Transformation leadership job opportunity at PSNC

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Are you passionate about leading and supporting change?

PSNC is searching for an experienced Programme Manager to help with transforming the future of NHS community pharmacy representation and support. This role will report to James Wood, who is PSNC Director of Contractor & LPC Support and Secretary to the community pharmacy Review Steering Group (RSG).

This role will drive the programme of work identified by the RSG, prepare options for contractor consideration, and implement solutions to the issues identified in the Independent Review of Community Pharmacy Contractor Representation and Support.

The successful candidate will have a track record of project management, having taken transformation programmes from mobilisation through to implementation. They will have also managed complex projects with multiple stakeholders and will be recognised for their communication and delivery skills.

This is a major transformation programme involving the whole of the community pharmacy sector and the successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the ability to lead engagement with senior officers, elected members, other public sector bodies and other stakeholders.

PSNC recognises the enormous benefits of increasing diversity throughout our organisation and welcomes applications from candidates from a broad range of backgrounds and experiences.

Notionally based in London and subject to a 12-month contract, salary is competitive.

Job Description: Transforming the Future of NHS Community Pharmacy Representation & Support Programme Manager

Applications (a short covering letter of no more than 500 words and an up-to-date CV) should be emailed to shine.brownsell@psnc.org.uk by 23:59 on 26th July 2021.

No recruitment agencies please.

Background

PSNC (the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee) represents the owners of the 11,400 NHS community (high-street) pharmacies in England, known as pharmacy contractors. PSNC’s role includes negotiating funding and pharmacy services with HM Government and the NHS; championing pharmacies including in Parliament; and providing information and guidance for pharmacy owners and teams. PSNC is recognised by the Secretary of State for Health as the representative of all community pharmacy contractors in England. They work very closely with the 70 committees who represent pharmacies locally – the Local Pharmaceutical Committees (LPCs).