NHS Improvement - NHS Trust Chair and Non-Executive appointments
NHS Improvement has a specific role in appointing and supporting NHS Trust Chairs and Non-Executives. In the spirit of transparency they routinely publish the appointments they make.
If you have applied for an NHS Trust Chair or Non-Executive appointment in the previous year and were unsuccessful, you may be interested to see who was appointed - in many cases existing position holders were appointed either for a new 3-year term or to extend their current term.
If post application shortlisting or interview feedback is available then you shold always take it as it will help you when making your next application.
NHS Improvement’s Non-executive Appointments Team offers a range of support in finding and developing the very best chairs and non-executive directors for NHS provider boards. They appoint and support NHS Trust Chairs and Non-Executives. The power to make, suspend and terminate these ministerial appointments is delegated by the Secretary of State for Health.
The recruitment processes are conducted in accordance with the Cabinet Office's Governance Code on Public Appointments. Appointments are made on merit generally after a fair and open process so that the best people, from the widest possible pool of candidates are appointed.
The recent appointments are published below.
Further information on the individual appointees may be available on individual Trust's websites.