NHS Camden CCG has an excellent opportunity for an experienced and credible senior leader to join as the new Assistant Director - Community Commissioning and Transformation.
This is a vital role in our strengthened Primary and Community Commissioning team, reporting directly to the Deputy Chief Operating Officer/Director of Primary and Community. We are seeking a talented individual who can work effectively with a wide range of stakeholders to drive forward plans to transform Camden Community services.
You will take responsibility for the strategic commissioning and performance management of Camden CCG Community contracts and play a pivotal role in delivering a range of transformational and cross-cutting priorities for our Primary and Community Care Directorate.
If you have the commitment, motivation and skill needed to deliver an ambitious portfolio and improve outcomes for Camden residents, we’d love to hear from you.
Camden CCG plans and buys health and care services for our local population. We are here to ‘work with the people of Camden to achieve the best health for all’. We are a clinically led organisation made up of 34 member practices. The CCG is dynamic and fast-paced with plentiful opportunities to apply your experience, and to learn and develop.
Our population is incredibly diverse, growing and continually changing. Camden includes significant areas of affluence and of deprivation which translates to inequalities in experience and outcomes between the most and least deprived communities.
About the role
Job Type: Permanent
Working pattern: 37.5 hours per week
Pay Scheme: Agenda for Change
Pay Band: 8D + Inner London Allowance
Staff Group: Managerial
Further information about the role and the experience and attributes required to be successful can be found in the job description and person specification.
If you would like to discuss the role before applying please contact our colleague Alex Titley at email@example.com
Panel interviews will take place on the week commencing 4th February 2019.
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