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Commissioning Support Officer
  • Employer: Camden Council
  • Reference: SP/21/174453
  • Published: Sun 28/11/2021, 23:49 PM
  • Closing on: Sun 12/12/2021, 23:49 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 36 hours per week
  • Salary: Starting salary: £30,893
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: 5 Pancras Square, London N1C 4AG, Camden

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Commissioning Support Officer

Commissioning Support Officer – Mental Health & Learning Disabilities (Job number: 210000NX)

Starting salary: £30,983 (£30,893 - £35,488)

Job Level: Level 3 Zone 1
Work Location: 5 Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG
Hours per week: 36 (Monday to Friday inclusive).
Contract type: Fixed Term Contract (12 Months)
Closing date: Sunday 12th December 2021 23:59

Interviews to be held: To be confirmed  

Alternative flexible working options available / open to discussion 

About us

Camden is listening to everyone, including you.

We’re giving a platform to people inside and outside our community. Because, we’re not just home to the UK’s fast-growing economy. We’re home to the most important conversations happening today. And we’re making radical social change a reality, so that nobody gets left behind. Here’s where you can help decide a better future for us all

The Role

This role will primarily focus on supporting the commissioning team to develop and monitor mental health and learning disability services, as well as providing administrative support to the Assistant Director.

The role will involve arranging and facilitating meetings, formulating agendas, minute taking and all other relevant administrative documentation to support the smooth running of the team. You will maintain programme and project plans specific to distinct pieces of work, ensuring robust governance. The role will lead on co-ordinating all assurance and highlight reports required for both the CCG and Council.

The role holder will support commissioning managers in the effective contracting of provider services and maintain records of performance and finances.

Coproduction (working side by side with our residents to shape services) is a central part of what we do, and the role will support the team to involve service users in the decision-making process.

This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and will require an Enhanced DBS.

About you

For this role you will need experience of managing an office environment in a health or social care context

You will have experience of managing diaries of senior staff and supporting email management, aswell as knowledge and a good track record in time management and managing your own workload to meet tight deadlines

You will have the ability to work effectively with a range of professionals and residents, demonstrating good relationship skills

You will have good verbal and written communication skills

A good understanding of project management and the ability to develop and manage complex spreadsheets is required for this role

You will have experience of gathering, analysing and reporting of large data sets and the ability to contribute to the development of flexible and innovative performance and monitoring solutions

Working for Camden

We’re ready to welcome your ideas, your views, and your rebellious spirit. Help us redefine how we commission health and care integration, and we’ll redefine what a career can be.

If that sounds good to you, we’d love to talk.

At Camden, you’ll receive a host of benefits as well as joining a flexible working employer. Click HERE to see full details of our benefits.

Additional information

To apply for this job please follow the "Apply" link. In the ‘Why you?’ section of the application you will be required to demonstrate how you meet the role criteria noted in the Job Profile under the “About You” section.

To discover more about Camden and our commitment towards diversity, equality and safeguarding, please visit our recruitment website

Asking for Adjustments

Camden is committed to making our recruitment practices barrier-free and as accessible as possible for everyone. This includes making adjustments or changes for disabled people, neurodiverse people or people with long-term health conditions. If you would like us to do anything differently during the application, interview or assessment process, including providing information in an alternative format, please contact us on 020 7974 6655, at or post to 5 Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG