St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is one of London’s leading teaching hospitals with an international reputation for quality of care and cutting-edge treatment. With over 9,000 dedicated staff caring for patients, it is the largest healthcare provider in southwest London serving a population of 1.3 million. A large number of services, such as cardiothoracic medicine and surgery, neurosciences and renal transplantation, cover significant populations from Surrey and Sussex. St George’s Hospital is also the designated heart attack centre, hyper-acute stroke unit and major trauma centre within the region.
The Trust has an experienced executive and operational leadership team and has recently published its Clinical Strategy for 2019-2024 which includes a Quality Improvement Plan based on the vision of ‘Outstanding Care, Every Time’. Whilst there remains a long journey ahead, there is a strong collective ambition across clinical and non-clinical staff to realise that goal.
Our services are organised into three clinical Divisions, each led by a Divisional Director of Operations, Divisional Chair and Divisional Director of Nursing. Within the divisions there are fifteen directorates led by General Managers and we are now recruiting into four of these posts:
In the Medicine Cardiovascular Division:
• General Manager - Specialist Medicine
• General Manager - CCAG & CVT (Cardiology Clinical Academic Group, & Cardiac Surgery/Vascular/Thoracic)
• General Manager – RHOP (Renal/Haematology/Oncology/Palliative)
In the Children's, Women's, Diagnostics, Therapies, Outpatients, Critical Care, Community Services (CWDT) Division:
• General Manager – Outpatients
Each post has a unique context, more of which can be found in the recruitment pack. What they all have in common is that they offer you great opportunity to build your career in a large teaching hospital with a co-located Medical School. These are challenging but rewarding posts where you’ll be managing at pace and scale. They offer you an excellent opportunity to work towards a Divisional Director position in your next role, building on your strong general management experience whilst also offering the chance to demonstrate and develop your skills in exciting, large scale transformation and change.
This is a great time to join St George’s and play your part in our story of improvement towards ‘Outstanding Care, Every Time’.
For the recruitment pack, an informal discussion or to apply please contact James Stephens or Gareth Elwin at Morgan Law on 0207 747 4943 or email firstname.lastname@example.org The Closing Date for applications will be midnight on Thursday 19th September.