Clinical regional manager – Acacium Group – Hartlepool

Acacium Group

Clinical regional manager

Xyla (part of Acacium Group) – Our Future Health

Field based role with travel across sites in North East England when required

6 month FTC, Full Time

Monday – Friday 9-5 with 1 on-call weekend per month on a rota basis

Unlock your potential:

Our Future Health aims to be the UK’s largest ever health research programme. The programme is designed to help everyone live longer and healthier lives through the discovery and testing of more effective approaches to prevention, earlier detection, and treatment of diseases. This will also to help researchers tackle the growing burden of disease in the UK.

As our regional manager, you will provide clinical leadership to regional teams, offering both operational supervision and continuous improvement support. You will be the first line of escalation on site for all operational queries whilst being responsible for providing clinical leadership, ensuring that participant flow is managed effectively, without delay through the fixed site and mobile units to enhance the participants experience. At times you will offer additional capacity and support to our teams to prevent delay to the participants being seen as well as being the lead in the event of an emergency.

Xyla, part of Acacium Group, is an integrated healthcare solution that improves people’s lives and alleviates the demands of the UK healthcare system. Our services help people avoid hospital or accelerate them safely through it, with specialist support in their community or homes whenever needed.

Working with over 80 NHS trusts, our clinical care team delivers a range of clinical services in hospitals, the community or virtually. Our services include diagnostic, acute and virtual services – all of which are designed and delivered by senior NHS consultants and operational staff who ensure that national clinical guidelines and operational best practice guidance are met.

Every day you will…

  • manage clinical incidents, escalations and concerns/complaints within your region whilst providing advice guidance and support to the team on the ground
  • support the delivery teams as required when they are taking the participant measurements such as height, weight, blood pressure, cholesterol levels and collect a small sample of their blood
  • oversee the service meeting its KPIs and performance management of Service Delivery Lead and teams within the region
  • conduct site assessments in your region, advising on safety, clinical effectiveness, policies and procedures, assurance of clinical standards and the patient experience.
  • provide service feedback and oversight to the Head of Nursing or Chief Nurse in support of clinical operations, advise on challenges with the pathway, patient flow, staffing and skill mix
  • What’s in it for you?

    In return for your hard work, we offer an exciting place to work, with a wide range of benefits, rewards, and opportunities to grow your career, including:

  • Unrivalled career opportunities that come from being part of a global group made up of over 20 healthcare, staffing and life sciences businesses
  • Learning & development opportunities tailored to your role
  • Workplace pension scheme
  • Gym Flex – discounted gym memberships UK wide
  • Discounted Tastecard membership
  • Reward portal, offering discounts on shops, restaurants and bars
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Health assessments and dental insurance
  • Life assurance and critical illness cover
  • Optional charity involvement with two paid volunteering days a year
  • Join us and make a difference!

    If you want to join a global, marketing-leading organisation who are committed to the human side of business, then look no further. Acacium Group is a global healthcare solutions partner offering staffing, managed services and innovative delivery models to health and social care systems and the life sciences industry. We are a business with scale, leading digital capabilities and a strong financial profile, with a vision to be the leading global healthcare solutions partner.

    We are powered by the best people and have an unrivalled and diverse range of capabilities, all while incorporating our company values into everything we do – Putting People First, Always by your Side, Driven by Excellence.

    Join us and play a key part of shaping the future of society and improving people’s lives!

    To thrive in this role, you must have…

  • a valid NMC/HCPC Registration
  • experience in leadership/team lead roles within the NHS or similar healthcare setting with demonstrable skills in managing, motivating, supporting, developing teams
  • a sound understanding of quality standards, key performance indicators, risk assessments, incident reporting, and infection, prevention, and control
  • prior experience of working in an outpatients or similar clinical setting with competency in Phlebotomy and Life Support
  • a full UK drivers licence with access to a vehicle
  • Our Inclusion Commitment:

    We are passionately committed to being a truly inclusive and diverse company- it is at the heart of our core value of Putting People First. We continue to enhance our culture of inclusion and diversity across all of our roles and actively encourage applications from all backgrounds and communities.


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