We are looking for an innovative, ambitious, high quality individual, to join our commissioning team and help us to make improvements in health outcomes, reduce health inequality and improve patient experience. We are now seeking a Project Manager with the necessary background and expertise to provide senior level knowledge and experience of commissioning, programme management and service change.
Medway Clinical Commissioning Group plays a key role in delivering the NHS reforms for the benefit of the people of Medway. Our 51 member practices look after more than 303,000 registered patients in Medway, and we cover the same geographical area as Medway Unitary Authority.
Working with the Deputy Chief Operating Officer you will lead on a portfolio of projects that will include working with our stakeholders to improve our urgent and planned care provision. You will work with the team to deliver the operational and strategic objectives of the Clinical Commissioning Group, including the General Practice Forward View, Right Care and the Kent and Medway Sustainability and Transformation Plan.
To discuss the roles please contact Sharease Gibson, Senior Programme Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01634 335154
Our values underpin everything we do; from how we make Governing Body level decisions and behave on a daily basis to how we recruit staff. To determine whether your values align to those of the CCG you are expected to demonstrate your ability to adhere to the values within your application form. You will not be shortlisted if you fail to provide evidence to support the values in line with the person specification for the role. CCG interview process will consist of competency based and values-based interview questions.
Further information on the CCG values can be found on the additional documentation area.
Agency Contact: No unsolicited recruitment agency telephone calls or emails.
Our Vision: ‘From reactive to proactive for a healthier Medway’
To actively work to help people keep healthy and active and live longer healthier lives; not waiting until people become unwell for the health service to see them.
Our Values: ‘How to make Medway a healthier place’
We respect, listen to and value people and the contribution that they make
We respect that clinical engagement is core to the success of our CCG and we all have a role in contributing to success
We respect that the patient is at the heart of what we do
Openness and honesty
We act fairly, ethically and honestly
We are realistic about our targets and aim to use our resources to achieve the best possible outcomes for Medway residents
We are transparent in what we do and are proud to serve the people of Medway
Commitment and determination
We are committed and determined to improving care for the people of Medway
We are a “can do, will do” organisation
Collaboration and Innovation
We challenge ourselves to find better ways of doing things, drawing on the experience and expertise of our clinicians from member practices
We are proactive in encouraging and embracing innovation to improve the quality of NHS services
We share good practice and improve services where we can by listening to the people of Medway
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