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- Business Manager
- Band 8a
- Full Time 37.5 Hours per Week
- £42,414 - £49,969 **PA
- 26/03/2019 23:59
We are looking for a high caliber experienced Business Manager who will be responsible for the delivery of safe and effective clinical services within the Family & Women’s Health Group at Hull University Teaching Hospital NHS Trust, ensuring that all performance standards, statutory requirements, deadlines and objectives are delivered.
This is an exciting and challenging opportunity for a forward thinking experienced health care professional. Reporting directly to the Divisional General Manager the post holder will have a high level of autonomy and will work in a self-directed way within the parameters set for the post.
Excellent leadership and communication skills are essential in this role as well as experience of creating successful partnerships with external stakeholders.
We will be looking for significant proven experience as a senior manager within an NHS organisation with specialist knowledge of managing acute clinical services and consistently achieving results and targets.
The successful applicant must have high level people management skills, including decision making, negotiating, influencing and persuading skills. Contribution to the strategic development of services is an essential part of this role.
Should you be an aspiring senior manager who is not quite ready to take on this role, then we would still wish to hear from you, as Band 7 role may be possible for the right candidate.
The Family and Women’s Health Group provide the following services: -
- Community Paediatric Services
- Paediatric Medicine
- Paediatric Surgery
- Obstetrics and Gynaecology including Gynaecological Oncology
- Breast Surgery Service
- Department of Plastic Surgery
- Ear Nose and Throat including Head and Neck Cancer Service
** Salary relates to year 1 of 3 year NHS pay deal, year 2 will be available from April 1st 2019
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Further details / informal visits contact
Lisa Pearce, Divisional General Manager on (01482) 605257.