Theatre Lead

Location London, Greater London, England
Job type: Permanent
Salary: ££40,000 - £46,000
Contact name: Jessica Macklin
Contact email: j.macklin@t2healthcare.com
Published: 7 days ago

Do you work in Cosmetics and Plastics and aren’t getting enough progression?

If so, an exciting opportunity has arisen to join a world-renowned Private Hospital in London.

They are one the UK’s largest provider of plastic surgery and cosmetic treatments. The hospital offers minor ops, various veins and hair transplant procedures taking place on site.

Their state-of-the-art boutique hospital in the heart of London offers 2 general-anaesthetic theatres, enabling us to perform in-house cosmetic procedures with world-leading expert medical staffing, ensuring on the best possible care for their patients.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Line management and supervision of all grades of staff within the sphere of authority, acting as a clinical lead and expert to junior, non-registered, and less experienced staff.

  • Coordinate and manage own specialty and department as required. Liaise with surgeons and anaesthetists to assess requirements for future operating lists and ensure those requirements are met.

  • Take the lead with planning, delivering and evaluation of patient care.

  • Work with senior staff to identify and manage staff performance issues, including sickness absence, capability, and discipline.

  • Participate in the process of recruitment, selection, and retention of staff.

  • Working with members of the Multi-Disciplinary Team following local policies, protocols, and standards.

  • Awareness of the effective management of resources within the department, ensuring adequate stock levels, and adhering to procedures for the use and procurement of supplies.

  • Participate in monthly audit programme, update action plan, and lead on the implementation of any recommended changes to practice.

  • Promote and lead the ‘safer surgery’ agenda throughout the department.

  • Ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements.

  • Provide effective communication with team members to ensure an efficient service is maintained.

  • Work collaboratively with other team members in the department in the daily running and organization of theatre activity and provide support in all clinical areas, as necessary.

  • Lead by example.

  • Plan and prepare equipment according to patients needs and procedures.

  • Maintain user competency for relevant equipment both existing and new, teaching, supervising, and signing off junior members of staff.

Benefits:

  • Flexible working approach, family feel environment.

  • 33 days holiday including bank holidays.

  • Company lunches, team building initiatives and other perks (Covid permitting).

  • Discounted treatments.

  • Able to have you say and make a difference, learn more skills surrounding clinical governance.

  • Professional support and development.

If this opportunity sounds like it would be the perfect fit for you then please apply.