Job role: Senior Specialist Dietitian.
Job sector: Healthcare.
Job Type: Part-time.
Country: United Kingdom.
Salary: £51,488 – £57,802 per year.
About the Job.
Are you keen to be part of a specialist dietetic team? We are looking for a dynamic, enthusiastic, and confident individual and currently welcoming applications for an experienced Band 7 Dietitian to join our team. Applicants must have a minimum of 3 years experience of which 1 year must be specific to Oncology and preferably Head & Neck.
University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH) is one of the most complex NHS trusts in the UK, serving a large and diverse population. We provide academically led acute and specialist services, to people from the local area, from throughout the United Kingdom and overseas. Our vision is to deliver top-quality patient care, excellent education, and world-class research.
- You should have leadership skills, the ability to work well within teams, and be able to manage your time effectively.
- Effective communication and negotiation skills.
- Thinking differently with a focus on quality, efficiency, and productivity is central to the culture of the head and neck dietetic team.
- We are a forward-thinking department of almost 50 Dietitians and dietetic assistants and are committed to professional development. You will be involved in student training initiatives.
The successful applicant will be based at University College London (UCH), part of UCLH NHS Foundation Trust. The post holder will provide cover to head and neck patients within their care pathway in the inpatient or outpatient setting. The dietetic team is responsible for managing patients throughout their pathway from a referral, during treatment and rehabilitation, and long-term care. Also, we have an established service with extended scope practice for leading the enteral feeding tube service. The dietetic team is based with the Head & Neck team and well integrated within all aspects of the service creating opportunities for development at different stages of the pathway across the multidisciplinary team.