FOI 1743 – ICB Staffing
FOI Reference Number:
How many staff are directly employed by the ICB? Please could this be broken down by profession?
Is the ICB currently recruiting?
Are you using a recruitment company? If so, which one(s)?
Does the ICB currently have vacancies? If so, how many (figure) and in which professions?
How many members of staff have left the organisation since July 2022?
Of these, how many were redundancies?
Of these, how many were voluntary redundancies?
Of these, how many were because a contract expired?
Of these, how many were resignations?
Of these, how many were because of retirements?
Date: 1 February 2023
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Dear Sir / Madam,
FOI Reference Number: 1473
1. How many staff are directly employed by the ICB?
2. Please could this be broken down by profession?
Please see attached list of ICB job titles.
3. Is the ICB currently recruiting?
4. Are you using a recruitment company?
The ICB does not routinely use a recruitment company; we advertise the majority of roles directly on NHS Jobs. We may use a recruitment company for specialist or senior level recruitment and temporary recruitment agencies for short term gaps where agency staff are required.
5. If so, which one(s)?
Since the establishment of the ICB on 1 July 2022, we have not used any recruitment companies for permanent vacancies.
6. Does the ICB currently have vacancies?
7. If so, how many (figure) and in which professions?
As of 23 January 2023, we are currently recruiting to 3 vacancies for Information Governance Administration Assistant, Senior Administrator and emergency preparedness, resilience and response (EPRR) Manager.
8. How many members of staff have left the organisation since July 2022?
a. Of these, how many were redundancies?
b. Of these, how many were voluntary redundancies?
c. Of these, how many were because a contract expired?
d. Of these, how many were resignations?
e. Of these, how many were because of retirements?
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