Healthcare Project Support Officer at NHS Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group

About the company

Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are NHS-led organisations that are primarily responsible for commissioning (planning and buying) healthcare services that meet their local population’s needs. CCGs provide a unique placement opportunity for anyone interested not only in healthcare but also business in the wider context. The candidate will perform tasks that complement the current workload within Cheshire CCG, resulting in a unique and irreplaceable experience driven by the political, economic and social factors influencing the NHS.

About the role

  1. Working with Programme Leads and Project Managers in redesigning health and care services locally including primary, community, secondary and tertiary health, wellbeing and social care services.
  2. To develop and report on performance against quality standards and outcomes and other key targets and present this information at key meetings as required.
  3. Engage with and attending meetings with a variety of people on a daily basis, from within the NHS and other stakeholder organisations, including care professionals like GP’s, council employees and members of the public.
  4. Supporting the Living Well for Longer Team in the delivery of their work plan e.g. care homes, community equipment.
  5. To assist in maintaining the Urgent Care Performance Dashboard to create a visual display of the key performance indicators used to monitor the local care system.
  6. Supporting the CCG’s climate change agenda e.g. co-ordinating the staff activist group, working with local environmental organisations, developing sustainability plans.
  7. Gathering Primary and Secondary research information as evidence for the future planning and redesign of care services.
  8. Facilitating in the design, organisation and delivery of events and meetings including liaising with potential venues, caterers and guest speakers.


The candidates will be given the opportunity to experience a range of areas within the NHS where relevant to their role and their personal development and future career aspirations.

The ideal candidate will be proficient in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The ideal candidate will also possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills as well as being able to work well as a team with a number of internal and external colleagues. The role requires the ability to effectively manage and prioritise own workload, good organisational skills and professional resilience.

How to apply

Click here to apply (Ref ID: AN6AJ).