Divisional Managing Director Jobs Vacancy at Pennine Acute Hospitals Oldham
Pennine Acute Hospitals Oldham urgently required following position for Divisional Managing Director. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.
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Divisional Managing Director Jobs Vacancy at Pennine Acute Hospitals Oldham Jobs Details:
The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust is one of the largest NHS Trusts in England employing around 9000 staff. It serves the communities of Bury, North Manchester, Oldham and Rochdale. Operating from 4 sites; Fairfield General Hospital, North Manchester General Hospital, The Royal Oldham Hospital and Rochdale Infirmary.
We are a high performing, safe organisation consistently delivering excellent patient care and experience; doing no harm. Our mission statement, "to provide the very best care for each patient on every occasion" is enshrined in our organisational values. Thus Quality Driven, Responsible & Compassionate.
The Royal Oldham Care Organisation has a bright future ahead of it.
An opportunity has now arisen to lead the division in the role of Divisional Managing Director for Women's and Children’s Services.
As the senior leader the post holder will be responsible for driving forward the transformation of health and social care for Women's and Children’s Services at what can only be described as a major turning point in the quality and accessibility of healthcare offered across the community.
You will lead Oldham’s purpose-built women’s and children’s facility responsible for antenatal wards, labour delivery rooms, a midwife-led birth centre, obstetric theatres, a children’s unit, paediatric theatre, and one of only 3 regional Level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Units.
This is a rare opportunity to lead an invaluable service that not only serves its local population but also accepts referrals from Greater Manchester and beyond.
OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU
We care about you as much as we care about our patients and want to make sure you have the best career possible with us. As such we offer:
• A passionate and forward thinking leadership team
• A committed workforce, dedicated to delivering high quality care to all
• A Care Organisation with clear vision and strong links to its community
• An opportunity to work across the region and enhance your skills in the best way for you
• Flexibility and variety in the way you work
LEADING FOR OLDHAM’S FUTURE
We are seeking an energetic, tenacious and resilient professional who sees enthusiasm as a key ingredient to success. An innovative and creative individual, the successful applicant will have the ability to articulate their vision, be able to recognise and support the talents of others and lead their team and the division in the delivery of an exemplary standard of care.
You will be someone who remains calm under pressure, with an ability to take charge when needed with an encouraging and supportive approach. Your attention to detail and clear passion for delivering an efficient, high quality service will stand you out from the crowd.
Your drive, energy and commitment to improving services using innovative methods will provide the potential to lead the way for healthcare across the region providing a fully holistic approach to patient care.
The Royal Oldham Care Organisation is a great place to work, brimming with dedicated staff who will go above and beyond for their patients. Read what some of our staff and patients say:
‘I would like to compliment the staff on the Children's ward for the care and support all the staff gave us during our stay. All staff were supportive, caring, fun for my son and for myself, it was a positive experience’ Anon, Patient
‘Since arriving on the antenatal assessment ward and then being transferred to the antenatal ward, all staff have been caring, professional and welcoming. I have nothing but praise for how informed they have kept me. Thank you.’ Anon, patient
“I absolutely love it here. It’s such a supportive and friendly environment and everyone works together really well. There’s equality within the team and everyone’s input is valued, whatever their role.’ Catherine Hegarty, Maternity PBE
We would welcome the chance to introduce you to our teams and show you around.
We reserve the right to close the online vacancy when we are in receipt of sufficient applications. Should you wish to apply for this post you are advised to complete and return your application form as soon as possible.
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