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Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust delivers an extensive range of acute services, to a diverse population of approximately 420,000. St Helier Hospital is the largest site within the Trust and is home to the award winning South West Thames Renal and Transplantation Unit, which supports eight renal satellite units across the region.
The Trust are embarking on an exciting journey of transformation which includes confirmed plans for major redevelopment at St Helier, and the potential merger of Epsom with a neighbouring Foundation Trust. This will enable them to achieve their strong vision to be a principle provider of high quality, patient centred care.
The Trust's continuous investment programme, strong clinical performance and introduction of ground breaking innovations demonstrates its commitment to meeting the interests of patients, visitors, volunteers and staff. This is further highlighted by £multi million capital redevelopment programmes which will focus on the St Helier site. The St Helier redevelopment is to receive the biggest investment in healthcare in the area for a generation, and will see the creation of a state-of-the art building.
Committed to building on its already strong reputation the Trust are looking for experienced NHS finance and commissioning professionals to be an integral part of its interesting, challenging and exciting future.
Directorate Finance Manager - Surgical
Directorate Finance Manager - Medical
Challenging and varied roles for suitably qualified, business focused Accountants to lead a team in delivering sound business and financial advice to Operational Managers and Clinicians, and using financial and other information to make recommendations for improvements to the efficiency and effectiveness of the Directorate.
Reporting into the Assistant Director of Finance you will be responsible for a specific Directorate, and
through appropriate leadership and guidance will provide an streamlined management accounting service, ensuring deadlines are met and Trust objectives achieved. Contributing to the development of Cost Improvement Programmes and Income generation schemes will also be a pivotal part of this role.
A passion to succeed and a proven track record in a similar role within the NHS, will by supported by a natural flair to influence and drive through improvements that will help shape the future direction, and success of the Directorate. Able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills, you will also possess an ability to inspire confidence and create positive, effective working relationships between the finance function, Clinicians and Budget Holders.
Please note this recruitment is being managed by our retained consultants, CY Executive Resourcing Ltd. For an informal, confidential discussion or to receive a full information pack please contact Val Spencer or Lisa Schofield on 0121 632 6776 or email firstname.lastname@example.org