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Primary Care Contracting has an excellent opportunity for a self-motivated, proactive and innovative individual to join the team.
We need an exceptional individual to fill a post as Primary Care Contracts Manager. This is a permanent, challenging and exciting role within Primary Care Contracting (PCC) which will be key to supporting the Area’s in all aspects of contracting with GPs, Community Pharmacies and Optometrists.
The post involves supporting the commissioning and operational management of all primary care contracts in the areas and will require highly developed communication and skills.
Your communication skills will be exceptional as you build and maintain, effective working relationships with individual contractors and their staff, acting as a day to day contact for resolving contract management and operational issues that arise. You will be required to work collaboratively with key colleagues within PCC, Area Teams and across a wide range of stakeholders, using excellent communication, networking, and influencing skills.
You will demonstrate a thorough understanding of the regulations and contracts governing the provision of primary care services to ensure you are able to provide advice and support on all primary care contracting matters to contractors, and to colleagues within PCC, Area Teams and across BCU.
The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; Welsh and/or English speakers are equally welcome to apply.
Closing date - 16th August, 2020
Welsh language skills are desirable
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For further details or informal queries, please contact Dafydd Bulman, Head of Primay Care Contracting on 03000 852312 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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