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Economist Member - NHS Pay Review Board (NHSPRB) (VAC-1685)

Recruiter: Department of Health & Social Care
Location: London
Salary: Remuneration: £300 per day
Posted: 13 Mar 2020
Closes: 14 Apr 2020
Job Function: Board Member
Industry: Public, Central Government

NHS Pay Review Board (NHSPRB), Economist Member (VAC-1685)

The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care is looking to appoint an Economist Member to the NHSPRB. The NHSPRB advises the Government on pay issues for NHS staff employed on Agenda for Change pay, terms and conditions.

As a member, you will play a key part in assessing the evidence of the government, organisations representing the NHS and organisations representing NHS staff paid under the Agenda for Change pay system and assist in making annual recommendations to the Government on the remuneration of NHS staff.

Members will be able to gain the respect and keep the confidence of others, including Ministers and senior Government officials, through effective communication and influencing skills.

You will have proven senior level experience of economics in the academic and / or business world and you will be able to think strategically to exercise sound judgement. You will also have the ability to analyse and interpret detailed information and an ability to reflect the patient perspective and the role of reward in supporting excellent patient care.

Members are remunerated at a rate of £300 per day for preparation and attendance at meetings. The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care determines the length of appointment, which may be for up to a maximum of 4 years.

For more information, please visit the Public Appointments website:

http://publicappointments.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/ If you require an alternative format please call Ryan Lloyd on 0113 254 5929 quoting the reference VAC-1685.

The closing date for applications is midday on 14 April 2020. The Department of Health and Social Care values and promotes diversity and encourages applications from all sections of the community.

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