Working for the Manchester CCGs
Improving Working Lives
The Manchester Clinical Commissioning Groups are dedicated to improving the working lives of its staff. It has a range of policies in place to assist with improving the quality of working life for all its staff and offer flexible working, wherever possible.
The Manchester Clinical Commissioning Groups operate a Job Share policy; applicants who would be interested in job share should clearly state this on the application form.
The Manchester Clinical Commissioning Groups are committed to ensuring equal opportunities in employment and will not discriminate on any grounds. Information collated for monitoring purposes is confidential and will not be used for selection processes.
The Manchester Clinical Commissioning Groups are positive about disabled people and as Two Ticks symbol users, NHS Manchester guarantees to interview all applicants with a disability who meet the essential criteria for a vacancy and consider them on their abilities.
Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checks
The Manchester Clinical Commissioning Groups are required to undertake a CRB check on every candidate applying for a post which involves working with children or vulnerable adults. Dependent on the duties of the post, this disclosure will be at the standard or enhanced level.
The Manchester Clinical Commissioning Groups operate a No Smoking Policy.
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