An exciting new opportunity has arisen to work for an NHS organisation who are seeking to appoint an Interim Head of Partnerships and Strategy to maximise participation in the mass testing programme, for up to 3 months in the first instance.
Candidates must be able demonstrate significant experience of managing the strategic delivery of large programmes of work within the NHS, including driving participation and engagement at this level.
The role will be remunerated under the NHSI Agency Caps at Band 8c. ASAP start.Key responsibilities will include:
The ideal candidate will have:
- Lead the development of new and existing partnerships with wider organisations across the region;
- Develop and implement partnership engagement strategies to successfully deliver the programme’s objectives and performance targets;
- Develop the strategic plan for the work programme to take into account national and local requirements;
- Work with work stream leads to develop actions and make decisions in accordance with the roll out programme;
- Co-ordinate onboarding activity across multiple programme workstreams to ensure that participation is aligned to growth of testing capacity;
- Manage the communications and strategy to communicate the future plans to ensure that both internal and external stakeholders are informed and involved where appropriate.
- Postgraduate qualification plus training and/or equivalent level of knowledge acquired through experience;
- Significant proven experience of managing the strategic delivery of large programmes of work within the NHS, including driving participation and engagement;
- Experience of managing contracts of high significance;
- Excellent problem solving and negotiation skills.
If you are interested in the role, please send a copy of your updated CV to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your availability.
If you do not receive a response within 72 hours of receipt, please assume that on this particular occasion, your application did not meet the client’s requirements for this specific role.