Assistant Director of Finance - Financial Strategy | Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
|Job Title:||Assistant Director of Finance - Financial Strategy | Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust|
|Salary:||£75914 - £87754|
|Job Published:||March 03, 2021 11:53|
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and motivated Assistant Director of Financial to join Nottingham University Hospital's award winning finance department., If you would like to discuss the post in more detail please contact Paul Antunes Goncalves, Director of Financial Strategy and Partnerships on 0115 9691169 ext 71061. This role will predominantly be based at Trust HQ, City Campus, however home working arrangements are in place whilst the Trust manages its response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate how they have delivered significant successes that have led to financial improvement. You will be an experienced leader working with in the NHS or within an equally complex environment. Leadership, team-working and influencing skills are essential. You will be a team player and possess drive and innovation with a real commitment to taking your teams forward and contributing to the Trust's success.
In September 2019 the Department of Health & Social Care announced a long-term, rolling programme of investment in health infrastructure, which included money to build new hospitals, modernise primary care estate, invest in new diagnostics and technology, and help eradicate critical safety issues in the NHS estate. The Health Infrastructure Plan (HIP) is a new hospital building programme to ensure the NHS' hospital estate can provide world-class healthcare services. They committed to fund and build 40 new hospitals over the next ten years. Six major projects were given the go-ahead immediately (HIP1 wave 1), with a further 21 schemes in the second wave (HIP2); we are one of those organisations and this scheme will allow us to take forward our exciting Tomorrow's NUH reconfiguration programme.
This is an exciting opportunity for an exceptional individual to be part of a once in a generation development of one of the largest HIP2 schemes. This role will also help shape the financial strategy for our services and will be response for maintaining the Long Term Financial Plan (LTFM).
You may be an existing senior manager who is keen to further develop your career and national reputation for achieving success in one of the UK's largest and most complex organisations. Skilled at delivering change through people, you are an inspiring and insightful leader with outstanding communication skills., The successful applicant will experience working in one of the largest Teaching hospitals in the country - delivering sustainable high quality clinical care, offering an exceptional experience for our patients; and creating a great place for our staff to work. Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust employs around 18,000 staff across our QMC and City Campus. We provide secondary and tertiary services to a population of around 2.5 million across the East Midlands.,
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