Associate Director of Operations and Strategic Partnerships
A large healthcare organisation is seeking a senior professional who is both operational and able to implement an integrated way of working at scale and with pace.
- Take the lead for the on-going development of the Strategic and Operational Plan for the organisation; These strategic and operational plans will set the context for the commissioning of services within the organisations operating budget;
- Work closely with the Chief Finance Officer, Head of Commissioning and Commissioning Support Unit, to ensure that the strategic plans are translated into accurate forward forecasts and that they satisfy NHS England and local STP planning requirements;
- Continue to develop and implement an effective delivery process, ensuring that the CCG’s strategic and operational objectives are met;
- Hold responsibility for the overall direction and delivery of the organisation’s approach to the Integrated Care Model ensuring that the CCG achieves an effective operating and delivery model which meets the needs of the population;
- Through Locality Leads , the post holder will ensure the engagement of the CCG localities and member practices in the strategic planning process and in the delivery of the CCG’s objectives;
- Provide leadership and mentoring to the Locality Leads within the organisation, supporting the ongoing utilisation of effective clinical expertise and leadership of the localities and member practices to strengthen and enhance the performance and delivery of the CCG;
- Extensive knowledge of the CCG/Primary Care landscape and their operational delivery model in line with Providers (inc. GP Federations);
- Excellent ability to engage with stakeholders, forming an integrated way of working with clinicians and non-clinical workforce;
- Thoroughly understand the STP model, 5 Year Forward View, ACS and QIPP schemes (demonstrable knowledge of achieving targets within QIPP);
- Held a senior management post within the NHS a sub board level within the last 12 months.