Job Purpose

ECC Adult Social Care, through effective practice, is moving towards a transformational shift from a focus on long-term care support, to a model with four key principles:- prevention; early intervention; enablement and safeguarding. This will enable people, their families and carers to be able to access information and tools to live healthily and independently. Providing an opportunity to respond pro-actively to growing service demand in a sustainable way, within the financial constraints of the Council.

This role has specific responsibility for the co-ordination necessary for the effective delivery of the Health Equalities Strategy and all associated national programme requirements, including those under Transforming Care for Care and Treatment Reviews and the Learning Disability Mortality Review (LeDeR) Programme.

Service/Functional Accountabilities

Arrange contact or meetings with organisational/individual stakeholders, including families of the deceased individuals, within the LeDeR Programme, to take minutes, collate information and prepare documentation as required.

Responsible for maintaining an up-to-date list of local LeDeR Reviewers, ensuring all case allocations and progress is accurately recorded.

Develop and manage systems to ensure safe retrieval, storage and return of any medical notes, social care files or other sensitive personal data, ensuring timely progression of reviews and other projects and the escalation of any issues to the Learning Disabilities Commissioner.

Work collaboratively both nationally and regionally, to ensure local processes for the delivery of the Health Equality Programme remains in line with national requirements.

Specific individual and shared targets and objectives are defined annually within the performance management framework.

Skills, Knowledge and Experience

Educated to RQF level 3 (A level) or equivalent by experience.

Evidence of development within role.

Awareness of a range of health or social care services and the national initiatives relating to LD and Autism.

Able to work on own initiative, organising and prioritising own workload to set deadlines, evidencing problem solving skills.

Good communication skills, both verbal and written, with the ability to work effectively as part of a team.

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