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NHS England and Improvement – North East & Yorkshire Region
EPRR Operational Manager – Band 8a
Location: Quarry House, Leeds
Interviews taking place week commencing 1st June
The EPRR Operational Manager will ensure:
- Their work stream is planned and managed effectively with successful delivery on time.
- Work alongside NHS providers, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and other partners including members of the Local Resilience Forums (LRFs) in North East & Yorkshire.
- Maintaining emergency preparedness and response for NHS England and ensure all providers are adequately prepared to deal with Emergencies and Critical Incidents.
In particular the post holder will:
- Ensure the yearly Assurance process is carried out successfully and on time.
- Attend and contribute to the Local Health Resilience Forums and their sub groups.
- Lead on situational reports required locally, regionally or nationally.
- Lead on technical correlation of data.
- Lead on the coordination of EPRR training and EPPR work streams.
- Lead on specific work streams e.g. COMAH and Mass fatalities.
- Attend and contribute to the tactical level forums within the LRFs.
- Deputise for the Head of EPRR as required.
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Further details / informal visits contact
Sarah Tomlinson, Head of Emergency Preparedness, Resilience & Response (EPRR) for Yorkshire & the Humber NHS England & NHS Improvement – North East & Yorkshire
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