Finegreen are collaborating with an organisation in the East of England who are looking to recruit a Head of Corporate Affairs. This role will be working on an interim basis for 3 months initially working remotely for the majority of the duration.
The hourly rate will be between £42.72 - £49.53, working inside IR35 (working through an umbrella solution company).
The appointee will establish and lead the corporate team to enable the highest levels of corporate governance and business conduct, ensuring continuous improvement in the support provided to all Board members.Key responsibilities will include:
The ideal candidate will have:
- Providing independent expert advice and support to the Chair, Chief Executive and Board of Directors on all matters relating to statutory and legislative compliance and interpretation;
- Monitoring new legal and regulatory requirements and advising changes in procedures;
- Ensure the development, implementation and review of relevant Codes of Conduct, policies and procedures;
- Working with the Lead Director of Communications, ensure appropriate public accountability and transparency is demonstrated through the Board of Directors;
- Establish effective arrangements for the proper induction of Governors and provide advice and support regarding the discharge of their duties. Identify the Council’s ongoing needs and ensure a development programme is in place;
- Lead the development of processes to meet the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act 2000;
- The post holder will take the necessary precautions to safeguard the welfare and safety of yourself, patients, visitors, and staff, in accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act;
- Ensure that all incidents occurring within the department are reported in accordance with procedures, investigated and corrective action taken as necessary and/or reported to senior management and specialist advisers.
- Must have experience working within the NHS;
- Degree level qualification in corporate governance or qualified as Company Secretary;
- Recognised management or leadership qualification or equivalent level experience;
- Understanding of healthcare issues and policy, locally and nationally, with a strong commitment to the NHS;
- Line management of a team with evidence of setting clear expectations, developing others and supporting individuals to thrive;
- Evidence of creating successful working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders, building trust;
- Experience in a senior management role/at Board level and practical experience within a complex environment.
If you are interested in the role, please send a copy of your updated CV to email@example.com along with your availability and rate understanding in line with the above.