Senior Commissioning Officer
The Senior Commissioning Officer posts is within the Market Intelligence function of the Statutory Adult Social Care team, the work of which is described below.
Assist the Council in delivering it’s duties under the Care Act to support market sustainability and have an oversight of market quality and risk within the regulated services market (home care agencies, supported living providers and residential and nursing homes).
Collecting, matching and analysing data from a range of organisations and partners (the Care Quality Commission, credit reporting agencies, Commissioning Support Units within Health and social work colleagues), to inform Commissioning activity and interventions to help ensure our citizens are receiving good quality services and to protect them from harm.
Improve the outcomes of citizens by collecting their views and using a range of intelligence sources to underpin decision making.
Support the ongoing Covid-19 work by identifying outbreaks from a range of data sources and sharing information with health partners to ensure providers are given the support they need in a timely manner.
Reporting on performance; such as quality for the Council Plan measure, contract compliance, risk ratings, market activity through our micro procurement system (CareMatch Portal)
A back ground in Social Care or Commissioning for is not essential for this vacancy as we are looking for transferrable skills in analysis, the presentation of data and data management. The following skills are required for this post.
• Advanced Visual Basics
• Advanced Excel formulas
• Experience in establishing data collection and data quality processes
• Analytical experience
Interviews for this post will take place virtually via video conferencing. Shortlisted candidates will be provided with further information.
For informal enquires please contact Susan J Webb, 07921241063, email@example.com.
We welcome applications from people with caring responsibilities and flexible working options will be considered.
“Right to work in the UK documentation will be fully checked for all applicants. All non-UK applicants (excluding Ireland) may require a Certificate of Sponsorship from Birmingham City Council and must have an approved visa from the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) before any employment offer can be confirmed. Unless they are an EEA or Swiss citizen or their family members, already living in the UK by 31 December 2020, then they will need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) instead.”