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Please see this great opportunity to work closely alongside the Children and Young People (CYP) Transformation team and the senior nursing team at NHSE working on programmes across the Long-Term Plan, being the voice and advocate for CYP nurses across England. Leading and supporting our CYP nurses to continue to deliver high quality care. This autonomous role will help shape policy and strategy and work alongside the senior operational teams when there are times of incidence. If you want to continue to develop and shape children’s nursing, are an experienced CYP nurse leader and have extensive knowledge of delivery of CYP healthcare, then this is the role for you.

The post holder will:
• Provide autonomous expert advice to support national and regional plans.
• Deputise for the Deputy CNO on matters related to CYP.
• Work alongside the others to oversee all CYP policy and quality improvement work within NHSE.
• Be responsible for the strategic nursing leadership for CYP within the... Nursing Directorate on behalf of NHSE, in all healthcare settings, including acute and community trusts. They will also ensure that NHSE provides system support for providers to deliver high quality, safe and sustainable CYP services now and in the future.
• Ensure excellent engagement with national, regional and local clinical and quality improvement stakeholders to ensure improvements to CYP care are at the centre of service provision.
• Work closely with the patient safety team to support improvement in outcomes and safety across CYP services.
• Work closely with all other Directorates to ensure that CYP services align with national objectives, the needs and challenges facing the whole system and patients who use it.

As an NMC registered nurse, the postholder will draw upon knowledge and experience gained through clinical practice and education to inform operational and policy decisions within this role to ensure the success of the programme.

In April 2023, NHS England, NHS Digital, and Health Education England merged to create a new, single organisation to lead the NHS in England. This new NHS England is designed to create a simpler, smaller, high performing, organisation that leads the NHS more effectively and is a better place to work. Speaking with one voice to the service.

The new NHS England board have set out the top-level purpose for the new organisation to lead the NHS in England to deliver high-quality services for all, which will inform the detailed design work and we will achieve this purpose by:
• Enabling local systems and providers to improve the health of their people and patients and reduce health inequalities.
• Making the NHS a great place to work, where our people can make a difference and achieve their potential.
• Working collaboratively to ensure our healthcare workforce has the right knowledge, skills, values and behaviours to deliver accessible, compassionate care
• Optimising the use of digital technology, research, and innovation
• Delivering value for money.

If you would like to know more or require further information, please visithttps://www.england.nhs.uk/ .

Colleagues with a contractual office base are expected to spend, on average, at least 40% of their time working in-person.
You can find further details about the job, in the attached Job Description and other supporting documents.

This advert closes on Monday 20 May 2024
London United Kingdom

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