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Local Immunisation Coordinator

NHS South West London
120 The Broadway, Wimbledon, London, SW19 1RH
Competitive salary
Closing date
15 Sep 2021
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South West London Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)

NHS South West LondonClinical Commissioning Group (CCG)is responsible for planning, commissioning and buying healthservices for people living and working in South West London. As a CCG, we're a membership organisation made up of over 180 GP practices within South West London. We serve just under 1.5 million people across our six diverse boroughs: Croydon, Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth. We manage local healthcare budgets of over £2.3 billion andcommission a range of health services on behalf of our residents. The services that we're responsible for include primary care (the services you receive at your GP practice), hospital treatment, rehabilitation services, urgent and emergency care, community health services, mental health and learning disability services.

Please note: applications from NHS staff in London at risk of redundancy will be given priority.

The Immunisation Coordinator role will work in in partnership with key Immunisation Programme providers. (General Practice, Primary Care Networks, School Age Vaccination services, Health Visitors and Pharmacy). This is role is strategically significant in delivering to the ICS, London and national immunisation strategy.

The role of the immunisation coordinator is to contribute to the realisation of the London Immunisation Strategy and the improvement in uptake to meet the national targets for the all of the 7a vaccination programmes in London. The aim of the immunisation coordinators is they adopt a 'systems' approach, ensuring that they embed sustainable skills that will have an impact of immunisation uptake rates.

The post holder will contribute to developing system's immunisation services at a local level aiming to eradicate vaccine preventable disease from London. The post holder will work as a valued member of the primary care team supporting the introduction of new immunisation programmes including Covid or extensions to existing ones, in line with national requirements. The role supports the delivery of best practice, addressing inequalities and supporting value for money in service delivery.

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South West London CCG reserve the right to close this post early if there is an overwhelming response.

In line with the majority of NHS organisations in London, we do not pay travelling expenses for interviewees. However in exceptional cases we would consider reimbursing expenses but this must be agreed prior attending the interview by the Recruiting Manager.

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