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Recruitment

PRACTICE MANAGER 

Reddish Family Practices

306 Gorton Road

Reddish

Stockport

SK5 6RN

 

The post is a permanent, preferably full-time position.

Salary £39,000 - £50,000 per annum depending upon experience

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an accomplished and highly motivated manager, with strategic vision, to join this established and well-respected teaching medical practice.

We are a high achieving, well organised practice, using EMIS Web, and have a strong training ethos. CQC rating of good in all areas November 2017.

We are looking for a highly motivated individual to support the partners in providing leadership to enable the practice to continue to meet its high level of achievement. The post holder will be responsible for the management of the practice and will be supported by long standing practice team members to ensure the smooth day to day running of the organisation.

Candidates must be conscientious, provide solid leadership and have a sound knowledge of strategic business management, finance, planning and HR.

Previous management experience, demonstrable leadership skills, financial & budget management acumen, advanced competency in office IT and effective communication skills at all levels are essential. A background in healthcare would be an advantage.

You must have the vision, willingness and drive to adapt to NHS targets and changes ensuring a profitable, efficient working environment.

Please send covering letter and CV to jo.stevens@nhs.net or Jo Stevens, Reddish Family Practices, 306 Gorton Road, Reddish Stockport, SK5 6RN. We would expect committed candidates to contact our practice manager Mrs Jo Stevens on the email above to arrange a mutual convenient time to discuss the position.

Further information including a job description is available via our Practice Website:

Job Description

Closing date: 21st April 2021, Interviews: Thursday 6th May 2021



 
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