Haringey Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is passionate about serving its local people. We want to commission high quality, affordable local services to reduce some of the stark health inequalities in Haringey and improve outcomes for our population.
Our vision is to enable the people of Haringey to live long and healthy lives with access to safe, well co-ordinated and high quality services. We aim to achieve this by:
We need to achieve these aims against the backdrop of a very tough financial challenge. However, we will work with partners, including patients and the public, to ensure that we commission services in a way that is engaging, efficient, innovative, open, quality driven and inclusive.
Haringey CCG is a membership organisation made up of all the GP practices in Haringey and is led by a Governing Body, which includes local GPs.
About Haringey's Health
Haringey is an exceptionally diverse and fast-changing borough with a population estimated to be just over 267,000. Almost two-thirds of our population, and over 70% of our young people, are from ethnic minority backgrounds, and over 100 languages are spoken in the borough. Our population is the fifth most ethnically diverse in the country.
Life expectancy is rising generally, in line with national trends, however health inequalities between men and women, and people living in the West and East of the borough remain stark.
People living with long term health conditions such as diabetes, respiratory disease and heart disease is also quite prevalent in Haringey.
You can find out more about Haringey’s population at www.haringey.gov.uk/jsna
Haringey is an exceptionally diverse and fast changing North London Borough. We are very pleased to be recruiting a commissioning leader who will help us take forward our ambitious commissioning programme to drive improvements in the health and wellbeing of our younger population.
The London Borough of Haringey and Haringey Clinical Commissioning Group invite applications for a joint appointment to the role of Children’s Commissioning Manager [Band 8b]. The postholder will support the development of joint commissioning and partnership arrangements, working with NHS England, the Department for Education and other agencies.
You will be part of a friendly and committed commissioning team. The role will advise on, agree, implement and monitor local commissioning priorities in regard to children and young people with complex needs including those with mental health needs, special educational needs and disabilities and those in transition. This will include developing of models of care, reviewing of commissioned services and outcomes, needs assessments, development of service specifications, negotiation of service level agreements and performance management. The post holder will work closely with Clinical Leads from the CCG and Commissioning Leads from the Local Authority.
We now need to significantly expand the scale and pace of change and are looking for a dynamic and experienced commissioner to support this process. We welcome applicants with Local Authority or NHS experience.
Closing Date: Sunday 28th January
Interview Date: 7th February 2018
The postholder will have access to vulnerable people in the course of their normal duties and as such this post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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