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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 23/09/2020.

CCG Clinical Lead

Job Reference: 644-20-084A

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group
644 Chair & Non Execs
£285 per session (GP); £140 per session ( Non GP)

We are looking to attract a well-respected and forward-thinking clinician with a passion for ensuring we have sustainable health care throughout Cambridgeshire and Peterborough to take on the role of Clinical Lead for Learning Disabilities and Autism at the CCG.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced clinicians able to lead on:

  • NHS Long Term Plan for Learning Disability and Autism
  • Transforming Care Agenda: National and local priorities for LD + Autism Commissioning Intentions
  • Covid Response for Learning Disability and Autism Health care services
  • Learning Disability Mortality Reviews (LEDER) and Health Inequalities
  • Annual Health Checks

Remuneration will be £285 per session (3.50 hours) for GPs or £140 per session (3.5 hours) for Non GP . The role will be subject to an employment contract with the CCG.

This is a fixed term contract to 31 March 2021 for 2 sessions (7.00 hours per week)

The Clinical Lead will have an integral role working with senior representatives from providers within Cambridgeshire & Peterborough system and will be required to:

Undertake a programme of work as defined by the CCG.

  • Be responsible for the provision of clinical, patient management and pathway advice to a number of specific groups and individuals as required by the CCG.
  • Lead the development of CCG’s vision and strategy regarding both primary and secondary care, and ensure appropriate projects are in place to support the delivery of desired local outcomes and delivery of value for money.
  • Work closely with providers to ensure delivery of services in line with appropriate guidelines.
  • Act as the named person in CCG who will respond to issues as required by the CCG.
  • Advise on the quality of the care delivered by existing providers for the relevant services. Practically, this may mean attending some Contract Review meetings or ad hoc discussions with specific providers where there have been problems identified.
  • Work within the STP footprint to support the delivery of excellent patient care.
  • Contribute to the delivery of the ‘required improvement’ area within the Sustainability and Transformation Programme for delivery.
  • Monitor and report on the system performance against key national/local metrics.
  • Develop and approve projects (task & finish groups) that deliver improvements in patient care, as well as improving system operational/financial performance
  • Support whole-system planning (including with local authorities).
  • Support Vanguard and New Care Models (where applicable) to ensure good outcomes and supporting spread.
  • Support the implementation of relevant Better Care Fund (BCF) action plans.
  • Provide progress reports, as requested, to members of the CCG.

For an informal discussion please contact:

Dr Ben Curtis or Madeleine Coddington or 07763687400

Interviews will be held week commencing 28 September 2020

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG is responsible for the planning, organising and purchasing of over £1.1billion of healthcare locally. If you are looking for a fresh challenge, this is a fantastic opportunity to enhance your existing skills.

We value and respect the diversity of our staff and aim to recruit a workforce which reflects our diverse communities. We understand the importance of recruiting and retaining people who share the CCG’s values. In return we are committed to investing and developing our staff to achieve their full potential. We aim to ensure that no CCG employee or job applicant receives less favourable treatment because of their race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin or on the grounds of gender, marital status, disability, age, sexual orientation or religion; nor is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which are not justified by the job to be done.

All new employees to the CCG are subject to the completion of a satisfactory three month probation period. Candidates appointed to a role that requires a DBS will be required to pay for the cost of their DBS Certificate and to sign up to the DBS Update Service.

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