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The UK Healthcare industry is acknowledged as one of the most challenging professional environments, requiring specialist knowledge and skills to navigate complex organisational structures and stakeholder management environments.

In an industry where on the ground knowledge and experience is of paramount importance, our Healthcare Practice brings years of experience delivering interim management and executive recruitment at the very highest levels of the sector. Our Healthcare clients trust our ability to deliver timely, results-focused initiatives, implemented with the very highest standards of customer service. It is of the upmost importance to our organisation to be part of the sector and wider community as it is to be a provider to it.

The team at Green Park has a proven track record of success delivering across a very broad range of Healthcare organisations, including Acute and Foundation Trusts, commissioning organisations, Arms Length Bodies, regulators, the Department of Health, community services and Private Healthcare. Our proven methodologies in the Healthcare space ensure that we provide timely, transparent results, combining flexibility and innovation with accurate and detailed communication and reporting. That robust methodology ensures our customers have a complete and accurate view of the progress of the recruitment initiative.

Green Park’s unique, bespoke candidate assessments ensure we are able to supply executive candidates of the right culture fit to succeed in the particular environment we are supplying them to. This diligent approach to candidate assessment has positioned Green Park as the partner of choice for Health organisations looking to reduce their risk and optimise the benefit of hiring a permanent executive or senior interim manager. We operate across all functions, but over the course of our years in the industry we have developed particular expertise across:

We deliver across all functions, but the majority of executive search mandates and interim management assignments in Health are in the following areas:

Track Record

Non-Executive Director
Job Type:
Board Practice & Advisory
Reference:
KA5648
Location:
London

University College London NHS Foundation Trust
Appointment of a Non-Executive Director


UCLH is proud to be one of the top performing hospitals in the country with a reputation for delivering top-quality patient care to our local communities and beyond. We are committed to providing excellent education and delivering leading edge of research.

Non-Executive Directors make an important contribution to the effective running of UCLH. Their role is to help develop strategy, scrutinise performance and ensure integrity of clinical, financial and other information presented to them. They offer challenge and support, and strengthen engagement with the local community, patients and stakeholders.

Our aim is to recruit a talented individual who will add value to our strong team. The successful candidate will have a broad understanding of the diversity of our local healthcare economy (North Central London), including the needs of patients and of the wider community which we serve. They will demonstrate a commitment to improving the patient experience and the quality of the care we deliver.

Evidence of showing leadership and inspiration, resilience in the face of challenge and the ability to inspire confidence and enthusiasm are also essential. To qualify you must also be resident in one of the London Boroughs.

UCLH places considerable emphasis on diversity at Board level, and particularly encourages applications from appropriately qualified candidates from all sections of the community, and from people with diverse experience and backgrounds.

The candidate will be expected to devote up to 2-3 days per month plus some discretionary time for preparation and reading to the role. Remuneration is currently £13,140 per year plus travel and subsistence expenses.

To be considered, in the first instance please email your CV and a covering letter to UCLH@green-park.co.uk.

If you want to know more about the roles or selection process, please contact our employment agency advisers Green Park via Joanna Moriarty on UCLH@green-park.co.uk or 0207 3145 3433.

The closing date for applications is 7th March 2016.

 

Interim Divisional Director of Operations
Job Type:
Interim Management
Reference:
DN5741
Location:
London
Salary:
competitive market rate
Duration:
6 Months

The Client
Our client a high performing London based NHS Foundation Trust are looking to appoint an Interim Divisional Director of Operations for a period of 6 months. This individual will be leading the Surgery, Women & Sexual Health Division.

The Interim Assignment
The Surgery, Women & Sexual Health Division employs 900 staff and has an annual income exceeding £80m. The interim will be reporting to the Chief Operating Officer and will be tasked with continuing the development and enhancement of maternity provision, maximising theatre efficiency and delivering supporting pre- and post-operative surgical pathways. They will also be tasked with developing and expanding key elective surgical services whilst protecting emergency surgical provision and will be responsible for developing and delivering a clinical model and physical and capital solutions for future Critical Care capacity within the Trust. Deliverables will also include delivering competitive sexual health proposals as part of the upcoming pan-London re-procurement exercise and improving and consolidating the Trust’s RTT performance.

The Interim Manager
Applicants will be an experienced NHS operational manager with a demonstrable ability to engage and motivate clinical teams, lead complex change programmes and deliver service integration and expansion

Interim Senior Bid Manager
Job Type:
Interim Management
Reference:
DN5734
Location:
South East
Salary:
competitive market rate
Duration:
3 months

The Client
Our client a leading healthcare collaboration are looking to hire an Interim Senior Bid Manager for a period of 3 months from the end middle of February until the end of April

The Interim Assignment
The combination of organisations are looking to bid for the full urgent care provision for the area against an incredibly competitive field.

The Interim Manager
Applicants must have extensive experience in the healthcare sector and will have demonstrable experience of preparing and writing bids for previous NHS urgent care tenders.

Interim Programme Director
Job Type:
Interim Management
Reference:
DN5718
Location:
London
Salary:
£700 - £800 per day
Duration:
6 months

The Client
Our client one of the national healthcare regulators are looking to hire an interim Programme Director for about 6 months. The organisation are looking to reengineer one of their processes by  moving to a new standardised model. This will end up being a national rollout affecting a variety of stakeholders and end users and will take roughly 2 years.

The Interim Assignment
The Programme Director will be expected to prepare all the project documentation from a standing start breaking down and identifying relevant work streams, put a framework in place, prepare the Project Implementation Document (PID), deliver the consultation, bring together ideas about the logistics of delivering this programme on scale  and the model that may be most effective going forward. The Programme Director will be entering in at the start of the programme so will have demonstrable experience of building a programme from a green field site. They must be able to engage with a variety of stakeholders with varying degrees of engagement including, operations, policy and government officials.

The Interim Manager
Applicants must have demonstrable experience of running a Programme in either a regulatory, education, policy or think tank environment. Applicants must have prepared PID’s, be focussed on delivery, have worked with uncertainty, and have an appreciation of a range of public sector organisations and cultures

Interim Workforce Programme Manager
Job Type:
Interim Management
Reference:
DN5707
Location:
London
Salary:
£500 per day
Duration:
3 months

The Client
Our client a leading healthcare provider are looking to hire an interim for 3 months to support the clinical and operational senior team in taking forward a change in skillmix within their out of hours services.

The Interim Assignment
The role will be tasked with establishing a project plan to monitor the recruitment process, develop a revised recruitment package, agree rota models and the governance framework. Most importantly the role will be responsible for managing the cultural changes in both the operational and clinical teams.

The Interim Manager
Applicants will either be clinically trained or have a strong understanding of the clinical workforce, have demonstrable experience of the NHS urgent care environment and be able to deliver against milestones. Applicants will need to come with knowledge of the NHS recruitment and retention models including the agenda for change terms and conditions and have the ability to work with nursing and clinical recruitment agencies.

Interim Chief Executive
Job Type:
Interim Management
Reference:
DN5593
Location:
South East
Salary:
Competitive Market Rate
Duration:
6 months

The Client
Our client a leading NHS Community provider are looking to hire an interim Chief Executive for a period of 6 months starting in early January.

The Interim Assignment
The role will be to take the helm of a successfully performing NHS Trust and help steer the organisation through their pending Foundation Trust application. The role will also be tasked with looking at board governance, this years QIPP delivery, business development strategy and helping to oversee the integration of a host of newly awarded services. The Chief Executive will also be tasked with building relationships with outside stakeholders in the locality and will be used to dealing with the NHS Trust Development Authority.

The Interim Manager
The successful interim will  have experience of provision or commissioning of community services and will have been a Chief Executive in a Foundation Trust (preferably during its Monitor assessment process or with familiarity with it.) They will also be able to understand the political landscape and ambitions flowing from the 5 Year Forward View, in particular the challenges for community trusts in moving to new models of delivery such as Accountable Care Partnerships and increasing integration with partners in social care. Applicants will also have experience of leading within an increasingly complex health and local authority commissioning environment and have a track record of delivering large scale organisational and cultural change both to support the delivery of transformational change to meet QIPP targets and also to support the successful integration of new business.

Interim Chief Financial Officer
Job Type:
Interim Management
Reference:
DN5552
Location:
North West
Salary:
£1000 per day
Duration:
3 Months

The Client
Our client, a leading CCG are looking to appoint an interim Chief Finance Officer for a period of 3 months.

The Interim Assignment
The Interim Chief Finance Officer will provide strategic advice to the AO and governing body on all aspects of financial strategy and financial management. The role will also include determining and implementing the corporate strategy, acting as the governing body expert on finance and overseeing robust audit and governance arrangements.

The Interim Manager
Applicants must have demonstrable experience as a Chief Financial Officer or Finance Director in an NHS environment. This role will also need an individual who can work in a changing environment and will be used to working across a number of differing stakeholder groups.

Interim Director of Finance
Job Type:
Interim Management
Reference:
DN5537
Location:
North West
Salary:
Competitive Market Rate
Duration:
6 months

The Client
Our client a leading NHS Mental Health and Community provider are looking to hire an Interim Director of Finance for a period of 6 months.

The Interim Assignment
The Director of Finance will be accountable for the development and implementation of robust financial frameworks, strategies, policies and plans which ensures financial sustainability and enables the delivery of effective high quality safe services. The role will also be expected to provide high level advice and guidance to the Trust Board, Chief Executive and Directors on the financial implications of policy decisions, strategic developments and plans.  The role will have accountability for ensuring financial targets and statutory duties are met including compliance with Standing Orders and Standing Financial Instructions and advising the Chief Executive and the Trust Board on financial matters. The finance team is roughly 30 people while the organisation has 4500 staff and a turnover of roughly £220 million. The Director of Finance will also be responsible for the Procurement function and will be a key player in developing the organisation’s capacity and capability to plan and execute a 5 year strategy to ensure the clinical, operational and financial sustainability of the services the Trust provide.

The Interim Manager
Applicants must be a CCAB qualified Finance Director with demonstrable experience in the NHS.

Interim Commercial Manager
Job Type:
Interim Management
Reference:
DN5529
Location:
London
Salary:
£500 - £600 per day
Duration:
6 months

The Client
Our client a leading healthcare provider are looking to hire an interim commercial manager with suitable experience in evaluating, negotiating, closing, and advising on health care contracts, sub-contracts, and property agreements for a period of 6 months.

The Interim Assignment
Following the likelihood of being awarded a new healthcare contract for primary care and mental health services across a number of prisons the work portfolio will be varied from commercial input to tender opportunities to closing contracts/sub-contracts during service mobilisations through to advising & resolving contract matters that arise during service delivery.  

The Interim Manager
The preferred individual will have good commercial acumen so will be able to advise on a wide range of issues in a manner suitable to the audience – e.g. be able to advise the Head of Finance and other senior leaderships members, alongside operational colleagues who may have limited commercial knowledge. The individual should be conversant with the standard contracts used in Healthcare and adept at determining when they need to seek advice – e.g. from senior colleagues, external legal advisors. An CCAB accountancy and/or legal qualification would be preferred but not essential. This role will require travel and likely overnight stays (as some locations are not readily accessible). The organisation promotes flexible working, though it is important that the successful candidate will be able to attend face to face meetings.

Interim Mobilisation Manager
Job Type:
Interim Management
Reference:
DN5530
Salary:
£500 - £600 per day
Duration:
6 months

The Client
Our client a leading healthcare provider are looking to hire an interim mobilisation manager for a period of 6 months.

The Interim Assignment
Following the likelihood of being awarded a new healthcare contract for primary care and mental health services across a number of prisons the mobilisation manager will need to work closely with the workforce lead and the programme director to project manager the implementation of the several anticipated services.

The Interim Manager
The preferred individual will have previous experience of mobilising health care services, and be able to work well with a team of subject matter experts that will be the work-stream leads for the project. Experience of working in a secure health/prison setting would be desirable though not essential. A good attention to detail is required plus the ability and communication skills to manage and facilitate others to ensure project milestones & deliverables are achieved. The individual will need to be skilled at running/chairing meetings. The project will run from mid-November to the end of April, and will require travel and likely overnight stays (as some locations are not readily accessible). The organisation will promote flexible working, though there will be a need to attend face to face meetings as part of the role

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