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Work for NHS Bexley CCG


About Bexley

Bexley lies 12 miles south east of central London, with good transport links to the Kent countryside and the coast.

The borough covers 23 square miles, stretching from the Thames in the north to Kent in the south.

It is made up of different neighbourhoods: Belvedere, Thamesmead, Erith, Slade Green, Welling, Sidcup, Crayford, Foots Cray, Blackfen, Bexleyheath and Bexley, each with its own distinct history and identity.

Some 242,000 people live in the borough - 74.7 % of Bexley’s working age population is in work and the borough itself has some 73,000 jobs. Children and young people (under 25) account for 31% of the population, whilst older people (aged 65 and over) account for 16%. Bexley is also expected to become more ethnically diverse. In the 2011 Census, the Black and minority ethnic population accounted for 18%; this is projected to rise to 27% by 2030.


Why work for NHS Bexley CCG?

NHS Bexley CCG is a dynamic, innovative and patient-focused organisation and is responsible for planning, buying (or ‘commissioning’) and monitoring healthcare for Bexley residents. The CCG has approximately 78 staff across four directorates:

  • integrated commissioning
  • finance
  • primary care, ICT & IG
  • Chief Operating Officer (quality, governance, planned & unplanned emergency care)

The CCG works closely with: London Borough of Bexley (particularly to develop and commission integrated services), its CCG neighbours in south-east London and Kent, patients, the voluntary and community sectors and providers of local healthcare. The CCG has a strong rapport with its 24 member practices, who are engaged with all aspects of clinical commissioning. To find out more about some of the CCG’s recent successes, please download a copy of the 2017/18 annual report.

Benefits of working at NHS Bexley CCG:

  • Dynamic workforce
  • Strong leadership
  • Committed governing body
  • Very engaged member practices
  • Focus on patient engagement with highly-developed engagement programme
  • Transformational approach to providing healthcare
  • Flexibility – good work/life balance
  • Good office location – fifteen minute walk from Barnehurst railway station serving London Bridge, London Waterloo East, London Charing Cross, London Victoria and London Canon Street. There is no on-site parking; however, there are a number of Council car parks in the local vicinity. The office is also well connected to local bus routes linking the CCG to its local hospitals – Queen Mary’s hospital in Sidcup and Erith hospital.
  • Short walk to the local town centre
  • Focus on wellbeing –walking meetings, health screenings, flu jabs, wellbeing training and development, staff room, free refreshments (tea, coffee and milk) and free bicycle hire/storage, shower/changing facilities
  • Training opportunities – monthly lunchtime learn sessions to help staff understand the CCG’s various functions, roles and responsibilities, personal development and regular generic training opportunities open to all staff
  • Opportunities to learn more about and help to shape and develop the CCG – bi-annual staff away days, monthly staff briefings with the managing director, fortnightly bulletins, interactive intranet, directorate meetings, staff network and staff recognition awards

 Current vacancies

NHS Bexley CCG routinely advertises employment opportunities on the NHS jobs website.

The CCG hopes the information and other publications on this website will help those interested in applying for vacant posts.

The CCG would also like to thank, in advance, those applying for vacant posts, which often require significant time investment and commitment.

Developing the CCG’s workforce enables the organisation to deliver improved health outcomes for the local population.