Working with Barnsley CCG

NHS Barnsley Clinical Commissioning Group represents 36 GP practices and over 230,000 patients. We have responsibility in partnership with local organisations and providers for commissioning good quality, cost effective, health and care services for the population of Barnsley including: hospital care; rehabilitation care; urgent and emergency care, most community health services, mental health; and learning disability services.

The CCG is committed to becoming an employer of excellence, offering good working conditions and wide ranging training and development opportunities.

Our teams are leading the way  to improve the outcomes for people across Barnsley, working with some great partner organisations. We are a national pioneer for an integrated approach to care and we are one of only eight sites across the country to launch integrated personal commissioning.

In 2015 our local GP federation was successful in receiving Prime Minister's Challenge funding with their ambitious and innovative approach to seven-day services in Barnsley. We also took on full responsibility for commissioning GP primary care services in April 2015.

Working with GP member practices

Each practice advertises their own vacancies, so look out in the local press or trade media for these posts. Thinking about becoming a GP in Barnsley? Meet Dr Atcha who runs the vibrant and popular BEST sessions.

Together with the CCG, member practice are part of the Barnsley apprenticeship scheme with Barnsley College. Click here for more information on becoming an apprentice and hear about Kira, who joined one of our member GP surgeries as an apprentice and went on to be Cache Apprentice of the year 2015 or read Kira's story.

Working in Barnsley

Our head office is based at Hillder House on Gawber Road, Barnsley, directly opposite the local hospital. There is free parking for staff who use a car, lockable bike sheds if you travel by bike and there are bus stops right by the building. The office is a short walk, bus trip or drive into Barnsley town centre and train station and convenient for junction 37 or 38 of the M1.

If you live in and around Barnsley, you'll know this already, but if you're thinking of relocating and want to know how great it is to live and work around here, check out Visit Barnsley and Love Where You Live Barnsley and Welcome to Yorkshire.

Current jobs

All our vacancies are advertised on the NHS jobs website and sometimes we'll promote them in trade journals.

To view any current job vacancies click here. If this is the first time you are applying for a job in the NHS you may find this guide to applications useful.

For any current apprenticeship opportunities visit Barnsley College.

Follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and check some of our short films on YouTube.

Thinking about a career in health?

If you're thinking about a career in health, visit the Health Education England 'Health Careers' website for some great guides to all the options open to you. 

The site offers helpful resources whether you are still in education, starting a new career or wanting to switch careers. There's also great guides on work experience and specific advice if your role is offering career advice.

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