Job Description

The Cornwall & Isles of Scilly (CIOS) Health & Care Partnership sets out an ambitious vision to:

  • Work together to ensure that the people of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly stay as healthy as possible for as long as possible.
  • Support people to help themselves and each other so they stay independent and well in their community
  • Provide services that everyone can be proud of and that reduce the cost overall

This role is a pivotal part of cross-organisational working to improve flow and promote people’s independence in Cornwall.

Building on a commissioned Discharge to Assess (D2A) model in Cornwall that has been designed across partners, the role will accelerate and further develop the new admission avoidance model and include Discharge to Assess and bedded processes and will work in close collaboration with key partners to implement it successfully.

The key aims are to realise better outcomes for the people we support, implement applicable discharge guidance and discharge patients to the right location for their most effective recovery, whilst utilising appropriate pathways and promoting positive multi-disciplinary team decision making.

Please view the role profile here, your application will need to demonstrate how you meet the required criteria. Please ensure you answer all of the pre-screening questions in full, within the application form. Guidance on how to complete your application can be found here – The application process

As well as answering the pre-screening questions we would also like you to upload a supporting statement to support your application.

Fairness and inclusion are at the heart of our vision for Cornwall.  In order to best serve our communities, we are striving to achieve a diverse workforce that is inclusive of all backgrounds, cultures and identities; e.g. race, disability, sex, gender, age, religion and sexual orientation. We are an equal opportunities and Disability Confident employer, and we will assess applicants on their merits.

Cornwall Council is committed to safeguarding and following safer recruitment principles to help make sure our staff and volunteers are suitable to work with children, young people and adults at risk. It’s a vital part of creating a safe and positive environment and making a commitment to keeping all service users safe from harm.

Whilst the location/work-base for this role has been specified our evolving ways of working means that the role may require you to also work remotely (e.g. from home/other locations). We will discuss this with you during the recruitment process.

This position will be subject to a criminal record disclosure check.

More information about working for Cornwall Council is available here.

We are happy to talk about flexible working options.

Closing date: 2nd July 2023.

Interview date: Week commencing 10th July 2023.

Email address for enquires:

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