Senior Manager – Transactions and Advisory (clinical background)

Location
London (Central), London (Greater) (GB)
Salary
£63,751 - £73,664 per annum + benefits
Posted
12 May 2021
Closes
24 May 2021
Position/Level
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent
Language
English

Senior Managers at NHS England and NHS Improvement with a clinical background are part of a team which includes finance, healthcare and clinical professionals, management consultants and economists and come from a range of backgrounds including the health sector, financial services firms, large commercial organisations and regulatory bodies. Depending on previous experience, they can bring to the role clinical subject matter expertise and effective and robust clinical assessment, advice and recommendations, with an overriding focus on solutions, assurance and governance. If you wish to challenge yourself, make a positive impact in patient care, and also benefit from a healthy work life balance, our Senior Manager posts within Provider Development may be the opportunity for you.

Provider Development

The Provider Development directorate includes two teams: Provider Transformation and Provider Policy, who work with our regional teams, local health systems and the provider sector to ensure that we have strong and successful providers, working collaboratively within strong and successful systems, in the best interests of local patients, populations and staff. The Provider Transformation team works closely with regional teams across the areas of: 

  • Diligence and assurance of complex, high-risk mergers and other transactions; 
  • Supporting NHS providers and systems to diagnose the challenges facing them and to develop and deliver solutions for the delivery of sustainable services (such as via joint management across trusts, developing and implementing provider collaborative arrangements or developing strategic options for unsustainable providers); 
  • Developing the future provider landscape, for example designing new organisational forms to support greater collaboration; and
  • Overseeing the financial sustainability of independent sector providers of hard to replace NHS services

The role

As a Senior Manager, you will lead on project workstreams and present findings in a logical and convincing way that is tailored to appropriate audiences and takes account of political sensitivities. This will include commissioning and working with Senior Analysts to undertake analytical work relating to diagnosis, solutions development, assurance and oversight at provider and systems level.

Our approach is based on team and project working using a pool-based resourcing model; this enables people to broaden their experience and develop their careers, by working on different types of projects and with different people across the Directorate, combined with the benefits of having an individual based line management approach.

Although based in Skipton House (London), team members are currently working remotely from home. We anticipate returning to office from June, most likely based on a hybrid model of working, combining home working and office-based working. There will be some travel to visit different providers as part of the role.

What we are looking for

Educated to Masters level or equivalent level of experience working in a clinical field combined with broader experience of working at a senior level in a specialist area, you will be a strong strategic thinker with a track record in more than one of the following: identifying key risks/areas for improvement; quality or clinical governance, programme management, critically reviewing delivery plans (including plans to deliver service improvements ) in the context of complex organisational change, reviewing historical and forecast financial performance and financial positions and using this to help develop an informed view of future risks and performance; and presenting findings at a senior management or Board level. 

In the past, successful candidates have had experience of managing healthcare services, leading clinical governance programmes, planning or delivering complex organisational change, undertaking due diligence work, assessing business cases or working in strategy, governance, mergers and acquisitions, transaction services or similar. We welcome applicants with alternative, relevant experience. 

And in return

Provider Transformation is a friendly and supportive team, and we are committed to supporting team and personal development.  NHSE/I supports a range of flexible working patterns and aims to achieve a positive work-life balance while delivering an ambitious agenda.

How to apply

For full details of the role and the assessment criteria please click the "Visit Website"/apply button. 

A virtual information evening will be held in the week commencing 17 May 2021 to provide more information on the team and the role. Further details can also be found by clicking the “Visit Website"/apply button.

Applications for the role close at midnight on 24 May 2021.  Case study exercises will take place in mid-June followed by (virtual) interviews at the end of June. 

We aim to be an inclusive team which recognises that people have a wide range of lived experience and obligations beyond work.  We would encourage anyone that matches the person specification to make an application.  However, we recognise that sometimes people have a question about working in our team that is not covered in the job description or person specification.  If you have a specific question, or concern, you would like to discuss informally before you make an application to join the team and understand how we are supporting inclusivity, please contact David Lane (contact details can be found on our website by clicking the apply button).

NHS England and NHS Improvement is an accredited Disability Confident Employer and are Stonewall Diversity Champions. As an equal opportunities employer, we welcome suitably qualified applicants from all backgrounds.

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