Develop Consulting to hire 20 new healthcare consultants

01 November 2021 1 min. read
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Improvement consultancy Develop Consulting has launched a recruitment drive with the aim of hiring up to 20 consultants specialised in the healthcare sector.

The new recruitment drive is the biggest ever for the consulting firm, which has been working with NHS England for three years, as work within the healthcare sector is set to surge in the coming months.

The Coventry-based company, which has a background in Lean methodologies, is searching for experienced Lean improvement coaches with a background in healthcare (preferably in primary care), to help deliver improvement support to general practitioner surgeries across the country.

Members of Develop Consulting’s healthcare team

Simon Bricknell, Healthcare Director for Develop Consulting, said: “Throughout the pandemic we have been supporting general practitioner practices to manage new ways of working and implementing the rapid changes that have been required. As patient demand continues to increase, our support is more vital than ever.”

“We are therefore expanding our team to be able to continue to support such vital services across England, so are now looking for talented people with significant experience in this sector who want to be part improving general practitioner practices’ future and supporting them to give their patients the very best care they can,” he said.

The roles are for improvement coaches looking to work between three to four days a week, on a three-to-four-month contract basis with potential for the contracts to be extended.

Katherine Finnis, who is leading the recruitment for Develop Consulting, added that the roles would suit those who were self-motivated, experienced change managers who have experience within healthcare. “It’s an incredible time for Develop Consulting, and this will be great for someone looking to make a difference and work with such a forward thinking, dynamic company and team. Training will be given on the material which will need to be delivered,” she said.