NHS Enfield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for commissioning high quality and accessible community and secondary care health services on behalf of Enfield residents. We have 49 member practices, serving a patient population of approximately 325,000.
Our mission is: working with local clinicians and local people for a healthier future. NHS Enfield CCG is committed to working in partnership with our stakeholders and the community to achieve this. We believe that clinical leadership of commissioning will make a real difference to the health of our population and their experience of healthcare.
We want to put patients at the heart of our organisation and quality at the centre of all our commissioning decisions.
This is a strategic role within the CHC team and is accountable for delivery of CHC Quality Standards in line with the National Framework for Continuing Healthcare and NHS funded nursing care (FNC).
The post holder will take operational and managerial lead for delivering the service of Continuing Healthcare, funded nursing care (FNC) and personal health budgets. They will work with all stakeholders to ensure that service planning and developments reflect identified local needs.
The post holder will lead and manage a diverse team of staff including, assessment teams, contract and commissioning and specialist Nurse Advisor’s.
The post holder will oversee the quality assurance of CHC assessment and decision making in line with the 2018 CHC national framework and CCG operational policy, including complaints, appeals and disputes.
The post holder will actively manage the attainment of QIPP targets to support efficiencies throughout the CHC process and contribute to the NCL STP Transformation Programme for CHC.
The CCG is looking for experienced CHC NHS managers in commissioning and must be able to demonstrate leading change to achieve improved outcomes for their populations.
The post holder will be required to work across the STP at scale, social care and relevant stakeholders in order to support the CCG’s strategic plan to develop integrated care to improve the delivery of health and care services locally.
Please note that the closing date for submitting applications is Thursday 20th December 2018 at 23.59.
If you have any queries or would like more information about these roles, please contact Aimee Fairbairns, Director of Quality & Clinical Services, email at email@example.com or c/o telephone 020-3688-2829
Applicants who can clearly demonstrate how they meet our role profile requirements will be shortlisted for interview. To enquire about your application or inform us of any changes in your circumstances please ensure you quote your application reference number.
Please ensure you check your email account regularly as this is how we will communicate with you. Invitations for interview are sent by email only, so it is important that you monitor your emails once you have submitted an application online. If you have not heard from us within a month of the closing date you should presume that you have not been shortlisted.