Business Manager, Learning Disability and Autism
NHS Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care Board (125)
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The post holder will be an integral member of the Learning Disability and Autism team and will be responsible for providing business leadership in the delivery of an efficient service, ensuring workstreams are planned and managed effectively, accurately and in a timely manner.
Supporting the Associate Director with the financial delivery of the service, ensuring it is cost-effective and delivered on time whilst working to an ethos of value for money and greater efficiency.
Coordination of business support staff, service delivery and reporting including development and implementation of data collection systems, providing accurate performance management and activity reporting to advise the Integrated Care Board (ICB) of key themes/trends/issues.
Service redesign and working across teams/organisations across the service.
Working with the Senior Clinical and Non-clinical Managers to ensure delivery and compliance with key performance indicators and performance targets.
Demonstrating effective stakeholder management across different departments and stakeholders in the healthcare system and ensuring delivery against organisational objectives.
Demonstrating excellent analytical skills including information and research in business intelligence.
Main duties of the job
Work with the Associate Director and Leadership Team to ensure work across the healthcare system links with the NHSE regional team and aligns with the wider policy and NHS environment.
Ensure that complex information in a clear, understandable, and audience-appropriate manner to a range of groups and stakeholders.
Work with the relevant Senior Business Management Lead(s) to develop and implement quantitative and qualitative measures to determine performance against objectives, supporting the team to deliver within tight deadlines.
Budget responsibility for the business team and any expenditure incurred.
Procurement responsibility for service to ensure Business service runs efficiently and effectively to deliver excellent outcomes.
Be responsible for ensuring that standard operating procedures are in place and up to date.
Be responsible for ensuring the teams appraisals are valid and up to date in line with the ICB's requirements including personal development and progressing any performance, disciplinary issue for direct reports.
Responsible for ensuring that all the teams training requirement are in place and executed to excellent standards.
Responsible for the development of performance and governance strategies for the programme.
The Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care Board(ICB) was formally established as a new statutory body on 1 July 2022, replacing the eight clinical commissioning groups across Lancashire and South Cumbria.
Our role is to join up health and care services, improve people's health and wellbeing, and to make sure everyone has the same access to services and gets a positive experience from treatment. We also oversee how money and resource is utilised to ensure that funding is spent to ensure health services are effective, consistent and of high standard.
Lancashire and South Cumbria ICB is a complex organisation serving a population of over 1.8 million people.
Please see the attached Job Description and Person Specification for a detailed overview of the job.
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