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Current Vacancies

Retinal Screening Photographer 

Location: Barnsley & Rotherham DESP

Salary: £19,737 - £21,142 (Fixed Term)

Closing Date: See advert

Description:

2 POSTS: 37.5 hours per week – 12 MONTHS FIXED TERM/SECONDMENT

1 POST: 24 hours per week – 12 MONTHS FIXED TERM/SECONDMENT

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a positive and flexible team player to work in our very busy Diabetic Eye Screening department for Barnsley and Rotherham. The programme offers diabetic eye screening to over 33,000 people with diabetes in the Barnsley and Rotherham area.

We are looking for an individual with excellent communication skills, computer literate and logical thinking you will be well motivated and have a patient centred approach to continue and maintain the reputation of the diabetic eye screening service.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Kate King – Lead Nurse/Programme Manager

kate.etherington@nhs.net

01226 434578

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 163-2142E-06-21

Retinal Screener Grader

Location: South East London DESP

Salary: £26,365 - £28,988 inc HCA

Closing Date: 22nd June

Description:

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a qualified Retinal Screener Grader to join the South East London Diabetic Eye Screening Programme, provided by Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. The service is one of the largest eye screening programmes in the country, responsible for providing screening to over 100,000 patients and has close links with both ophthalmology and diabetes services across SE London as well as our academic colleagues in King's Health Partners who are leading the field of diabetes research.

The candidate will be based within one of the following teams, Bexley & Greenwich, Bromley, Lambeth or Lewisham and Southwark, with occasional sessions in the other teams.

Screening is delivered in hospital outpatient clinics, NHS health centres, GP practices and high street opticians. All locations are accessable by public transport, applicants do not need to hold a driving licence.

The successful candidate must hold the national qualification in diabetic eye screening and should be a confident and experienced grader with experience working at Primary and Secondary level grading.

Experience in capturing OCT images would be an advantage but not essential.

Excellent customer care and communication skills are essential for this post. You will be self-disciplined, focused and able to manage clinics independently providing the highest quality care to our patients.

We pride ourselves on the quality of our grading training, the successful candidate will be supported to develop their DR and non-DR grading skills, with the aim of progressing to Arbitration and ROG level grading and band 5 roles.

Closing Date: 22nd June at midnight

For further details / informal visits contact:

Louise Batten

Deputy Programme Manager

louisebatten@nhs.net

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 196-LIS5924

Diabetes Screener - NPS Care

Location: Arden, Herefordshire & Worcestershire DESP

Salary: £19,737 - £21,142 pro rata (0.6 WTE)

Closing Date: 23rd June

Description:

An opportunity has arisen to join the Arden, Herefordshire and Worcestershire Diabetic eye screening programme.

We are looking for 2 part-time screeners to join the team for a 12-month fixed term position.

There is a potential for flexible day working patterns.

We are particularly keen to hear from people who can give an immediate start.

This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to join the healthcare sector, with little to no experience, but someone who has a great sense of customer service and great interpersonal skills.

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 in the Herefordshire area, covering clinics in throughout the county, although on occasion you may be asked to cover a clinic in neighbouring counties such as Worcestershire. 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 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 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)

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-21-3829

Failsafe Officer 

Location: Brighton & Sussex DESP

Salary: £24,907 - £30,615

Closing Date: 27th June

Description:

The Brighton and Sussex Diabetic Eye Screening Programme (DESP) is based in the Clinical Media Centre at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton and forms part of the English Diabetic Eye Screening Programme.

The programme has over 44,000 patients on its register and runs 10 cameras throughout central Sussex. We require an enthusiastic, hardworking, preferably experienced Failsafe Officer to join our busy team. Ideally, the successful applicant will have a full working knowledge of the diabetic eye screening pathways and associated failsafe.

You will take the lead in managing failsafe processes and supervise the tasks of other administrative staff involved in failsafe procedures, working closely with the Office Manager, Programme Manager, Deputy Programme Manager, Screening Team Leader and Hospital Eye Services.

You will have experience working directly with the general public, and be used to handling a high number of telephone calls. You will be part of a multi-disciplinary team including 11 screener/graders and 6 administrators.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Sena Barallon - Deputy Programme Manager

Email: kalthoum.barallon@nhs.net

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 379-3213034-JUN21

Retinal Screener Photographer

Location: South East London DESP

Salary: £24,210 - £25,615 inc HCA

Closing Date: 27th June

Description:

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the South East London Diabetic Eye Screening Programme, provided by Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.

The service is one of the largest eye screening programmes in the country, responsible for providing screening to over 100,000 patients and has close links with both ophthalmology and diabetes services across SE London.

Screening is delivered in Hospital outpatient clinics, NHS health centres and high street opticians across Lambeth, Southwark, Lewisham, Bromley, Bexley and Greenwich.

Screening involves taking patients relevant medical history, conducting visual acuity assessments, instilling eye drops and taking retinal photographs using specialist digital cameras. Screeners work in pairs or independently, running their own clinics with support from a Team Leader.

This fixed term position is an excellent entry level role as comprehensive training and support will be provided. It would also suit candidates from a healthcare background who are looking for a new challenge. It will provide candidates with the experience to move onto the nationally recognised Health Screeners Diploma (HSD) training programme, should a permanent position become available. Once qualified with the HSD, candidates can progress to more skilled clinical roles in the Diabetic Eye Screening Programme.

Excellent customer/patient care and communication skills are essential for this post. Candidates must be self-disciplined, focused and able to work independently providing the highest quality care to our patients.

We are particually keen to hear from new applicants, please feel free to contact the Deputy Programme Manager with any questions.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Louise Batten - Deputy Programme Manager - louise.batten@gstt.nhs.uk

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 196-LIS5953

Assistant Diabetic Eye Screener 

Location: Cornwall DESP

Salary: £19,737 - £21,142 

Closing Date: 28th June

Description:

This is an opportunity to join Cornwall's Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme whose centre is based at Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro.

The Programme screens over 34,000 patients each year in 90 locations throughout Cornwall in GP practices, community hospitals, and in a mobile screening unit. Patient's retinae are screened using specialist ophthalmic cameras to capture digital photographs of the back of the eye to detect diabetic retinopathy. Images then undergo a stringent primary, secondary and tertiary grading process and those with retinopathy are referred into specialist ophthalmic clinics for a course of treatment.

This is a full-time role for 37.5 hours per week.

Sustainability is integral to the Trust achieving the NHS Net Zero target. All staff are therefore actively encouraged and supported to implement new ways of working within their field of expertise.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Jake Mills - Programme Manager on Tel: 01872254636. Or email: jake.mills1@nhs.net

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 156-3218644

Senior Management Assistant

Location: The Humber DESP

Salary: £24,904 - £30,615

Closing Date: 1st July

Description:

1 Full time (37.5 hours per week) post to work between Hull, East Riding, North and North East Lincolnshire, based in Hull Royal Infirmary.

The Humber Diabetic Eye Screening Programme provides a high performing photographic eye screening service for diabetic patients (approximately 57,000 patients) for the early detection of diabetic eye disease. We are looking for a self-motivated, dynamic and flexible individual with excellent communication and organisational skills to join our award-nominated programme as the Senior Management Assistant. The post holder will be responsible for the management and development of Failsafe pathways and processes within the Humber Diabetic Eye Screening Programme whilst also ensuring that procedures are in place to provide an efficient and cost effective failsafe team that meets required quality standards.

The post holder will also assist the Programme Manager in meeting screening objectives and performance targets including financial expenditure, cost control, quality and activity targets within the Humber Diabetic Eye Screening Programme. They will also contribute to the strategic direction of the service.

The post holder will be expected to show a high level of initiative across the full range of responsibilities with the ability to manage their own work load with minimal supervision. They will also need to be flexible and able to deal with changing priorities

The Trust is undergoing service transformations and review, therefore there may be a requirement in future for weekend work/or early evening work.

Applicants must be able to 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 and a Diabetic Eye Screening Programme is essential. The candidate must hold a full driving licence.

For further details contact Natalie Holmes - natalie.holmes3@nhs.net

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 356-21-3225884

Ophthalmology Failsafe Officer

Location: The Humber DESP

Salary: £21,892 - £24,157

Closing Date: 1st July

Description:

Humber Diabetic Eye Screening Programme (DESP) Hospital Eye Service (HES) Failsafe Officer

1 Full time (37.5 hours per week) post to work between Hull, East Riding, North and North East Lincolnshire, based in Hull.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic, flexible and motivated person to join the Humber Diabetic Eye Screening Programme as a Hospital Eye Service (HES) Failsafe Officer. The successful applicant will be instrumental in maintaining a Hospital Eye Service failsafe procedure and will have responsibility for all process monitoring, data validation, and clinical audit.

The HES failsafe officer will be responsible for reporting functions for patients within the Screening Service for patients that are referred to the HES or patients who are retained in HES for treatment / monitoring. This is to ensure they are returned appropriately into the screening pathway following discharge from the HES either due to completion of treatment or failure to attend the HES.

In addition, the HES failsafe officer has a responsibility to ensure that patients not seen for 12 months in HES are either offered a HES review or are returned to the screening service via the Ophthalmology Trigger process.

The post holder will also assist in improving the quality and system for the collection of data used within the department to indicate performance against local commissioning targets and KPI's.

The post holder would be required to work towards and complete an Administration qualification 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 date

The Trust is undergoing service transformations and review, therefore there 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.

The post is an excellent opportunity to join an award-nominated, efficient and cost effective department that focuses on developing its personnel whilst providing excellent quality patient care.

Applicants must be able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal, communication and team working skills, together with an ability to prioritise workload and work flexibly under pressure to achieve deadlines.

For further details contact Natalie Holmes on 01482 674656 or natalie.holmes@hey.nhs.uk

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 356-21-3219660

Retinal Screening Patient Services Administrator

Location: East and North Hertfordshire DESP

Salary: £19,737 - £21,142 pro rata

Closing Date: 2nd July

Description:

You will be joining a friendly, dedicated, hardworking and successful team in providing diabetic eye screening to people with Diabetes in the East & North Hertfordshire area. The aim of our programme is to prevent vision loss from Diabetic Retinopathy. Safe, effective and good quality care is at the core of everything we do. Our priority is to ensure equal access to screening for everyone.

This post involves working as part of a team providing administrative support to a high quality eye screening service to patients with diabetes in East and North Hertfordshire. Diabetic retinopathy is currently one of the leading causes of blindness in people of working age in the United Kingdom, but screening can lead to early detection and treatment can reduce the risk of vision loss.

Ideally you will be experienced in NHS/private healthcare processes and procedures, be able to communicate to a wide range of people and have the ability to work in a busy office environment.

The successful applicant will join a dedicated and enthusiastic team working in the programme admin centre in the Hertford County Hospital.

It is a part time (25 hours pw) permanent role. Working Hours are flexible but must include a minimum of 7.5 hours on a Friday.

Main duties of the job

Dealing with queries via email, post and telephone.

Booking appointments using specialised screening software.

Scanning and printing.

Data validation and cleansing.

Supporting failsafe within the programme.

You should be well organised, hard working and dedicated to providing a quality service.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 361-1PLN-3230657

Diabetic Screener/Photographer

Location: North East London DESP

Salary: £22,478 - £23,810 inc HCA

Closing Date: 7th July

Description:

We are looking for a Retinal Screener / Photographer for our Diabetic Eye Screening Programme in North East London area (City and Hackney, Newham, Barking and Dagenham, Redbridge, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest.

The post-holder will deliver a consistently high quality care for the service for the patient with diabetes. The role requires you to work unsupervised within a community based environment; you will be working in a team with team leaders support.

Working Hours: 37.5

For further details / informal visits contact:

Anila Nair - Operations Manager

Email: anila.nair@nhs.net

Tel: 07342066338

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: 293-IMRS1-1123-B

Part Time Outreach Worker - Health Intelligence Ltd 

Location: Exeter DESP

Salary: £18,135 FTE 

Closing Date: 10th July

Description:

This is a part time position of 22.5 hours per week based in Exeter paying £18,135 FTE.

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 an Outreach Worker to help improve knowledge and stress the importance of Retinal Screening to those who suffer from diabetes putting a particular emphasis on hard to reach groups such as the BAME community and non-responders. The successful applicant will be responsible for going out to the public and speaking with faith and community leaders with the goal of education therefor, we are looking for someone who excels when speaking with the general public and stakeholders.

Key duties

  • Provide specialist insight, intelligence and expertise in the development and revision of the Programme's Communication & Stakeholder Engagement Strategy and plan and contributing to its implementation and evaluation
  • Improve the knowledge of the importance of screening within the diverse communities served through appropriate promotional activities
  • With a specific focus on the hard to reach groups including BAME communities; patients within areas of greater deprivation and non-responders; assist the Engagement Manager in the development and implementation of patient/carer communication, promotional, participation and engagement activities
  • To be a member of and assist the Engagement Manager in the implementation, co-ordination and support of the patient/carer and patient representative groups engagement structures/forums
  • Support the Engagement Manager to work closely with Local Authority Public Health and Community Development Teams on promotional activities and campaigns that will lead to improvements in uptake and coverage with the areas of deprivation, BAME communities and other communities which are highlighted to have low uptake, coverage and/or high levels of DNAers and non-responders
  • Advise on and ensure the Programme's communications are appropriately framed and language, reading age and culturally appropriate for the target audience
  • To undertake outreach work within secure establishments to improve uptake and knowledge of the importance of screening
  • Provide specialist expertise and knowledge 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
  • Partnership Development
  • Knowledge of NDESP policies
  • 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
  • Diversity and Equality legislation and issues
  • Developing and maintaining working relationships with community/voluntary groups
  • Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Diploma
  • 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-21-4827A

Part Time Outreach Worker - Health Intelligence Ltd 

Location: Bury St Edmonds DESP

Salary: £18,135 FTE (22 hrs pw)

Closing Date: 10th July

Description:

This is a part-time position of 22 hours per week based in Bury St Edmunds paying £18,300 full-time equivalent.

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 an Outreach Worker to help improve knowledge and stress the importance of Retinal Screening to those who suffer from diabetes putting a particular emphasis on hard to reach groups such as hard to reach communities and non-responders.

 

The successful applicant will be responsible for going out to the public and speaking with faith and community leaders with the goal of education therefor, we are looking for someone who excels when speaking with the general public and stakeholders. During the pandemic whilst ‘going out' is not possible, we are looking for someone who can adapt their skills to liaise with the community in other formats such as the use of social media and virtual meetings.

Key duties

  • Provide specialist insight, intelligence and expertise in the development and revision of the Programme's Communication & Stakeholder Engagement Strategy and plan and contributing to its implementation and evaluation
  • Improve the knowledge of the importance of screening within the diverse communities served through appropriate promotional activities
  • With a specific focus on the hard to reach groups including hard to reach communities; patients within areas of greater deprivation and non-responders; assist the Stakeholder and Quality Assurance Manager in the development and implementation of patient/carer communication, promotional, participation and engagement activities
  • To be a member of and assist the Stakeholder and Quality Assurance Manager in the implementation, co-ordination and support of the patient/carer and patient representative groups engagement structures/forums
  • Support the Stakeholder and Quality Assurance Manager to work closely with Local Authority Public Health and Community Development Teams on promotional activities and campaigns that will lead to improvements in uptake and coverage with the areas of deprivation, hard to reach communities and other communities which are highlighted to have low uptake, coverage and/or high levels of DNAers and non-responders
  • Advise on and ensure the Programme's communications are appropriately framed and language, reading age and culturally appropriate for the target audience
  • To undertake outreach work within secure establishments to improve uptake and knowledge of the importance of screening
  • Provide specialist expertise and knowledge 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
  • Partnership Development
  • Knowledge of NDESP policies
  • 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
  • Diversity and Equality legislation and issues
  • Developing and maintaining working relationships with community/voluntary groups
  • Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Diploma
  • 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-21-5226

Trainee Screener - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Bristol DESP

Salary: £19,500

Closing Date: 10th July

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

This is a full time position of 37.5 hours per week paying £19,500 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 in 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-20-5051A

Trainee Screener - Health Intelligence Ltd 

Location: Brentwood DESP

Salary: £19,500

Closing Date: 10th July

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

This is a full time position of 37.5 hours per week paying £19,500 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 in Brentwood, Epping and Loughton
  • 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-20-5268

Trainee Screener/Grader - Health Intelligence Ltd 

Location: Oldham DESP

Salary: £19,500

Closing Date: 10th July

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 around around the Oldham 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/Grader

  • 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.

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-5265

Trainee Screener - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Great Yarmouth DESP

Salary: £19,500

Closing Date: 10th July

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

This is a full time position of 37.5 hours per week paying £19,500 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 the Great Yarmouth 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-GY

Slit Lamp Examiner - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: East Anglia DESP

Salary: £40,000 - £45,000

Closing Date: 10th July

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

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: 10th July

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

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

Slit Lamp Examiner - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Ipswich DESP

Salary: £40,000 - £45,000

Closing Date: 10th July

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

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

Trainee Screener - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Portsmouth DESP

Salary: £19,500

Closing Date: 10th July

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

This is a full time position of 37.5 hours per week paying £19,500 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 in Havant, Petersfield and the surrounding areas
  • 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-20-5274

Administrator - InHealth Intelligence Ltd

Location: Winsford

Salary: Competitive

Closing Date: 10th July

Description:

InHealth Intelligence is a leading provider of bespoke software, analytics, and managed solutions to the NHS as well as major provider of the DES (Diabetic Eye Screening) and CHIS (Childs Health Immunisation Services) under NHS contract. InHealth Intelligence operates out of 20 offices across England as well as many other remote sites as part of its screening operations.

The purpose of the role is to provide high-level customer support both internally and externally ensuring that all agreed service levels are achieved.

As an Administrator, your responsibilities will include:

  • Undertake Remote Data Extracts for our Customers (Weekly/Monthly exports)
  • Dealing with queries from our NHS Customers, Programme Staff and internal colleagues via telephone and e-mail
  • Responding to and administering queries via the Support Services help desk, within agreed first time resolution and service level agreement targets
  • Maintaining appropriate internal systems to ensure accuracy of data
  • Working closely with colleagues to ensure best practice and providing support to colleagues when required
  • Undertake any Support Services ad-hoc duties and projects that are required

Qualifications and Key Skills:

  • Extensive customer service experience in a fast-paced team environment
  • Ability to perform under pressure and meet short deadlines whilst achieving accurate results
  • Proactive approach
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, problem solving and organisational skills
  • To enjoy working and contributing to a team
  • IT literate, Intermediate knowledge of MS Excel and can demonstrate a good understanding of Excel formulas

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-5075B

Part Time Support Services Administrator  - InHealth Intelligence Ltd 

Location: Winsford 

Salary: Competitive

Closing Date: 10th July

Description:

This is a part-time role of 25 hours per week on a 12 month fixed term contract based in Winsford!

InHealth Intelligence is a leading provider of bespoke software, analytics, and managed solutions to the NHS as well as major provider of the DES (Diabetic Eye Screening) and CHIS (Childs Health Immunisation Services) under NHS contract. InHealth Intelligence operates out of 20 offices across England as well as many other remote sites as part of its screening operations.

The purpose of the role is to provide high-level customer support both internally and externally ensuring that all agreed service levels are achieved.

As a Support Services Administrator, your responsibilities will include:

  • Undertake Remote Data Extracts for our Customers (Weekly/Monthly exports)
  • Dealing with queries from our NHS Customers, Programme Staff and internal colleagues via telephone and e-mail
  • Responding to and administering queries via the Support Services help desk, within agreed first time resolution and service level agreement targets
  • Maintaining appropriate internal systems to ensure accuracy of data
  • Working closely with colleagues to ensure best practice and providing support to colleagues when required
  • Undertake any Support Services ad-hoc duties and projects that are required

Qualifications and Key Skills:

  • Extensive customer service experience in a fast-paced team environment
  • Ability to perform under pressure and meet short deadlines whilst achieving accurate results
  • Proactive approach
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, problem solving and organisational skills
  • To enjoy working and contributing to a team
  • IT literate, Intermediate knowledge of MS Excel and can demonstrate a good understanding of Excel formulas

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-20-5285

PA/Administrator  - InHealth Intelligence Ltd 

Location: Greenford

Salary: £12,000

Closing Date: 10th July

Description:

This is a part-time position of 25 hours per week based in our office in Perivale paying £12,200!

InHealth Intelligence (a part of the InHealth Group) is a leading software provider of information management solutions for health organisations in the UK. Our main areas of focus are providing Diabetic Eye Screening services and population-based data analysis to improve long-term conditions diagnosis and promote prevention that ultimately support patients.

At Inhealth Intelligence, we thought we could build our own software system to suit the functionalities of our business better than what the market was offering! We did just that and since then, our market share has grown significantly, seeing a major increase in not only staff using our system, but also the number of patients we manage the care of.  

As a PA/Administrator, you will assist the Programme Managers with the day to day running of the services, helping with general office duties as well as being the voice of our office in Perivale.

Key duties

  • Act as the first point of contact for patient queries, assist and pass on messages accordingly
  • Keep a record of stock levels (both screening and office stock), creating and logging purchase orders, order stock when necessary
  • Be responsible for the post both incoming and outgoing
  • File clinic lists and ensure the filing system is kept up to date
  • Help with the preparation of the MDT (Multi-disciplinary team) meetings and take attendance list and minutes
  • Update patient details and process letters when applicable
  • Collate and report on patients' comments (from patient comment cards)

Skills & Experience

  • Someone who thrives on and remains calm and focused in challenging situations
  • Great organisational skills with the ability to prioritise workloads
  • A high level of attention to detail and who works well within set procedures
  • Experience working with MS Office
  • Administrative tasks and duties

To apply please visit: http://www.jobs.nhs.uk and use ref no: J246-A-21-5235

 

 



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