At the NHS Confederation you’ll enjoy working in a high performing culture where everyone contributes towards the organisation’s vision and demonstrates our values. We have a friendly, productive work environment where everyone plays their own important part in our achievements and objectives.

We have a strong focus on investing in our people and their professional development to ensure that they achieve their full potential and career goals. We provide this through personal development plans, regular one to ones, coaching, mentoring, apprenticeships and internal training to name a few. These opportunities and more are available to everyone throughout our organisation.

All our roles come with an excellent benefits package which contributes to the NHS Confederation being a great place to work. Our benefits package includes flexible working, home working, 30 days annual leave per year, option to buy and sell annual leave and many more.

If you want to work for an employer that cares about your personal development, is committed to being a flexible employer, has a great working environment and inclusive culture - check out our current vacancies below.

The NHS Confederation are positive about mental health and supporting the health and wellbeing of our workforce and are signed up to the Mindful Employer charter.

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Assistant Director Engagement - South West region

Our regional team are a key part of our offer. With one of our existing regional team members moving on to a new internal opportunity, we can offer an excellent role and opportunity for the right candidate

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Communications and Membership Manager

The communications and membership manager is a new role, and will give the right candidate the opportunity to develop their career as they work closely with senior NHS leaders across clinical commissioners and integrated care systems.

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Health Policy Analyst

The NHS Confederation seeks a proactive, motivated health policy analyst to support NHS Confederation’s policy programme.

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Race and Health Observatory Opportunities

The independent Race and Health Observatory has been established to support the NHS in improving healthcare access, experience and outcomes of black and minority ethnic patients and communities.

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Further information on how to apply for job vacancies at the NHS Confederation and details on our equal opportunities statement.

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