NJR seeks NHS Management member for its Steering Committee
12 December 2013
The National Joint Registry for England, Wales and Northern Ireland (NJR) is seeking an NHS Management member for its Steering Committee (NJRSC). The NJRSC oversees the work of the registry which is responsible for improving patient care by finding out more about joint replacement implants and surgery.
Membership of the NJRSC
includes representatives of orthopaedic surgery; epidemiology/public health; practitioners with a specialist interest in orthopaedics; patients; NHS management and independent health sector and implant manufacturers.
NHS Management position: You will be required to demonstrate a broad understanding of joint replacement surgery, particularly of the knee and hip, and an ability to keep abreast of developments in the field. You must also be a chief executive or Board level director in an NHS Trust, NHS Foundation Trust or NHS equivalent organisation in England, Wales or Northern Ireland that has an orthopaedic unit providing joint replacement surgery.
Time commitment and remuneration: The appointment is not remunerated, but expenses will be paid in line with NHS England policy. The time commitment is up to four meetings per year, plus any additional sub-committee meetings.
NHS England values and promotes diversity and is committed to equality of opportunity for all.
- If you require an alternative format such as braille, large print or audio please call Clare Wilkinson on 0113 254 6267 quoting the reference EC13-44
- The closing date for applications is midday on 27 January 2014