Opportunities to join PCC

17 May 2018

PCC is seeking two advisers to join our team to support commissioners and providers to develop and transform primary care services.  Both roles will include supporting commissioners to develop co-commissioning and support the environment to enable provider transformation to support primary care working at scale.  This will involve developing good working relationships with local commissioners.  Both candidates will need proven experience in project management, planning, client liaison, effective influencing, negotiating and facilitation. 

For the personal and team development post training and organisation development experience will be essential as will knowledge and experience of primary care

For the service development post understanding and experience of primary care will be essential as will knowledge of primary care contracts and commissioning processes, experience of collaborative working or federation development and experience of general practice.

The post holders will be required to travel extensively nationally and will need to be able to get to all locations as specified as part of their job, either via public transport or by car.  Overnight stays are expected.

These will be permanent contracts.  Salaries will be in the region of £42,037 to £57,801 depending on experience.

To apply for either position please send your CV together with a covering letter to Wendie.groves@pcc.nhs.uk by 5pm on Friday 1 June 2018 specifying which post you are applying for.  Interviews will be held in London on 13 June 2018.  If you have any queries in the meantime please contact Amanda.mason@pcc.nhs.uk.

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