Regional Greener NHS Lead | NHS England

Job details
Posting date: 19 April 2024
Salary: Not specified
Additional salary information: £78,163 per annum
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 19 May 2024
Location: London, SE1 8UG
Company: Health Education England
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: 6245419/990-S3-L1254-A

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We value the different experiences our people bring to their work. We're working to create an environment where everyone can make a full contribution no matter their background, identity, or circumstances. Which means, we encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and abilities.

The Greener NHS function leads on sustainability in the Region working closely with system partners to make meaningful change. This challenging role will need an exemplary skill set to deliver including
• Subject matter expert in sustainability and carbon reduction supported by a formal programme management training
• Track record in leading joined up approaches to change management working with local authorities (including Metro level Mayoral teams) and health (including Trusts, ICBs, National)
• Ability to significantly influence clinical behaviour supported through a clinical qualification and extensive change management withing a teaching hospital environment
• Experience in managing effectively with uncertainty whilst providing the leadership to drive change across multiple organisations
• Understand complex systems and complex data, with a strong track record in service improvement in the Greener space

In April 2023, NHS England, NHS Digital, and Health Education England merged to create a new, single organisation to lead the NHS in England. This new NHS England is designed to create a simpler, smaller, high performing, organisation that leads the NHS more effectively and is a better place to work. Speaking with one voice to the service.

The new NHS England board have set out the top-level purpose for the new organisation to lead the NHS in England to deliver high-quality services for all, which will inform the detailed design work and we will achieve this purpose by:
• Enabling local systems and providers to improve the health of their people and patients and reduce health inequalities.
• Making the NHS a great place to work, where our people can make a difference and achieve their potential.
• Working collaboratively to ensure our healthcare workforce has the right knowledge, skills, values and behaviours to deliver accessible, compassionate care
• Optimising the use of digital technology, research, and innovation
• Delivering value for money.

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Colleagues with a contractual office base are expected to spend, on average, at least 40% of their time working in-person.

You can find further details about the job, in the attached Job Description and other supporting documents

This advert closes on Monday 6 May 2024

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