An exciting new opportunity has arisen to work for an NHS organisation who are seeking to appoint an Interim Deputy Chief Operating Officer, for up to 3 months in the first instance.
The postholder will be responsible for leading the Urgent Care and Emergency planning agenda across the Trust and deputising at Board level. As this is a key position within the organisation’s senior management structure, candidates must be experienced in leading and delivering ED & Urgent Care Services at this level.
The role will be remunerated under the NHSI Agency Caps at Band 9.Key responsibilities will include:
The ideal candidate will have:
- Deputise for the Chief Operating Officer in all aspects of the role and represent the Trust on operational issues with national and local health teams;
- Leadership and responsibility for the operational management of the Trust through effective stakeholder engagement at all levels across the organisation;
- Support the delivery of resilience and emergency planning for the Trust;
- Take day to day responsibility and accountability for the operational running of the specified Division;
- Take lead responsibility for delivering national and internal targets, while addressing day to day patient flow issues;
- Efficient and effective use of resources to ensure highest standards of patient care and excellent service delivery;
- Manage the development and implementation of new strategic objectives, balancing strategic plans with operational needs.
- Postgraduate degree qualification or equivalent level of experience;
- Significant experience of leading and delivering ED Services at this level within an NHS acute hospital setting;
- Proven ability to implement innovative services and deliver patient outcomes;
- Excellent negotiation and influencing skills.
If you are interested in the role, please send a copy of your updated CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and cc email@example.com along with your availability.