Unique opportunity to help shape a national redesign programme within the NHS

The National CLEAR Programme for Anticipatory Care is recruiting Supervisors to join the programme and supervise primary care innovation projects for a nine-month, part time position.

This programme is supporting the development of Anticipatory Care approaches across Primary Care Networks (PCNs) and Integrated Care Systems (ICSs). Anticipatory Care is designed to support those patients who are at high risk of unwarranted health outcomes to live well and independently for longer, through structured proactive care. This supports the prevention of ill health in line with the NHS Long Term Plan, with the ambition that people will be able to enjoy at least five extra healthy, independent years of life by 2035. CLEAR will equip clinicians with the knowledge, skills, and experience to take the lead on transformation and workforce redesign projects within PCNs/ICSs alongside their clinical practice.

About the role

The CLEAR Supervisor role is an initial ninemonth, part-time commitment where you will be involved with the delivery of a national innovation programme, CLEAR. The role will involve supporting the delivery of a CLEAR project, providing adequate support and remote supervision of CLEAR Associates delivering projects in NHS organisations. Part of the role will also include education around the unique methodology and related topics to support your development and progress.

The education elements will be delivered through a virtual learning environment, Blackboard Learn, allowing you to engage with this from any location within the UK. You will deliver the CLEAR project at an identified PCN, supported through supervision from a local and National CLEAR Faculty to help ensure successful delivery and your development as a supervisor. Throughout this process you will be engaged with other CLEAR Supervisors nationally, to share your learning and shape ideas.

Participants who successfully complete the CLEAR Supervisor role will be encouraged to further pursue a CLEAR Fellowship or Independent Supervisor practice which will allow you to broaden your experience and learning through further projects in a variety of themes (including, but not limited to, urgent and emergency care, intensive care and mental health).

Applicants will need to be intellectually curious and enjoy interdisciplinary collaboration in a fast-moving work environment. Applicants must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.

The closing date for applications will be 5pm Friday 12 November 2021. We envision a flexible start date early 2022, more detail will be given on application.

For an informal conversation to find out more about the role, please email