Primary Medical Services Partner Member Recruitment

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On 1st July 2022 the Integrated Care Board was established, which will be responsible for delivering health and care for people who live in Bedfordshire Luton and Milton Keynes.

We are in the process of recruiting a GP Partner Member from Primary Care Services who will sit on the Integrated Care Board, together with colleagues from local councils and NHS providers, and have an important role in shaping health and care in our area.

If you are a GP in the region who has experience of speaking up in meetings and has the confidence to challenge system partners for the benefit of local people we encourage you to apply.

Additional timeline information including the dates of virtual drop-in sessions – will be added here shortly. Please check back for updates.

Making an application is the same but the closing date is 23.59 on 28th November 2022.

Making an application

If you wish to be considered for one of the ICB partner member roles, please provide:

  • A completed nomination form which accompanies this pack that confirms the role you are applying for and is signed by an authorised individual within the organisation that is eligible to nominate you for this role.  You will also be required to submit evidence of confirmation from the authorised individual who supports your nomination as a candidate.
  • A CV that includes your address and preferred contact details, highlighting and explaining any gaps in your employment history
  • A digital photograph and brief biography or ‘pen portrait’ and that summarises in 250 words your reason for applying, background and key skills and experience. This will be circulated to all of the organisations (all the GP practices in BLMK) who are eligible to make nominations to confirm your nomination prior to your application proceeding to the appointment process stage. This is a nationally set part of the ICB partner member appointment process.
  • A supporting statement that highlights your skills and experience and allows insights on your values and motivations for applying for the role. You should outline your personal responsibility and achievement within previous roles that demonstrates you have the knowledge, skills and competencies to deliver this role, as outlined in the person specification
  • The names, positions, organisations and contact details for three referees. Your referees should be individuals in a senior capacity. Your references will be taken prior to interview and may be shared with the selection panel
  • A completed Equal Opportunities Form which accompanies this pack
  • A completed Declaration of Interests Form which accompanies this pack
  • A completed Fit and Proper Person self-declaration Form which accompanies this pack  confirming that you do not meet any of the criteria that would disqualify you from appointment
  • Tell us about any dates when you will not be available for the selection process (should it be needed)

Please send all of the above information by email to [email protected] by 23:59 on 28th November 2022.

BLMK ICB Partner Members Job Description and person specification

BLMK ICB Primary Medical Services Partner Member Recruitment pack

Integrated Care Board Partner Member nomination form – Primary Medical Services Partner Member

Equal Opportunities Form

Fit & Proper Persons self-Declaration form

Declaration of Interest Form

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