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Sep 032021
 
Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust – Non-Executive Directors

Non-Executive Directors - Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, is seeking three non-executive directors

We’re looking for three non-executive directors to join our Trust as a member of our unitary Board. Working alongside other non-executives, the Chair of the Trust, and the executive directors, this is a fantastic opportunity to use your skills, knowledge and expertise to direct the work of our Trust.

Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is a dynamic, forward-thinking and successful organisation serving the communities of Leeds and more widely in the Yorkshire and the Humber region, with some specialist services being provided nationally. We work to provide the best services we can for our service users which includes working in partnership across organisational boundaries at a local level and within Integrated Care Systems.

We are looking to recruit three non-executive directors to our Board of Directors offering you the opportunity to improve health outcomes for our population now and in the future. Applicants must have the intellect and strategic ability to contribute actively to the Board of a large public sector organisation which operates in a complex environment, and they will bring a passion for mental health and learning disability services.

We operate in diverse and vibrant cities and welcome applications from a wide diversity of applicants including: people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds; people with protected characteristics; and those with experience or a demonstrable understanding of issues faced by those living with mental health problems and or learning disabilities

We will also provide development opportunities and support with carrying out the role where these have been identified through the appraisal and personal development programme.

  • Post one: Applicants must have an understanding of the complex environment in which the NHS operates including cross-boundary working to ensure quality of care for all our service users. Specifically, applicants must have recent experience in a senior role with a demonstrable track-record within clinical governance and / or have a clinical background. They must be able to supportively challenge the quality agenda within the Trust and will be the chair of the Trust’s Quality Committee. (This position will be available from Spring 2022)
  • Post two: Applicants must have an understanding of the complex environment in which the Trust operates including cross-boundary working to ensure the development of our services internally and also at system and Place level. Specifically, applicants will have recent experience at a senior level within a complex commercial business / third sector / non-public sector organisation with a knowledge of fostering partnership working to create opportunities to enhance the services we provide. Applicants should have experience of working in complex organisations, or of working with numerous partners. (This position will be available from Autumn 2021)
  • Post three: Applicants must have an understanding of the complex environment in which the Trust operates including cross-boundary working to ensure we work with partners to provide opportunities to support the development of our current and future staff. Specifically, applicants will have recent experience at a senior level within a higher education environment. Applicants should have experience of working in complex organisations, or of working with numerous partners. (This position will be available from Spring 2022)

Web link: Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust – Non-Executive Directors (leedsandyorkpft.nhs.uk)

Remuneration is currently £12,939 per annum and is subject to an annual review.

Expected time commitment is a minimum of 2 ½ days and up to 4 days if a chair or member of a Board sub-committee plus some time for reading and meeting preparation.

All applications should be returned to Cath Hill, [email protected] by midnight on Thursday 30 September 2021. Final details of the interviews will be confirmed to the successfully shortlisted candidates.

Sep 022021
 
Government Actuary’s Department – Non-Executive Director

Non-Executive Director - Government Actuary's Department

Business / Organisation Name: Government Actuary's Department
Business / Organisation Sector: Public
Business / Organisation Type: Government
Role Title: Non-Executive Director
Remuneration: Paid

Role Description

The Government Actuary’s Department (GAD) is a non-ministerial government department whose mission is to improve the stewardship of public sector finances by supporting effective decision-making and robust financial reporting through actuarial analysis, modelling and advice.

We are seeking to appoint a Non-Executive Director (NED) to join our Management Board and support the Chair and executive team in advising the Government Actuary. We are looking for an exceptional individual with senior leadership experience within the private and/or public sector, to provide expert advice and bring a valuable external perspective to the department.

As a NED you will play a key role in supporting and constructively challenging executive members of the GAD Management Board, to guide and direct the governance process in alignment with GAD’s mission, vision and strategic direction.

If you have the skills and experience we are looking for, and are motivated to help GAD continue to develop its important contribution to the stewardship of public sector finances, then we’d like to hear from you.

For more information, please visit HM Government Public Appointments: | Government Actuary’s Department Non-Executive Director (cabinetoffice.gov.uk)

Application Details

It is essential in your supporting statement that you provide evidence and proven examples of how you meet the requirements.

  • A CV (maximum 3 pages) setting out your career history, responsibilities and achievements.
  • A supporting statement (maximum 2 sides) highlighting your suitability and setting out how you meet the person specification. The supporting statement is an important part of your application and will be assessed along with your CV.
  • Diversity monitoring forms and Disability, Conflicts and Political activity Questionnaire*

*Please note, as part of the recruitment process, due diligence reviews will be undertaken, this will include the review of social media that will be taken on candidates as they progress through the appointment process.

Please email completed documents to recruitment@gad.gov.uk by 12:00pm on 20 September 2021

Closing Date: 20/09/2021
Contact Name: Recruitment Team
Contact Email: recruitment@gad.gov.uk

Aug 312021
 
Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust and Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust – Chair in Common

Chair in Common - Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust and Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

This is a unique opportunity to undertake this leadership role across acute and community services at both Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (KHFT) and Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust (HRCH).

Both trusts have already been working closely together to achieve greater alignment and you will play a critical part in delivering high quality and outstanding integrated health services and be an indispensable partner within the communities and systems they serve.

The Trusts’ individual identities are important, and they are something special that they need to cherish and enhance, while also forging collaborative work to improve outcomes for the people they serve. They must preserve the things that make them strong in terms of the quality of services that they deliver. Both HRCH & KHFT are high performing trusts and they have demonstrated the importance and benefits of system and place-based working and the resilience and outcomes that can be achieved through a coordinated sharing of objectives, a pooling of resources and a sense of common purpose.

This is a fantastic opportunity to lead each Board, as well as the KHFT Council of Governors, and we are seeking an exceptional individual with the personal reputation, profile and professional credentials to lead the organisations through what will be one of the most exciting and significant periods of their development. You will be committed to overseeing the development and support of their fantastic staff at both Trusts, and you will need to be able to forge strong and sustainable relationships across their ICS with the ability to develop and maintain a close working relationship with our national and regional system partners, bringing the best care to the people of Kingston, Hounslow, Richmond and Surrey Downs and across NW and SW London and putting them at the heart of everything they do.

The best boards are those that reflect the workforce and communities they serve. We particularly welcome applications from women, people from local black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, and people with disabilities, who we know are all under-represented in these important roles.

To find out more about this compelling opportunity, contact Carmel Gibbons or Ruth Lewis at Odgers Berndtson on 020 7529 6314

For general enquiries contact Miriam Walker at NHS England / NHS Improvement on 0300 123 2059 or by emailing [email protected]

Application documents

Key dates:

  • Closing date for receipt of applications* 27 September 2021 at 12 noon
  • Preliminary interviews (Odgers Berndtson) October 2021
  • Stakeholder event (shortlisted candidates) 3 and 4 November 2021
  • Interview date: 8 November 2021
  • Proposed start date: 1 April 2022

*Please read the candidate information pack to find out how to apply and forward your completed application to [email protected] quoting reference L2350 in the subject line.

Our recruitment processes are conducted in accordance with the Government’s Principles of Public Appointments and Governance Code and are made on merit after a fair and open process so that the best people, from the widest possible pool of candidates, are appointed. This appointment is regulated by the Commissioner for Public Appointments.

Aug 272021
 

Non-Executive Director - Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

The opportunity

There is a vacancy for a Non-executive Director (NED) at Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust. 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.

Essential criteria

You will need to have a genuine commitment to patients and the promotion of excellent health care services. You will have experience in one or more of the following:

  • Clinical and patient safety expertise gained from medical, nursing, allied disciplines or social care experience at a senior level in an academic, research, regulatory or clinically focused role
  • Significant experience of working in, and a strong understanding of the Worcestershire Health economy.

You will need to be able to demonstrate you can use your experience to:

  • work alongside other non-executives and executive colleagues as an equal member of the board
  • bring independence, external perspectives, skills and challenge to strategy development
  • hold the executive to account by providing purposeful, constructive scrutiny and challenge
  • shape 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.

Applicants should live in or have strong connections with Worcestershire.

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.

Application documents

Key dates

  • Closing date* 14 September 2021 at 11am
  • Interview date 29 September 2021
  • Proposed start date TBC

*Please read the candidate information pack to find out how to apply and forward your completed application to [email protected]

Our recruitment processes are conducted in accordance with the Government’s Principles of Public Appointments and Governance Code and are made on merit after a fair and open process so that the best people, from the widest possible pool of candidates, are appointed. This appointment is regulated by the Commissioner for Public Appointments.

Find out more

  • We strongly recommend an informal and confidential discussion with Sir David Nicholson, the Chair of the Trust. Please contact Donna Wark on 01905 733960
  • NHS England / NHS Improvement – for general enquiries contact Miriam Walker on 0300 123 2059 or by emailing [email protected]
Aug 272021
 

Non-Executive Director - Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust

Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children is seeking an experienced Non-executive Director to join their board

Location: Central London
Time Commitment: approximately 2.5 days per month (and as required)
Remuneration: £13,000 pa

Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH) is the UK’s pre-eminent paediatric centre and one of the top children’s hospitals in the world. We are renowned for delivering outstanding specialist and sub-specialist clinical services to children and young people from across the UK and overseas.

Working in partnership with the UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health (GOS ICH), we support the largest centre in Europe devoted to research and postgraduate teaching in children’s health. Our mission is to provide world-class care by placing the child and their family at the heart of everything we do.

We require an exceptionally talented individual to lead our organisation in shaping and achieving our ambitious strategy. Working in partnership with the Chair and rest of the Board, the Non-Executive Director will provide inspirational and dynamic leadership to our Trust. We wish to hear from candidates with Board level experience as an Executive and ideally as a Non-Executive or Trustee, with specific experience in one of the following areas:

Strong business and financial acumen, with considerable experience at Board level for a large/complex/changing healthcare organisation (NHS or commercial).
Experience of designing, negotiating and delivering innovative technologies (for example digital) within a commercial or public environment (and managing workforce/ transformation/ cultural implications).

The candidate will require a strong commitment to the principles of the NHS and champion effective, safe services and an excellent patient and family experience. They will be passionate about improving child health. They will offer leadership qualities which will enable us to continually improve our clinical, operational and financial performance. They will be able to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability and delivery of our sustainability plans.

Candidates will also demonstrate:

  • Significant intellect, political nous and credibility to understand the NHS landscape in which the Trust operates;
  • A high degree of integrity and diplomacy to collaborate and sustain relationships with internal stakeholders (Board members, Governors and staff members).
  • An in-depth understanding of governance with the ability to hold senior executives to account and challenge accordingly;
  • Outstanding communication skills.

The Trust welcomes interest from individuals who bring exceptional leadership capabilities from a diverse variety of backgrounds

This is a unique opportunity to contribute to the development of a global centre of excellence in child health.

If you would like a confidential discussion about the role please contact Rhiannon Smith or Jenny Adrian on [email protected] or call 07939 250362.

Application closing date – 24 September 2021
Shortlisting date – 11 October 2021
Interview date – 1 November 2021
The information pack will be available shortly.

Aug 262021
 

Non-Executive Director and Associate Non-Executive Director - Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Have you got what it takes to positively influence the strategic direction of a local NHS Foundation Trust?

  • Can you think differently?
  • Can you challenge constructively?
  • Are you committed to making sure our population receives excellent health services?

If this sounds like you, we would really like to hear from you!

As a Non-Executive Director, you will play an important part in the achievement of the Trust’s objectives, as well as working with other Board members and the Trust’s Council of Governors to help determine its future strategy. We are looking for an individual who will bring skills, enthusiasm, energy and personal experience to the Board as well as a passion for the provision of quality health services. Your commitment to keeping the interests of patients at the heart of what we do will help you both challenge and guide the organisation as we seek to achieve ongoing improvements and transform the way we delivery health care.

If you support and value public service, share our values and believe that you can champion the standards of public life, we would like to hear from you!

We are one of the largest providers of healthcare in the North West. With more than 9,000 employees and an annual income of over £550 million, the Trust offers a wide range of general hospital services to the local population of around 450,000 who live within the boroughs of Chorley, South Ribble and Preston. We are also proud of delivering a wide range of specialist services to the wider population within Lancashire and South Cumbria. Our specialist services include renal, cancer, vascular surgery and neurosciences.

You will need to be able to commit a minimum of 4 days per month (on average) to the role – this may be during the working day and in the evening. In return Non-Executive Directors receive a remuneration of £13,000 per annum, whilst Associates receive a remuneration of £6,500 per annum.

You must be eligible for membership of the Trust (the main requirement being to reside in any local authority area of the North West of England) and have a strong commitment to the NHS. In particular we are looking for individuals who are to demonstrate an ability to understand business and finance issues in a very large and complex organisation and are seeking to appoint candidates who have preferably had a successful career at a senior level working across complex systems and with partner organisation, have experience of strategic change programmes involving multiple organisations and who have a good understanding of local communities and the wider determinants of health and social care.

We are committed to, and actively promote, equality of opportunity for all staff and we want our Board of Directors to reflect the diversity of the population we serve. We welcome all applications, especially from under-represented groups including people from minority ethnic communities and those whose lived experience provides our Board with a fresh perspective. Applications are particularly encouraged from those who:

  • Are from a minority ethnic background
  • Have experience of gender and women’s issues
  • Are a younger person
  • Are open about their faith
  • Have an understanding of or have experienced social deprivation and used this to influence positively
  • Live with a disability
  • Are openly LGBQT+

The closing date for receipt of applications is Friday 27th August 2021 and applications should be made via NHS jobs. Please include a CVs and application letter outlining the reasons for your application.

Aug 262021
 

Chair - The Henry Royce Institute

Recruiter: The Henry Royce Institute
Location: Manchester
Salary: Remunerated
Posted: 25 Aug 2021
Closes: 17 Sep 2021
Job Function: Chair
Industry: Public
Position Type: Permanent

The Henry Royce Institute (Royce) is the UK’s national institute for advanced materials research and innovation and was set up through £260m of funding from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). Royce brings together world-leading academics from across the UK and works closely with industry to ensure translation and commercialisation of fundamental research, delivering positive economic and societal impact for the UK. With its hub at The University of Manchester, the Institute is a partnership of ten leading institutions – the universities of Cambridge, Cranfield, Liverpool, Leeds, Manchester, Oxford, Sheffield, Imperial College London, and the UK Atomic Energy Authority and National Nuclear Laboratory. As the Institute transitions from a set-up to operational phase, it has established a clear vision around Advanced Materials for a Sustainable Society.

With Professor Dame Julia King, the Baroness Brown of Cambridge, stepping down as Chair in early Autumn, Royce is seeking to appoint a new Chair of its Governing body. The Chair will lead Royce’s Governing Board (GB), ensuring the highest standards of governance. They will play a key role in promoting Royce, and provide strategic oversight, support, guidance, and constructive challenge to the CEO and Executive Team. The full Governing Board meets five times a year.

The successful candidate will be a highly regarded leader with strong stakeholder management skills, and the ability to engage and influence at the highest levels across government, industry, and academia. Candidates will be experienced non-executives and ideally bring previous chairing experience to the role. A strong interest in Royce’s vision, mission, and strategy is essential.

Royce welcomes applications from everyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability. We particularly welcome applications from women and the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic community who are currently under-represented on the Board. All appointments will be made on merit, following a fair and transparent process.

Saxton Bampfylde Ltd is acting as an employment agency advisor to the Henry Royce Institute on this appointment. For further information about the role, including details about how to apply, please visit www.saxbam.com/appointments using reference WMND. Alternatively telephone +44 (0)20 7227 0880 (during office hours).

Applications should be received by noon on Friday 17 September 2021.

Aug 242021
 

Non-Executive Director - The Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS)

Recruiter: The Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS)
Location: London based (with occasional travel to USS’s Liverpool office)
Salary: £88,300* p/a. (total fee)
Posted: 22 Aug 2021
Closes: 13 Sep 2021
Job Function: Non Executive Director
Industry: Public

Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS), with c440,000 members, and more than £85 billion in assets, is one of the largest private pension schemes in the UK and in the top 50 worldwide. Established in 1974, USS is entrusted by c340 higher education institutions to manage and administer the pension scheme and its investments through Universities Superannuation Scheme Limited (USSL) and its wholly owned subsidiary USS Investment Management Limited (USSIM). USSIM is authorised and regulated by the FCA and designated as an “enhanced firm” by the FCA and is under the Senior Managers & Certification Regime

With upcoming retirements from the USSL board of an Independent Director, USS invites applications for an independent non-executive director to join the board of USSL and also the board of its investment management subsidiary, USSIM, in December 2021. The role will have a focus on investment management (in a pensions context).

Both boards have significant responsibilities for the governance and oversight of a business providing complex operational and advisory functions within a heavily regulated environment and Board members need experience, expertise and capabilities proportionate to this. All Board members therefore require exceptional strategic thinking, leadership, communication, influencing, teamwork and decision-making skills.

The successful candidate will have expertise in the following areas:

  • Recent experience of institutional investment, as a CIO, portfolio manager or advisor. Considerable understanding of investment principles, major asset classes (including private and public markets) and strategic asset allocation. Ideally candidates will have some direct experience of investment decision-making but may have subsequently moved to a broader business management role or been involved in a consulting/advisory capacity.
  • A strong understanding of asset and liability management, with experience of managing pension or insurance liabilities helpful. Candidates should be familiar with the UK regulatory framework for pension funds (DB and / or DC).
  • Candidates must have in-depth practical experience of the financial services sector, with demonstratable knowledge of governance and FCA regulatory responsibilities and best practice.
  • Experience of working with boards/ governing bodies. We would also welcome applications from candidates who have not previously held any non-executive or trustee positions, but can demonstrate a track record of influencing (at board level) the direction of an organisation, or regularly engaging with and attending non-executive / trustee forums, outside of their day-to-day area(s) of responsibility.

We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees, non-executive directors and contractors and would welcome applications from a wide range of candidates, including those who have recently left an executive role and are embarking on a plural career.

Time Commitment: Approximately 55 days per annum (30 days USSL; 25 days USSIM).
Duration: Initial 4-year term with possibility of reappointment.
Further details are available in the full role profile.

To apply, please send a copy of your CV and a statement of suitability to [email protected] including the role title and reference “USSL-NED” in the email subject line. The closing date is 13 September 2021 and interviews are expected to take place in early October.

Jul 272021
 
Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust – Non-Executive Director

Non-Executive Director - Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust

Business / Organisation Name: Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust
Business / Organisation Sector: Public
Business / Organisation Website: https://opportunitydchs.co.uk
Business / Organisation Type: NHS
Role Title: Non-Executive Director
Remuneration: Paid

Role Description

Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust (DCHS) is an inclusive organisation of some 4,500 staff, making us one of the largest providers of specialist community health services in the country, serving a patient population of more than one million.

Rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), we provide personalised and safe community-based health services that enrich the lives of local people and communities.

We do this by bringing to life “the DCHS Way”, a fundamental ‘pledge’ to our staff and patients which promises how we will govern and manage our organisation.

If you

  • Have the skills and experience to add measurable value to not only our Board but to all levels of the Trust;
  • Have professional credibility founded upon the delivery of successful outcomes whilst operating at Board level;
  • Exemplify and personify our values because they closely align with your own;
  • Have a set of personal attributes and innate behaviours that place you comfortably at the heart of The DCHS Way;
  • Can bring your lived experience and diversity of thought to bear on the challenges that face us

Then we would like to talk to you about joining our Board as a Non-Executive Director.

It may be beneficial if you:

  • Have experience of working in a Board role in higher education, local government, Local Enterprise Partnerships and/or joint ventures
  • Have an understanding of some of the key challenges across health and social care, including, but not limited to digital transformation, population health management and health inequalities

Application Details

For further information, please visit www.opportunitydchs.co.uk. If you have any questions or would like a confidential discussion with our partners at NHS Executive Search, please contact David Hunter on 07889 202229 or at [email protected] or James McLeod on 07523 044455 or at [email protected]

Closing date is Sunday 15th August.

Contact Name: James McLeod
Contact Email: [email protected] 

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Jul 152021
 
North East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust – Non-Executive Directors

Non-Executive Directors - North East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

Description

This is a very exciting time for North East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust, with the retaining of a ‘Good’ rating following the Trust’s Care Quality Commission inspection in 2018, and the development of a number of new service offerings. The Trust operates across Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, County Durham, Darlington and Teesside. We provide an Unscheduled Care service to respond to 999 calls (the emergency element of our services), and a Scheduled Care service which provides pre-planned non-emergency transport for patients in the region (our patient transport service). We also operate the NHS 111 and Integrated Urgent Care services for the region. These services enables us to seamlessly ensure that patients receive the most appropriate response for their condition. Even in the most challenging situations we strive to perform to the highest professional standards in a spirit of collaboration and teamwork. Caring for and treating more patients closer to home is at the heart of our plans, and our committed, compassionate and caring staff are critical to our success.

We are now looking to appoint two Non-Executive Directors to our Board to provide support, oversight, governance and leadership in the pursuit of our strategy. As a new Non-Executive Director, you will be joining a strong and high-performing Board comprised of individuals with a wide range of professional backgrounds and lived experience. Utilising your experience from your chosen profession, whether private, public or voluntary sector, you will bring support, challenge and independent judgement to a complex, fast-paced, regulated environment.

The successful candidate will have proven senior leadership skills and a strong commitment to the values of the NHS. Previous Non-Executive Director experience would be advantageous but is not essential – rather, the ability to challenge constructively through solid knowledge and understanding is a critical component of the role. For one of the two roles, leadership experience of a large, dispersed workforce will be critical, and for the other, either recent senior financial experience or significant financial literacy because of the management of large budgets will be important. The ability to hold others to account and delivering strategy will be important requirements for both roles.

We are committed to and actively promote equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals from all areas of the community who meet the specific criteria are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage/civil partnerships. We want our Board of Directors to reflect the diversity of the population we serve and we welcome all applications, especially from under-represented groups, including people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.

The appointment is for an initial term of 3 years with a time commitment of on average 3 days per month. At the end of their term Non-Executive Directors are eligible a second term of 3 years.

You must be a resident of the North East to be eligible.

To view the job description and person specification, please visit https://neasappointments.com/

Further info

If you are interested in the role and would like to have a confidential conversation, please contact Robin Staveley, Mark Bate or Peter Guilder on 07545 441127 or at peter.gu[email protected]

How to apply

To apply for this role, please submit an up to date copy of your CV, completed fit and proper person form, along with a Supporting Statement that addresses the criteria set out in the person specification, using examples to demonstrate how you meet the essential requirements. Please provide your home, work, mobile and email contact details and let us know of any dates when you are not available or where you may have difficulty with the indicative timetable. You should also provide the names, positions, organisations and contact details for two referees, one of whom should be your current or most recent employer. If you do not wish us to approach your referees without your prior permission, please state this clearly.

Once you have submitted your application, you will receive an automated email to confirm that you have applied. If you do not receive this email, please make contact with GatenbySanderson.

Recruitment timetable

  • Virtual open evening Thursday 5th August 17.00 – 18.00
  • Closing date 9AM Monday 9th August 2021
  • Preliminary Interviews w/c 16th & 23rd August 2021
  • Final Panel Interviews Friday 10th September 2021
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