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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 13/01/2019.

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Assistant Director for Learning Disability and Autism Commissioning

Job Reference: L43-301

Employer:
Norfolk County Council
Department:
Adult Social Services
Location:
Norwich
Salary:
Up to £83,000 pa

THIS POST IS EMPLOYED BY NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL AND YOUR CV WILL BE SHARED WITH THOSE INVOLVED IN THE PROCESS.

 

Up to £83,000 per annum (including market supplement) + benefits + relocation allowance

37 hours per week

This is an exciting opportunity to shape and improve the care market in Norfolk for people with Learning Disability (LD) and Autism through strengthening relationships with the community and providers. This senior role will Implement the integrated health and social care commissioning strategies for both people with LD and Autism in Norfolk, transforming and maximising care and support services to the best effect.

Supporting the Partnership Boards for both LD and Autism you will secure robust engagement, co-production and partnership among individuals and stakeholders and inform Joint Commissioning arrangements in Norfolk on behalf of NCC, and Norfolk’s Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs). You will contribute and influence Adult Social Care’s senior management, Norfolk and Waveney NHS Chief Officers Group, the Norfolk and Waveney STP Executive and NCC Members in the development and implementation of joint commissioning for LD and Autism in line with the Care Act and the NHS 5 Year Forward View.

You will think ambitiously and innovatively for the long-term improvement in outcomes for Norfolk’s vulnerable adults with professional credibility to ensure confidence and respect of Council Members, senior managers, employees, partners and stakeholders.

With a post graduate level qualification, you will have expert knowledge of public services commissioning. You will require a clear understanding of the government transformation in social care agenda and political and professional developments within the arena of care and health services.

Your commitment and passion will drive improvements to the real-life experiences of vulnerable adults, lead new approaches, overcome obstacles and have the resilience to challenge existing ways of doing things. With significant experience as a senior manager you will evidence expertise of successfully managing LD and Autism service transformation programmes in a large organisation.

In addition to a highly competitive salary package, we’ll support your relocation to the beautiful city of Norwich.

Closing date : 13 January 2019

Final appointment process: 4 February 2019

 





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