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Trust Freedom to Speak Up Guardian

Secondment at existing grade

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Trust Freedom to Speak Up Guardian
Grade
Secondment at existing grade
Hours
7.5
Job ref
282-OD7622
Employer
Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
Employer type
NHS
Town
Cross Site
Salary
Secondment at existing grade
Closing
25/03/2019 09:00

Trust Freedom to Speak Up Guardian

 

1 day per week

 The purpose of the Trust Freedom to Speak up Guardian role is to help protect patient safety and improve the experience of staff by encouraging staff to raise concerns and promoting a culture of continuous improvement.

Working with the Non-Executive Lead and Director of Workforce, the Trust Guardian plays a key role in helping to develop a culture where staff feel able to raise their concerns in confidence, know their concerns will be handled appropriately and promptly.  

The Trust Guardian will lead a team of Divisional Freedom to Speak up Champions who provide an impartial and confidential place for staff to go to discuss their concerns before making any decision about how to proceed. Champions manage their own case load but may need to discuss concerns with you where they need additional advice or support.

The ideal candidate will have excellent interpersonal relationship skills and be able to communicate effectively at all levels, including providing written reports to Trust committees. They will be able to process and interpret highly complex, sensitive and contentious information and make sound judgements about appropriate actions to take, seeking advice where appropriate and providing honest and timely feedback.

The ideal candidate should have a recognised clinical or other professional qualification and be educated to degree level or have degree level or equivalent level experience. Training will be provided to the successful candidate.

Expressions of interest for the Freedom to Speak up Guardian role should be emailed to: Vera.Oriordan@rmh.nhs.uk PA to Director of Workforce

Please give details in no more than 500 words about why you are interested in becoming the Trust’s Freedom to Speak up Guardian.

The closing date for all expressions of interest is 9.00 am Monday 25 March 2019.

Interviews will be held with Nina Singh, Director of Workforce and Eamonn Sullivan, Chief Nurse during week commencing 1st April, 2019

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