Date posted: 31/03/2021
Harrow has been developing over a number of years its Integrated Partnership, with a strong partnership across health and care providers to develop services for the people of Harrow. During the Covid-19 pandemic, the integrated partnership has continued to grow and has developed into a robust local provider partnership, focusing on how to collectively use the resources and the experience of all partners.
This is an exciting and newly created Managing Director role, instigated at a critical time for our partnership. The successful candidate will be able to lead partners, understand the Integrated Care System strategy and work with partners to understand how the key deliverables will be delivered for the residents of Harrow. This role will require the successful candidate to lead across organisational boundaries, ensuring that they understand the operational needs of providers, but also how we can transform the services we offer.
Key to the role will be ensuring that we reduce health and care inequalities of our residents. They will be transparent about our health inequalities, how we identify those priorities and target and design ways to reduce health inequalities. Specifically the partnership will be focusing on not only COVID19 restoration but also specifically on mental health, diabetes and cardiovascular clinical pathways. At the same time there will be a specific focus on how we support our residents to improve their underlying health and maximise independence.
The Managing Director will find a strong partnership that is focused on delivery and transformation. They will help us plan and deliver the health and care of our residents, ensuring that it is integrated and improves access to the community. They will lead the delivery of our Primary Care Networks, ensuring that they build skills and leadership locally. They will also develop the partnership, ensuring that they embed and foster relationships across all providers, harnessing the expertise or each partner to drive forward our vision.
The successful candidate will be a confident and engaging leader who can bring stakeholders together for a collective aim, whilst managing the politics around conflicting objectives. You must be a skilled negotiator and be able to hold people to account in a changing yet progressive environment. The successful candidate is likely to come from either the NHS or Local Government sectors, and will have a track record of delivering programmes of change within these environments, whilst also developing integration and partnership working.
For further information please contact our recruitment partner Adrian Watts at Allen Lane on 07816 290 865. Please send your CV, supporting statement and current remuneration to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Sunday 18th April.