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Nimbuscare is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to be a collaborative and agile provider that cares for its people and patients. Nimbuscare is based in York and is owned by all the practices in the city, however we deliver services over a wider footprint.

We are committed to contributing towards a better NHS based on equity, fairness, innovation, collaboration and quality.

Job opportunities

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

At Nimbuscare, we have an exceptional career opportunity for a truly transformational leader.

Nimbuscare is based in York and is owned by all of the Practices in the city, however we deliver services over a wider foot print. We are committed to contributing towards a better NHS based on equity, fairness, innovation, collaboration and quality.

We are seeking an experienced, driven, innovative, inspirational, and inclusive Chief Executive Officer who has the ability to lead a collaborative and agile organisation with a not-for-profit ethos that cares for its people and patients.

You will provide consistent leadership to set the tone and build on the culture of the organisation in line with our values. You will have the ability to build credibility, inspire confidence and influence people at all levels in the organisation.

You will be an experienced board executive with NHS or wider healthcare sector experience, preferably with a strong provider background and have a track record in leading complex change, as well as managing external responsibilities and priorities.

You will be a strong leader of teams, living our values in all that you do, bringing challenge to thinking across the organisation in how we support and improve the wellbeing and health of our communities.

Alongside this you will be an exceptional communicator with an understanding of how to lead change together with a proven track record of delivering significant transformation.

Equally, you will be a champion for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion , helping our staff to feel appreciated, supported and included in Nimbuscare successes.

Closing date: 30/04/2024

Salary: Dependent on experience

Tenure: Permanent 

Hours: 37.5hrs a week. Full time, part time, flexible working

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Associate Director of Clinical Governance and Compliance

At Nimbuscare, we recognise that good governance can only happen when an organisation sees scrutiny and challenge as opportunities to learn and improve. We are seeking an experienced, skilled and compassionate senior leader for the role of Associate Director of Clinical Governance. You will have experience of clinical governance in either the NHS and / or Primary Care and be keen to develop your career in a dynamic, forward thinking, and innovative healthcare provider. You will ensure that you build effective relationships with regulatory bodies and will support wider system thinking in this fundamental area. We are looking for someone who has the skills, knowledge and judgement to act as an independent and impartial advisor to the Board of Directors, particularly where challenging issues require resolution. The successful applicant will see governance as an enabling function, and one that can support performance by encouraging conversation and action, built around improving the way we work. This new role reflects our ambition to strengthen further our approach to clinical governance. It will be integral in joining up how we bring together all aspects of governance to inform and improve the care we provide to our patients.

Closing date: 19/04/2024

Salary: Dependent on experience

Tenure: Permanent

Hours: 37.5hrs a week

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Healthcare Assistant Community Diagnostic Centre (CDC)

Nimbuscare is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to be a collaborative and agile provider that cares for its people and patients. Nimbuscare is based in York and is owned by all the practices in the city, however we deliver services over a wider footprint. We are committed to contributing towards a better NHS based on equity, fairness, innovation, collaboration and quality. This is an exciting opportunity to join the Nimbuscare team in the role of Healthcare Assistant, to support the Nimbuscare team in the delivery of our services at the Community Diagnostics Centre.

Job Summary

  • The Healthcare Assistant (HCA) will provide specific care to a group of patients under the guidance and supervision of a registered nurse or allied health professional. The HCA will work in the CDC.
  • The Healthcare Assistant will deliver and assist clinical staff in the provision of treatment, preventative care, health promotion and patient education whilst also supporting the administrative team on an as-required basis.
  • The Healthcare Assistant will be expected to become proficient and competent in their area of practice by undertaking competency assessments specific to the area of clinical practice.
  • The HCA will promote optimum independence and individualised client centred care to a delegated caseload.

Closing date: 23/04/2024

Salary: £22,816 - £24,336 (dependent on experience)

Tenure: Permanent / Bank hours

Hours: Full-time, part-time, bank hours

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YICT Nurse

We are seeking to appoint a target driven individual with a can-do attitude to work as a Nurse as part of York Integrated Community Team /Frailty Hub. This key role is vital in providing a comprehensive care coordination to facilitate the appropriate delivery of health care services whilst providing professional, competent and efficient care that meets patients health and social needs.

Working directly with the Frailty Hub you will support this multidisciplinary team in the prevention of unnecessary hospital admission. You will also be case managing patients with frailty and long-term conditions to support patients to remain independent in their own homes, while continuing with healthcare assessments, rehabilitation, and recovery.

In this busy challenging role you will be able to work on your own initiative, be comfortable in making decisions within the scope of the role whilst demonstrating an understanding of community services and using the guidance and support of the multidisciplinary team.

Job Summary

  • To provide comprehensive care coordination in order to facilitate the appropriate delivery of health care services; integrating quality person centre care to improve patient outcomes.
  • To provide professional, competent and efficient care which meets patients health and social needs and that promotes a reduction in the number of inappropriate hospital admissions.
  • To contribute to the practice goal providing the best clinical care.

Closing date: 22/04/2024

Salary: £17 to £18.18 an hour Dependent on experience

Tenure: Permanent

Hours: Full-time, part-time, flexible working

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YICT Health Care Support

Would you like to join a dynamic and successful team that is dedicated to supporting the health and wellbeing of patients within our community? If you are looking for a fresh start or seeking a new challenge, this role offers you the ability to develop a broad range of skills and capabilities across a number of disciplines, leading to further career progression.

Our service supports patients to:

  • Remain independent in their own homes, continuing healthcare assessment, rehabilitation, reablement and recovery.
  • Remain at home during an acute episode of illness and or injury, preventing unnecessary hospital admissions.
  • Come home from hospital earlier.

You will work closely with a team of nurses and specialist GPs, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, therapy assistants, paramedics, dietician and social prescriber to support patients’ individual needs, promoting patient health and wellbeing. This team is available to you to get support whenever needed.

Closing date: 02/05/2024

Salary: £23,400 (FTE) per annum core salary plus enhanced pay for weekend work (pro rata for part time hours)

Tenure: Permanent

Hours: Full-time, part-time, flexible working

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For any queries on vacancies and recruitment, please get in touch with our Human Resources department, who will be happy to advise you: nimbuscare.recruitment@nhs.net

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We are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children/vulnerable adults and expect the same commitment from all staff and volunteers.

Nimbuscare is committed to improving the diversity of its workforce to better reflect the communities we serve. We welcome applications from everyone and work to promote an inclusive supportive culture that values and celebrates our differences.

As a Disability Confident Committed employer disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria for any job advertised are guaranteed an interview.

Please note Nimbuscare does not hold a license to sponsor any visa applications and we are unable to provide any advice about visas.

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