- NHS AfC: Band 8a
- Full Time 37.5 hours per week
- Skipton House, 80 London Road, London, SE1 6LH
- Leeds or London
- £44,606 - £50,819 per annum
- 17/09/2019 23:59
NHS England and NHS Improvement came together on 1 April 2019 as a new single organisation. The NHS Long Term Plan focuses on delivering integrated care to patients at the local level and we can best support the NHS to deliver this as a single integrated organisation.
Our new operating model represents a strong shift to regional delivery supported by expert corporate teams. Local health systems are supported by our integrated regional teams who play a major leadership role in the geographies they manage.
We are jointly committed to creating and maintaining a fair and supportive working environment and culture, where contributions are fully recognised and valued by all and staff feel empowered to carry out their duties to the best of their abilities. As employers we are committed to promoting and protecting the physical and mental health and well-being of all our staff. This underpins our values as set out in the NHS Constitution, supports us to be an Employer of Choice and ultimately enables our employees to support the effective care of our patients.
A vacancy is available for an Engagement & Communications Stakeholder Adviser to work as part of a dynamic team in the Primary Care and System Transformation Group to shape and deliver an effective and wide-ranging local government partnerships plan – with a particular focus on housing.
The group supports the NHS in driving transformation through developing effective partnerships in health and care systems that can deliver improved health and wellbeing as well as value for money in planning, commissioning and service delivery. The role requires an excellent understanding of NHS and local government policy and the successful candidate will bring experience of working in a local government or relevant policy environment.
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