Group Clinical Consultant
Do you want to work for a company, that wants a world where people have the freedom to live life to the full, in a place of their choice? Then Tunstall is for you!
Tunstall was the first to develop alarm systems for older people and has continued to lead the market ever since. With a team of almost 3,000 employees operating in 17 countries across the world, Tunstall works with health professionals and social care providers daily, to provide support to help manage long term health conditions and provide person-centred care.
Tunstall has pioneered the use of technology to enable independent living, supporting more than five million people and their families across the world. Through our regional response centres this enables us to develop digital solutions that enhance independent living and improve efficiencies in clinical care.
Salary – Up to £50,000
- Up to 9% combined pension contribution
- 25 days holidays + bank holidays
- Free eye tests
- Cycle to work scheme
- Retails discounts
- Subsidised canteen
- Free car parking
We have an exciting opportunity for you to join us at Tunstall as a Group Clinical Consultant
Main Purpose of Role:
Supports the development of the Group Telehealth market through a consultative approach that enables health and care organisations to implement Tunstall’s connected health solutions for the management of long-term conditions.
The job holder will report to the Head of Solutions Management -Health and is expected to support the customer in mapping existing care pathways, establishing appropriate intervention protocols to include the use of the connected health solutions in assisting with patient selection criteria, engagement with clinicians in primary and secondary care to support the deployment of the health solutions and the development and evaluation processes to support the overall programme objectives.
Principal tasks and responsibilities:
- Working closely with the Product Management and Development team to ensure connected health is offering relevant, up to date health solutions.
- Deliver clinical expertise to the product and development teams – ensuring product decisions are clinically sound and meet the medical objectives of the customer.
- Research and advise suitable clinical peripherals and devices.
- Working closely with the territories, to assist with scope, define and manage the engagement profile within assigned accounts to ensure that each deployment meets defined objectives.
- Working with Business Development and Sales Teams to support Health proposition selling cycle and development of territory business plans
- Support the Training Team as required when customer and internal clinical training is required
- Creating and reviewing clinical questionnaires within the health portfolio
- Ensuring revalidation and clinical supervision is carried out with accordance to NMC guidance
- Scope, define and deliver any relevant care pathway support initiatives with assigned accounts
- Ensure the clients ‘experience’ with Tunstall is supportive, professional, and engaging.
- Develop key relationships with all internal and external stakeholder parties involved
- Support relevant activity for clinical engagement and change management processes so health solutions are adopted
- Coordinate regular customer reviews to ensure the health solutions are been used and running efficiently
- Report all activities and progress to the responsible project manager
- Nurture and support clinicians on the ground who may become local, regional, or national advocates.
Knowledge, Skills and Experience:
- Registered clinician (Nurse) with relevant PIN with associated body
- Knowledge of long-term conditions
- Experience of delivering clinical training
- Experience of delivering care pathway support work
- Experience of working with primary, secondary and community services
- Confident in using technology
- Confidence and experience in presenting with challenging environments
- Ability to work as part of a cross functional team
- Ability to identify and understand developments and new trends in treatment practices