CCG Vacancies

 CCG Vacancies 

The East Riding of Yorkshire area is a great place to live and work. It is a place where you and your family can go walking in the Yorkshire Wolds one week and visit a beach the next. Below you can find out about current vacancies that are available in the CCG and here is some information about living in East Yorkshire. We are an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of society regardless of disability, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief.  If you require any support with your application, please contact our HR team at hr.humber@nhs.net.

You can also search and apply for a wide range of roles in the NHS through NHS Jobs - www.jobs.nhs.uk.
 

Corporate Services Apprentice

Maternity Cover 1 year -18 months.

The Clinical Commissioning Group lies within the boundaries of the East Riding of Yorkshire covering 1000 square miles of rural, urban and coastal geography and is responsible for the commissioning of healthcare services for the majority of the East Riding of Yorkshire population. We are here to put local healthcare needs at the heart of local decision making.

Our aim is for patients to be central partners in their care and our vision and values reflect this:

Our vision:

‘Quality care, within budget, through partnership’

Our values:

'Partnerships, everyone counts, quality, leadership & integrity, involve, improve'

The post holder will be part of an effective administrative team whose responsibility it is to provide high quality administrative support to the East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group Senior Leadership Team.

The core functions of the role will be to:

  • To help maintain the CCG information and systems. This may include maintaining electronic records including procedure files, forms, leaflets, staff records and financial information.
  • To provide a telephone answering/message service for the CCG, dealing with routine enquiries and visitors.
  • To deal with incoming and outgoing post, faxes and emails, including general mail outs, and distributing to the team where necessary.
  • To help provide an efficient and accurate word processing and document creation service.
  • To work under the instruction of the line manager to develop an understanding of the service area and job role.
  • To work to deadlines, managing a range of tasks to meet the objectives of the job role.
  • To assist in the setting up of meetings and taking minutes when required.
  • To assist with the coordination travel arrangements when necessary.
  • To carry out reprographics and filing as required.
  • To type letters to professionals and members of the public.

The successful candidate must have good communication, organisational skills and be able to use IT to gather, interpret and manipulate information. The post holder will work towards NVQ level 2/3 in a relevant subject.

All applicants must be highly motivated, enthusiastic and show potential to progress.

For an informal discussion please contact Nicky Lowe on 07804095392 or nicky.lowe@nhs.net or Amy Bahl, amy.bahl1@nhs.net.

To apply: Click here to apply through NHS Jobs.
Closing date: Sunday 18 October

 

Primary Care Project Manager

THIS POST IS FIXED TERM FOR 23 Months.

The NHS East Riding of Yorkshire is pleased to invite applications for the post of Primary care Project Manager within the Primary Care Team.

The Primary Care Team is responsible for planning and commissioning safe, effective and sustainable primary care services across East Riding of Yorkshire. This is an exciting opportunity to work with multidisciplinary teams to transform good ideas into sustainable workable solutions designed to improve the quality of primary care services for our patients and citizens.

The will have a pivotal role in improving quality and the development of a thriving primary care community. The successful candidate will manage multiple projects in a constantly changing, sometimes pressured environment, and the ability to build effective working relationships will be a key requirement.

To be successful in this role, we are looking for candidates with an appropriate educational background, with a proven track record of project and change management, including the ability:

  • To analyse and interpret highly complex information and financial/performance data to influence decision making processes and objective setting at an individual practice level
  • To be accountable for the successful delivery at scale of any project outcomes and benefit realisation, as defined by the business cases, at each stage of development.
  • To work with CCG colleagues to develop and facilitate stakeholder and public engagement as appropriate to promote/disseminate information on progress and outcomes.
  • To be where necessary persuasive, diplomatic and motivational in negotiations with all parties or groups working within the various teams; break down barriers of misunderstanding by employing a high level of interpersonal & communication skills and to strive for a collaborative and early resolution of any potential highly contentious matters.
  • To provide robust support and supervision on an ongoing basis to those practices requiring the CCG assistance.

This is an exciting opportunity to be at the heart of transforming services for the benefit of local people resulting in real improvements to care, whilst developing your career in the NHS. The post holder must have extensive senior practice management experience over a number of years.

To apply: Click here to apply through NHS Jobs.
Closing date: Monday 19 October 2020