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Chief Nursing Officer

Rotherham, Doncaster & South Humber NHS FT
VSM - Competitive salary
Closing date
29 Nov 2023

Rotherham, Doncaster & South Humber NHS FT

Chief Nursing Officer

VSM - Competitive salary

Thank you for thinking about joining Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust.  We are a little bit different and in transition, and over the next five years we will use that difference to try to really transform outcomes and tackle health inequalities, which is why your skills could be just what we need, and why this might be the moment for you to come on board.  There is a real chance for you to help shape what we do and for you to achieve with us.

We work in three places:  North Lincolnshire, around Scunthorpe, is a beautiful rural community south of the Humber; Rotherham, a place with real inequality but a remarkable regeneration over recent years; and the newly crowned city of Doncaster with its cohesive tradition of general practice and joint working.  All in all, just short of 750,000 people look to us for their mental health and autism care – adults, kids, and older adults - and about 250,000 rely on us for physical healthcare too and importantly we also provide learning disability services across the region.

Most of our services are rated good or outstanding and our staff survey results consistently suggest we are a good place to work with positive relationships and some real strengths around psychological safety and inclusion.  RDaSH has a new co-produced clinical and organisational five year strategy.  The 28 promises that underpin it will put the neighbourhoods that we serve at the very heart of the Trust as we aim to “nurture the power in our communities”.

RDaSH benefits from outstanding research capability and strong service-user partnerships.  We want to bridge those two assets and create a listening enterprise that experiments for the right results and where we can deliver services to be proud of.  Patients’ experiences matter: and Board is very focused on public health, partnerships and public involvement:  this has genuine parity with safety, our people plans, and financial sustainability. 

As the CNO you will be responsible for professional standards and the development of our nursing colleagues, ensuring outstanding clinical and research practice, that is aligned with our vision. You will lead delivery of the first year of our Trust’s Quality and Safety Plan, as part of a multi-professional executive, and alongside our recently appointed Chief Operating Officer. The Board looks to this role for leadership on safeguarding, infection, and freedom to speak up.  From 24/25 the postholder will lead patient-facing facilities services, which we see as a key route to employing more local people with Lived Experience.  

Equity and inclusion are fundamental to our promises and to our values.  Our senior leadership team has to reflect the diversity of our population and the strength that comes from recognising difference.  Across our ICBs, with local mayors, and inside the Trust there is a passion to make sure that we change in order to do just that.  We are seeking compassion and disruption from our leaders.  Patients, carers and communities deserve the best of what the NHS should be.

For further information click on Apply and for a confidential discussion, and details of how to apply, please contact our search partners Eleanor Lawrence, Michelle Atkinson and Robin Staveley at GatenbySanderson on 07900601622 or 0207 426 3983.

Closing date for applications: 9am Wednesday 29th November 2023

Final interviews: Thursday 14th and Friday 15th December 2023

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