The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust - 2 Non-executive DirectorsClosed
|Appointing Department:||NHS Improvement|
|Sectors:||Charity & Public Sector, Health|
|Number of Vacancies:||2|
|Remuneration:||£10,000 per annum|
|Time Requirements:||On average this role will require the equivalent to 2 to 3 days a month, however the time commitment may vary and a flexible approach should be taken.|
Closed for Applications
15/01/2020 at 11:00
Final Interview Date
There are vacancies for two Non-executive Directors at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust (RNOH). This is an exceptional opportunity to share your talents and expertise to make a positive difference to the lives of people served by the Trust.
Candidates will need to have a genuine commitment to patients and to the promotion of excellent health care services.
Workforce and Organisational Development expertise gained at a senior level. You will have experience of providing appropriate leadership, oversight, support and challenge to help improve Equality Diversity and Inclusion (EDI). Experience of patient advocacy and/or community engagement would also be an advantage.
Clinical expertise gained from medical, nursing, allied disciplines or social care. You will have a track record of delivering innovation and quality improvement at a senior level. Experience of setting and overseeing delivery of research and teaching strategy would also be an advantage.
For both posts
You will need to be able to demonstrate you can use your experience to:
- working alongside other Non-executives and Executive colleagues as an equal member of the Board,
- bringing independence, external perspectives, skills and challenge to strategy development,
- holding the Executive to account by providing purposeful, constructive scrutiny and challenge, and
- shaping and actively support a healthy culture for the Trust.
All Non-executive Directors must champion the standards of public life – by upholding the highest standards of conduct and displaying the principles of selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty, and leadership.
As a future NHS leader, the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the range of behaviours required to contribute effectively in this board level role. These are outlined in the NHS Leadership Academy’s Healthcare Leadership Model
We value and promote diversity and are committed to equality of opportunity for all and appointments made on merit. We believe that the best boards are those that reflect the communities they serve.
We particularly welcome applications from women, people from the local black and minority ethnic communities, and disabled people who we know are under-represented in chair and non-executive roles.
Our recruitment processes are conducted in accordance with the Code of Governance to ensure that they are made on merit after a fair and open process so that the best people, from the widest possible pool of candidates, are appointed .
Interviews will be held on 27 and 29 January 2020 after 2pm on both days
Hunter Healthcare are helping us to identify potential candidates, if you would like a confidential discussion about the role, please contact Rhiannon Smith, Managing Partner on 020 7935 4570 or by email email@example.com
NHS Improvement – for general enquiries contact Leslie Horn on 0300 123 2057 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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