As a relatively new organisation we are keen to develop a fresh approach to commissioning that really delivers results for local people.
We do this by working closely with our member practices so that we have the right support available to us from health and care professionals before we decide on our future plans. We look to involve local people, including patients and carers, as well as community groups so that we have the right mechanisms in place to listen and act upon patient and public feedback.
To help us deliver our ambitious objectives we are developing an environment where people have the opportunity to explore new ideas, new ways of working and get actively involved in the work we do.
If you would like to work for us, we’d love to hear from you. All our vacancies are advertised online on NHS Jobs. Good luck and maybe you can join us in our quest to achieve the best health and care in all our communities.
Our information pack includes:
- Information about the CCG and the City of Leeds
- Facts and figures
- Shaping our Future
- West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership
- Our Governing Body and Executive Management Team
Please view the information pack.
All employees automatically join the NHS Pension Scheme when they start work. Further information on the scheme – including how to opt out – are available on their website.
A salary sacrifice childcare voucher scheme is available through Fideliti.
Metro Card & First Bus
Reduced public transport rates are available to CCG employees. For further information please speak to your HR representative.
By registering on Health Service Discounts, NHS staff and their families qualify to receive discounts on a wide range of products and services from high street retailers and on-line shopping sites, like Dorothy Perkins, Burtons, Vision Express and many more.
We occasionally are offered local discounts for staff which we advertise through our staff newsletter and on the extranet.
We are committed to offering flexible, modern employment practices which recognise that staff require a sensible balance between their home and work life. There are a number of different ways to work flexibly including; annualised hours, term time working, job share, flexi-time, time owing, 9 day fortnight and flexible retirement.
Some members of staff during their NHS employment may wish to take a break from work for a variety of personal reasons. We are committed to enable staff to balance work with commitments and responsibilities outside work. Members of staff who need to stop work for a limited period (to care for dependents in particular) have the opportunity to return to work on the same terms and conditions they were previously employed on.