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Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provides clinically outstanding care to 350,000 people in South West London and is recognised for its strong focus on patient safety, clinical quality and on delivering the best possible experience for all through providing sustainable, well-managed and value for money services.
The Director of People plays a pivotal role in positioning the organisation to remain robustly confident in the face of the realities of today’s NHS. This new Director will provide strategic leadership to the development and implementation of a progressive workforce strategy.
Candidates will be accomplished leaders with the ability to deliver excellence across our organisation. They will have led Workforce and OD functions capable of driving change and performance, putting in place structures, processes, and people to build the behaviours needed for a high performing organisation. The successful new Director will bring seniority and stature to a strong executive team, and the influence to keep the workforce agenda at the top of the Trust’s priorities.
If you think you can deliver our ambitions in this exciting role we would like to hear from you. To discuss this post further or to request a copy of the comprehensive briefing pack, please contact our recruitment partners Neil Fineberg or Joe Joyce at The Finegreen Group on email@example.com or call 0345 130 4006. All enquiries will be managed in the strictest confidence.
The closing date for applications is: 19th December 2018
Shortlisting interviews will be held on: 9th January 2019
Final interviews and assessments will be held on: 16th & 17th January 2019
Covering the UK from offices in London, Nottingham and Manchester, The Finegreen Group are an established leader in executive search and senior appointments within the healthcare sector.
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