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Chief Information Officer(CIO)

Salary: £competitive

Location: TBC

12-18 months Fixed Term/Secondment

 

Can you help us use data to transform our models of care? Do you understand the importance of looking at the whole population and identifying the groups who need specialist attention and help? We want to deliver real continuity of care to our residents and can only do that with new digital capabilities. You will have the full support of the a system wanting to invest. The BLMK Health and Care Partnership will form part of the first wave of Integrated Care Systems which have evolved from STPs and take the lead in planning and commissioning care. They bring together NHS providers, commissioners and local authorities to work in partnership in improving health and care in their area. BLMK Health and Care Partnership as an ICS will have the opportunity to contribute to future models that will shape future policy for the entire NHS and Social care systems.

Accountable to the Managing Director/Chief of Staff the CIO will be the senior manager responsible for the development and an overall delivery of digital strategy for the system. This is an opportunity to work across a system seeking to transform their models of care, based on much wider availability of digital capabilities. This role will lead the digital transformation objectives as set by the BLMK CEO Group and focus on realising the expected benefits.

The CIO will support the Managing Director/Chief of Staff and will have particular responsibility for ensuring that at all stages the BLMK’s Digital programme is delivered with necessary  public consultation, appropriate information governance and within all regulatory assurance frameworks. Healthcare and social care informatics are a highly regulated environment; and as CIO you will work alongside the Managing Director/Chief of Staff to provide assurance to the wider range of stakeholders including provider trusts, commissioners, regulators and local authorities.

This is a unique opportunity to shape the NHS and Social Care system of the future through the provision of industry leading informatics, information systems and technology leadership for a pioneering programme across the health and care economy.

You must have extensive knowledge of information management gained through leadership of informatics functions and board level representation. You will be commercially aware, abreast of the developments in supplier capabilities, and ready for the challenge of providing high profile collaborative leadership to a transforming system.

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Closing date for applications: 9th May 2018

 

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BLMK Director of Resources (DoR)

Salary: £competitive

Location: TBC

12-18-month Fixed Term/Secondment

 

Help us re-design the health and social care system to meet the needs of our population. With a million people, and a budget of over £1bn, we know we can deliver much better outcomes, but need a strategic innovator with in-depth experience of NHS finances. Can you broker, influence, challenge and re-design based on strong relationships developed with partners, despite the informal nature of the role. BLMK Health and Care Partnership forms part of the first wave of Integrated Care Systems (ICS) which have evolved from STPs and take the lead in planning and commissioning care. They bring together NHS providers, commissioners and local authorities to work in partnership in improving health and care in their area. BLMK Health and Care Partnership as an ICS will have the opportunity to contribute to future models that will shape future policy for the entire NHS.

The Director of Resources (DoR) will be the “de facto” lead for BLMK’s Financial performance, with responsibility for developing and implementing the BLMK Health and Care Partnership financial strategy and playing an active role in the determination and delivery of wider corporate strategy. You will support the commissioning and delivery of high quality services which reflect the needs and improve the health of local people.

As a collaborative leader you will have the ability to create strong working relationships with external and internal stakeholders through engagement and negotiating, enabling the local health economy to be financially sustainable and resilient.

As a DoR you will have previously established an outstanding record in a senior financial management on both the purchaser and provider sides of the NHS. You will have worked as a Board level director for many years and be looking for your next challenge.

 

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Closing date for applications: 9th May 2018

 

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BLMK Director of System Re-engineering

Salary: £competitive

Location: TBC

12-18-month Fixed Term/Secondment

 

Help us re-design the health and social care system to meet the needs of our population. With a million people, and a budget of over £1bn, we know we can deliver much better outcomes, but need a strategic innovator with in-depth experience of the health and care system. Can you broker, influence, challenge and re-design our system, based on strong relationships developed with partners, despite the informal nature of the role? BLMK Health and Care Partnership forms part of the first wave of Integrated Care Systems (ICS) which have evolved from STPs and take the lead in planning and commissioning care. They bring together NHS providers, commissioners and local authorities to work in partnership in improving health and care in their area. BLMK Health and Care Partnership as an ICS will have the opportunity to contribute to future models that will shape future policy for the entire NHS.

The Director of System Re-engineering will be responsible for developing and implementing the BLMK Health and Care Partnership System Redesign, playing an active role in the determination and delivery of wider corporate strategy. You will support the commissioning and delivery of high quality services which reflect the needs and improve the health of local people.

As a collaborative leader you will have the ability to create strong working relationships with external and internal stakeholders through engagement and negotiating, enabling the local health economy to be financially sustainable and resilient.

You will have previously established an outstanding record in a senior management within the Health and Care system, and had experience as both a purchaser and service provider. You will have worked as a Board level director for many years and be looking for your next challenge.

 

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Closing date for applications: 9th May 2018

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