Clinical Specialist TECS

25655.00 - 39027.00 GBP Annual
29 Jun 2022
27 Jul 2022
Contract Type
Full Time
My client is a well established firm based in through they UK

They are now looking a Clinical Specialist to be based at the TEC Service in york.

The post holder will:

Be a specialist practitioner with the Technology Enabled Care Service (TECS), commissioned by the local authority and/ or the company, supporting the Service and Transformation Manager with their Delivery Partner activities and projects, communication and engagement activities, leading culture change activities, training and some assessment work.

Providing professional support to other staff working as part of the TECS team, using a strength based approach, to understand best practice application of TECS within peoples lives to help them achieve personal outcomes.


The post holder will:

Support the development and provide the delivery of training courses and expert advice to local health, social care, voluntary sector, etc staff who will be referring into the TEC service

Complete complex assessments, identifying how TECS solutions can be used to support people to achieve their personal outcomes

Become an expert source of knowledge in a range of TEC services and products and use so that people get the best solutions to support them. Use this knowledge to support other team members. Keep updated with the latest technology to be able to offer innovation and new ideas to others.

Work with the Service and Transformation Manager to design and implement activities and new ways of working that with create culture change and drive the transformation of TECS within the local area.

Co-design service developments and improvements with as part of our role as Delivery Partner

Take a lead in organising, running and reporting at local TECS related groups as needed.

Work in partnership with retailers, pharmacists and third sector organisations as necessary

Write timely professional reports/ records and action plans in line with professional guidelines that comply with appropriate record keeping policies as necessary.

Clearly record outcomes of intervention in line with evidence based practice and Standards

Be a positive role model and ambassador

Be fully conversant and compliant with your professional code of conduct and the requirement of continuous professional development.

Who are we looking for?

BSc (Hons) Degree in Nursing, Social Care OT or other AHP / Diploma or equivalent

Registration with Nursing and midwifery council, Social Work England HCPC

Experience or qualification in project management

Experience of working with adults and older people with complex needs

Specialist knowledge of equipment and specials

Experience of driving change projects and/or service improvement and development

Effective organisation and time management skills, and ability to deliver training

Demonstrable Knowledge and practice of good customer care skills

To be skilled in setting up and adjusting specialist equipment

Ability to complete and use spreadsheets (Excel) and other IT based reports

Able to use case management systems

Confident with using smartphones and accessing / reading dashboards to review health and wellbeing data to interpret the results

In return we offer you the following

A chance to work as part of a great team doing a rewarding job

Competitive salary and benefits

Pension scheme

Enhanced holiday of 33 days per year (including bank holidays) which increases with service up to 38 days per year (including bank holidays)

Participation in our employee recognition scheme

Entitlement to Employee Assistance Programme and Bike to Work scheme

Access to exclusive employee discounts and savings in gym & wellness discounts