Current Vacancies in NELCSU and CCGs

Community Services Manager (Adults)

Band 8c

Main area
Band 8c
37.50 hours per week
Job ref
Havering Clinical Commissioning Group
Employer type
Havering CCG
£61,193 to £73,696 pa incl of HCA
24/01/2018 23:59


The vision of Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge (BHR) CCGs is to improve the quality of care for patients and residents by working together and making the most effective use of the resources available to us.

The Five Year Forward View recognises that the traditional divide between different services, in primary care, in the community and in hospitals, is increasingly becoming a barrier to providing personalised and coordinated care. Much work has been done in BHR to develop strong partnerships between providers and commissioners of care in the NHS, Local Authorities and others, to develop networks of care that can provide a coordinated approach to delivering long-term care and using resources most efficiently and effectively.

The Community Services Manager is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated and committed individual who will lead on the commissioning of integrated community services that support people to live independently at home and deliver quality improvement and productivity.

The successful applicant will be expected to bring commissioning and programme management expertise to the programme of work, together with excellent communication, organisation and analytical skills and an understanding of commissioning now and within the context of new models of care set out in the Five Year Forward Plan.

We want people that are able to work across a range of different projects, can nurture good partnership relations, have creative flair, that can under pin our vision and with a good grasp of transformation practices.  The post holder will need to have great interpersonal skills and the ability to command confidence with our partners.

 Closing date by midnight: 24/1/18

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