Thank you for your interest in this exceptional opportunity to become an Executive Director on the Unitary Board of the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Integrated Care System (SYB ICS) and designate Executive Director of the South Yorkshire Integrated Care Board (SYICB). Further to the publication of the Government’s White Paper (Integration and Innovation) on 11th February 2021, and subject to the final Parliamentary Bill, integrated care systems (ICS) are expected to become statutory organisations later this year.
Since 2016, South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Integrated Care System has been on an incredible journey to deliver significant improvements and transformation in areas such as stroke, cancer and mental health services, health inequalities, social prescribing and workforce, digital and capital developments. At the same time, we have focused on reducing unwarranted variation across our population - as reflected in our Five Year Plan (2019 – 2024). As we look ahead, we are seeking to appoint Executive Directors to support the CEO, Gavin Boyle, who is a value-based leader. Together you will be committed to delivering a highly collaborative approach, which will continue to put our people’s views - including staff - at the heart of all we do. With the support of an exceptional Executive Team of Directors our aim is to build on the work we have achieved over the past five years, to deliver on our five-year plan ambitions and provide the best health and care possible for everyone living across the area.
The Chief Medical Officer will support the development and delivery of the long-term plan of the integrated care board (ICB). They will ensure this reflects and integrates the strategies of all relevant partner organisations of the ICB, with a particular focus on developing a shared clinical strategy. Working closely with Chief Nursing Officer, you will lead on overseeing quality of health services within the ICS, including sharing intelligence and working with other key partners and regulators across and outside the system to improve quality of care and outcomes. You will be responsible for building partnerships and collaborating with provider collaboratives, public health, local government, other partners, and local people to deliver better access, improvements in life outcomes and reductions in health inequity.
You will bring substantial board or system leadership health care experience with a track record of providing clinical leadership, mentorship and professional development at a very senior level with demonstrable outcomes. You will also have knowledge of the health, care and local government landscape and an understanding of the social determinants of public health.
If you share our values and ambitions for the people living in South Yorkshire and have the skills and experience to drive our Partnership forward, then we would be delighted to receive your application.
For more information about our organisation, this role and how to apply contact Michelle Shirley or Richard Murphy of GatenbySanderson on 07393 013 067 for an informal conversation.
Closing date for applications is: 9AM Thursday 27th January 2022
Final interviews: w/c 7TH February 2022