CAMHS Operational Manager

Full Time | Ealing, ENGLAND | 4 months
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£26.00 - £30.00 per hour

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£26.00 - £30.00 per hour
Ealing , London
Temporary, full-time
Expected to last 6 months with possible extension
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CAMHS Operational Manager

The post holder will work in close collaboration with the Head of Service, Service Manager, Clinical Lead for Clinical Governance and professional leads, to ensure that all operational issues relating to the CAMHS service are managed effectively and efficiently.

The post holder will have a key role in developing, collecting and analysing performance information that supports the provision of the service, and service developments.

Location: Ealing

Temporary: Expected to last 6 months with possible extension

Hours per week: 37.5 hours per week

Salary: £30per hour (Umbrella) or £26 per hour (PAYE)


  • Managerial experience including ability to set objectives and effectively motivate and develop staff.
  • Evidence of driving and supporting organisational and service change.
  • Experience of service performance management and delivering on relevant performance indicator targets.
  • Experience of service and workforce planning - short, medium and long term.
  • Understand and be able to apply the concepts and techniques for

o Budgeting, monitoring and financial planning

o Costing and pricing

o Variance analysis and financial reporting

o The purpose of accounting accruals and provisions

  • Experience in the following is essential

o Business case preparation including the ability to evaluate and analyse a range of options and preferred outcomes

o Evaluating efficiency, effectiveness and economy

  • Advanced ECDL qualified or equivalent practical experience including advance spreadsheet skills to 'macro’ level.
  • Knowledge of relevant policies and developments affecting mental health such as Safer Staffing.
  • Knowledge of key financial performance targets for NHS Trusts and NHS Financial Regulations
  • Knowledge of regulatory frameworks eg CQC, Monitor
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, to be able to communicate complex information to diverse audiences and develop effective relations with external organisations.
  • Highly numerate and computer literate.
  • Ability to concentrate and focus on a range of issues in order to meet tight deadlines and to prioritise & co-ordinate workload of self and others
  • Strong leadership and managerial skills that command respect from senior staff and line management reports.
  • Able to interpret national, regional and local priorities and set service objectives in line with these agendas.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to communicate complex financial and business issues effectively with both non-finance and finance staff.

Principal Responsibilities

  • They will be responsible for delegated aspects of the Admin budget.
  • They will be responsible for active management of all information relating to performance and activity, and the development of effective mechanisms for reporting and managing information that assists the development and management of the service.
  • They will lead on ensuring the effective use of RIO and Data Quality in the Service.
  • They will support the Service Manager to development of meaningful service user and carer participation in service delivery and development.
  • They will line-manage the A&C staff as agreed within the wider context of CSU administrative team service management, including performance management.
  • They will line-manage the Data Quality Officer and ensure all KPI’s are met and RiO is audited for quality data.
  • To take a coordinating role in the project management, planning and coordination of new systems or approaches to data quality / performance management to support good clinical practice and business continuity.
  • Support with recruitment and IT needs for new staff members and requirement during supporting new Project work
  • Produce monthly Supervision and Mandatory Training reports to ensure compliance
  • They will develop locally relevant policies and protocols and ensure effective secondary induction processes.
  • Work with Estates and Facilities and Capital on local issues pertaining to the use of estate.
  • They will be responsible for specific delegated projects as agreed with the Head of Service and Service Manager.

Senior Management Team

  • They will in conjunction with the Head of Service and Service Manager, establish and develop relationships with key stakeholders relevant to the role.
  • They will work closely with the Head of Service and Service Manager to ensure that the service responds appropriately to commissioner needs, that contracting agreements/SLA are in place and representation at key interface meetings with commissioners/stakeholders as appropriate.

Required skills
  • Frameworks
  • Governance
  • Supports
  • Workforce
  • Line Management

Application questions
Do you have NHS experience?

Do you have CAMHS experience?

Are you an experience Project/Operational Manager?

Are you able to start asap?

Please answer all of the application questions.
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