Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Deputy Chief Nursing Officer
Location: Dudley, Walsall, Sandwell and Wolverhampton
Together with you to achieve healthier, happier lives
At Black Country Healthcare we are proud to provide a wide range of mental health and learning disability services to the people of the Black Country region and beyond, and we also provide family healthcare services in Dudley. Formed by a merger two years ago, we are undergoing a period of exciting transformation, growth and strategic development delivered through strong and inclusive leadership. Rated as “Good” by the CQC, our 3,700 dedicated staff serve a population of over 1.19 million people with an annual income of c£280m, and we are clear in our ambition to be “Outstanding”. We have recently become the Lead Provider for Mental Health, Learning Disabilities and Autism for the region and are committed to ensuring that our services have a strong voice in our Integrated Care System.
Working in collaboration with our Chief Nursing Officer and wider nursing leadership team, our new Deputy Chief Nursing Officer will provide visible and inspiring clinical and professional leadership for our nursing workforce, acting as a role model for the Trust’s values, behaviours and professional standards. Working across the entire range of the nursing directorate and deputising for our Chief Nursing Officer, you will engage with a range of partners both internally and externally. The role is critical to ensuring that our nursing colleagues feel supported and empowered to deliver our clinical strategy for the diverse communities we serve. We are committed to coproduction with our staff, service users, patients, carers, stakeholders, and local communities to achieve happier, healthier lives, and we are looking for a leader who shares our vision and values.
We are seeking a transformational nursing leader with proven experience of providing leadership in complex, multi-stakeholder clinical environments. Experienced in operating in a mental health, learning disability and community setting; you will have a track record of developing advanced nursing practice. This role will suit an ambitious leader; we will offer you considerable autonomy and the opportunity to bring your whole self to the role whilst stretching and developing your leadership career within an open and supportive culture. If you see yourself reflected in our values and purpose, then we would love to hear from you.
We would especially welcome and encourage applications from groups who are underrepresented at a senior level, to increase the diversity of our workforce.
In the first instance please contact our recruitment advisors Will McAlpine, Jim Canning or Emma Pickup at GatenbySanderson via email@example.com or 07554 050 236 and click the Apply button to find out more and to apply.
Closing date: 15th February