Job: Case Manager at the Health and Care Professions Council

4 December 2017

Location: London
Salary: £33,450 per annum (Band D)
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Closes: 6th December 2017
Job Ref: 002303
Working in the Fitness to Practise Department, you will be responsible for:

  • Managing and investigating complex cases dealt with by the Fitness to Practise Department
  • Contributing to the provision of witness support
  • Acting as Presenting Officer in Article 30 reviews, Interim Order and substantive cases

You will have experience/knowledge/skills consisting of:

  • A demonstrated ability of working with committees or panels within a complex framework and managing tribunal type processes, or the ability to do so;
  • A demonstrated ability to investigate, manage and progress cases with complex/difficult issues within defined timeframes and present outcomes of investigations to committees and panels;
  • Strong analytical, critical examination (including ability to conduct witness assessments), and report writing skills.

For further information and to apply for this role, please visit the HCPC Vacancies page.

For information on the HCPC please visit http://www.hcpc-uk.org/aboutus/

Closing Date: Wednesday 6 December 2017 at 9am
Interview Date: Monday 18 and Tuesday 19 December 2017

Please note that this role may bring you into contact with, or allow access to information relating to children or vulnerable adults. The HCPC therefore relies, as part of the recruitment process, on self-declaration and on criminal records checks to ensure employees are suitable to take up the position.

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Job: Tribunal Services Manager – Hearings at the Health and Care Professions Council

26 June 2017

Tribunal Services Manager – Hearings
Health and Care Professions Council – Tribunal Service, Fitness to Practise
Location: London
Salary: £44,000 per annum (Band C)
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed on: 21st June 2017
Closes: 27th June 2017

About the Role

We are currently recruiting for a Tribunal Services Manager – Hearings, this is a replacement role which reports to the Head of Tribunal Services and is responsible for the management and leadership of the Hearings Team within the Tribunal Services function of the Fitness to Practise Directorate.

About You

You must have strong management skills and be able to lead and motivate a team. In particular, you must be able to work autonomously, ensuring that all operational tasks relating to the management of HCPC fitness to practise hearings are completed within defined timescales.

You will be highly organised and able to effectively plan operational resources within a busy team and consistently deliver work of a high quality, often to tight deadlines.

Main Tasks

Be knowledgeable regarding all aspects of the processes, procedures and work of the HCPC and have regard for the relevant legislation regarding Fitness to Practise department responsibilities
Facilitate and lead on the recruitment and training of HCPC fitness to practise panel members
Monitor the workload of the hearings teams, ensuring targets, standards of performance and consistency are achieved
Develop and manage systems to improve processes and procedures operated by the Fitness to Practise Department.

Main Skills required

The proven ability and knowledge to manage, support and lead a team and motivate employees
Ability to present to large audiences and manage stakeholder feedback to the business.
Proven ability to plan and prioritise workloads under pressure and meet tight deadlines with minimal supervision
Ability to deal with people from all levels and from a diverse range of backgrounds including people who may be vulnerable and deal with these issues sensitively and with tact.

Application Information

Please read the Job Profile and Job Description for more detailed information and important dates relating to this role.
Please apply using the link to our online recruitment portal.

The deadline for applications is Tuesday 27 June 2017, at 09:00am. Applications by CV will not be accepted.

For further information please contact the Human Resources department on 0300 5008206.

The HCPC is committed to equality of opportunity and actively guards against unfair discrimination on any grounds.

Please note that this role may bring you into contact with children or vulnerable adults. The HCPC therefore relies, as part of the recruitment process, on self-declaration and on criminal records checks to ensure employees are suitable to take up the position.


Job: Associate Professor in Health Law and Regulation at Melbourne Law School

19 January 2017

 

Location: Melbourne
Salary: AU$140,758 to AU$155,072
£84,482.95 to £93,074.21 converted salary* p.a. plus 17% superannuation
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed on: 9th January 2017
Closes: 28th February 2017
Job Ref: 0042049

About Melbourne Law School
Melbourne Law School (MLS) is Australia’s first all-graduate law faculty. Melbourne Law School was the first faculty in Australia to teach law, and awarded this country’s first law degrees. MLS is ranked the Number 1 Law School in Australia and sits within the top 10 law schools in the world.

About the role:
The position is to take a leadership and management role in developing a successful programme of health law research and teaching alongside Professor Jane Kaye. The position has been established within the Law School but will work closely with the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences and other relevant faculties and schools.

About you:
The successful incumbent will ideally be experienced in establishing collaborations and developing research projects with healthcare professionals working in innovative areas of translational research. In addition, they will be expected to contribute more generally to the work of the Melbourne Law School in teaching and learning, research, engagement and leadership and service. For the first five years of the appointment, they will teach one subject in either the Melbourne Juris Doctor (JD) programme or the Melbourne Law Masters (MLM) in medical and health law. After that time they may be required to take on a full teaching load.

Melbourne Law School is an equal opportunity employer, and welcomes applications from scholars able to enrich the diversity of our community. In particular, we encourage Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.

Employment Type: Full-time continuing position

Enquiries only to: Professor Jane Kaye, Email jane.kaye [at] law.ox.ac.uk

Close date: 28 Feb 2017

For position information and to apply online go to: http://about.unimelb.edu.au/careers, click on the relevant option (‘Current Staff’ or ‘Prospective Staff’)  and search under the job title or job number 0042049.