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Operations and Analytics Programme Manager | NHS England and NHS Improvement

Job details
Posting date: 10 July 2020
Salary: Not specified
Additional salary information: £53,168 - £62,001 Per annum
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 09 August 2020
Location: London, SE1 6LH
Company: NHS England
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: 2510200/990-1-EI2417-CE

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Summary


The purpose of the BCF is to bring together health and social care budgets to support more person-centred, coordinated care and deliver better outcomes for patients and service users. Each Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) must agree a BCF plan that sets out how mandatory pooled funding will be used to achieve local priorities for integrated, person centred care.

The Better Care Fund Team (BCFT) is a partnership organisation made up of representatives from the NHS, Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) and the Local Government Association (LGA).

The purpose of BCFT is to support local systems to successfully deliver their BCF plans and ultimately commission person-centred health and social care services which achieve improved patient and service user experience and outcomes. We also support national partners to develop and implement policy on health and social care integration.

The post holder will be responsible for leading and developing the analytical capability within the Better Care Fund programme which is instrumental in delivering the national policy delivery objectives of the BCF programme; to develop and improve person centred, joined-up, sustainable health and care services and systems which ultimately improve care outcomes for people.

This role will involve a range of responsibilities and activities including:
• Developing the architecture of programme related historical and present data and information
• Designing the overall approach to data collection, analysis, mechanisms for measurement and frameworks for reporting
• Implementing team processes to maintain information and respond to analytical requests
• Complying with good data governance practices
• Collaborating with policy and delivery leads to draw on the analytical capability to effectively operationalise policy requirements
• Design/develop or adopt end-user friendly national data collection mechanisms as needed to support policy delivery
• Leading the development of a range of products including national aggregation of locally collected information, summary packs/visualisation dashboards and actionable ad-hoc analysis for insight and decision making
• Developing collaborative working relationships with NHSE/I, DHSC, MHCLG and LGA analytical leads and teams
• Liaising directly with local system partners including Local Councils, CCGs and Providers as needed
• Developing the analytical skill and competency within the team and keeping the team aligned with NHSE/I analytical tools, approaches and datasets


This advert closes on Sunday 26 Jul 2020

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