Non-Executive Directors/Associate Non-Executive Directors (Finance)
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- South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- NED: £13,000 per annum / ANED: Maximum £10,000 per annum
- Closing date:
- 23rd May
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South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation core purpose is to provide acute, community and tertiary services with the highest quality of patient care and experience. The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough and the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton deliver over 1.5m patient contacts per year, with an additional 1.2m patient contacts undertaken by our community services. Alongside our commitment to research, our position as one of the country’s highest ranked medical training organisations.
We are an anchor tertiary provider – delivering world-class cardiothoracic, spinal, cochlear implant, neurosciences, gynaecology and urology care for patients across the region – and one of only three hospital trusts in the UK operating three robotic surgical systems. Our major trauma centre sees half of all trauma cases in the North East and Cumbria.
Working closely with partners in health, local authorities and third sector to tackle health inequalities, particularly post COVID 19, to enable people to live healthier lives, developing new service models in which patients get more options, better support, and joined-up care at the right time in the best care setting.
These are exciting and challenging times for the Trust as it continues to develop its collaborative and partnership arrangements within the Tees Valley having recently appointed a Joint Chairman.
We now have an opportunity to refresh our Board and appoint two new Non-Executive Directors (NED) and 2 Associate Non-Executive Directors. The new Board members will provide constructive challenge, independence of thought, support diverse insight and strategic input, and ensure that we have robust systems of risk management and governance in place. Beyond this, they will need to demonstrate a strong alignment to our core values and direct experience of promoting and enabling diversity of thought and delivery.
Post 1: Relevant finance experience in a large and complex organisation, who holds recognised financial qualifications
Post 2: Relevant business experience in either HR/people development with evidence of putting customers, patients or service users first.
Post 3: Clinical or health or social care professional
Post 4: Population health/inequalities experience
We are committed to increasing the diversity of our existing Board, and positively improve the representation of people from ethnic minority groups. We are seeking applications from people who are passionate about high quality healthcare and delivering outstanding services across the system and whose background, experience and identity will broaden and enhance the breadth of our leadership perspective and style in navigating both current and future challenges.
To have a confidential discussion about the role, please contact Emily Perry, Melanie West or Robin Staveley on 020 74263978 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
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