The Healthcare Advisory Practice of this Top 10 Accountancy firm work with clients to provide innovative and exciting solutions to health and care organisations. They help improve service delivery, patient satisfaction and clinical outcomes helping to deliver a sustainable model of care for the future.
The team works with providers in tertiary, secondary, community, primary and private healthcare settings across acute, mental and community care. They also work with Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and commissioning support suppliers. Increasingly their work is focusing on the challenges facing whole health economies, the integration of health and social care services and financial/operational performance improvement in different provider settings, and they are proud to be working with a number of Vanguard sites supporting new models of care delivery. They also provide commissioning support through the eMBED Consortium on the Lead Provider Framework.
Their projects cover areas such as system transformation, strategy, performance improvement, leadership development, governance, primary care development, option appraisal and business case development, performance improvement and cost reduction.
The successful candidate will be managing projects and working closely with clients, delivering and making change happen on the ground, supporting the development of our methodologies and products, securing new engagements, and generally contributing to the development of a talented group of management consultants. We offer a variety of work which is complex and interesting, working alongside senior stakeholders.
You will continually be presented with opportunities to challenge yourself in a supportive and commercial environment, this is an exciting opportunity to build a long term career in a professional environment whilst harnessing your passion to improve health services in the UK.
1-2 years of experience and knowledge of working within or working with the UK health and care system; and 1-2 years of health consultancy or advisory experience.
Candidates must be able to demonstrate effective problem solving skills and expertise in one or more of the following areas: public sector finances, performance improvement, data analytics, experience of working in an NHS setting, health economics, transformation, organisational development and primary care development.