Divisional Contracts Lead, North East

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Location
England | Tyne and Wear
Durham, Tyne and Wear, Teesside, East Yorkshire
Job function
Marketing/Media & Communications
Salary
MCJES Grade E

The role of the Divisional Contracts Lead is to work with the Divisional Business Manager to deliver the full divisional portfolio of work, which includes Contract Management, Business and Service Development, Service Improvement and Service Implementation.

The post holder will support the divisional team in contract negotiations with customers for appropriate models of care, including budgets and service performance indicators, usually using the NHS Standard Community Contract. The post holder will provide accurate contractually agreed performance reports which will include detailed quality, outcome and financial reports. They will also provide the divisional team with insight and analysis to support service commissioning and improvement.

The post holder, through support and direction from the DBM, will lead on the development of business case preparation and bid / tender production on behalf of the divisional team providing detailed analysis as required.

The post holder will contribute to the re-design and successful implementation of services to a high standard, delivered within agreed timescales. As part of the Business and Service development lifecycle, the post holder is responsible for end to end contract management and monitoring processes for their area(s) of responsibility. The post holder will be an agent for fundamental clinical and organisational change, establishing and developing new projects and supporting on-going management of business as usual and existing projects.

The areas covered by this post include Durham, Tyne and Wear, Teesside, East Yorkshire . For more information and a further understanding of the geography of the division, please contact Charles Thompson on 07766 762897.

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