- Advert number: 305327-0
- Posted Date: 14/06/12
- Closing Date: 29/06/12
Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Group
Secondary Care Specialist Doctor – Clinical Representative to Governing Body
The detail of the time commitment and terms upon which the appointment is to be made will be agreed with the successful applicant. An indicative time commitment is four to five sessions per month and the arrangements through which the appointment is remunerated will be dependent on individual circumstance; indicative remuneration of up to £300 per session.
Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Group consists of 35 GP practices in South Buckinghamshire. Recent NHS reforms have given us full responsibility for commissioning health services for over 320,000 patients within a budget of £300 million.
We have a new position on our Governing Body for a Registered Secondary Care Specialist Doctor. You will work as part of the team to spend the money allocated to us wisely whilst improving quality and experience of care and ensuring superior health outcomes.
The postholder will share the responsibility of the Governing Body to ensure that the CCG exercises its functions effectively, efficiently and economically. You will help to establish vision and strategic direction by bringing your perspective, informed by your expertise and experience.
You will be able to demonstrate strong clinical leadership when working with other networks and teams. You will have the communication skills to be able to truly engage with patients, public and member practices and to challenge decisions to ensure that their voice is heard.
The organisation is based at Amersham Hospital but the role will require travel across Buckinghamshire. You can request an application pack from: firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date for applications: 29th June 2012; interviews will be held week commencing 16th July 2012.
Enquiries please to Stewart George, Interim Chair on 01494 552260 or Nicola Lester, Development Director, on 01494 734554 or email@example.com
Please note: We are unable to accept applications from applicants who work for organisations with whom we have significant contracts.