Matron (estates, Facilities &it)Company:
Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Location:
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The Division of Estates, Facilities & IT is looking to appoint its first experienced senior nurse leader to take the lead responsibility for ensuring a patient focused operational Estates and Facilities management service is provided by the Division.
As a key member of the Divisional management team you will provide senior leadership across the Division to support the delivery of front-line professional and operational priorities. Developing a partnership relationship with clinical team leaders you will act as an interface identifying potential problems and finding solutions.
You will also be a key member of the Trusts senior nursing team and will support the overall development of professional practice and improvements to patient safety and care across the organisation.
You must have a proven track record of progressive leadership, development and facilitating change in a culture of continuous service improvement. Self-motivation is essential along with a passion, drive, adaptability and resilience to cope with change within the Trust and wider NHS. Excellent communication skills are key to be able to influence and negotiate in order to further improve the service the Division provides to the organisation.
Enquiries welcome to: Mark Jackson, Deputy Director or Mark Braden, Director of (Estates, Facilities & IT) tel: 01924 543617.
Shortlisted candidates will be required to attend an assessment centre on 5th March. Interviews will be held on 16th March. Closing date: 26th February 2018 "
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