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Vacancies at the CCG

 

 

Performance and Contracts Manager

The successful candidate will play an important role in supporting the negotiation and commissioning of contracts for healthcare services from a range of providers.

Salary: £31,696 to £41,787

Contract type: Full-time, fixed term, 12 months

Closing date: 27 August 2017

Interviews: 11 September 2017

This post is suitable for newly-qualified applicants.

For an informal chat, call senior contract manager Lana Davidson on 01625 663338 or email lana.davidson@nhs.net.

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Governing Body Member - Secondary Care Doctor (CLICK LINK) 

Governing Body Member - Registered Nurse (CLICK LINK)

Two exciting, key appointments are now available to join the Governing Bodies of NHS Eastern Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group.

Click the links above to view the recruitment packs for the Governing Body positions of Secondary Care Doctor and the Registered Nurse.  Application details are set out within the recruitment packs.

Closing date: Tuesday 22nd August 2017.

Interview date: first two weeks of September 

 

Governing Body Member - Lay Member for Governance and Audit (CLICK LINK) 

Salary:                        c£267 per day

Time commitment:    up to 3.5 days per month

Closing date:             8th September 2017

Interview date:           26th September 2017

As a lay member on the CCG’s Governing Body this lay member will bring specific expertise and experience, as well as their knowledge as a member of the local community, to the work of the Governing Body. Their focus will be strategic and impartial, providing an external view of the work of the CCG that is removed from the day-to-day running of the organisation. Their role will be to oversee key elements of governance including audit and remuneration.They will need to be able to chair a number of key CCG Committees.

This person will have a lead role in ensuring that the Governing Body and the wider CCG behaves with the utmost probity at all times. National guidance, and good practice, requires that  thepost also has a specific role for the CCG in ensuring that appropriate and effective whistle blowing counter-fraud and managing conflicts of interest systems are in place.

As with all our Governing Body members, the post will have a key responsibility in ensuring the CCG has a strong focus on improving health outcomes, addressing inequalities and variations in health outcomes and experience and delivering value for the population of Eastern Cheshire.

For further information about the post and how to apply CLICK HERE