- Advert number: 333256-0
- Posted Date: 11/06/13
- Closing Date: 24/06/13
Clinical Commissioning Group
Secondary Care Specialist for West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group
As a result of the recent changes to the way NHS services are planned and commissioned, there has never been a more exciting time to help shape how quality health services are delivered in your local area.
West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (WLCCG) works with the 50 GP practices across Charnwood North and South, North West Leicestershire and Hinckley and Bosworth, to commission and deliver quality health services to the 356,000 local residents.
We are looking to recruit an experienced Secondary Care Specialist (registered with the General Medical Council) with either current or recent specialist hospital working experience. Bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Board, they will lead on engagement with local secondary care consultants, to optimise the delivery of quality services provided by provider organisations.
You will need to have the right drive and commitment, and be able to demonstrate a range of competencies required to effectively contribute at Board level including; strategic thinking, clinical expertise, team working and excellent communication skills. The time commitment required is a minimum of two and a half days each month. You will initially be appointed for a term of two years.
For an informal discussion about the role please phone Dr Nick Pulman (WLCCG Board Chair) on 01509 567734.
Closing date: noon, Monday, 24 June 2013.
Interviews will be held on the afternoon of Wednesday 3 July 2013 in Loughborough.
For more information please visit the NHS Jobs website www.jobs.nhs.uk If you require an alternative format such as Braille, large print or audio please call Leanne Walker on 0116 295 7274 quoting reference 994-WL-005.
We value and promote diversity and are committed to equality of opportunity for all and appointments made on merit. We believe that the best boards are those that refl ect the communities they serve. We particularly want to hear from under represented members of the community who are able to make a real contribution to this organisation.