An exciting opportunity has arisen within an NHS organisation as a Senior Commissioning Manager – Stroke Pathways. The role will be based in the East Midlands on an interim basis for an initial 6 months with a potential to extend to 12 months, at a competitive rate based on experience.
The post holder will support the business in driving transformation as well as value for money in planning, commissioning, and service.Key responsibilities will include:
The ideal candidate will have:
- Providing subject matters expertise and liaising with the Strategic Clinical Conditions and Pathways Team;
- Supporting the Head of Service in the implementation of strategy;
- Playing a pivotal role in the identification, implementation, and resourcing of projects for the delivery of QIPP;
- Co-ordinating delivery of QIPP through relevant workstreams and commissioning managers;
- Co-ordinating delivery and fulfil PMO needs of organisation and STP;
- Ensuring appropriate resourcing and support is available for the operation of the team;
- Attending and chair necessary clinical improvement meetings, resourcing appropriate clinicians to support or lead project work;
- Deputising for the Head of Strategic Clinical Conditions and Pathways Team;
- Supporting and co-chairing all relevant workstream;
- Providing appropriate reports and updates as required for both operational and transformational meetings;
- Supporting the delivery of day-to-day activities and projects;
- Managing the team and driving delivery of a range of business initiatives and projects;
- Supporting the identification and sharing of best practice in employee engagement;
- Lead the team in the delivery of project plans, allocating tasks as appropriate, identifying risks, issues, and dependencies;
- Develop a comprehensive and cohesive plan for the transition period, which is consistent with the overall project timetable;
- Act in a way that is compliant with Standing Orders and Standing Financial Instructions in the discharge of budget management responsibilities;
- Responsible for making recommendations, providing advice and able to prepare strategic reports/briefings for the Head of Department, Steering/Reference Groups and others as required;
- Directly manage the team and responsible for day-to-day work assigned to the team;
- Responsible for the recruitment of team staff, chair of recruitment panels and acting as the recruiting officer;
- Support, motivate and develop staff within the team to ensure that they can deliver the new responsibilities of the NHS strategy;
- Plan, develop and evaluate methods and processes for gathering, analysing, interpreting, and presenting data and information;
- Deliver projects to comply with key performance indicators.
- Educated to master’s level or equivalent level of experience of working at a senior level in specialist area;
- Extensive knowledge of specialist areas, acquired through post graduate diploma or equivalent experience or training;
- Provide and receive highly complex, sensitive, or contentious information;
- Problem solving skills and ability to respond to sudden unexpected demands;
- Ability to analyse complex facts and situations and develop a range of options;
- Professional calm and efficient manner.
If you are interested in the role, please contact Donna Larder on 0161 241 9674 and send a copy of your updated CV to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your availability and rate.