including those who may have COVID-19, the health and wellbeing of our colleagues remains a key priority.

Following the recent Government announcement that it will be compulsory for healthcare staff to have been vaccinated against COVID-19 by 1st April 2022 (medical exemptions may apply), all employees will be required to have received their first COVID-19 vaccination by 3rd February 2022.

We are therefore asking that all new colleagues joining the InHealth Group are vaccinated, or welcome the opportunity to be vaccinated, against COVID-19.

Every potential new member of staff in an eligible role will be asked to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination as part of the pre-employment process. We understand that this information is sensitive personal data and we are committed to complying with data protection guidance.

Before you apply for a vacancy with InHealth, please ensure that you have either been vaccinated or that you are comfortable being vaccinated against COVID-19 and understand that we treat COVID-19 positive patients within some of our healthcare settings.

We recognise that some individuals may have a reason for exemption - each individual exemption case will be considered, and we are very happy to discuss your personal circumstances.

Thank you.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-5264

Slit Lamp Examiner - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Cambridge DESP

Salary: £40,000 - £45,000

Closing Date: 29th January 2022

Description:

This is a full or part time position based in East Anglia paying £40,000 - £45,000 FTE!

For over 15 years, InHealth Intelligence has been and continues to be a proud supporter of the Diabetic Eye Screening Programmes across NHS England. Since 2004 InHealth Intelligence has grown to offer fully managed services in East Anglia, Essex, North West London, Hampshire, Dorset, Berkshire, Devon, Manchester, Kent and Bristol, North Summerset and Gloucestershire, and to increase efficiency, we built our own software system!

Due to our growth, we are looking for an experienced screener/grader, optometrist or ophthalmologist who has experience with Slit Lamp Bio-Microscopy to offer services to patients who are unable to have their retina screened by our standard Canon Equipment and to train colleagues to ensure we are operating at best practice.

Duties

  • Maintain the highest standards of patient care and service delivery as well as maintaining fully compliant with the Data Protection Act
  • Manage clinics in a variety of community-based settings
  • Where applicable, identify risks to patient wellbeing and report immediately to the Programme Manager
  • Identify any patients requiring urgent referral at the time of their appointment
  • Provide first, second, arbitration, Digital Surveillance and Referral Outcome Grading
  • Maintain sufficient stocks of consumables and of the prescribed medication
  • Read, understand and follow all the Retinal Screening Protocols concerned with the screening and grading of patients
  • Ensure all complaints, comments and compliments received, are logged and forwarded to the Programme Manager
  • Attend and fully participate in meetings regarding training, quality assurance, annual Personal Development Reviews
  • Complete all mandatory training e.g. First Aid, Information Governance
  • Undertake a minimum 100 SLBE grades per annum as per National Guidance; minimum 500/1000 digital grading per annum and carry out the on-line EQA grading tests each month.

To succeed in this role, you will

  • Be compassionate and empathic towards the requirements of each individual patient
  • Possess the ability to think quickly and resolve problems
  • Be flexible and willing to operate out of multiple community sites and work some weekends
  • Committed to on-going personal development by keeping up to date with mandatory training
  • Have a minimum of 12 months experience of using slit lamps in diabetic clinics
  • Ideally have completed your Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Diploma or Level 3 Diploma for Health Screeners

As we continue to care for our patients, including those who may have COVID-19, the health and wellbeing of our colleagues remains a key priority.

Following the recent Government announcement that it will be compulsory for healthcare staff to have been vaccinated against COVID-19 by 1st April 2022 (medical exemptions may apply), all employees will be required to have received their first COVID-19 vaccination by 3rd February 2022.

We are therefore asking that all new colleagues joining the InHealth Group are vaccinated, or welcome the opportunity to be vaccinated, against COVID-19.

Every potential new member of staff in an eligible role will be asked to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination as part of the pre-employment process. We understand that this information is sensitive personal data and we are committed to complying with data protection guidance.

Before you apply for a vacancy with InHealth, please ensure that you have either been vaccinated or that you are comfortable being vaccinated against COVID-19 and understand that we treat COVID-19 positive patients within some of our healthcare settings.

We recognise that some individuals may have a reason for exemption - each individual exemption case will be considered, and we are very happy to discuss your personal circumstances.

Thank you.

To aply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-5264A

Slit Lamp Examiner - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Bury St Edmonds DESP

Salary: £40,000 - £45,000

Closing Date: 29th January 2022

Description:

This is a full or part time position based in East Anglia paying £40,000 - £45,000 FTE!

For over 15 years, InHealth Intelligence has been and continues to be a proud supporter of the Diabetic Eye Screening Programmes across NHS England. Since 2004 InHealth Intelligence has grown to offer fully managed services in East Anglia, Essex, North West London, Hampshire, Dorset, Berkshire, Devon, Manchester, Kent and Bristol, North Summerset and Gloucestershire, and to increase efficiency, we built our own software system!

Due to our growth, we are looking for an experienced screener/grader, optometrist or ophthalmologist who has experience with Slit Lamp Bio-Microscopy to offer services to patients who are unable to have their retina screened by our standard Canon Equipment and to train colleagues to ensure we are operating at best practice.

Duties

  • Maintain the highest standards of patient care and service delivery as well as maintaining fully compliant with the Data Protection Act
  • Manage clinics in a variety of community-based settings
  • Where applicable, identify risks to patient wellbeing and report immediately to the Programme Manager
  • Identify any patients requiring urgent referral at the time of their appointment
  • Provide first, second, arbitration, Digital Surveillance and Referral Outcome Grading
  • Maintain sufficient stocks of consumables and of the prescribed medication
  • Read, understand and follow all the Retinal Screening Protocols concerned with the screening and grading of patients
  • Ensure all complaints, comments and compliments received, are logged and forwarded to the Programme Manager
  • Attend and fully participate in meetings regarding training, quality assurance, annual Personal Development Reviews
  • Complete all mandatory training e.g. First Aid, Information Governance
  • Undertake a minimum 100 SLBE grades per annum as per National Guidance; minimum 500/1000 digital grading per annum and carry out the on-line EQA grading tests each month.

To succeed in this role, you will

  • Be compassionate and empathic towards the requirements of each individual patient
  • Possess the ability to think quickly and resolve problems
  • Be flexible and willing to operate out of multiple community sites and work some weekends
  • Committed to on-going personal development by keeping up to date with mandatory training
  • Have a minimum of 12 months experience of using slit lamps in diabetic clinics
  • Ideally have completed your Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Diploma or Level 3 Diploma for Health Screeners

As we continue to care for our patients, including those who may have COVID-19, the health and wellbeing of our colleagues remains a key priority.

Following the recent Government announcement that it will be compulsory for healthcare staff to have been vaccinated against COVID-19 by 1st April 2022 (medical exemptions may apply), all employees will be required to have received their first COVID-19 vaccination by 3rd February 2022.

We are therefore asking that all new colleagues joining the InHealth Group are vaccinated, or welcome the opportunity to be vaccinated, against COVID-19.

Every potential new member of staff in an eligible role will be asked to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination as part of the pre-employment process. We understand that this information is sensitive personal data and we are committed to complying with data protection guidance.

Before you apply for a vacancy with InHealth, please ensure that you have either been vaccinated or that you are comfortable being vaccinated against COVID-19 and understand that we treat COVID-19 positive patients within some of our healthcare settings.

We recognise that some individuals may have a reason for exemption - each individual exemption case will be considered, and we are very happy to discuss your personal circumstances.

Thank you.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-5264B

Slit Lamp Examiner - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Essex DESP

Salary: £40,000 - £45,000

Closing Date: 29th January 2022

Description:

This is a full or part time position based in East Anglia paying £40,000 - £45,000 FTE!

For over 15 years, InHealth Intelligence has been and continues to be a proud supporter of the Diabetic Eye Screening Programmes across NHS England. Since 2004 InHealth Intelligence has grown to offer fully managed services in East Anglia, Essex, North West London, Hampshire, Dorset, Berkshire, Devon, Manchester, Kent and Bristol, North Summerset and Gloucestershire, and to increase efficiency, we built our own software system!

Due to our growth, we are looking for an experienced screener/grader, optometrist or ophthalmologist who has experience with Slit Lamp Bio-Microscopy to offer services to patients who are unable to have their retina screened by our standard Canon Equipment and to train colleagues to ensure we are operating at best practice.

Duties

  • Maintain the highest standards of patient care and service delivery as well as maintaining fully compliant with the Data Protection Act
  • Manage clinics in a variety of community-based settings
  • Where applicable, identify risks to patient wellbeing and report immediately to the Programme Manager
  • Identify any patients requiring urgent referral at the time of their appointment
  • Provide first, second, arbitration, Digital Surveillance and Referral Outcome Grading
  • Maintain sufficient stocks of consumables and of the prescribed medication
  • Read, understand and follow all the Retinal Screening Protocols concerned with the screening and grading of patients
  • Ensure all complaints, comments and compliments received, are logged and forwarded to the Programme Manager
  • Attend and fully participate in meetings regarding training, quality assurance, annual Personal Development Reviews
  • Complete all mandatory training e.g. First Aid, Information Governance
  • Undertake a minimum 100 SLBE grades per annum as per National Guidance; minimum 500/1000 digital grading per annum and carry out the on-line EQA grading tests each month.

To succeed in this role, you will

  • Be compassionate and empathic towards the requirements of each individual patient
  • Possess the ability to think quickly and resolve problems
  • Be flexible and willing to operate out of multiple community sites and work some weekends
  • Committed to on-going personal development by keeping up to date with mandatory training
  • Have a minimum of 12 months experience of using slit lamps in diabetic clinics
  • Ideally have completed your Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Diploma or Level 3 Diploma for Health Screeners

As we continue to care for our patients, including those who may have COVID-19, the health and wellbeing of our colleagues remains a key priority.

Following the recent Government announcement that it will be compulsory for healthcare staff to have been vaccinated against COVID-19 by 1st April 2022 (medical exemptions may apply), all employees will be required to have received their first COVID-19 vaccination by 3rd February 2022.

We are therefore asking that all new colleagues joining the InHealth Group are vaccinated, or welcome the opportunity to be vaccinated, against COVID-19.

Every potential new member of staff in an eligible role will be asked to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination as part of the pre-employment process. We understand that this information is sensitive personal data and we are committed to complying with data protection guidance.

Before you apply for a vacancy with InHealth, please ensure that you have either been vaccinated or that you are comfortable being vaccinated against COVID-19 and understand that we treat COVID-19 positive patients within some of our healthcare settings.

We recognise that some individuals may have a reason for exemption - each individual exemption case will be considered, and we are very happy to discuss your personal circumstances.

Thank you.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-5264C

Administrator - Communications & Engagement - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Exeter

Salary: £9424 (18.5hrs pw)

Closing Date: 29th January 2022

Description:

This is a part-time position of 18.5 hours per week paying £9242 based in Exeter!

InHealth Intelligence has been and continues to be a proud supporter of the Diabetic Eye Screening Programmes across NHS England and since 2011, InHealth Intelligence has grown to offer fully managed services across the country. To increase efficiency, we also built our own software system which enables us to adapt and change to meet the requirements our employees to achieve a better user experience.

We're currently recruiting a Communications Officer to be responsible for communications, promotions and stakeholder/community engagement activities and feedback to ensure good coverage, uptake and participation including in respect of hard to reach groups and that the Programme is fully integrated across the entire patient pathway; two-way discussions take place; views are heard and acted upon and that close collaborative relationships are formed.

Key duties

  • To assist the Stakeholder and Quality Assurance Manager in the development and implementation of communication, promotional NHS and professional stakeholders engagement activities including (not exclusively) with CCGs; LMCs; Local Authority Directors of Public Health and their teams; GP Practices; Hospital Eye services, Maternity, Paediatrics and Diabetology; that will gather intelligence and insight to ensure effective interface/integration, information dissemination/transfer and working relationships to the benefits of patient experience and safety
  • To obtain patient, user/carer and professional intelligence and insight through effective patient, carer and professional engagement including though the implementation Patient, Partner, Stakeholder, User forums and patient engagement structures/forums
  • To implement, co-ordinate and arrange the professional and patient engagement structures/forums required to support effective engagement in the Programme including partner forums, stakeholder forums, service user forums and local learning disability support
  • With a specific focus on the hard to reach groups including those with learning disabilities, minority communities; patients within areas of greater deprivation and non-responders; assist the Stakeholder & Quality Assurance Manager in the implementation of appropriate consultation activities
  • To undertake and report on patient satisfaction and other experience surveys as per Policies
  • Provide expertise to the Programme on the cultural, language, ethnic and faith issues that may be impacting on attendance and non-responders

Experience and qualifications

  • Experience of working within the diverse communities served
  • Awareness of general and cultural issues as they relate to Hard to Reach/Faith groups
  • Awareness of the linguistic and cultural backgrounds of targeted groups
  • Quantitative and Qualitative research methods and statistics
  • Training/experience of Marketing and/or public Communication/ stakeholder engagement

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-22-6034

Ophthalmology Failsafe Officer

Location: Chesterfield Royal Hospital

Salary: £20,330 - £21,777 (Fixed Term 12 months)

Closing Date: 1st February 2022

Description:

The Ophthalmology Department aims to provide robust, high quality failsafe systems in order to support the Diabetic Screening Service, the Age Related Macular Degeneration Service and general retinal services. We are now extending our failsafe provision to cover glaucoma services.

As this is a new failsafe provision initially we intend to trial the post for one year to test the failsafe processes, monitor effectiveness and evaluate the position.

The above services are extremely complex and we are seeking an enthusiastic organised individual who can provide excellent levels of clinical administrative / co-ordination in terms of patients' referred into the hospital eye services from primary care and organise timely treatments, diagnostic investigations and follow-up appointments for patients already on specialist pathways of care. This is crucial in order to optimize the individual patient's visual outcome, ensuring quality care and clinical safety.

Main duties of the job

You will be educated to GCSE level (or equivalent) in English and Maths.

If applicants do not already possess the screening qualification, should the position be made permanent after one year you will be expected to complete NVQ level 3 in retinal screening unit's 1,2 & 9.

You must have the ability to communicate effectively at all levels and work well as part of a team or autonomously. Excellent prioritisation and organisational skills are essential requirements of this post together with previous database management and good levels of IT knowledge.

Within our directorate we believe that supported learning and the development of our staff is the key to our success and yours. A development programme will be available to the successful candidate ensuring personal and professional growth in the new role.

This post will require Criminal Records Bureau disclosure.

For informal enquiries please contact:

Suzanne Brice, Clinical Manager (ext. 2433) or bleep 655 via switchboard / Jodie Longmate Retinopathy Team Leader (ext.6250)

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 166-SS-3565545-A

 
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