The NHS Counter Fraud Authority is the national body responsible all for matters relating to the prevention, detection and investigation of economic crime across the NHS. Aligned to the DHSC Health Group Counter Fraud strategy, the NHSCFA acts as the principal lead for the NHS and wider health group in counter fraud intelligence work. Working to government and Cabinet Office standards, the NHSCFA Chief Executive, with the Authority Chair and Board will deliver cross system counter fraud capability to produce intelligence on fraud risks impacting upon or threatening the NHS and wider health group; and enable pro-active fraud detection to drive improvements to all aspects of counter fraud work across the NHS.

NHSCFA delivers a service focused on the protection of NHS resources from crime. The aim of our anti-crime work is to protect health and care staff and resources from activities that would otherwise undermine their effectiveness and their ability to meet the needs of patients and professionals. Ultimately this helps to ensure the proper use of valuable resources and a safer, more secure environment in which to deliver and receive care.

The post holder will work as part of a team whose remit is to deliver an effective media relations and press function, maximising the benefits of social media channels and other networks. This is an exciting opportunity to increase awareness of NHSCFA and its work across the NHS, wider health group and public.

This Fixed term (18 months) post is home based or flexible office based in Coventry or Newcastle.

Visit our current vacancies section to find out more about this and other we have available at the NHSFCA.

Applications must be in before the close of play on the 14th of October 2021. Applications after this time will not be accepted. Apply only via the NHS Jobs website. Good luck!