St. George's University of London and St. George's Healthcare NHS Trust St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust St George’s University of London
Morgan Law - Recruitment Consultancy

Joint Director of Estates and Facilities »

Salary: Attractive package      Location: South-West London

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Welcome

The relationship between St George’s University of London and St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust is unique in London.  Their shared premises encourage the unfettered flow of education, research and clinical care to pass between both organisations. It is a strategic priority of both organisations to seek mutually beneficial alliances working more closely together. In support of that aim we are now seeking a new Joint Director of Estates and Facilities.

This is a key leadership role, accountable to the Chief Executive of St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust and the Principal of St George’s University, and with the lead for developing an integrated joint estates and facilities provision, you have the potential to have significant impact in both organisations.  In this role you will:

  • Deliver the Trust’s capital investment and redevelopment programme, from business case to project completion, which includes funded projects to expand critical care and develop a new private patients unit as well as a women’s and children’s hospital;
  • Lead the development of our estates strategy including ensuring we have a robust development control plan in place for our main site which makes the most effective use of space across the Trust and the University; and
  • Look to further improve our commercial opportunities for the benefit of our patients, staff and students as well as ensure that across both the Trust and University we are contracting and delivering our facilities services in a way which drives improvements and efficiencies.

We are looking for someone who brings an exceptional track record of delivery at a senior level in either the public or private sector. You will have a depth of experience in capital projects and estate management and are highly likely to have led large commercial negotiations. You will have the impact and gravitas required to be successful at Board/Executive level across both organisations and you will be someone used to working with, and influencing, a range of stakeholders. It’s very important to us that you are used to working as part of a team and in partnership with your colleagues and team.

For further information, or for a confidential discussion, please contact our retained consultants at Morgan Law, Suzanne Roddie on 020 7747 7536 or exec@morgan-law.com.

How to Apply:

All applications will be acknowledged.

Candidates who provide strong evidence against the person specification will be invited to a preliminary interview with Morgan Law in Central London. There is no fixed closing date for this role and we will shortlist once a strong field has been established, therefore you are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

Final panel interviews dates are to be confirmed but are expected to be towards the end of February

To apply, please send:

  • A full CV (with current salary details) which demonstrates your ability to meet the criteria contained in the person specification.
  • A covering letter highlighting the aspects of the job description and the organisations which particularly attract you to the post.
  • Names, positions, organisations and telephone contact numbers for at least two referees.

Finally, please ensure you include your work and home telephone contact numbers and email addresses where applicable, as well as any dates when you will not be available.

Should a further conversation be helpful, please contact Suzanne Roddie at our retained consultants, Morgan Law, on 020 7747 7536 or 07733 335 409.

Useful Links

Morgan Law Recruitment Consultancy
4th Floor, Clareville House
26-27 Oxendon Street, London, SW1Y 4EL
www.morgan-law.com

Suzanne Roddie
Tel: 020 7747 7536
Email: exec@morgan-law.com