Health and Care Partnership Manager
5 days left
- Fixed term or secondment until August 2019, with potential for extension.
- Based in our Worcester or Edgbaston Office
- Band 8b (£47,092 - £58,217)
NHS England in West Midlands and Shropshire and Staffordshire are working closely with local government partners through the LGA and ADASS WM as well as with ADCS and Public Health leads to promote effective partnership leadership and support to local health and care systems. This is aimed at meeting current service challenges at the same time as establishing effective longer-term and sustainable health and wellbeing for people in the region.
The Health and Care Partnership Manager will play a key role in supporting the LGA, local government, Health & Wellbeing Boards (HWB) and relevant NHS Organisations in delivering this ambition, including the implementation of the BCF plans in local areas.
The Health and Care Partnership Manager will provide some support directly and also co-ordinate other available support into the region, including expert national advice.
The Health and Care Partnership Manager will work as part of, and alongside, NHS England West Midlands PMO Transformation Team.
The Transformation PMO forms part of the NHS England (West Midlands) Commissioning Operations directorate and sits alongside day-to-day delivery assurance but focuses on delivery of longer term transformation. The Transformation PMO performs an oversight function which underpins successful delivery of a range of transformation plans and is focused on driving delivery of transformation across West Midlands. The successful post holder’s key roles and responsibilities will be:
- Supporting local partners to drive and assure delivery of the BCF
- Developing a BCF implementation plan for West Midlands (this includes Shropshire and Staffordshire), baseline the plan and track progress against it
- Reviewing and challenging BCF implementation progress (and documentation), identifying where delivery is not on track
- Diagnosing and problem-solving issues; developing and deploying solutions in partnership with others
- Working with wider NHS colleagues and wider partners to identify and deploy support resources
- Defining and facilitating developmental interventions, which enhance delivery of change
- Proactively sharing BCF knowledge, information and expertise across West Midlands (including Shropshire and Staffordshire) to support delivery
- Identifying and documenting delivery dependencies, across the West Midlands (in Shropshire and Staffordshire) and managing those dependencies
- Fostering a risk-based approach to delivery and management.
This recruitment is coordinated by the NHS. If you are interested, please apply through http://jobs.england.nhs.uk/job/v1221700