Deputy Divisional Operations Director

Job details
Posting date: 22 April 2021
Salary: Not specified
Additional salary information: £63,751 - £73,664 per annum
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 22 May 2021
Location: Norwich, NR4 7UY
Company: Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: 3104640/234-20-CS2248

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A Vacancy at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated, senior operations manager to join the Division of Clinical Support Services at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital as Deputy Divisional Operations Manager.

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Trust is a large and complex organisation, we are one of the busiest Trusts in the country and carry out nearly one million outpatient appointments, day case procedures and inpatient admissions annually across Norfolk and North Suffolk. We also treat referred patients from further afield who come to access our specialist services including: oncology and radiotherapy, neonatology, trauma and orthopaedics and many others.

The Deputy Divisional Director of Operations will work closely with the Chief of Division, Divisional Director of Operations and the Divisional Clinical Support Director to provide strategic direction and operational leadership to deliver high quality and safe clinical services within required national and local standards for the Division of Clinical Support Services.

They will be responsible for supporting the effective and efficient delivery of the day-to-day operational performance, ensuring sustainable delivery of high quality patient care, safety processes, operational standards and quality / service improvement programmes for the following services:
• Cellular Pathology
• Imaging
• Pharmacy
• Therapeutic Services
• Support Services
• Laboratory Medicine/Eastern Pathology Alliance

Applicants will require exceptional leadership qualities, a commercial acumen, strong relationship management skills, a strong business understanding and credibility. You will be passionate about improvement and influencing change, you will be a natural leader who will facilitate and support collaborative working both internally and externally to the Trust, to ensure the delivery of high quality patient care. Experience of system working, primary and community care is highly desirable.

You will be able to demonstrate excellent understanding of the acute hospital system including finance, performance and quality standards. You will have expertise of managing significant services in a provider setting, be ready for your next big opportunity and relish the new challenge. You will be a motivated leader with highly developed influencing and negotiating skills.

Full time: 37.5 hours per week

Open to applications: 22nd April 2021

Closes to applications: 4th May 2021

Interview date: 26th May 2021

This advert closes on Tuesday 4 May 2021

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