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A new and exciting consultancy role with ImROC!

ImROC seeks new consultants to join their team

ImROC  is the National Programme for Mental Health Recovery based in Nottingham. ImROC is made up of national consultants who work locally, nationally and internationally.

 

We are looking to expand our consultancy team and are seeking values-driven, innovative individuals who are passionate about the wellbeing and recovery agenda, By joining this team you will be joining a  strong network of thought-leaders and passionate individuals driving forward change and positive practice to support Recovery for all.

 

You will have experience of delivering innovative change and developing new ways of workings that demonstrate the value of coproduction, enhance self-management and hold centrally the personal goals of people supported by services. You will have achieved these factors within an environment of economic, regulatory and system pressures.

You may still be working or recently retired – but if you feel that you have skills to offer the Recovery agenda we would like to hear from you .

ImROC

ImROC has been leading the way in recovery-oriented service and practice improvement since 2011. It works in partnership with services and organisations to develop systems that support Recovery and Wellbeing.  Originally established on behalf of the Department of Health to support the development of services that enable people with mental health problems and long term conditions to manage their own wellbeing and rebuild meaningful lives, ImROC is now hosted through Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. This innovative partnership allows a close working relationship with frontline providers of care, ensuring that ImROC’s work remains relevant and useful to practitioners, managers, system leaders, local communities and ultimately, the people who access services.

 

Background

As ImROC continues to develop and expand its footprint whilst remaining true to the original ethos, we are looking for new members of the team who can demonstrate their experience and expertise in recovery-oreintated practice. The ImROC 10 key organisational challenges are core to our work as they were when ImROC was launched in 2011. We are looking to broaden and advance our skills mix to retain our place within the field as a leading national and international recovery organisation. The landscape and organisational priorities around us are in regular flux. As an ImROC Consultant you will familiar with working within these challenges and knowledgable about political, regulatory and clinical structures and requirements.

 The role

See attached JD and Person Specification for full details of this post.

 

Selection Process

The selection process will be organised as follows:

  • Submit your CV and written application setting out your area of expertise and a case study / project of innovation in practice. (Up to 1500 words)
  • Shortlisting: applications will be reviewed and successful candidates will be called to give a short presentation on their area of expertise and discuss their potential role.
  • Interviews will be held with Julian Eve (ImROC Sponsor & Associate Director for Learning and Organisational Development), Julie Repper (ImROC Director) and Dawn Fleming (ImROC Business Manager).
  • Notification of outcomes: applicants will be notified of the outcome via telephone

 Timescales

 These are open ended posts with no specified end date. Consultants will begin in post on completion of HR checks and procedures.

 

Working arrangements

 From the outset we will agree with you an upper limit of consultancy days you are available to support ImROC within one financial year. Demand for support can be sporadic but require an agile workforce to be flexible and responsive to opportunities as they present themselves. We anticipate many consultants will have pre-existing commitments through employment or consultancy arrangements.

 

You will work flexibly and remotely from your work / home base using your current IT systems. You will be self-sufficient and independent in your working style.

 

Contact Details

 For more information or to discuss any of the roles available please contact dawn.fleming@nottshc.nhs.uk; 07973665472

Please be aware the closing date for applications is the 2nd January 2018

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