At this Hospice, we add life to days. We focus on the care and treatment of the chronically ill and dying in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, particularly those at the palliative stage of their illness, as well as support and care for their families and carers. We believe everyone should have a good death. For our service users and their loved ones our palliative, end of life care and support will be a beacon of hope in fulfilling their rights.
We do this by providing care and support in a place of people's own choosing, and most people choose to spend their final weeks and days in their own homes. We make this happen with our Hospice in your Home service - we are not a typical a hospice in not having a bedded inpatient unit. We also run a day hospice, providing a wide range of services and treatments.
It's our 40th year of serving our community, but the celebrations have been overshadowed by COVID-19. Our team has adapted rapidly and admirably to delivering more of our care services out in the community, directly supporting patients in their homes with a combination of day and night time support, as well as telephone support and advice.
Our next CEO will navigate us through the constantly changing environment, and lead the organisation through further change and development. They will identify and implement opportunities to realise our ambitions to reach even more of those at end of life in Nottinghamshire, across all parts of the community, who would benefit from our support; and will develop a robust and sustainable business plan that will enable this.
Job title: Chief Executive Officer
Salary: circa £80,000
Contract: Permanent, full time
Amongst other criteria, the successful candidate will have:
- Knowledge of current health/social care policies and practices and regulation of clinical services.
- A track record of experience at CEO or Deputy CEO level, with an organisation that has demonstrated significant growth and the ability for continued development.
- The ability to develop and deliver a strategic vision for an organisation in the context of the whole system transformation for patient centred care.
- The ability to manage all stakeholders effectively, both internal and external and to build local partnerships that enable us to further our aims.
- Excellent communication, networking and interpersonal skills, decisive, tactful and calm under pressure with high levels of emotional intelligence.
- Significant experience of change management and organisational development.
We encourage applicants who are from underrepresented groups with protected characteristics, as we value having a diverse pool of applicants to find the best candidate.
If you would like to receive an Information Pack for this role with details on how to apply, please send an expression of interest to Harris Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org. This will be treated with the strictest confidence. CVs at this stage are welcome, but are not required and will not be considered as an application.
Aled Morris or Jenny Hills at Harris Hill are happy to have an informal and confidential conversation with potential candidates about the role. To arrange a suitable time to speak, please email email@example.com with your availability.
Please note: responding to this advertisement will not in itself be considered an application. We will need a CV and a supporting statement addressing the full person specification in the information pack.
Closing date for applications: 9am, Wednesday 7th October 2020.