Stockport Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) was formed in April 2013 and is responsible for ensuring that the 300,000 people registered with a Stockport GP have access to the health care they need.
The Commissioning Directorate exists to develop and transform pathways of care and services to deliver better outcomes for key population groups, e.g. for Children and Young People with SEND, frail patients and those at the end of life. Commissioners are responsible for ensuring high quality service provision drives improved outcomes at the lowest cost to deliver value for the Stockport population
Commissioning Manager – Band 7
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a permanent position in the Planned Care commissioning team at NHS Stockport CCG.
The post holder will lead commissioning projects to improve the quality of planned care, in Stockport as part of the CCG’s wider commissioning programmes. This will support strategic, operational and clinical commissioning objectives that seek to reduce health inequalities, modernise services and improve health outcomes of the local population as well as manage demand for elective care by diagnosing, treating and managing follow-ups for more people out of hospital, where clinically appropriate.
The post holder will play a key role in improving elective care across the system. The post holder will both lead and support projects as part of the overarching Planned Care programme which aims to improve elective care pathways across the CCG.
The post holder will ensure that projects are planned and managed effectively, and, through collaborative leadership, will work alongside CCG colleagues in commissioning, primary care, performance and quality, finance, as well as colleagues within the Local Authority, to support delivery of the CCG’s commissioning intentions and strategic objectives.
The successful candidate will need to have strong knowledge, technical and analytical skills as well as excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, and an ability to build strong working relationships across the system.
Please note, the vacancy will close once a sufficient number of applications have been received
For further details / informal visits contact:
Emma Ince [email protected]
Stockport, England, Greater Manchester, SK1, United Kingdom