We are currently advertising the following vacancies
1: SECONDMENT OPPORTUNITY – AACE EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT / ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: ASSOCIATION OF AMBULANCE CHIEF EXECUTIVES (MATERNITY COVER)
SALARY (F/T): Band 5 (uplift available, negotiable depending on experience)
START DATE: 20 June 2017
2: SECONDMENT OPPORTUNITY – ESCWG
EMERGENCY SERVICES COLLABORATION WORKING GROUP – SENIOR PROGRAMME MANAGER (1 year minimum)
Closing Date: 02/05/2017
The Emergency Services Collaboration Working Group (ESCWG) is looking to second an Emergency Services Collaboration Working Group Senior Programme Manager to help drive forward the work programme of the group.
The ideal candidate would be from either the Police, Fire and Ambulance sectors at the rank / level of Senior Manager/Group Manager/Chief Inspector/Group Officer (or staff equivalent), and have a strong understanding of what works operationally combined with policy, analysis, communications and programme management skills.
The role will be to help support, foster and encourage effective collaborations between the emergency services, and programme management skills to help the group deliver its key projects. It will involve leading and developing an approach to in-depth evaluation of collaborative projects and building a body of evidence on ‘what works’ in emergency collaboration nationally. You will also be responsible for developing any guidance to the sector on relevant policy (as required) and drive forward the work of the ESCWG, working closely with other blue-light partners and stakeholders.
The successful applicant will need to have a real ‘can do’ attitude, an eye for detail and be self-directing. This is an exciting opportunity for an individual from any of the three emergency services to help shape the future of emergency services collaboration.
3: CQC INSPECTORS
The Care Quality Commission are seeking senior, strategic leaders from ambulance trusts to undertake inspection visits.
To express your interest CQC would require you to send them the following information:
* CV – including any professional body membership numbers i.e. GMC, NMC, etc.
* Short biography – this only needs to be a few paragraphs highlighting your key career milestones
* The name of two referees, including their email addresses, one of which should be your line manager, director or chief executive.
CQC will then make contact to commence Due Diligence which includes:
* Short telephone interview (approximately 30-60 minutes)
* Online DBS application
* Reference checks
* Fitness To Practice checks
Subject to satisfactory clearance the CQC Scheduling Team will make contact to assess your availability.
CQC will pay £300 per day in addition to all travel, accommodation and subsistence costs. CQC also provide training via webinar and/or reading material.
To express your interest and for further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org