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Organisation:Nottingham City Council 

Working Hours: Full Time , Hours per week - 37 

Salary:£33,782 

NPPV Required:No 

Appointment Type:Permanent 

Location:Nottingham City Council, Loxley House, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, ng2 3ng 

Reference:SR0823 

Closing date:29 November 2021 at midnight 


The starting salary is £33,782 (Level One) rising to £33,745 (Level Two) on the first year anniversary, subject to satisfactory completion of a probation period (pro rata for part time workers)
    
We’ve got an exciting opportunity available for talented individuals to join our workforce - perhaps this is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for? Read on to find out more…     
    
Nottingham City Council is known for inclusivity and innovation, and we are continually working around the clock to deliver services for Nottingham’s citizens, visitors and investors.     
  
Our aspiration is to make Nottingham a Great City, but to do this we need to be a Great Council, provide Great Services and recruit and develop a Great Workforce.      
    
We will value your contributions, promote flexible and modern ways of working, will double your monthly pension contributions, offer a very generous 25-32 days holiday package each year (exclusive of public bank holidays and dependent on length of service) and give you the option to purchase up to 28 days additional holiday tax-free!     
     
Nottingham City Council is committed to recruiting a talented workforce that reflects the communities we serve. We are a fair and inclusive employer and welcome applications from people from all backgrounds and with different abilities. We recruit for diversity and value difference.      
    
We are committed to building an inclusive, varied workplace, which is welcoming to people of all backgrounds and offer family friendly, flexible working arrangements, with employee forums and inclusive facilities to support our staff.
    
We have always been open to flexible working and the COVID-19 pandemic provided us with some new options to work in a completely different way. We welcome a conversation about flexible working at the point of interview.      
    
We are looking for experienced commissioners with experience in Public Health or Children and Adult’s Social care to join the Commissioning Team here at Nottingham City Council and play a key role in a team focused on improving the health outcomes of the people of Nottingham.        
    
Nottingham City Council provides services across the City.  We take a lead in critical policy areas, and we work in partnership with local businesses, voluntary organisations, other local authorities and health partners in order to provide the people of Nottingham with excellent services.      
    
The Commissioning Team  is dedicated to helping the people of Nottingham to be able to live in healthy places, promote healthy lifestyles and preventing ill-health.        
     
The core focus of this role is to lead and support the commissioning of a range of services that support the Transforming Care Partnership and the People’s Directorate to meet its statutory responsibilities and priorities, and in turn to improve the health of the wider population. As a commissioner at Nottingham City Council, we will utilise all your skills across the commissioning cycle. You will work closely with procurement to help deliver the commissioning of new services, and you will be supporting commissioning leads with service development.  You will help to maximise value and effectiveness across all services and it is important to build strong working relationships with partners both internally and externally to achieve this.
    
To be considered for the role, you will need some experience of commissioning services or have transferable skill such as project management. A knowledge of relevant adult and children’s social care policies and strategies, will be of benefit.   Most importantly you will be motivated by the desire to make continuous improvements and contribute towards positive change.        
      
We know we’re asking for a lot, but in return we think we have a lot to offer. There’s the role itself, which offers a chance to truly make a difference to the health outcomes of the people of Nottingham. You will have a broad range of responsibilities within a dedicated portfolio of work and will be working with a diverse and constantly evolving population. We might be biased, but we think it is a great role in a great place. If you are still reading, and you think you have what it takes, we would love to hear from you.
      
ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS: 
  • Excellent standard of literacy and communication skills. Able to produce clear and accurately written documentation for a range of audiences, reflective of service users, providers, policy makers, senior managers and politicians.
  • Able to analyse both qualitative and quantitative information.
  • Experience of working with provider groups to develop and review available options for service delivery
  • Experience of working with a range of partners to achieve shared outcomes within budgetary agreements.
 
For more information, please view the Job Description and Person Specification which are attached further down on this page.       
    
For informal enquiries please contact Karla Banfield, Tel: 01158764761 Emailkarla.banfield@nottinghamcity.gov.uk 
   
Useful information for Applicants       
  
Please ensure you read our Terms and Conditions information, which includes advice on pay, annual leave and hours of working, and our Total Rewards Package, which includes information on some of the great benefits when working for Nottingham City Council.
    
    
This post is covered by the statutory duty under Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) (English Language Requirement for public sector workers) and therefore the ability to speak fluent English, as detailed in the job description and person specification, is an essential requirement for the role.     
   
Nottingham City Council are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and we are striving to have a reflective workforce of the citizens we serve. As a result of our commitment, we anonymise all applications to remove the risk of unconscious bias. The application process will capture your personal details (including your name) and these details will only be made visible to recruiting managers once the shortlisting stage has been completed.        
    
If you have any technical issues completing your application form please contact escservicedesk@emss.org.uk
 

We’ve got an exciting opportunity available for talented individuals to join our workforce - perhaps this is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for? Read on to find out more…
Nottingham City Council is known for inclusivity and innovation, and we are continually working around the clock to deliver services for Nottingham’s citizens, visitors and investors.
Our aspiration is to make Nottingham a Great City, but to do this we need to be a Great Council, provide Great Services and recruit and develop a Great Workforce.
We will value your contributions, promote flexible and modern ways of working, will double your monthly pension contributions, offer a very generous 25-32 days holiday package each year (exclusive of public bank holidays and dependent on length of service) and give you the option to purchase up to 28 days additional holiday tax-free!
Nottingham City Council is committed to recruiting a talented workforce that reflects the communities we serve. We are a fair and inclusive employer and welcome applications from people from all backgrounds and with different abilities. We recruit for diversity and value difference.
We particularly want to hear from you if you are from the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic community, identify within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community (LGBT) and if you are Disabled - these groups of people are underrepresented in our workforce, and we’d like to reflect our local population more through our recruitment processes.
We have always been open to flexible working and the COVID-19 pandemic provided us with some new options to work in a completely different way. We welcome a conversation about flexible working at the point of interview.