Beacon UK is hiring!
We are growing! Beacon UK is driven by a commitment to mental health—and we’re driven by a team of talented people who are working each day to transform it. We’re always looking for experts in operations, strategy, clinical practice, and whole-system working. If you’re interested in working as part of a dynamic team at the forefront of the UK’s changing health care landscape, we want to hear from you.
All our job opportunities are listed below, with the job descriptions available by clicking on the job title (where links are unavailable, please request a job description directly). If you would like further information, contact us on 020 7307 2850 and ask to speak to a member of the HR team. You can also apply by emailing your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com. We’re keen to hear from individuals looking to work on a part-time or job share basis, as well as those looking to work full-time. As a progressive employer with a diverse staff group, we welcome applications from under-represented groups such those from LGBTQ and BME communities, people with a disability, as well as people lived experience of mental health problems.
Jobs in Birmingham
This role is in the Utilisation and Intensive Case Management team where you will work collaboratively with provider clinicians to identify whether children and young people are receiving the most clinically necessary least restrictive care; making data driven recommendations to address the barriers to accessing care. It can entail engagement and coordination with the young person as well as their personal and professional support network to enhance active discharge planning supporting their recovery and reducing their inpatient length of stay.
Jobs in Surrey
Our roles for our Children and Family Health One Stop contract are based in Guildford, Surrey. For all our roles, we’re keen to hear from individuals looking to work flexibly, on a part-time or job share basis as well as those looking to work full-time. We are also happy to accept applications from those wishing to work term-time only. Please state the working pattern you are interested in when you apply.
Working in the Children and Family Health One Stop, you will be managing incoming calls (referral and enquiries). You will also facilitate case flows within the service for allotted appointments, clinician advice, rapid clinical triage and professional referrals. You will be the initial point of contact for clinical queries, providing appropriate advice and guidance, and navigating the referrer/caller to the right care pathway or service in a timely and efficient manner with the aid of the Service Directory, in order to ensure the One Stop operates a no wrong door approach.
This is an exciting opportunity for skilled mental health practitioners to use their clinical skills in a new, challenging and strategic way to make a real difference to people’s lives. As a Senior Clinical Specialist (UM Clinician), you will be primarily engaged in staff facing interventions. In collaboration with local CAMHS teams, you will review the flow into and out of community CAMHS services. You will support effective care planning and discharge/step-down planning to ensure care delivery is clinically appropriate and justified at each level of care.
The Senior Child Health Specialist is a clinical triage pre-leadership role, with responsibility for managing incoming referrals and enquiries that come to One Stop via telephone, post and through our online portal. This senior role incorporates addressing referrals and queries that are escalated from junior members of the team due to complexity and/or risk, ensuring the safe and efficient processing of referrals to clinical services.
The post holder will work as part of the Single Point of Access team across the partnership and have specific responsibilities as a SPA Mental Health Specialist. They will be the main point of contact within SPA. Managing incoming referral and enquiry calls and facilitating case flow within the service for allotted appointments, clinician advice, rapid clinical triage and professional referrals.
Jobs at Head Office
Beacon UK has a designated corporate team based in central London. Its focus is on supporting operations, developing services and growing our capacity to transform care for people with mental health problems. As Beacon UK undergoes rapid growth, our corporate team provides specialist expertise to make sure we meet a high standard at a strategic, operational, clinical, analytical and commercial level. Responsive and flexible, it is a dynamic team with a commitment to doing things differently.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to provide guidance and support the organisation’s delivery of excellence in compliance, clinical governance, information governance, patient safety, clinical audit, risk management and organisational learning. This includes promoting continuous quality improvement in areas of clinical governance, information compliance and quality and delivering processes and systems to ensure compliance with regulatory and NHS requirements and best practice.
The Compliance and Governance Manager role will be key to the delivery of a successful Compliance and Clinical Governance function to support the clinical and business strategies for the organisation.
Specifically, you will be responsible for supporting the compliance and clinical Governance functions of the contracts ensuring the quality of the services meet the clinical and operational needs, safety of clients and staff as well as the overall Company’s objectives.