Director, Clyde Sector
Grade: Executive and Senior Management Grade E (subject to re-evaluation)
Salary: £81,863 – £107,527 per annum
Location: Based at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley (Renfrewshire)
Relocation Package where appropriate
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is the largest health organisation in Scotland providing acute hospital, primary, community and mental health services to a population of 1.2 million in 6 local authority areas. The Board is embarking on a period of transformational change developing new models of care, delivering safe, effective and person-centred care. This will be driven by innovation and the opportunities presented by new technology and the digital age.
The above role will play a fundamental role in helping shape our vision for the future. The Director – Clyde Sector will have responsibility for developing and implementing the models of care flowing from our Moving Forward Together Strategy, for steering the Sector through the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic whilst ensuring services continue to respond to the increased demands of a changing population and deliver against key national performance targets including Access and Waiting Times.
Reporting to the Chief Officer, Acute Services, the post holder will have responsibility for leading, developing and directing resources within a large Directorate ensuring there is a clear focus on the delivery of a range of services against local and national objectives. The post holder also has responsibility for the delivery of a whole range of inpatient, outpatient and Emergency Services to residents in the Clyde area which includes the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Inverclyde Royal Hospital and the Vale of Leven Hospital.
The post requires strong influencing and leadership qualities with significant experience at a senior level in operational management in a healthcare or equivalent complex environment. Successful candidates will have the ability to inspire confidence and respect to lead and deliver in a politically sensitive and demanding environment. Key to the success of these roles will be the ability to develop a strong, patient-focused culture which encourages initiative, individual and team responsibility and open communication.
If you believe you have the leadership competencies we require for this important role, we look forward to receiving your application.
For a confidential discussion in relation to the above post, please contact Donogh O’Brien at our recruitment partners, Aspen People, on 0141 212 7555 / 07795 812 574.
To apply please submit your cover letter and CV. For any application queries please contact Melissa Scholes on 0141 212 7555.