With opportunity to work from either home or an office base in Newcastle, we're looking for a contract management professional from either an NHS, public sector or charity background looking for the next step in their career. As Contracts Manager, you'll have a challenging and varied role that will broaden your business skills and give you bags of job satisfaction.
There's a competitive remuneration package and you'll be joining a national charity who, outside of the NHS, is the leading provider of End of Life Care in the UK.
Working with the Divisional Business Manager, your remit will include contract management, service performance analysis, and preparation of business cases and tenders to support the drive for improvements in quality of care and service delivery.
As part of the business lifecycle, you'll be responsible for end-to-end contract management and monitoring processes for the North-East Region. Supporting the divisional team in face-to-face contract negotiations for appropriate models of care including budgets and service performance indicators, you'll provide contractually agreed performance reports with insight and analysis to support service commissioning and improvement.
This role would suit someone looking for development and that next step up the career ladder or a seasoned pro looking for job satisfaction in a really rewarding role.
This is a flexible, life and family-friendly employer with opportunity to work from home part of full-time.
For lots more detail on this exciting role, please send a copy of your CV in the first instance to Amelia Lee: [email protected]
We are looking to move quickly with this opportunity and interviewing on a rolling basis so please get in touch ASAP to avoid disappointment.
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