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Chief People Officer

Alumni Global
West Yorkshire
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30 May 2024

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NHS England
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The Chief People Officer for the South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is an exceptional opportunity to join the Board of a well-regarded and ambitious provider of mental health, community, learning disability services across Barnsley, Calderdale, Kirklees, and Wakefield, and adult secure (forensic) services, reaching across the entirety of Yorkshire.

Their mission is clear: to enable individuals to realise their potential and lead fulfilling lives within the community. Their values serve as the cornerstone of their interactions with service users, their families, carers, volunteers, partners, visitors, and staff. These values emphasise the paramount importance of prioritising people, fostering transparency and integrity, and continually striving for excellence.

The Chief People Officer will play a pivotal role at Board and within the Executive Team, leading the People Directorate to design and implement a ‘best in class’ People Strategy and bringing a forward-thinking approach to cultivating an inclusive culture, centred on patients and individuals, which empowers colleagues and upholds values.

They are now seeking an exceptional and ambitious leader with vision, integrity, and drive, with the ability to foster credibility, inspire confidence, collaborate, and lead effectively across organisational boundaries. You will bring a deep passion for exceptional patient care and a commitment to equity and inclusion, both within the workforce and communities, and with a dynamic leadership style and strong personal values. If you believe you embody these values and possess the qualities which South West Yorkshire Partnership is seeking, we encourage you to reach out to us or visit  for further information and details of how to apply.


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