NHS Northern, Eastern and Western Devon Clinical Commissioning Group offers excellent employment opportunities to new and existing staff.
We aim to be a model employer by embedding best practice and supporting new ways of working.
Our Human Resources (HR) department plays a key role in areas such as change management, organisational development, workforce planning, learning and development and operational support.
We pride ourselves on offering good working conditions, job security, lifelong learning, fair pay and benefits, staff involvement and a balance between work and personal life.
We enjoy a forward thinking and innovative culture and our vision is to have healthy people, living healthy lives in healthy communities. We understand the only way to deliver this is to have the right people with the right skills.
NHS NEW Devon CCG vacancies are published on the NHS Jobs national website.Current vacancies can be viewed here.
Applying for a job
NHS NEW Devon CCG is an equal opportunities employer and all applications will be welcomed and considered regardless of a person's age, sex, religion, marital status, sexual orientation or ethnic origin.
We are also a Mindful Employer. In addition, NHS NEW Devon CCG hold the "Two Ticks" symbol status from Jobcentre Plus in recognition that the CCG have agreed to take action to meet five commitments regarding the employment, retention, training and career development of disabled employees.
We welcome applications from disabled candidates and we are a Disability Confident Employer.
As part of this, applicants who declare themselves as disabled need only meet the minimum criteria to be invited to interview.
We will also make any reasonable adjustments to the recruitment process to enable you to pursue your application, providing that you inform us of any special requirements.
Candidates need to apply electronically through the NHS Jobs website. Full details of the post including the role profile will be published there.
If you have a disability that makes using this site difficult or are unable to access this site, please contact our HR department to discuss an alternative method of application.
If you have not heard from us four weeks after the closing date, please assume you have not been successful.
Feedback to candidates will be available on request.
Below are some of the benefits and services we offer:
- 27 days paid minimum holiday and bank holiday entitlement
- NHS pension scheme
- Flexible retirement and retirement vouchers
- Childcare voucher scheme – annual savings of up to £1195
- Health Service Discounts – offers for stores, travel, equipment etc.
- Flexible working
- Family-friendly policies
- Sick pay up to a maximum of six months full pay and six months half pay
- Occupational health services including staff counselling services.
The NHS as a whole is committed to promoting apprenticeships.
The best place to find advice is at the Step into the NHS wesbite.
A series of videos featuring apprentices are available from their YouTube channel and they also have a dedicated Facebook page.
NHS NEW Devon CCG is also committed to developing young talent through apprenticeship schemes.
Currently, nearly 10 per cent of our workforce is either a current or former apprentice - which is a fantastic achievement.
Apprentices will have the opportunity to learn on the job, building up knowledge, skills, confidence and qualifications whilst earning money at the same time.
Apprentices are given support and guidance through their managers, colleagues and training provider to develop their skills in a fast paced yet supportive environment.
Apprenticeships can be extremely rewarding, training you in the skills employers want and helping you to begin a successful career.
If you are interested in an apprenticeship scheme with us, please contact the Education, Training and Skills Group on 01392 445444 who will be able to provide you with further details and information on the types of funding that is available.
Details of all of our apprenticeships can be found on the NHS Jobs website.
Volunteers provide invaluable help in the work of the Clinical Commissioning Group and enhance the range of services offered by paid staff.
Volunteering within our services could offer you some valuable experience, which could aid your study, help you decide if you are thinking about a change in career or simply give you the opportunity to put something back into your community.
If you are interested in finding out if there are any opportunities available for voluntary work, please browse our services and contact the unit/department manager.
A workplace induction and suitable training is available where necessary. All volunteers will be subject to a satisfactory disclosure barring checks, references and a health declaration.
For all enquiries please contact our Human Resources Department:
NHS NEW Devon Clinical Commissioning Group
Human Resources Department
2nd floor, Main Building, room 278