Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board is looking for an exceptional, ambitious senior leader to take up this unique opportunity to establish a truly integrated system for the wellbeing of our communities and population.
Working with the very best clinical leaders, the Director of Acute Services will be responsible for serving the population by supporting the Executive Director of Operations.
You will have a key role in supporting three Integrated Locality Groups with both strategic development and operative business.
These Integrated Locality Groups bring a population health focus, collaborating with partners, together with all aspects of mental health, primary care, secondary care, in a truly integrated way to deliver the very best outcomes for the people we serve.
Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board is ideally situated within a beautiful part of Wales, between Wales’ capital city, Cardiff, to the south, the South Wales coast including Porthcawl and Swansea Bay to the West and the stunning scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park to the North all within a short commute.
We operate within a vibrant community, rich with history and heritage, and our Health Board is at the heart of this community.
We are steadfast in maintaining a focus on quality, improved patient experience, and ensuring equitable access to services.
Our Three-year Integrated Plan and Quality Governance Framework reinforce the strong commitment we have made to quality and safety which underpins all our work.
You will possess the necessary energy and credibility to lead, support and develop services and our people, delivering high-quality care for our patients and improved population health outcomes.
Providing strategic and operational leadership, you will ensure safe, high quality, and efficient management of all services within the Executive Director of Operations’ portfolio, and ensure a positive patient and community centred culture.
You will have a proven track-record in managing highly complex services which 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 health and care sectors locally, nationally and internationally.
As a University’ Health Board we recognise that research and development are the foundations upon which quality improvement is built and, working with our academic partners, we believe in innovation to drive improvements to outcomes for our population.
The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; Welsh and / or English speakers are equally welcome to apply.Closing date : 21st September 2020For further details / informal visits contact : Alan Lawrie, Executive Director of Operationsalan.