The Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust are looking for an outstanding Chief Operating Officer to join their executive team.
Further details regarding this role are available within the candidate information pack; please click here. If you wish to discuss your application in more detail, please contact Helene Usherwood, Partner at Anderson Quigley on 07719 322 669 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chief Operating Officer
You will be responsible for the delivery of all clinical services across the Trust, working with the Director of Nursing, Quality and AHPs to ensure that these meet the highest standards of quality. You will also be a key link to commissioners and partners working with the Director of Finance and Director of Strategic Partnerships. It is essential that you support the development of the highest standards of leadership and work closely with the Director of HR and OD to ensure the effective engagement of staff and the highest standards of people management. An inspirational leader with excellent communication skills, you will inspire confidence in others. Just as importantly we wish to appoint someone who lives and breathes our values of placing patients first, demonstrating respect, dignity and compassion, working to improve health and wellbeing, and dedicated to delivering high quality care within an environment in which equality counts.
We are looking for someone who has an excellent track record of delivering innovative change and managing operational services to deliver the highest quality care. You will have demonstrable experience of leading large teams and ensuring that the highest standards of people management, clinical quality and financial performance are delivered across operational services. You will also have and be able to demonstrate excellent engaging leadership and negotiating and influencing skills.
The Trust has historically had a very good record of financial performance and has had success in gaining and then delivering on new business, as well as recent and continuing success at a number of national and prestigious awards. We were particularly proud of achieving an Outstanding rating from the CQC in 2018, and of winning the Health Service Journal’s Trust of the Year award later the same year. However, we are clear that the level of challenge is continuing to increase and means that there is a need to look for more innovative approaches to care delivery through dynamic partnership working.
NHFT is committed to continuous improvement and sharing learning. This is evidenced in the leading role the Trust has taken in the Northamptonshire Sustainability and Transformation Partnership, Northamptonshire Health and Care Partnership, and also in our formal buddy relationship with Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust. This aligns well with the Long Term Plan’s onus on system working, collaboration and integrated services.