NEL Commissioning Support Unit is an ambitious and innovative organisation that provides expert support and advice to NHS and other organisations to assist the delivery of improved health services. We deliver an extensive range of services including contracting, analytics, clinical services and ICT to name a few.
Our clients are based across London, Essex, Kent, Surrey, East Anglia and other parts of England.
We aim to be a trusted advisor and indispensable partner for our customers. We want to be an organisation that is thought of positively by people who work for us and with us and has a clear set of ethics and values that underpin everything we do.
To find out more about us please visit www.nelcsu.nhs.uk
Junior Consultants-Analytics: Band 6 or 7 depending on experience
Our junior consultants provide support across a range of projects as part of the multi-disciplinary team. Typically, they are involved in activities such as project management support, data and information analysis and stakeholder engagement.
We are looking for four junior consultants to join us and strengthen our team further.
In this wide and varied role you will provide consultancy support to a range of clients and lead exciting projects from across health and social care. This exciting role is diverse in its challenges and requires candidates to be well versed in project management skills alongside an ability to work well with analytical data and engage teams in change management.
We are looking for dynamic, motivated individuals that can deliver work as part of a multidisciplinary programme team or working to provide clients with end to end individual support as a trusted advisor. Candidates will be flexible in their approach to problem solving and be able to demonstrate an ability to draw on a wide range of skills and experience in delivering improvements to services.
We are particularly seeking applications from those with experience of Analytics, Health Economics, Modelling, and/or NHS Data Sets.
Interview Date: Assessments and interviews will take place in February.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
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