Managing Director x2

Employer
Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
Location
North East
Salary
Attractive
Closing date
2 Dec 2021
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Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust

Managing Director x2

North East, Attractive Salaries

Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust provides inpatient and community mental health and learning disability services to a population of around 2 million people in County Durham and Darlington, Teesside, North Yorkshire and York.  We also provide forensic and offender services across the North East, Cumbria and Lancashire.   Earlier this year we launched a new strategy “Our Journey to Change” and we are now totally focussed on co-creating great patient and carer and colleagues experience and being a great partner. Working in a collaborative, multi-agency environment we are a large and complex organisation operating across over 150 sites and with an annual budget approaching £400 million.

To deliver “Our Journey to Change, we are moving to a new Care Group model; designed to allow us to support our service users, colleagues, communities and partners in a way that is clinically led and operationally enabled and locally focussed. These are broad, strategic, board level roles with responsibility for the leadership of our two new Care Groups and for developing relationships in the ‘places’ that we serve. Our Managing Directors will be aspirational for ensuring that what we do at TEWV is the best it can possibly be, and that we are working with our wide range of stakeholders to co-create a great experience for service users, carers and families and for our colleagues.  

These roles would suit aspiring Chief Executives or experienced executives with a strong track record in service leadership, with a good history of delivering operational excellence, service improvement and working collaboratively in partnership across organisational boundaries. Your values will align to ours of Respect, Compassion and Responsibility and these will be central to your leadership style. A natural communicator, you will also share our commitment to collective leadership, champion the voice of clinical leadership and be an advocate of our ground-breaking work on lived experience leadership roles. 

To learn more about us, these exciting new roles and how to apply please click APPLY and contact Richard Murphy, Michelle Shirley or Emma Pickup on 07393 013 067

Closing date: 9AM Thursday 2nd December 2021
Preliminary interviews: w/c 6th December 2021
Final interviews: Early-mid January 2022

Company

We are one of the largest specialist mental health and learning disabilities trusts in the country, with an annual income of £280m and a workforce of some 5,800 staff operating from over one hundred sites in Durham, Teesside and North Yorkshire.  We provide a range of services to 1.6m people in addition to providing specialist services to other parts of Northern England.   

We are a multi-award winning trust, with accolades including the prestigious Royal College of Psychiatrists' Mental Health Service Provider of the Year Award 2011 and the Health Service Journal 2011 Awards for Innovation in Mental Health for our quality improvement system and Research Culture for our contribution to mental health research.

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