Triangle of Care UK Programme Lead

Carers Trust

Triangle of Care UK Programme Lead

£45000

Carers Trust, Blythswood New Town, Glasgow City

  • Full time
  • Permanent
  • Onsite working

, 8 Jul | Get your application in now before you're too late!

Closing date: Closing date not specified

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Full Job Description

Do you have a commitment to driving service improvement at scale for carers across a range of sectors and different providers? Do you enjoy developing and managing diverse stakeholder relationships with carers, practitioners and policy makers? Do you have a sound strategic understanding of the challenges that are faced by NHS and Local Authority services in achieving effective support for carers? If so, Carers Trust would like to hear from you!

The Triangle of Care UK Programme Lead has responsibility for managing the implementation of the Triangle of Care. This dynamic quality improvement framework, pioneered by carers within secondary mental health settings and now recognised within wider national policy, is based on six principles which health and care providers can use to include and support unpaid carers, staff and those receiving care.

This role is the key point of communication for Triangle of Care members, leading on delivery of the Triangle of Care peer review and accreditation process and working closely with the Director of UK Network & Innovation and Executive Director of Programmes & Impact to grow and diversify the programme, in line with Carers Trust 2022-25 Strategy.

  • Experience of working with others to develop and deliver a programme of stakeholder engagement nationally and locally

  • An understanding of the carer landscape across statutory services, particularly in relation to secondary mental health services

  • An understanding of Business and Product development in the context of a scheme or initiative that delivers a paid-for or 'freemium' model

  • Experience of developing and/or leading quality assurance and improvement projects

  • Evidence of creating and cultivating new relationships and ways of working

  • Effective communication skills (verbal and written) that can be flexed across a diverse range of audiences