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Registered Vaccinator

Job Reference: 896-MAN2021-338

NHS Manchester CCG
Primary Care
Parkway Business Centre, Princess Road, Manchester
£32,306 - £39,027

Manchester Health and Care Commissioning is a single commissioner for health and social care, comprising a partnership between Manchester Clinical Commissioning Group and Manchester City Council.

Manchester currently has 87 GP practices, three major hospitals, a mental health trust, citywide social care services, a range of health improvement services, and many voluntary and community organisations.

The values of Manchester Health and Care Commissioning are Positive, Fair and Collaborative. They guide how we work with our colleagues, our communities and health and social care partners to improve the health of our population.

An exciting opportunity has arisen to recruit to a number of roles as part of a new team that will support delivery of the vaccination programme across Manchester. This team will work closely with our Primary Care Network partners across Manchester to deliver a localised vaccination offer that will focus on supporting patients to receive the vaccine in areas where this may be challenging.

A key part of these roles will be the ability to communicate effectively will patients and providing reassurance when receiving their vaccine. The ability to speak multiple languages would be advantageous given the diverse communities and cultures we serve in Manchester.

The successful candidates should have experience of working at a vaccination site and be up to date in the relevant training for their role as required by Covid 19 Vaccination delivery programme..

If appointed you will be employed by one of our primary Care Networks to ensure that you are appropriately covered for clinical indemnity and governance..

Given the mobile nature of this work, you must have access to transport to ensure you are able to attend vaccination sites across the city.

Please note we are willing to consider these roles on a part time/job share basis.

MHCC is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community and workforce culture – a place where we can all be ourselves and succeed. We support flexible working and will consider applications on a part-time or job share basis. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities, and we particularly welcome applications from ethnically diverse and disabled applicants who are currently under-represented within our workforce.

We offer a range of family friendly, inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements, staff engagement forums, facilities, and services to support a diverse range of staff. …and, if you spot unhelpful or off-putting jargon in our job descriptions – please tell us. We will make sure we put it right so that you can continue your interest in applying for the role that inspires you. We want to hire you, and we have a growth mindset – so do let us know if we can learn from you.

Greater Manchester Integrated Care Board (ICB)

In February 2021 the Government announced a number of new measures as part of a proposed Health and Care Bill, including the creation of statutory Integrated Care Systems(ICSs).

In Greater Manchester we have been working as an ICS for the last five years – with strong working partnerships between health and social care and the voluntary sector. The creation of a statutory ICB will formalise the arrangementswe have in place and mark another positive step in our journey, which started with the health and care devolution deal in 2015. The statutory ICB will include a new ICS

NHS Body and Health and Care Partnership Board

From April 2022 (subject to national legislative approval) the commissioning duties of Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), including their functions and roles, will transfer to be delivered as part of the new Greater Manchester ICB NHS Body. This will mean that functions and roles may be delivered differently in the future, with place based and Greater Manchester-level teams working alongside each other.

MHCC is committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive workforce culture. We support flexible working and will consider applications on a part-time or job share basis. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities, and we particularly welcome applicants who are currently under represented in our workforce. This includes but is not limited to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates and disabled candidates.

In line with the Equality Act 2010, we guarantee an interview to all applicants with a disability who meet the essential criteria for the post. To find out more please ensure you read our additional information section.

Personal development is supported through extensive training and development opportunities.

We offer a range of excellent benefits including a pension scheme, 27 days Annual Leave, access to NHS discounts, Cycle to Work Scheme and Childcare Vouchers.

New entrants to the NHS will start at the bottom of the pay band.

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