Interim Business Case Development Manager


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    09 December 2020

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Ref: GSi70129

My client, an NHS Provider are seeking an Interim Business case Development Manager to work with them for around 3 months with a possibility of an extension.

Our client is ideally looking for someone to start asap but they could consider someone on a full or part time basis. This role will be predominantly remote working.


My client are ideally looking for candidates who have extensive business case development experience to help redraft several significant business cases.  The role will fall inside IR35 and is banded at approximately 8b /8c, however, my client are flexible on considering candidates on either a Fixed Term Contract, a bank arrangement or a day rate through ourselves on a time-sheet basis, so rate is up for discussion with interested parties.


If you or any of your networks are interested in this role, do get in touch. 

Please E-mail your CV, availability and pay rate details to Only suitable candidates will be contacted regarding next steps.

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