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Post 1 : General Manager – Theatres, Anaesthetics, Critical Care and Endoscopy Services (TACC&E)
Post 2: General Manager – Medicine
Executive and Senior Management Grade C: £59,594 - £81,219 per annum
Hours: 37.5 hours
Location: South Sector
Relocation Package where appropriate
NHS Glasgow Greater Glasgow and Clyde is the largest health Organisation in Scotland providing acute hospital, primary, community and mental health services to a population of 1.2 million in 6 local authority areas. We have recently undergoing an unprecedented programme of change as we delivered a £1 billion modernisation programme with the opening of the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (QEUH) new Royal Hospital for Children in the Spring of 2015, resulting in one of the largest hospital campuses in the UK and one of the most advanced in Europe. We have an exciting vision for the future which promotes a culture of person-centered care, placing the patient at the heart of everything we do.
The Acute service provides a complex range of Hospital services across the population of Greater Glasgow and Clyde we are now looking to add to the strength of our Management team through the appointment to the following 2 key roles that have arisen due to the promotion and retirement of the current post holders
Post 1: General Manager – with responsibility for the delivery of Theatre, Anaesthetics, Critical Care and Endoscopy Services.
Post 2: General Manager – with responsibility for the delivery of general Medical Services including specialist service provision.
You will report to the Director for the South Sector and have responsibility for developing and implementing services within key acute service areas ensuring there is a clear focus on the delivery of a range of high quality, safe and efficient patient centred services to meet local and
With strong influencing and leadership qualities you will require to evidence significant experience at a senior level in operational management in a healthcare or equivalent, complex environment and will have the ability to inspire confidence and respect to lead and deliver in a politically sensitive and demanding environment. Key to the success of these roles will be the ability to contribute to the development of a strong, patient-focused culture which encourages initiative, individual and team responsibility and open communication.
If you believe you have the leadership competencies we require for such an important role we look forward to receiving your application.
If you would like to find out more about these posts before applying, you can contact: Anne Harkness (Director, South Sector) on Telor email: for a confidential discussion.
Closing date for applications: Noon, Friday 27th October 2017.
Interviews are scheduled to take place late November 2017.
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