Business Manager- NHS

Recruiter
Brook Street UK
Location
London
Salary
£35000 - £38000/annum Umbrella Options Available
Posted
17 Jul 2017
Closes
16 Aug 2017
Sector
Public Sector
Contract Type
Interim
Hours
Full Time
Business Manager - NHS

I have a fantastic opportunity with NHS England for a Business Manager. This role is a temporary assignment for initially 3 months, Monday to Friday and full time 37.5 hours a week.

Business Manager - Job Purpose

This is a pivotal role within NHS England's mental health infrastructure team.

Key responsibilities include:

* Supporting the team in the development of the infrastructure programme for mental health.
* Drafting strategic planning documents and providing support for business planning and ensuring that we are tracking progress against milestones across the team.
* Working with colleagues across the mental health unit to identify requirements and opportunities to use data and intelligence, and national and local levers, to encourage transformation.
* Mapping the breadth of levers and incentives across the NHS, and how these support improvement in mental health, and identifying opportunities for expanding the reach of the mental health programme.
* Providing support for the future development of the CCG improvement and assessment framework and the development and monitoring of new payment approaches for mental health.
* Mapping NHS England's work on data and intelligence across the mental health programme, identifying internal stakeholders, and make recommendations for joined-up working across the team and organisation.
* Building relationships with internal and external stakeholders, and using influencing and negotiating skills to ensure that mental health is embedded in NHS England's organisational approach to transformation.
* Representing the team, and the Directorate, on specific projects.
* Supporting our communication with commissioners to improve data quality and use of robust data in intelligent commissioning.

Business Manager - Key Skills

* Experience of managing a team.
* Use data and intelligence
* Mapping levers and incentives across the NHS
* Development and monitoring of new payment approaches for mental health