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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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Health Improvement Co-ordinator - Cancer Screening

Band 5

Main area
Band 5
Fixed Term/Secondment - 12 months
Job ref
Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group
Employer type
Unex Tower
£27,628 to £35,530 pa inc of HCA
31/03/2019 23:59

Tower Hamlets is a rapidly growing, vibrant inner-city borough with a young ethnically diverse population who experience some of the highest levels of deprivation in the country. The population experience high levels of health problems: lower life expectancies, high levels of heart disease, diabetes and respiratory disease. The NHS Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) set up as part of the changes to the NHS in the Health and Social Care Bill 2012 is determined to improve local health.

The THCCG is a new clinically led NHS commissioning organisation which works on behalf of patients and the public to deliver improved health services. Our CCG works in partnership with the North and East London Commissioning Support Unit (NEL CSU) to plan, manage and commission local health care services.

The CCG is a membership organisation made up of all 36 local general practices committed to bringing about better health for the local population, constantly improving quality of services and ensuring that we make the best investments of the NHS resources allocated to us.

THCCG is committed to equality of opportunity & diversity in the workplace; all managers and staff are responsible for ensuring that this is delivered in practice. THCCG is equally committed to respect for other people and all managers and staff are expected to be clear of what is expected of them and for ensuring that they commit to this policy in their day to day working life.

Please note that all vacancies will be subject to a 6 month’s probation period in line with the CCG Probation Policy.

East London Health and care partnership (ELHCP) cancer programme

The ELHCP cancer programme is looking for three enthusiastic and committed members of staff to join the team in this new role.

This role is within the Cancer Programme of the East London Health and Care Partnership (ELHCP), also known as North East London Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (NEL STP), which brings together the area’s eight councils and 12 NHS organisations, who are combining their expertise and resources to ensure health and care services meet the needs of local people, now and in the future.

The ELHCP Cancer Programme aims to ensure that fewer people in NEL get cancer and for those who do, they are identified earlier and so have an improved chance of survival, with timely, equitable access to high quality modern treatments so that they live well after treatment and report a better experience throughout their care.

Raising awareness of cancer screening and encouraging to take part will lead to earlier diagnosis of cancer and increased survival for our population.

The post holders will work as part of the ELHCP Cancer programme team and work in association with Cancer research UK (CRUK) facilitators across NEL. Each post will have a geographical area of focus across NEL.

The post is ideal for anyone looking to gain experience of delivering collaborative projects across organizational boundaries, on a high profiled national programme within a population of need.

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Further details / informal visits contact

Sue Maughn - sue.maughn@nhs.net