Associate Non Executive Director York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Recruiter: York St John University
Location: United Kingdom
Posted: 07 Jan 2018
Closes: 04 Feb 2018
Sectors: Education & Teaching, Teaching Assistant
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: Full Time
GBP15,543 per annum upon substantive appointment
Working up to 5 days per month (flexibly)
These are challenging times for the NHS nationally, and locally too.
York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is looking to manage the succession of the Non-Executive Directors of the board, and to strengthen the capability of the board still further. Specifically, we seek to appoint 2 Associate NEDs: one of whom will have senior clinical leadership experience and the other will have a strong background in complex, transformational or digital change. Our NEDs play a critical role in the effective governance of the trust, providing independence and challenge, as well as support and a total commitment to the enduring values of NHS: the role of NEDs has never been more important.
Successful applicants are likely to be naturally strategic in their thinking, familiar with complex organizations, energized by change, driven by a desire to provide the very best standards of care to patients and service users, and robust and resilient in their approach to working life.
We are always interested in meeting applicants from diverse backgrounds who can add different perspectives to our debate at board.
Associate NEDs will be crucial to the seamless succession of our NEDs at Board.
You can contact the chair of the trust Sue Symington email@example.com for an informal conversation if these opportunities appeal to you, or you can visit the Trust on Thursday 11th January between 4-6pm when you can meet NED colleagues, governors and executives informally to discuss the role of a NED in the NHS.
In order to apply for the role please visit jobs.york.nhs.uk and click on the Directors tab
Deadline for receipt of applications: Midnight on Thursday 18th January 2018
Assessments and interviews: Thursday 1st February 2018