- Various Locations In Inverclyde, PA15 1LY
- £116,030 per year
- Contract Type:
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 37 hours per week
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Post Title: Chief Officer, Inverclyde Health and Social Care Partnership
Grade/Salary: NHS: Executive and Senior Manager Grade E £83,463 - £109,127 per annum (pro rata for part time) Council: £116,030 per annum (pro rata for part time)
Tenure:Full time Permanent
Relocation Package where appropriate
We are justifiably proud of Inverclyde’s Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) whose reputation for excellence is well known and longstanding. The HSCP is an established innovative partnership, responsible for delivering all primary care, local community health and social care services to Inverclyde’s people in an integrated way. The HSCP is a full partnership between NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and Inverclyde Council.
Our vision for integration is to deliver better outcomes for the people of Inverclyde through services that are planned and delivered seamlessly from the perspective of the patient, service user and carer.
We are seeking an exceptional individual with the vision and leadership skills who can strategically lead the Inverclyde HSCP to oversee the ongoing integration of health and social care services and the delivery of Health and Wellbeing outcomes.
As a member of both council and health’s senior leadership teams the post holder will be accountable to the Integration Joint Board and will directly report to the Chief Executives of both NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and Inverclyde Council. The appointed candidate will also be Corporate Director of Inverclyde Council.
Inverclyde Health and Social Care Partnership is innovative, with strong partnership working with our communities and partners being a critical to the success. The partnership has delivered some of the best performance in Scotland across a number of areas; it also has a number of challenges linked to health inequalities.
As the new Chief Officer you will focus on quality, have good values that under pin all interaction and be driven to address inequalities. You will lead and create opportunities to deliver transformational change. Through the governance of the Integration Joint Board and working with partners locally you will ensure the effective delivery of Inverclyde’s HSCP Strategic Plan and its key objectives.
This is a role which demands exceptional skills and abilities that will have been gained in a large complex organisation with a strong focus on delivering high standards to patients, service users or customers.
You will be an accomplished and credible leader, naturally engaging and who is able to inspire and motivate staff to work in new and collaborative ways to achieve the best from integration
With a demonstrable track record of success in the management of health services and/or social work services, you will have the ability to develop a strong, people-focused culture which encourages initiative, individual and team responsibility and open communication and be comfortable working in a complex and challenging environment
To ensure the HSCP continues to deliver Health & Social Care Integration you will evidence a successful track record of driving large scale organisational and cultural change programmes along with significant financial management and risk management experience within a large complex NHS or local authority/government organisation
This career defining role offers the chance to lead excellent teams to improve the wellbeing of people who use Inverclyde’s health and social care services, particularly those whose needs are complex
Located in West Central Scotland, Inverclyde is one of the most attractive places in Scotland to live and work. The area includes the main towns of Greenock, Port Glasgow, Gourock, Inverkip and Wemyss Bay, and the picturesque rural villages of Kilmacolm and Quarrier’s Village. Offering spectacular views and scenery, unique waterfront sporting and leisure opportunities all accessible easily by car, rail, ferry and air links from the city of Glasgow and beyond.
If you believe you can meet the challenges that this high profile role brings then we would welcome your application.
Applications are encouraged from all sections of the community. A culture of inclusion is promoted across the organisation and we are proud of our diverse workforce.
If you would like to find out more about this role before applying, for a confidential discussion please contact:
Jane Grant, Chief Executive, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
0141 201 4642
Louise Long, Chief Executive, Inverclyde Council
Closing date for applications: Sunday 24th October 2021
Interviews scheduled for: Early December 2021
To access the Job Description for the role please refer to the Candidate Information Pack available at the bottom of this recruitment advert.
To apply for this post and to access the online application form please click the link below which will take you to the NHS jobs site to apply. Where you will find the recruitment pack containing further information including the JD PS, competencies, employment package, how to apply guidance etc and additional documents.
You can also contact Lynne Stockey, General Manager – Recruitment Services, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde to request a Candidate Information Pack on 0141 278 2623 / 07766441665 or email: Lynne.email@example.com
Find out more about Inverclyde Health and Social Care Partnership at www.inverclyde.gov.uk