Learning Academy Manager


Learning Academy Manager


NHS, City of Westminster

  • Full time
  • Temporary
  • Remote working

Posted 2 weeks ago, 23 Jun | Get your application in now before you miss out!

Closing date: Closing date not specified

job Ref: 25fd4155423d459c971fdb60ab96d10b

Full Job Description

The NHS Counter Fraud Authority (NHSCFA) is the national body responsible for all matters relating to the prevention, detection and investigation of economic crime across the NHS. Further information about our work and annual plan for delivering this is available on our website.
This is an exciting opportunity to lead the team responsible for designing and delivering specialist counter fraud training to NHSCFA people and external stakeholders who support the fight against fraud and other economic crime within the NHS. The postholder will be expected to ensure that all technical training and continued professional development is in line with requirements of the Government Counter Fraud Profession. Furthermore, the team is expected to generate income from providing training and as the Learning Academy Manager you would be responsible for ensuring that income targets are met.
As part of a self-funding training initiative the initial contract period may be extended depending upon the success of the project.
Potential applicants can contact Richard Rippin at [email protected] for an informal chat if you have any questions regarding the role.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy before the advertised closing date should we receive a significant number of applications.
Interviews will be held on 17th July 2024, To lead the NHSCFA counter fraud Learning Academy, ensuring that an effective and cost-neutral counter fraud training function is delivered for NHSCFA, the NHS counter fraud community and the wider health group. Managing the core delivery of appropriate counter fraud learning interventions, the role will also lead activity towards enhancing and developing the professionalisation of the counter fraud response working across the sector., Establishing, developing and managing all aspects of a counter fraud Learning Academy, providing counter fraud learning opportunities and pathways for specialist counter fraud staff deployed across the NHS and wider health group.
Promoting and overseeing the strategic development of a counter fraud learning plan/vision for the NHS and the progress of professionalisation for the NHS counter fraud community.
Leading on the NHSCFAs interaction with the wider NHS counter fraud community regarding learning & development activity, including working closely with all parts of the NHS, wider health group and other parts of the public and private sectors to understand future requirements.
Acting as the subject matter expert for counter fraud learning and professionalisation for NHSCFA as well as for the NHS counter fraud community and wider health group.
To oversee the development and delivery of counter fraud training materials and interventions to support a range of specialist technical courses delivered both face to face and also in a virtual environment.