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Provider Development Manager

Employer
North Yorkshire County Council
Location
County-wide – Hybrid
Salary
£50,183 - £58,379 plus relocation support (up to £8,000)
Closing date
30 Jun 2022
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Health and Adult Social Care Leaders – Provider Development Manager

Come and Join Team North Yorkshire!

About the Service

North Yorkshire is home to over 600,000 people. Nearly 80% of us are adults and 10% of us are over 75. Life expectancy is at, or above, the England average, although there is a 20 year gap in healthy years lived between different parts of the County.

Our ambition is that every adult has a longer, healthier and independent life. We want people to be able to live their best lives and for our communities to flourish. Living our best lives includes being more pro-active about talking about, and promoting greater diversity and inclusion: across North Yorkshire and within our own services.

We believe that prevention is better than cure and that is why we have invested for many years in universal and targeted prevention programmes and in extra care housing. 

We are striving to ensure that our practice starts with the strengths that each and every one of us has as human beings and that we make commissioning and investment decisions which, wherever possible, build upon the strengths within our towns and villages and countryside. As part of these aims, we want to work more sustainably to make our contribution to addressing climate change.

We want our care provider colleagues, in the independent and voluntary sectors, and in the council, to provide high quality care and support and to diversify their services to meet the choices and requirements that people will have in the future.

And we want North Yorkshire’s health and social care system to work as one, wherever possible, so that people have the right care and support, in the right place and at the right time. 

Our net investment in adult social care is £194m (with a further £24m invested in Public Health) and we employ nearly 2000 people within the Council (and 20000 across the care sector) to deliver vital prevention and care services. 

Most of us live and work in the County. Colleagues really know our many and varied communities and what makes them tick. There is a very strong ethos of “Team North Yorkshire”.

The County is also one of the most beautiful parts of England – arguably, the planet! – including 2 National Parks and a stunning coastline, great places to eat and drink and relax, good schools and easy access to big cities, culture and sport.

It’s a great place in which to work as well as to live, which is why we are looking for great people to join our team.

And that team is genuinely Team North Yorkshire, stretching across the Council, the wider public services and throughout communities. 

Yes, we have challenges, like any other part of England. However, we also have a wealth of opportunities. As a Council, we have strong political and officer leadership and a willingness to invest, learn and innovate. 

Over the past decade, we have focused on prevention, developing our Stronger Communities programme and our Living Well service and doubling our extra care housing provision (which now comprises over 1400 apartments to buy or rent), as well as our wider Public Health services. We have improved our joint working with the NHS, with other councils and, crucially, with people who use our services. And we are on a journey to make our social care practice both more confident and more consistent. At the same time, we have managed our resources carefully and done our best to shape new career pathways and become more diverse and inclusive in every sense.

About the role

Provider Development Manager (fixed term or secondment until 31 March 2024, to be reviewed)
Salary: £50,183 - £58,379 plus relocation support (up to £8,000)
Location: County-wide – Hybrid
Full-time

Reporting to the Head of Service Development, you will play a key role in supporting the development of in-house social care provider services and commissioned services across the wider sector, including delivery of specific projects. Key areas to progress will include proposed discharge hubs in Skipton, Filey and elsewhere, specialist dementia services in Harrogate, developing a new model of complex care within the Council and working to develop commercially viable business models for provider services across regulated and non-regulated care with analysis of need and demand being interpreted into service delivery.

You will have a real passion for developing provider services, both within Councils and in the independent and voluntary sectors and you will be numerate, with commercial acumen and well-honed project delivery and people skills and able to make a strong business case for returns on investment.

In return for what you can offer to the people of North Yorkshire and to the Council, we will welcome you with a real sense of teamwork, informal support and personal development. You will find that we are a stable and well managed authority, committed to getting things done, which means that the Council will make difficult decisions when necessary and will invest courageously, whilst at the same time ensuring that talented individuals have the ability to progress and have an impact both internally and externally.

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If you are interested and are inspired to help lead the next phase of our journey, we look forward to your application.

 

Company

The County of North Yorkshire is the largest County in England and Wales. Within the county are 598 square miles of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, and 530 square miles of the North York Moors National Park. The county is included in the Yorkshire and Humberside Region.

Whilst the economy of the County has traditionally been dependent on agriculture and tourism, there is a fast growing high technology base and this, together with other forms of light manufacturing industry, is of increasing importance. The County Council has an active policy of economic development and the predominantly rural character of the County is highly attractive to high technology businesses as well as the traditional industries of farming, food production and tourism. The County contains several centres of great historic interest, market towns that invite light industrial development, the modern coalfield area in the South, scenic, lightly populated upland areas and the extensive lowland area in the Vale of York.

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Telephone
0845 872 7374
Location
County Hall
North Yorkshire
United Kingdom
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