COVID-19 Vaccination Programme Clinical Supervisor - Barking, Havering and Redbridge

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Location: Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust

Think you could deliver the Covid-19 vaccine? Now is your chance to be part of history for the residents of north east London.

We have a variety of newly-created paid roles available across both clinical and administrative roles with flexible shift patterns. We need people from all walks of life to help us as we reach this epic milestone in our fight against the virus.

As a COVID-19 Clinical Supervisor you be responsible for overseeing a team of Immunisers. 

You will responsible for:   

• Supervising clinical assessments of patients prior to vaccination 
• Supporting the reviews of complex medical histories, any potential adverse reactions and offering specialist advice as needed. 
• Ensuring the vaccination station, from set up to running the station, complies with relevant procedures
• Clinical supervision of safe immunisations  
• Supervision of drawing up and preparation of the vaccine before administration and ensuring that each vaccine activity is recorded. 
• Delivery of the safe immunisation service and assisting any agreed changes needed within the setting and service areas.
• Ensuring the best possible clinical outcomes by using up-to-date skills and adhering to policies and procedures

Hourly rate ranging from £19.43 (including outer HCAS) to £20.36 (including inner HCAS) depending on location of the vaccination centre.




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