Divisional Director Cancer Services
As one of the leading cancer centres in the world, with a track record of developing new and better ways of diagnosing and treating cancer, The Royal Marsden contributes to improved outcomes for patients globally.
As a specialist provider, The Royal Marsden has a responsibility to innovate and ensure that it can act as a test bed of best practice for the NHS. The Trust has a history of trialling new technology, from pioneering intensity-modulated radiotherapy techniques to developing the largest and most comprehensive programme of robotic surgery in the UK.
The Trust is also the host and founder of RM Partners, one of 19 Cancer Alliances tasked with trialling and rolling out new models of care and reducing variation in outcomes. The Royal Marsden and RM Partners are pioneering new models of care, rapidly translating clinical research into clinical practice. Its focus is on reducing variation in outcomes and transforming early diagnosis to improve cancer survival.
As Divisional Director for Cancer Services you will report to the Trust’s Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief Executive and be a key member of the Leadership Team. You will lead the day-to-day management of our Cancer Services Division with a budget of £103m and 1000 staff as well as working with the senior leadership team to deliver our five year strategy.
To succeed, you’ll need a strong leadership profile gained in a senior operational management role in a fast pace healthcare environment. Whilst specific experience within cancer services is not necessary, you will need to have a track record of success within a large and complex acute Trust setting.
To apply please email your curriculum vitae with a cover letter stating how you meet the selection criteria via the apply button below.
To arrange an informal visit or telephone discussion with Liz Bishop Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief Executive please call 0207 811 8127.
Closing Date for applications is Monday 21st May 2018.
Interviews will be held on Monday 4th June 2018