MEDICA Group are currently seeking a Head of Reporter Liaison to join our Operations Team based in central Hastings.
As Head of Reporter Liaison at MEDICA, reporting directly to the Chief Operations Officer, you will be responsible for workforce management of MEDICA’s reporting clinicians. Working closely with the Operational and Clinical Governance teams, you will ensure the workforce is utilised effectively, whilst adhering to safe and appropriate work practices.
The Head of Reporter Liaison at MEDICA will be responsible for creating a strong community ensuring closer contact and dialogue with the organisation. Working with the Reporter Liaison and Training teams, the Head of Reporter Liaison assists will provide oversight of the emergency and elective workforce rosters; monitoring effective performance KPI’s; whilst developing and ensuring contractual and agreed job plans are adhered to.
Your role as Head of Reporter Liaison involves strategically assessing and reviewing the needs and profiles of the reporting workforce by analysing agreed outputs and metrics; whilst developing a communication and engagement plan to influence retention and productivity thereby creating an ongoing solution for success.
MEDICA are a vibrant and rapidly growing provider of clinical services - founded in 2004 and currently employing over 100 people and more than 350 professional service providers. Output is increasing by around 20% each year and we are investing heavily in people and infrastructure.
MEDICA delivers quality, safe and secure teleradiology services to over 50% of the NHS. Through our Acute and Routine services, we are the leading independent UK provider of radiology reporting, delivering more than 1.5 million reports a year.
In return for your hard work, MEDICA Group offers excellent benefits, including:
• Career progression and ongoing personal development
• An engaged & supportive management team
• Access to a private pension
• Buy into the organisation with ShareSave
• Annual bonus schemes
• Celebrate success with social events
Experience of working in healthcare, ideally with a medical workforce.
Previous team leadership/ management responsibilities.
Responsibility for delivering results linked to business performance.
Provide evidence of a continuous improvement mentality.
Lean principles and implementation.
Project management/ business analysis.
Change management experience.
Please apply in the first instance with your CV and covering letter.
Prior to appointment in post, you will be required to complete a DBS check in line with Medica policy.
Medica is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
No agencies please.