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      Senior Commissioning Support Officer x2

      National Health Service
      Salary : 38,890.00 - 44,503.00  per year
      Posted : 2020-11-18

      Job Reference: 134-NTYNE-2020-005

      Employer:
      North of England CCGs
      Department:
      134 Commissioning 575296 - North Tyneside
      Location:
      NORTH SHIELDS
      Salary:
      £38,890 to £44,503 pa (Subject to job evaluation)

      NHS North Tyneside Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is seeking to recruit an experienced, self-motivated individual to join the team.

      North Tyneside CCG, in the North East of England, comprises of 25 GP practices. The CCG has responsibility for commissioning health services for approximately 215,000 people with a budget of about £292 million.

      Working under the direction of either the Deputy Director Commissioning and Corporate Development or Deputy Director Commissioning and Performance, including commissioning, procurement, contracts, performance management, corporate development and transformation.

      The post holder will provide a key supporting role to lead officers, contributing their expertise in commissioning, transformation and corporate development. The post holder will contribute and in some instances lead the following functions in relation to commissioning, transformation and corporate development:

      • Developing, implementing and monitoring action plans
      • Undertake service reviews and ensure actions are implemented

      • Re-design of care pathways across all domains

      • Supporting and in some instances leading on commissioning and contract management across various providers

      You must be a flexible, motivated and innovative with a ‘can-do' attitude. You will have excellent organisational and interpersonal skills. You will be autonomous, able to manage conflicting priorities have the ability to analyse complex data, have an understanding of the public sector and a demonstrable experience in the healthcare environment. You will also have demonstrable skills in developing and delivering on significant service redesign projects and experience of managing risks and reporting of them.

      You will be educated to degree level and you will have evidence of continued professional development with experience of coordinating in complex and challenging environments. The post would suit a dynamic individual with strong communication skills and who is committed to the delivery of excellent healthcare and collaborative working.

      Closing Date: 2 December 2020

      Interview Date: 16 December 2020

      If you would like to discuss the post further, please contact:

      Gary Charlton, Deputy Director of Commissioning & Corporate Development
      Email: [email protected]
      Phone: 0191 293 1141

      Janet Arris, Deputy Director of Commissioning & Performance
      Email: [email protected]
      Phone: 0191 293 1175