Salary: Circa £85k | Benefits include a competitive pension and holiday entitlement, life assurance, and an Employee Assistance Programme
Is your vision a future without fragility fractures? Are you passionate about secondary fracture prevention and improving the lives of people with osteoporosis or poor bone health? Would you like to make a tangible difference to health service provision – both in terms of equity and quality?
Reporting directly to the Chief Executive and a member of the Executive Team, this position will lead the management and functions of the Clinical Directorate.
The role is based in the charity’s offices, Camerton, Bath. The post holder will be required to travel to attend relevant events and meetings across the UK, work occasional unsociable hours and be able to accommodate occasional overnight stays.
The primary purpose of the role is to ensure the clinical perspective is well understood and represented both internally and externally. This role has a broad remit combining responsibilities for influencing and networking activities, developing collaborative working partnerships and advising the CEO on all clinical matters. Other responsibilities include clinical governance, specialist nurse services and leadership and development of the research and cure work programmes.
Applicants will need to be a nurse with a current NMC registration, have a strong and proven track record in operational delivery as well as working at a senior and strategic level to support service development, collaboration and partnerships.
This position covers a wide range of activities from research, training and development, helpline support and advice, information and publications, clinical governance and safeguarding. Consequently, the successful applicant will have a broad CV demonstrating an ability to lead and manage across such a wide-ranging portfolio.
The charity prides itself on employing highly engaged, motivated and personable individuals and it is important that applicants are able to demonstrate an ability to connect with a diverse range of people showing presence and leadership, empathy and understanding.
All applicants applying must have the right to work in the UK. The relevant documentation to demonstrate your right to work in the UK will be requested at interview stage.
How to apply
To apply, applicants should provide a comprehensive CV, including details of relevant experience and achievements. This should be supplemented by a supporting statement in a cover letter, demonstrating how your skills and experience meet the person specification.
Closing date: 10:00, Monday 25 June 2018
Assessments: Thursday 5 July 2018, at the charity’s offices, Camerton, Bath
Formal Interviews: Friday 20 July 2018, in a central London location