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Do you want to work with a publically funded organisation about to embark on a major procurement exercise? If so, we are working on a Senior opportunity which might be an ideal role for you.
Director of Acute Services
- Band Senior Manager Grade E
NHS Forth Valley employs around 7000 staff and provides care and support for patients with acute, mental illness and learning disabilities and a wide range of community based services. This post of Director of Acute Services, based in Larbert, is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Senior Manager to provide dynamic, strategic direction and operational leadership, in the planning, management and provision of acute services.
WSUK Director, Scotland
WorldSkills UK is recruiting a lead champion and advocate in Scotland.
This role will ensure that WSUK is positively represented to key stakeholders, that its purpose and value is clearly understood, and that WSUK is relevant and responsive to evolving public policy, economic and tertiary education colleges’ skills sector needs in Scotland and is funded appropriately to deliver value for money outcomes.
Join WSUK in helping more young people go further, faster in work and life.
- 72450 (under review), car allowance of 5000 and benefit package
The Finance Director will hold an Executive Director position on the company’s Board and forms part of the Executive Team with responsibility for directing, leading, inspiring and developing the Finance department. They will also hold responsibility for financial and treasury management, whilst ensuring sector compliance.
The successful candidate will hold a relevant accountancy qualification and have experience of developing policy and financial strategy with a Registered Social Landlord. They will also have experience of leading, managing and developing a Finance team. It is essential to have experience and an understanding of housing management and financial management ICT systems.
- Non-remunerated (expenses paid)
- East Renfrewshire
East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure launched in July 2015 is a charity with over 400 employees delivering sport, leisure, arts and culture services in East Renfrewshire. Their Trustees are responsible for making sure that the Trust is administered effectively, and in a manner consistent with its charitable purposes, and that it is able to account for its activities and outcomes to the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator, its funding partners and to the public.