Band D Cortisone Transition Training Team (CTTT) Specialist Instructional Officer

  • Job Reference: 100184
  • Date Posted: 17 February 2021
  • Employer: Ministry of Defence (Defence Medical Services, Whittington)
  • Location: DMS Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire WS14 9PY
  • Salary: £26,350
  • Sector: Administration, Government & Defence, Healthcare & Medical
  • Job Type: Full Time
  • Duration: 2 Years

Job Description

Summary Here at DMS Whittington, we are looking to fill a Band D Cortisone Transition Training Team (CTTT) Specialist Instructional Officer role. The CTTT is required to deliver appropriate training/support, in connection with the implementation of Defence Medical Services new Primary Medical Care Information System, in cooperation with the external training provider. Job description An exciting opportunity has arisen in the Defence Medical Academy (DMAcad), to be part of a critical training team, supporting the roll out of new Medical Administration systems across the whole of Defence Medical Services (DMS) under Programme Cortisone. This will be a dynamic and challenging role, working within a business-critical area of MOD, supporting an essential programme impacting future healthcare provision. Programme Cortisone is empowered to deliver the next generation of healthcare service provision for MOD under the following vision: “A sustainable, integrated, cohesive and enduring information capability that will fully and effectively support the delivery of evidence-based medical and dental health and healthcare outputs, in order to achieve the aim of the Defence Medical Services” Defence Medical Academy (DMAcad) deliver healthcare education and training to multiple and diverse roles for the entire DMS workforce. Based at DMS Whittington, they train both Military and Civilian personnel to undertake all aspects of their roles for both peacetime and theatre operations. The outputs of the CTTT are delivered under Programme Cortisone, but will be managed and delivered through DMAcad, and working alongside the existing Med IS training delivery team. Responsibilities Your primary role will be to deliver Medical Information System training and provide floorwalker support to military and civilian personnel in UK based MOD Primary Health Care locations, so could involve extensive travel, including overseas, and some overnight stays. You will also be involved in the adaptation and development of all training resources required for the role to ensure DMS compliance. This will be an evolving and demanding position as the landscape of the Cortisone programme changes through time, so will require a flexible and proactive skill-set, with the ability to positively adapt to new challenges. Whilst not specifically dealing with the infrastructure changes of the programme, you will need to be technically IT proficient, with a good understanding of software and hardware language, but most importantly an enthusiastic exponent of quality educational delivery. Main Responsibilities include, but are not limited to; • Deliver new Medical Information transition training and floor walker support, both face to face and remotely • Become Subject Matter Expert (SME) on practical application of the new Cortisone Med IS solutions, as well as existing Defence Medical Information Capability Programme (DMICP) Med IS solution • Mentor and coach personnel under training • Prepare training documentation and resources, including development and adaptation of training products to meet Defence Medical Services requirements • Work in collaboration with both existing DMAcad Med IS and the external contractor as required • Undertake all administration tasks required for both role and team, including returns, emails, meetings, etc Extensive travel will be required around the UK and there is the potential for future travel overseas to deliver training and support. Essential Requirements -Excellent knowledge of IT systems at a technical level, and high-level Microsoft Office skills (Word/Excel/Outlook/SharePoint, Teams) -Full UK Driving Licence Desirable Skills -Experience of delivery of software training to end users -Experience of working in healthcare/medical environment -Experience of compiling training documentation and materials -Former experience of Medical Information systems Please see attached Terms of Reference for the role and its responsibilities in further detail. Behaviours We'll assess you against these behaviours during the selection process: Leadership Communicating and Influencing Working Together Developing Self and Others Managing a Quality Service Delivering at Pace We only ask for evidence of these behaviours on your application form: Leadership Communicating and Influencing Developing Self and Others Delivering at Pace Benefits • Learning and development tailored to your role • An environment with flexible working options • A culture encouraging inclusion and diversity • A Civil Service pension Things you need to know Security Successful candidates must pass a disclosure and barring security check. Successful candidates must meet the security requirements before they can be appointed. The level of security needed is security check . People working with government assets must complete basic personnel security standard checks. Selection process details This vacancy is using Success Profiles , and will assess your Behaviours and Experience. The selection at sift stage will be based on your CV and the behaviours listed on the advert. The sift will be completed within 5 working days of the vacancy closing date. Interviews will be held at a date to be confirmed. Please ensure you demonstrate that you have the required skills in your CV and that you have saved it, making sure that any reference to your personal details have been removed from your CV prior to submitting your application. You will also be required to deliver a short presentation to the panel at interview (details to be confirmed if selected). Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, interviews will be conducted remotely. There will be no reimbursement for any travel expenses for the interview. This is a Fixed-term Appointment as a Band D Cortisone Transition Training Team (CTTT) Specialist Instructional Officer in the Defence Medical Academy. Your responsibilities will be as described in this job advert. The reason why you are appointed for a fixed period is due to the additional training required to transition from the existing Med IS platform to the new system. This post will therefore begin on your appointment and end 24 months after that date. You should be aware that when your Fixed-term Appointment at MOD comes to an end, arrangements will be made in line with the FTA policy. If you are a permanent MoD civil servant and are found successful for an advertised Fixed-term Appointment (FTA) you should move into the post under a Temporary Transfer (for up to a maximum of 3 years). At the end of the posting you will return to your previous MoD Business area. If this posting is at a higher grade, your promotion will be temporary, and you will return to your substantive grade at the end of the Temporary Transfer. If a Temporary Transfer cannot be agreed between all parties then a transfer on an FTA contract is possible, read the FTA and Change of Work Location in the UK policy for further information. If you are transferring to MoD from another government department (OGD) you should join the MoD on an inward loan. At the end of the loan you will return to your home (OGD) department. If a loan cannot be agreed between all parties then a transfer on an FTA contract is possible, read the FTA policy for further information. This post does not offer any assistance with relocation allowances. This vacancy is part of the A Great Place to Work for Veterans initiative, Making-the-civil-service-a-great-place-to-work-for-veterans.