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Deputy Director of Hospitals Transformation
Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Salary: Up to £0.00 per annum
Job Type: Contract
Start Date:
Job Reference: BBBH30457
Added: 29 Jun 2022
Job Description
Acorn is currently looking for a Deputy Director of Hospital Transformation to join the team at NHS Shrewsbury and Telford.

The post holder will occupy a pivotal role in delivering the next phase of this high-profile and complex project, ensuring that progress remains on track and that risks are identified and mitigated in a timely way.

The role is crucial to creating and maintaining focus, enthusiasm and momentum within the programme team, wider staff networks and key stakeholder groups. The candidate will also be responsible for managing the development of high-quality business case documentation, working closely with regulatory colleagues, and ensuring that documentation complies fully with national protocols and requirements.

Key Responsibilities:

* Working closely with the Director, managing the development of high quality business case documentation, that complies with national protocols/ requirements, to support timely approval. Working closely with NHS England and Improvement, the Department of Health and Social Care and HM Treasury to support the approval of the business cases

* Developing and maintaining the internal staff networks required to support the development and delivery of the agreed reconfiguration of clinical services and associated new models of care

* Working with the Director and communications staff from across stakeholder organisations to manage staff and workforce messages, any media involvement and handling of public engagement (as necessary)

* Required to manage a budget and oversee the financial responsibilities of the PMO


* The gravitas to establish credibility with a wide range of senior level stakeholders

* Strong organisational and management skills, direct work priorities towards achievement of outcomes

* Excellent verbal and written communication skills

* Strong inter-personal skills capable of presenting ideas and proposals robustly and persuasively, listening carefully and acting decisively

* Excellent communication skills with the proven ability to manage and convey highly complex and sensitive and potentially contentious information to communicate confidently and clearly using a wide variety of communication techniques

* Collaborative, compassionate, and inclusive leadership style


*Educated to Masters level and/or or the equivalent senior management experience acquired over a significant period
*A recognised Project Management qualification

*Better Business case training and evidence of continuing professional and personal development

Acorn Recruitment Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
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