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It’s our staff that makes us one of the leading CSUs in the country. We are committed to retaining the best people in order to provide an excellent service to our customers. We invest in our staff by offering  excellent pay, benefits, training and career progression .

We currently have a very talented, enthusiastic and driven workforce who deliver innovative, efficient and effective commissioning support. We are a dedicated and innovative organisation, always looking for new talent to join us.

If you’re passionate about making a difference and want to work for an organisation where your experience and contributions are valued, join us at NEL.

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Assistant Director - Non Acute Commissioning (MTFS Recovery)

Band 8d

Main area
Strategic Commissioning
Grade
Band 8d
Contract
Fixed Term or Secondment for 6 months
Hours
37.50 hours per week
Job ref
947-CCCG-334
Employer
Camden Clinical Commissioning Group
Employer type
NHS
Site
TBC
Town
London
Salary
£80,713 - £93,464 pa incl of HCA
Closing
Today at 23:59

Camden’s population is diverse, growing and continually changing, and is marked by significant differences in health experience and outcomes between the most and least deprived communities. Camden CCG plans and buys health services for everyone in the borough. We are a clinically-led and member-driven organisation, made up of 34 General Practices. 

Our vision is ‘Working with the people of Camden to achieve the best health for all’. Our mission is to working with our partners and the people of Camden to deliver health services that offer the best health for all, which are accessible, responsive and cost effective.

We are focused on the successful delivery, with partners, of two key plans; the North Central London Sustainability and Transformation Plan (NCL STP) and the Camden Local Care Strategy. The STP covers how health and care services will provide the entire NCL population with access to the best possible health, care and wellbeing services. 

The Local Care Strategy is focused on improving the health and wellbeing of people in Camden through proactive, accessible, good quality care. The strategy sets out a shared programme of work to deliver an agreed single model of care for health and care services in the future. 

Camden is a diverse borough containing both Hampstead Heath and its famous swimming ponds and the housing estates of Sommers Town, and is home to some of London’s most visited tourist attractions: the markets, streets and shops that have grown around Camden Lock and its associated music venues.

Following the recent approval by the five CCG Governing Bodies in North Central London (Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington) to merge as a single organisation with effect from 1st April 2020 and NHS England’s approval of our merger application, we are moving forward with a single operating model.


This post is business critical to ensure immediate priorities are delivered within the NCL Strategic Commissioning Directorate, to allow progress in establishing the directorate which will be determined via a consultation process.


In accordance with the long term plan vision of transition from traditional provider commissioner relationships to working in collaboration with Providers, the new operating model establishes a Strategic Commissioning Directorate to enable greater consistency and coherence to achieve strategic commissioning priorities. This will be supported a new system accountability framework and performance framework to provide a consistent and comparable set of performance measures.


A key aspect of this directorate’s function will be working at scale with a single strategy and focus, and to drive consistency in the services we commission. As such, the postholder will start setting up a variety of strategic commissioning initiatives designed to achieve the vision and outcomes associated with the Long Term Plan. The postholder will be required to work across NCL to realise opportunities of a system wide approach to non acute commissioning and contracting that enables integration, builds consensus and achieves improved outcomes through:

  •  Being the personalisation lead across NCL and develop the programme of work to embed personalisation across the continuum of care
  • Developing and implementation of strategic commissioning initiatives linked to non acute services
  • Implementing NCL wide MTFS and repatriation initiatives for non acute services, e.g. mental health and community services
  • Developing and implementation of coherent NCL out of hospital services that supports sustainable acute and urgent care services

Interviews:   Wednesday 29 Jan 2020 am and pm

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Further details / informal visits contact

Sarah Mansuralli - sarah.mansuralli@nhs.net