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Current Vacancies

Diabetes Screener - NPS Care

Location: Arden, Herefordshire and Worcestershire DESP

Salary: £19,737 - £21,142

Closing Date: 31st October

Description:

An opportunity to join the Arden, Herefordshire and Worcestershire Diabetic Eye Screening has arisen for a new diabetic retinopathy screener within our Worcestershire team.

Our screeners are at the heart of NPS Care, spending their time on the ground, helping our patients to live longer healthier lives. As one of our screeners you'll run local clinics to see our patients and photograph their eyes to assess for diabetic retinopathy. We'll need you to be empathetic and able to talk to patients about their images on a daily basis. In this role, you'll be supported whilst undertaking your training, but once that's completed will be working largely unsupervised in a pressured environment, so a cool head is essential! All in all, we want you to be customer and people focused, caring about our patients and being passionate about delivering an exceptional service at all times.

This role will be based out of our Worcester office, however we will be looking for someone to cover clinics within the Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Warwickshire where necessary, using our mobile camera and company vehicles. Where possible, we'll try and keep you in clinics close to where you live, however there may be the need for you to travel further afield, so a full UK driving licence and flexibility is essential.

Our team

Working with other screeners, you'll be mentored and supported by our screener/graders and team leaders, to ensure you understand and learn everything you need to deliver an exceptional service to our patients.

Who you'll be

We want to make sure you are set for success; This isn't all about your skills and that is why we would love to talk to you even if perhaps you don't fit all the below.

  • Customer focused with brilliant interpersonal skills
  • willingness to learn - as we'll put you through the necessary qualification
  • organised and able to prioritise tasks
  • good problem-solving skills
  • able to work under pressure
  • any previous experience working with the public is ideal
  • minimum of 5 GCSEs including grades A-C in English, Maths and a Science subject or equivalent
  • a full driving licence and preferably your own transport (clinic times can vary and early morning collection of equipment is occasionally involved in the role, which cannot always be facilitated with local public transport)

Who we are

We're the UK leader in connected healthcare software and services. Our solutions are widely used across every major UK healthcare setting, from primary and community care to high street pharmacies, secondary care and specialist services.

NPS Care's mission, vision and values are to provide a patient-centric service that aims to improve the health and well-being of the patients we serve by working to achieve excellence in service delivery. It is our view that this ethical consideration for our patients has made our company the success it is today.

By focusing on the needs of the patient we create bespoke solutions to meet the demands of those we serve. We tailor all service provision according to the locality and patient needs, as well as to nationally set guidelines.

If you think you have the skills we're looking for to strengthen our team we'd love to hear from you.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J112-A-20-3304

Failsafe Officer - NPS Care

Location: Worcester

Salary: £19,737 - £21,142 pro rata 

Closing Date: 1st November

Description:

Who we are

Working with government agencies and hospitals, our software provides the data and insight for better healthcare decisions. We help deliver health screening programmes across the UK and Ireland, support the world's biggest orthopaedic registry and digitise millions of patient records each year.

About the role

Our failsafe officers are at the heart of NPS Care, spending their time making sure that all patients eligible for diabetic eye screening programme are seen on time. As one of our failsafe officers you`ll track patients throughout the care pathway to make sure this is done, using your keen eye to detail to carry out ongoing audits to make sure policies and procedures are in place in line with compliance. Whilst tracking the patients, you`ll work closely with GP practices and other stakeholders involved in patient care, providing regular patient information which could be about referrals and patients that have been discharged from the programme.

Please note this vacancy is for Mon, Tues and Friday

Our team

Working with other failsafe officers, you`ll be mentored and supported by our failsafe coordinator, team leader, programme manager and clinical lead, to ensure you understand and learn everything you need to deliver an exceptional service to our patients.

Who you`ll be

We want to make sure you are set for success, this isn`t all about your skills and that is why we would love to talk to you even if perhaps you don`t fit all of the below.

  • proven experience of working with MS Office, with a track record of using MS Excel to an intermediate level is a must
  • customer focused with brilliant inter personal skills
  • keen eye for detail, with the ability to analyse data and generate reports
  • able to work under pressure when needed
  • any healthcare knowledge such as screening, would be useful
  • organised and able to prioritise tasks
  • good problem-solving skills

If you think you have the skills we`re looking for to strengthen our team we`d love to hear from you.

To apply please visit:http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J112-FS-OFFICER

Diabetes Screener - NPS Care

Location: Surrey DESP (Farnham)

Salary: £19,737 - £21,142

Closing Date: 2nd November

Description:

Who we are

Working with government agencies and hospitals, our software provides the data and insight for better healthcare decisions. We help deliver health screening programmes across the UK and Ireland, support the world's biggest orthopaedic registry and digitise millions of patient records each year.

Our screeners are at the heart of NPS Care, spending their time on the ground, helping our patients to live longer healthier lives.

As one of our screeners you`ll run local clinics to see our patients and photograph their eyes to assess for diabetic retinopathy. We`ll need you to be empathetic and able to talk to patients about their images on a daily basis. In this role, you`ll be supported whilst undertaking your training, but once that`s completed will be working largely unsupervised in a pressured environment, so a cool head is essential! All in all, we want you to be customer and people focused, caring about our patients and being passionate about delivering an exceptional service at all times.

This role will be based across the county of Surrey. Where possible, we`ll try and keep you in clinics close to where you live, however there will be the need for you to travel further afield, so a full UK driving licence and flexibility are essential.

Our team

Working with other screeners, you`ll be mentored and supported by our screener/graders and team leaders, to ensure you understand and learn everything you need to deliver an exceptional service to our patients.

Who you`ll be

We want to make sure you are set for success; This isn`t all about your skills and that is why we would love to talk to you even if perhaps you don`t fit all of the below:

customer focused with brilliant inter-personal skills

willingness to learn - as we`ll put you through the necessary qualification

organised and able to prioritise tasks

good problem-solving skills

able to work well under pressure

any previous experience working with the public is ideal

minimum of 5 GCSEs including grades A-C in English, Maths and a Science subject or equivalent

a full driving licence and your own transport (clinic times can vary and early morning collection of equipment is occasionally involved in the role, which cannot always be facilitated with local public transport)

If you think you have the skills we`re looking for to strengthen our team we`d love to hear from you.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J112-A-20-3299

Clerical Officer/Receptionist - St Paul's

Location: Liverpool DESP

Salary: £18,005 - £19,37 

Closing Date: 5th November

Description:

This is an opportunity to be part of the team of clerical officers who provider valuable support to the Liverpool Diabetic Eye Screening Programme, Clinical Eye Research Centre, St Paul's Eye Unit.

The ideal candidate should be able to work as part of a team and use their own initiative. This is a full-time, permanent post.

The Liverpool Diabetic Eye Screening Programme serves a diabetic population of over 30,000 and the administration team provide a central call/recall service inviting patients for eye screening.

The duties of the post holder will be varied and will include frequent telephone contact with patients, General Practices and ophthalmology staff, therefore good communication and telephone skills are required. To make and re-arrange appointments, this will be achieved through utilisation of a number of software systems. To ensure patients are seen in a timely manner, following failsafe processes and procedures to ensure the programme maximises screening uptake. Will provide reception duties for clinics and therefore will have face to face contact with patients.

The role requires staff to work to deadlines, ensuring the national quality standards are met and be effective and efficient in updating electronic patient administration systems.

Diabetic eye screening or health screening experience or knowledge is an advantage but not essential.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Mrs Stephanie Perrett, Screening Programme Lead

stephanie.perrett@liverpoolft.nhs.uk

Tel: 0151 706 4105

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 287-SCH-328-20

Service Administrator

Location: Greater Nottingham DESP

Salary: £19,737 - £21,142 pro rata

Closing Date: 10th November

Description:

The Greater Nottingham Diabetic Eye Screening Programme (GNDESP) requires a dedicated Service Administrator to assist in the delivery of the Eye Screening Service across the Greater Nottingham Region.

The successful candidate will play a key role in service administration working within a call centre setting and will ensure that people with diabetes who are eligible for diabetic eye screening are offered an annual screening appointment. You will also be responsible for ensuring patients are booked into other pathways within the programme including digital surveillance for closer monitoring and referrals into Hospital Eye Services for sight threatening diabetic retinopathy which may require treatment.

The GNDESP is delivered in line with National quality assurance standards, local policies and procedures. The role requires excellent verbal and written communication with patients, colleagues within the Trust and in primary and secondary care.

The service administrator is responsible for the accurate and timely processing and inputting of information for the Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme. You will liaise with service users to ensure the clerical procedures in the office run to the highest standards.
The administration team are required to be fully competent in all elements and processes of the diabetic eye screening patient pathway and how they are managed, tracked and audited.

The post offers an ideal opportunity for a highly motivated, enthusiastic and meticulous person who aspires to a career within the NHS and to train within a highly regarded Diabetic Eye Screening Programme.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Marc Thorley Programme Manager

marc.thorley@nuh.nhs.uk

Tel: 07812275530

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 164-2703421

Diabetic Eye Screener Grader

Location: Greater Nottingham DESP

Salary: £24,907 - £30,615

Closing Date: 10th November

Description:

We are looking for candidates who are interested in training towards being a Diabetic Retinopathy Screener Grader or are already qualified Screener/Graders.

The training involves completion of a two year diploma and on the job support and training. You will be working from Ropewalk House and will travel to and from healthcare settings within Nottinghamshire including prisons undertaking screening clinics.

Key duties involve preparing the patient for screening, carrying our visual acuity tests, administering eye drops, photograph the retina, and assess the images. Grading of images involves reviewing the images against the national critiera. Tests are carried out in the community and once experienced, Screeners will be lone workers, with support available remotely.

For the trainee post, applicants must be educated to A level standard and be proficient within using a computer and software packages. Previous experience in customer care and in the field of science, healthcare or photography is a must. For the qualified position, applicants must hold the Diploma and have experience of working in the field.

You will be able to work both as part of a team and independently in developing and delivering the programme and must present excellent communication skills within the multidisciplinary team. You will be accountable in carrying out clinical duties associated with the role and are expected to work in line with National Quality Assurance Standards. Applicants must demonstrate excellent planning and organisational skills along with confident decision making and effective problem solving. Effective teamwork is an important element of the role and we encourage you to speak up regarding new ideas and support development. A variety of essential tasks alongside screening and grading will be required including data collection and analysis, liaising with a number of internal and external contacts and involvement in service improvement projects, therefore your enthusiasm for a career in Diabetic Eye Screening must be evident.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Marc Thorley Programme Manager

marc.thorley@nuh.nhs.uk

Tel: 07812275530

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 164-2702590

Failsafe Officer

Location: East Sussex DESP

Salary: £19,737 - £21,142 pro rata (Part Time)

Closing Date: 12th November

Description:

The East Sussex NHS Diabetic Eye Screening Programme is based at Bexhill Hospital. We have an exciting opportunity for a motivated, enthusiastic and experienced individual to take on a role in Diabetic Eye Screening as a Failsafe Officer. The role involves the management and implementation of a robust failsafe system to ensure all people with diabetes receive diabetic eye screening.

Attention to detail is essential and the ability to work to a deadline and work independently using initiative is crucial as you will play a vital role in ensuring our patients are following the correct pathways designated by the national Diabetic Eye Screening Programme.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Emma Payne DESP Manager on 0300 1314500 ext 770121 or by e-mail on emma.payne1@nhs.net

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 374-SR1752

Deputy Administration Manager - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Ashford

Salary: £24,000 - £25,000

Closing Date: 23rd November

Description:

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 built our own software system which enables us to adapt and change to meet the requirements of the National DESP team and our employees, to achieve a better user experience.

The remit of the national NHS Screening Programme is to detect Diabetic Retinopathy in the early stages to enable treatment and reduce loss of sight.

You will be joining and overseeing the local Failsafe team, in addition to usual care which includes appointing, examination/treatment and discharge, our failsafe team ensure that if something goes wrong in the patient's pathway, administrative processes are in place and actioned to identify any errors in procedures.

As a Manager you will liaise with hospital embedded Failsafe Officers, Hospital Eye Services (HES) Secretaries, and Consultant Ophthalmologists, the Programme Manager, the Programme's Engagement Manager and the Programme's Senior Grading Manager and Clinical Lead to ensure the safety of all our patients.  Close monitoring of the patient pathway to ensure that all DESP referrals made to Hospital are acknowledged and processed safely. Ensure the patients are appointed in timescales, all appointments are safely outcomed along with timely feedback on discharges and follow-up information is maintained.

Key Duties

  • To assist the Failsafe Manager in the operational running of the Failsafe service and deputise for the Failsafe Manager in their absence
  • To work with the Hospital Management Team to improve the working relationship, processes and feedback, for the benefit of the Patients, the Programme and the Hospital.
  • To have line management responsibility for the Local failsafe Team as per the organogram and provide software training to Embedded Failsafe Officers where needed
  • Ensure all patients requiring referral are referred that day and ensure all referred patients are tracked (as per national guidance and Policy) confirming the referral has been acknowledged and received, first appointment date, attendance and treatment information, and notification of discharge/follow-up provided
  • Produce Reports where needed of projects worked on, Serious Incidents, and Updates for Board and Internal Performance Reporting Conference calls
  • Maintain an overview of entire patient pathway and ensure safe systems. Review and audit these systems and undertake failsafe activities to ensure patients are in correct status
  • Advise the Failsafe Manager on changes required to documented Failsafe Procedures
  • Assist the Failsafe Manager in maintaining a programme of pathway review so that each area of patient pathway is reviewed over a quarterly period and opportunities for improvement are reflected in the Corporate Standard Operating Procedures
  • Ensure data quality checks and performance validations are undertaken
  • Regularly review national guidelines and best practice relating to failsafe and take this into account when fulfilling the role

What you'll need to succeed in this role

  • A team player who is supportive, reliable and trustworthy
  • Someone who is approachable, dedicated and hardworking
  • A people person – someone who enjoys working alongside and helping others
  • Someone who thrives on and remains calm and focused in challenging situations
  • Great organisational skills with the ability to prioritise workloads and meet deadlines
  • A high level of attention to detail and who works well within set procedures but is also able to identify errors in procedures and suggest better processes
  • Able to work with and respect private and confidential information
  • Computer literate, able to use Teams, Outlook, Word, Excel and learn an in-house information system

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-4341

Trainee Screener - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Greenford DESP

Salary: £18,500

Closing Date: 23rd November

Description:

“I have had many job roles in my past from driving a wagon to retail, being a Screener really is the best job I have ever had. It doesn't matter what you did in the past as full training is given from day one. I like most people thought I really wouldn't be able to do it, but after about 4 weeks I got it, you really do not need to come from a medical background.”

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 normally around Brent and Harrow however, you will be expected to cover the other areas of NWL which are in Central London, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Hillingdon, Hounslow and West London
  • 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

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.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-4544

Trainee Screener - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Tunbridge Wells DESP

Salary: £18,500

Closing Date: 23rd Novemeber

Description:

“I have had many job roles in my past from driving a wagon to retail, being a Screener really is the best job I have ever had. It doesn't matter what you did in the past as full training is given from day one. I like most people thought I really wouldn't be able to do it, but after about 4 weeks I got it, you really do not need to come from a medical background.”

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 their set area, we currently have 5 opportunities in: Margate, Tunbridge Wells, Gillingham and Sevenoaks
  • 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

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.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-4230D

Trainee Retinal Screener - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Southampton DESP

Salary: £11,100 (22.5 hrs pw Fixed Term)

Closing Date: 23rd November

Description:

“I have had many job roles in my past from driving a wagon to retail, being a Screener really is the best job I have ever had. It doesn't matter what you did in the past as full training is given from day one. I like most people thought I really wouldn't be able to do it, but after about 4 weeks I got it, you really do not need to come from a medical background.”

Screener/Grader for InHealth Intelligence - Testimonial

This is a Part-Time (22.5 hours per week) 12 month fixed term contract paying £11,100.

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 the Southampton 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 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

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.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-4471

Trainee Screener - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Bristol DESP

Salary: £18,500

Closing Date: 23rd November

Description:

“I have had many job roles in my past from driving a wagon to retail, being a Screener really is the best job I have ever had. It doesn't matter what you did in the past as full training is given from day one. I like most people thought I really wouldn't be able to do it, but after about 4 weeks I got it, you really do not need to come from a medical background.”

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 around Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire
  • 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

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.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-4415

Trainee Screener - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Cambridgeshire DESP

Salary: £18,500 + £2,000 location allowance

Closing Date: 23rd November

Description:

“I have had many job roles in my past from driving a wagon to retail, being a Screener really is the best job I have ever had. It doesn't matter what you did in the past as full training is given from day one. I like most people thought I really wouldn't be able to do it, but after about 4 weeks I got it, you really do not need to come from a medical background.”

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 central Cambridge, Sawston, Cambourne, Swavesey, Huntingdon and Ely
  • 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

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.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-4183

Trainee Retinal Screener/Grader - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Great Yarmouth DESP

Salary: £18,500

Closing Date: 23rd November

Description:

Thanks for your initial interest in becoming a Trainee Retinal Screener/Grader, 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 Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft, Beccles, Halesworth, Coastal Villages and Aldeburgh
  • 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
  • A high level of detail and concentration, this role will require learning to assess the photographs that are taken
  • An interest in learning about eye conditions and diabetic eye disease
  • It would be an advantage to come from a healthcare background     

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
  • Undertake the relevant units of the Diploma to become accredited in assessing the retinal photographs
  • Take monthly quality assurance examinations to ensure you can safely assess the images

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.

To apply lease visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-4044

Slit Lamp Examiner, Screener/Grader - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Greater Manchester DESP

Salary: £40,000 - £45,000

Closing Date: 23rd November

Description:

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.

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.

If you enjoy working in different locations and meeting new people, this is an ideal opportunity as you'll be travelling to sites around the Greater Manchester area.

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
  • 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 gradings 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
  • Be adaptable and possess the ability to think quickly and resolve problems
  • Have a minimum of 12 months slit lamp experience with diabetic patients
  • Be committed to on-going personal development by keeping up to date with mandatory training
  • Ideally have completed your Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Diploma or Level 3 Diploma for Health Screeners
  • Be Flexible and willing to operate out of multiple community sites and work some weekends

What InHealth Intelligence can offer you!

  • A competitive salary plus expenses
  • A rewarding role where you can see the difference you are making everyday

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-4490

Trainee Screener - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Exmouth DESP

Salary: £19,500

Closing Date: 23rd November

Description:

“I have had many job roles in my past from driving a wagon to retail, being a Screener really is the best job I have ever had. It doesn't matter what you did in the past as full training is given from day one. I like most people thought I really wouldn't be able to do it, but after about 4 weeks I got it, you really do not need to come from a medical background.”

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 around around East Devon. There will also be times where travel to Plymouth is needed to cover colleagues annual leave
  • 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

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.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-4597

Trainee Screener - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Uxbridge DESP

Salary: £18,500

Closing Date: 23rd November

Description:

“I have had many job roles in my past from driving a wagon to retail, being a Screener really is the best job I have ever had. It doesn't matter what you did in the past as full training is given from day one. I like most people thought I really wouldn't be able to do it, but after about 4 weeks I got it, you really do not need to come from a medical background.”

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 Uxbridge, Hayes, Feltham and Hounslow. Occasional trvael to other clinics in North West London may also be required
  • 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

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.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-4598

Trainee Screener - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Marble Arch DESP

Salary: £19,500

Closing Date: 23rd November

Description:

“I have had many job roles in my past from driving a wagon to retail, being a Screener really is the best job I have ever had. It doesn't matter what you did in the past as full training is given from day one. I like most people thought I really wouldn't be able to do it, but after about 4 weeks I got it, you really do not need to come from a medical background.”

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 Central London, Hammersmith & Fulham however, some travel to North West London maybe expected
  • 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

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.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-4599

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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