Bury St Edmunds
020 7820 7321
9 months ago
Established in 1984, St Nicholas Hospice Care is a successful and much-loved charity serving the local area of West Suffolk and Thetford.
Every year we support nearly 2,000 local people, delivering care across multiple settings. Our services are not just for patients, but for their family and friends too, and include everything from specialist medical care to bereavement support and practical help. We also work with other community services that provide a variety of training and education to local professionals and carers about palliative care and bereavement.
Our new Clinical Services Director will join a senior management team with a newly appointed CEO, working together to establish greater reach in our community, improving the lives of many more people faced with dying, caring and grief. They will manage a clinical directorate of over 90 staff and 230 volunteers.
The role has responsibility for the full breadth of our services, such as family support, education, and outreach/community liaison, as well as focusing on the long term implementation of the clinical strategy. The appointed candidate will also act as Registered Manager, and Accountable Officer.
Most importantly, they will be a compassionate leader for our staff and volunteers, the people we care for and the community as a whole.
Job role: Clinical Services Director at St Nicholas Hospice Care
Salary: circa 70,000
Location: Bury St Edmunds
The successful candidate will meet these criteria:
- Education to degree level with evidence of Masters level study or equivalent
- Relevant accredited professional qualification in health care and appropriate professional membership
- An effective and highly motivated leader who will drive the development and delivery of the hospice strategy
- Management experience in healthcare, but not necessarily hospice or palliative care
- Ability to lead and manage a diverse workforce through change
- Excellent communication skills and confident public speaker
- Understanding and passion for improving the lives of those facing dying, death, caring and grief and empathy with the Hospice Vision and Strategy
- Understanding of Public Health and Asset Based Community Development approaches
We encourage applicants who are from underrepresented groups with protected characteristics, as we value having a diverse pool of applicants to find the best candidate.
If you would like to receive an Information Pack for this role with details on how to apply, please send an expression of interest and (optional but appreciated) a CV or professional profile in confidence to our consultant, Jenny Hills at email@example.com. For an informal and confidential conversation about this position, please contact Jenny at the above address with your number and suitable times to speak.
Closing date for applications: 9am, Monday 14th June.