CV, HR/Medical Workforce Manager

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 16876

Skills keywords: hr management, project management, recruitment management
Short Bio:

HR/Medical Workforce Manager with experience in project management and recruitment. A lot of experience working within Hospitals including project work, recruitment, departmental management. Nominated for the Brettan Britain Award with relation to innovation within the NHS.

Current location: England, United Kingdom - View on map
Nationality: British
Preferred Sector of Employment:  HR and Recruitment, General Management, Oil, Gas and Energy
Spoken languages: english
Location I am interested in working: Anywhere


GCSE’s – 10 GCSE’s (All Passed)

GNVQ – Information Communication Technology – Distinction

AVCE – Information Communication Technology – B, C

OCN – Web Page Design – Pass

Various Internal NHS Qualifications – Including Leadership & Management

Career Summary

Birmingham Children’s Hospital – Medical Workforce Manager
November 2013 – Present

Duties: Senior manager of the Medical Workforce team in charge of all operational elements that included Medical Recruitment, Deanery Rotation, Job Planning, Policy Development, Clinical Excellence Awards, Rota Design and Rota Monitoring. Within my team I had a Deputy Manager and two Administrators. The role was responsible for ensuring the strategic management of the team conjoined with Hospitals vision and values. Advising the Executive board of any proposed changes, nationally or locally, that would have a potential impact upon the team and its objectives. Ensuring robust systems were in place to record all data relevant to the team’s processes. Ensured provision of sound advice on grievances, disciplinary, disputes, complaints and associated procedures in respect of medical staff, in order to promote good working practices and reduce the risk of litigation for the Hospital. I was responsible for the annual performance of the team; to agree and meet development needs and a personal development plan. I was also responsible for setting clear objectives, both personal and departmental, in line with strategic objectives of the wider aims of the Hospital.

Birmingham Children’s Hospital – EWTD Project Advisor
February 2013 – November 2013

Duties: Working on a project for the Hospital with regards to review and overhaul of all doctors Rota’s. Analysing all data with regards to departmental Rota’s, the resources of each department, departmental service requirements. Monitoring of all rota’s and identifying which departments needed further review and restructured. Ensuring the project was communicated across the Hospital effectively, creating documentation to support the communication and creating an online presence for the project team. Providing and running Rota training for employees at the Hospital, which included understanding, designing and running rota’s as well as explanation of how WTD and New Deal work.

George Eliot Hospital – HR/Medical Staffing Officer
February 2009 – February 2013

Duties: management of the medical staffing department, recruitment of doctors, creating and managing all medical Rota’s for the hospital, monitoring of working rota’s, creating ward management systems, managing doctor’s annual leave and sick leave, recruiting locum doctors when necessary, attending medical and surgical directorate meetings, aiding with reduction of directorate expenditure, liaising with the Deanery, GMC and BMA, monitoring medical workforce, auditing on medical staffing, aiding with development of Hospital policies

Locums Excite – Recruitment Consultant
December 2007 – February 2009

Duties: Managing a recruitment team (four staff members), supplying locums to the company’s clientele, developing business plans to expand the growth of Locums Excite, resourcing locums and clientele, creating income/expenditure reports and area growth reports

Dairy Crest – Customer Service Executive
November 2006 – November 2007

Duties: Raising Purchase Orders, managing own customer accounts, chasing suppliers, dealing with customers and suppliers via phone and e-mail, maintaining and creating various spreadsheets, taking full responsibility for own work, communicating to other members of team, working to exact deadlines, being able to take on other team members accounts on short notice, taking audit reports, general admin duties

TSC – Helpline Advisor
November 2005 – September 2006

Duties: Maintaining and updating company database, dealing with customers via phone

Robert Pretties – Administrator
February 2005 – August 2005

Duties: Maintaining and updating company database, dealing with customers via phone, checking timesheets for employees, filing purchase order files and delivery notes

The Sandwich Factory – IT/Engineering Administrator
October 2004 – February 2005

Duties: managing a monthly budget, keeping stock checked and ordering when needed, dealing with company reps and potential reps, creating and managing databases, helping staff with general PC problems, creating end of month reports showing expenditure for departments

TNT Logistics Center – Administrator
September 2004 – October 2004

Duties: maintaining database systems, general admin duties

Melbick’s Garden Centre – Administrator
August 2004 – September 2004

Duties: basic admin duties, keeping customer records in orders, updating order system