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HEAD OF ADULT KENT AND MEDWAY COMMUNICATION AND ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY (KM CAT) SERVICE

East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust

(8B, Full Time)

This is an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Scientist with extensive experience in Electronic Assistive Technology and/ or Rehabilitation Engineering.

We are looking for an enthusiastic Highly Specialist professional with excellent management, clinical and team working skills to work with. The work includes day to day running of the service, management of a highly specialist team, professional lead for the HCS team, and carrying out a caseload. The caseload is primarily comprised of clients with complex disabilities who have communication difficulties. You will be working closely with other professionals across Kent and Medway and within a multidisciplinary team.

Experience in management and working with Adults with complex disabilities is essential to the post.

The KM CAT service is one of 15 services identified nationally for its AAC specialism by NHS England. The team is friendly and welcoming, and is held in high regard for providing a high quality, patient-centred clinical service founded on evidence-based practice and clinical collaboration. We are committed to continually developing our staff and services and adapting to the changing environment around us.

There is an excellent network of multidisciplinary and specialist support and staff are given very good opportunities for training and for development of clinical interests.

People with less experience may be considered for this post, and initially placed at a lower band.

Please apply through NHS Jobs.

Ref: 344-8285CSK-B

For more information or arranging an informal visit please contact Ladan Najafi on 01227 783086 or by email.

Closing Date:  1st November 2020.

Interview Date: 16th November 2020.

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