- Executives / VSM: Executives / VSM
- 37.5 hours per week
- £84,507 - £102,506 per annum
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Please note that this job advert will close as soon as sufficient applications have been received. So if you are interested, please apply for this vacancy as soon as you can.
As Deputy Director of Nursing and Quality you will possess the necessary energy and credibility to lead, support and develop our professional staff delivering high quality care for our patients. You will have a proven track record in managing highly complex clinical and operational situations that involve staff from all levels within an organisation and across a range of professional and organisational boundaries. You will have significant knowledge and experience of professional leadership and change management, quality and service improvement methodologies and be able to demonstrate sound knowledge of current developments in the NHS. You will also have experience of leading and managing multiple project work streams using a programme approach.
As Deputy Director of Nursing and Quality, your responsibilities will include:
- Delegated responsibility to deliver the patient safety, quality and clinical governance portfolios of the Director of Nursing and Quality working at Board level and have authority for decision-making in the absence of the Director of Nursing and Quality as appropriate.
- Providing expert professional leadership, advice and direction regarding clinical care, and compliance with regulatory standards.
- Creating and implementing systems to ensure quality is managed and governed by each service line management unit to ensure quality is embedded within specialties.
- Having line management responsibility of the Safeguarding Adults and Children’s Lead Nurse and Corporate Senior Nurse
The successful Deputy Director of Nursing and Quality will have good experience:
- In managing people and teams, of leading clinical governance functions and quality and patient safety.
- Of providing sound professional leadership
- In safeguarding adults and children.
- Working at board or board subcommittee level and be successful in influencing decision-making and action.
North Bristol NHS Trust has over 8,000 staff delivering healthcare across Southmead Hospital Bristol, Cossham Hospital, Bristol Centre for Enablement and within the local community of Bristol and South Gloucestershire. We are a centre of excellence for health care in the South West in a number of fields as well as one of the largest hospital trusts in the UK with an annual turnover of £532 million.
Our aim is to provide our patients with best practice, high quality care and treatment that is comparable to the best in the world. We want to care for our patients in a safe environment and ensure that everyone has an outstanding experience.
As part of a local healthcare system we need to make the most efficient use of resources and work with partners to continuously improve the way we do things as we know this will lead to a better experience for patients and better clinical outcomes.
We want to be nationally recognised for our specialist services, leading regional provider networks and developing our services through a combination of clinical excellence, research and high quality training.
Our values represent the way we do things and what we stand for. By embedding these shared values in everything we do we will increase staff engagement, improve outcomes and create a positive experience for our patients.
Bristol has again been named as the UK’s most desirable location in the Sunday Times Best Places to Live Guide. Described as “a small city that feels like a big city” it was praised for being “handily placed for seaside and scenery” but “hardly cut off” “cool, classy and supremely creative”
NBT is located in North of Bristol City centre, close to the M4/M5 junction at Almondsbury and Bristol Parkway railway station, we have excellent communication and transport links to all points North, South, East and West – the countryside and the seaside are within an easy commute.
Bristol is consistently voted the best place to live in the UK, with vibrant local music, arts and gastronomic scenes, a wide range of modern and state of the art shopping, recreation and leisure facilities, a wealth of great local family days out, fantastic transport links for local, national and internal holidays, and a rich history. If you prefer country, village or smaller town living, NBT is also easily commutable from a range of attractive locations in North Somerset, South Gloucestershire and South Wales which is now even more attractive since the removal of the toll fees on the Severn Bridges in December 2018.
Closing date: 18th February 2018 – Interviews will be held on 15th March
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Further details / informal visits contact
You are welcome to discuss this exciting and challenging role with me, Helen Blanchard interim Director of Nursing and Quality and I can be contacted via email@example.com or my PA Liz Bell on 0117 414 3780. Visits may be arranged for short listed candidates upon request.
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