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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 20/07/2022.

PCN GP Practice Systems, Information and Technology Manager

Job Reference: J196-A-22-2997

Employer:
Dorking Healthcare Limited
Department:
Primary Care Network
Location:
Redhill and Surrey Federation practices
Salary:
£40,000 pa

The role

We are pleased to share this exciting new recruitment opportunity to join DHC as Primary Care Network (PCN) GP Practice Systems, Information and Technology Manager. The PCN is currently undergoing a period of significant growth and change to remodel the structure with an aim of providing an inclusive and supportive structure for our team employed under the Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme (ARRS). This role is full-time.

The GP Practice Information and Technology Manager will work with the DHC Federation GP Practices to ensure they are achieving effective and efficient use of IT. Delivering an effective service supporting Practice Managers, DHC Managers and associated clinicians to implement and maintain their use of IT hardware and software.

The post holder will deliver an exceptional service for Practices within Dorking PCN, Redhill Phoenix PCN and South Tandridge PCN, working within a range of areas in an IT management role, helping to identify the right IT solutions for practices, sharing best practice, and assisting with implementation of new solutions and improvements to existing systems. You will work closely with GP Practice Managers, SCWCSU IT support, PCN staff and the DHC IT Manager but also use your own initiative, being proactive, managing, prioritising, planning and organising your own time, using and developing extensive knowledge, skills and experience.

About Dorking Healthcare

DHC is a GP Federation, representing 105,000 patients providing a wide range of quality healthcare services including elective care, Talking Therapies, community healthcare and primary care across Surrey, We are registered with the CQC (Care Quality Commission) and we are an accredited AQP (Any Qualified Provider).

DHC is working at the centre of the local health system to evolve and deliver integrated care and that requires strong partnerships with many organisations. In all of our services, we aim to put the patient at the centre of their care, make sure our services are easy to access by local patients and reduce waiting times for patients.

GP practices have been brought together into Primary Care Networks (or PCN’s) to offer services in the local community. There are four Primary Care Networks as part of the DHC GP Federation; Redhill Phoenix PCN, Dorking PCN, South Tandridge PCN and Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) PCN. The PCN’s are critical to the changing NHS and are the focal point of all locally developed planning and service delivery.

In return DHC offers staff the following benefits:

  • Competitive salaries
  • We provide opportunities for training and development
  • We offer membership of the NHS Pension scheme and minimum of 27 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Being part of a professional, friendly multi-disciplinary team
  • We aim to be an employer of choice and conduct annual staff satisfaction surveys.

DHC actively encourage and promote diversity, ensure all voices are heard and included and are committed to equal opportunities for all.

If you are interested in applying, please complete an application form, referring to how your skills, qualification, knowledge and experience match the requirements set out in the person specification in your supporting statement.

We will be checking applications frequently and will close the vacancy dependent on sufficient applications so we would encourage you to apply as soon as possible.

To discuss the role please contact: Tracey Fossaluzza, PCN Manager. email: t.fossaluzza@nhs.net




Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order (as amended) and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) to check for any previous criminal convictions.



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