Director of Design & Development
Introduction. ................................................ 1-2
About The Trust............................................ 3-6
About Essentia............................................. 7-8
Investing in World Class Facilities................ 9-12
The Role................................................... 13-22
Working at Essentia and GSTT.................. 23-24
Senior Leadership Team............................ 25-26
Application Process. ................................. 27-28
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Thank you for your interest in the Programme Director post at Essentia. Guy’s & St Thomas’ is one of the largest hospital trusts in the country, with around 17,000 staff, an annual turnover of more than £1.6 billion, and over 2.6 million patient contacts a year. Our hospitals have a long and proud history, dating back almost 900 years, and have been at the forefront of medical progress and innovation since they were founded. We continue to build on these traditions and have a reputation for clinical, teaching and research excellence. Essentia plays a crucial role on enabling the vast array of healthcare services provided by Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and other partner organisations. Responsible for non-clinical healthcare services, Essentia designs, builds and maintains healthcare infrastructure vital to the smooth running of healthcare services, encompassing everything from construction projects and healthcare planning to facilities management, housekeeping, transport and security. We employ around 1,700 people, and our vision is to provide the best service possible within the resources available, to be the estates, facilities and capital management provider of choice in south London and beyond, and to develop innovative approaches to improve the health estate.
The role of Programme Director is key to achieving Essentia’s strategic ambitions and an influential part of the Essentia senior leadership team, with specific remit for leading corporate management and assurance strategies across the Trust’s £1bn+ capital investment strategy. We are seeking an individual with a proven track record in a senior leadership role with significant experience of leading programme office teams with successful outcomes in a complex environment involving major infrastructure projects. You will have demonstrable experience of formulating long term, organisation-wide strategic plans and experience of organisation-wide policy development. Strong interpersonal, leadership and management skills are essential, with the ability to lead and inspire team members and internal and external stakeholders a key aspect of the role.
The role offers the opportunity to play a crucial role in the future development of one the UK’s largest healthcare portfolios, creating an environment that in turn will make a fantastic difference to so many.
Alastair Gourlay, Director of Essentia
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About the Trust
Guy’s and St Thomas’ is among the UK’s busiest and most successful NHS foundation
trusts. We provide a full range of hospital and community services for people in Lambeth, Southwark and
Lewisham, as well as specialist care for patients from further afield including cancer, renal, orthopaedic and cardiovascular services .
Guy’s is home to the largest dental school in Europe and a £160 million Cancer Centre opened in 2016. As part of our commitment to provide care closer to home, in 2017 we also opened a cancer centre and
a kidney treatment centre at Queen Mary’s Hospital in Sidcup. St Thomas’ has one of the largest critical care units in the UK and one of the busiest emergency departments in London. It is also home to Evelina London Children’s Hospital.
Evelina London cares for local children in Lambeth and Southwark and provides specialist services across south east England including cardiac, renal and critical care services. We lead a number of specialist service networks aiming to ensure children are treated locally where possible, but have access to specialist expertise when they need
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it. Our community services include health visiting, school nursing and support for families of children with long-term conditions. The Duchess of Cambridge became the Patron of Evelina London in 2018.
Our Values to patients and staff drive everything we do
Our values have been developed in close collaboration with staff who strive to provide our patients with exceptional care every day.
Put patients first
Take pride in what we do
Strive to be the best
Act with integrity
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About the Trust continued
Our year in numbers 2018-2019
218,000 emergency and urgent care attendances
More than 796,000 patient contacts in community services
1.38 million outpatients
6,492 babies born
123,000 day cases
over £1.6 billion annual turnover
around 17,100 staff
2.6 million patient contacts
Our adult community services teams deliver care at the heart of the local communities we serve, working in partnership with GPs, local authorities and other healthcare and voluntary sector organisations. In 2019 we combined adult community services with acute medicine and therapy services to create Integrated Care, a new strategic
business unit. Working with our partners in Lambeth and Southwark, we are focusing on new ways of working to improve care for local patients.
We have a reputation for clinical excellence and high quality teaching and research. We are part of King’s Health Partners, one of six accredited UK Academic Health Sciences Centres. In partnership with King’s College London we have dedicated clinical research facilities and a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Biomedical Research Centre.
Patients are at the heart of everything we do and we pride ourselves on ensuring the best possible patient experience as well as safe, high quality care. We are proud to have one of the lowest mortality rates in the NHS. Following a comprehensive Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection in 2019 we maintained our overall rating of ‘good’. Our adult community services achieved a rating of ‘outstanding’.
The commitment of our 17,100 staff is key to our success. We are one of the largest local employers and we aim to develop and support all our staff so they are able to deliver high quality, safe and efficient care. The 2018 NHS staff survey results show that we have one of the most engaged and motivated workforces in the NHS. We know this has a positive impact on the care provided to our patients. We have one of the most ambitious capital investment programmes anywhere in the NHS.
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Our vision is to provide the best service possible within the resources available, to be the estates, facilities and capital management provider of choice in south London and beyond, and to develop innovative approaches to improve the health estate.
Essentia provides in-house Estates, Facilities and Capital Management for Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundatioan Trust, as well as services for other local NHS providers in both the acute and community setting. The context within which Essentia works is changing, and at pace. There is an unprecedented appetite for collaboration between Trusts, within the Integrated Care System (ICS, formerly STP) and beyond, and growing interest in Essentia the organisation of choice for the successful management of high quality estates and facilities services.
Essentia strives to be a great place to work, grow and build a career.
THE ESSENTIA WAY
THE ESSENTIA WAY IS
The Essentia way is
Looking after each other
Doing it well
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INVESTMENT IN WORLD CLASS FACILITIES
Click photo to see NHS Guy’s and St.Thomas Cancer Centre information website
We have one of the most ambitious capital investment programmes anywhere in the NHS.
Most recently we have delivered the £160 million state of the art Cancer Centre at Guy’s Hospital.
The new Cancer Centre at Guy’s was designed by Award-winning architects Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and specialist healthcare architect Stantec were chosen for their innovative design based around a series of ‘villages’ that give the 14-storey building a human scale
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Looking to the future we have a once in a generation opportunity to build a platform for sustainable future healthcare and develop world-leading healthcare, Biomedical and MedTech clusters in the heart of London
New MedTech Cluster by 2040
A Biomedical Cluster at our London Bridge site (including Guy’s Hospital) focused on advanced therapies, cellular medicine, cancer and biomedical sciences - building on the success of the Guy’s Cancer
Further capital investment in our
A MedTech Cluster at our Westminster Bridge site (including St Thomas’s Hospital), building on the Trust’s existing strengths in emergency care, diagnostic imaging, paediatrics and
Centre and Guy’s Tower as centres for advanced therapies research.
community healthcare estate portfolio , thus enabling better integrated care for our communities, closer to where people live, by improving digital mobility of staff and diagnostic tools, encouraging people to manage their own health, and providing a network.
cardiovascular care and the University’s cardiovascular, imaging and healthcare engineering research.
LOOKING TO THE FUTURE PLANS
A c.£200m expansion of Evelina London Children’s Hospital, providing the full continuum of specialist care and delivering a comprehensive children’s hospital for London.
A partnership with Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust that will transform specialist cardiovascular care for London and the UK.
The Trust will plan and deliver an estate that will be fit for purpose for decades to come, by designing “shell and core” buildings which can adapt quickly and easily to different uses, so that we can refit them every 10-15 years, depending on our needs. This is not a one-off exercise, but a sustained strategy of investment and growth that is financially sustainable over the long-term. Healthcare is rapidly changing. In the future the treatments and technologies available to patients may be radically different. We need buildings that are designed with a degree of flexibility and future-proofing. We aim to treble the amount of space across our estate from the current 381,000 sqm to 1.1M sqm by 2050. Space not required by the Trust and King’s Health Partners will be available to research institutions and life science industry partners, including startups and SMEs. Co-location of these uses is central to the development of our MedTech and Biomedical Clusters model.
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Job Title Programme Director, Essentia
Responsible To Director of Essentia Responsible For Trust-wide Capital Programme Management
Salary Band 9
This is a new role which will be key to achieving Essentia’s strategic ambitions and the Trust’s ambitious capital investment plans. The role is a key member of the Essentia Senior Leadership Team and a member of the Investment Portfolio Board and the Estates Committee. The role is highly autonomous, requiring interpretation of national policy and strategies, and involves the expert analysis, synthesis and regular communication of highly complex, sensitive and contentious information both within the Trust and with external stakeholders, where there are significant barriers to acceptance. The post-holder is accountable to the Trust for the direct delivery of several highly technical and professional services, and has impact over the Trust’s capital investment strategy with a value over the next five years of about £1 billion. These include multi-stranded capital portfolio investments across many sites.
The Postholder: • Leading the development of the Trust’s 10 year capital investment strategy, providing leadership on innovative financing arrangements for delivery of the Trust’s strategic ambitions, advising on the impact new financing arrangements may have on Trust management and governance. This involves the interpretation of legislative and other regulatory requirements for estates for the Trust and partner Trusts within the Integrated Care System (ICS). • Leading the engagement process with strategic stakeholders within the Trust and externally, acting as an ambassador for the Trust and the Essentia executive team and taking responsibility for complex, challenging and sensitive negotiations at the highest level. • Leading the governance and oversight of the estate development plan and capital development programme, including liaison with other Trust programmes and initiatives. • Line managing several significant departments/services, the Capital Investment Portfolio Service and the Integrated Capital Programme Team, strategic Governance and Finance Services, including budgetary responsibility and procuring equipment and supplies. • Leading the quality assurance and benefits realisation process, developing this function to ensure interdependencies between the major programmes are understood and decision-making at board, portfolio and programme level are properly co-ordinated. • Leading the provision of Corporate Office support to Essentia, including preparation for Board and executive meetings in relation to both capital and operational aspects of Essentia responsibilities, and corporate support to the Director of Essentia, the Estates Committee and other Trust Committees. Key Relationships • Essentia executive colleagues • Trust executives including members of the Trust Management Committee • Senior stakeholders in clients, external partners and suppliers
• External consultants and contractors • Trust Director of Corporate Affairs • Trust regulators including NHSI and NHSE
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Trust-wide Programme Governance and Oversight • Lead, develop, implement and oversee a Trust-wide policy framework to deliver Trust- wide estates and facilities programme governance across the Trust and partner Trusts within the ICS, interpreting national policy and setting goals and standards for others. • Responsible for leading the oversight of significant and major change activities within Essentia and associated programmes, formulating long term plans to ensure this oversight is robust. • Lead, develop and maintain robust governance arrangements and programme management processes in line with good practice, to ensure the Trust has robust decision-making processes in relation to capital investment. Provide effective, expert advice, overcoming barriers to understanding and acceptance. • Analyse performance across all programmes Trust-wide in relation to performance targets and strategic objectives, developing strategies and business plans, providing advice in areas where expert opinion differs and where barriers to understanding and acceptance exist. Handle dispute resolution at the highest level. • Develop and lead processes to ensure that the senior leadership team and Trust has oversight of key estates programmes and their interdependencies with other Trust and Kings Health Partners (KHP)/ICS initiatives, reporting directly to the Board. • Lead the work with colleagues across the Trust to identify critical success factors to deliver EDS and highlight programme risks and opportunities. • Ensure that policies, systems and processes are put in place, using appropriate specialist software, to manage the interdependencies between Essentia’s plans, and between these and plans of directorates and corporate functions in the wider Trust, providing advice and guidance where expert opinion differs. • Lead the development and delivery of robust processes to monitor progress on delivery of the Trust’s capital plan and building maintenance plan. • Lead the monitoring of progress on all estate developments and capital investments through the life cycle of investment programme to ensure all relevant information is available at the right time to enable key decisions to be made. • Provide in-house expert market knowledge on all aspects of programme and project management leading to the commissioning and delivery of capital projects. • Regularly undertake and manage research activity including complex surveys in relation to service improvements and performance management, and regular audits in relation to programme governance, reported at Board level.
Integrated Capital Programme • Provide strategic leadership and guidance to the Trust’s integrated capital programme/ plan and support the development of the Trust 10 year investment strategy and associated funding strategy. This involves the planning and organisation of a broad range of complex activities, formulating and adjusting plans and strategies in anticipation of complex environmental and political changes. • Develop and maintain strong external strategic relationships with GSTT strategic partners, within KHP, across the ICS, and beyond. • Develop and maintain strong working relationships with senior corporate and finance colleagues so that there are robust systems in place for on-going monitoring and effective tracking of multiple, complex, transformation and development plans. Lead complex and challenging negotiations, bringing influence to bear where barriers to acceptance exist. • Provide effective and expert specialist advice on the governance and delivery of the five year capital plan. This involves the analysis, synthesis and communication of highly complex service and organisational facts and information. • Determine capital availability generated from the Trust’s own resources, and from partner Trusts within KHP, the ICS, and the wider NHS, working closely with the Financial Planning department. • Provide financial leadership to the Director of Estate Development in developing alternative sources of financing from outside the Trust (and NHS) and innovative mechanisms which leverage the Trust’s existing capital strategy and develop relationships with key stakeholders such as the Charity, KCL and other external strategic partners. • Maintain expert understanding both personally and within the team of the Trust’s existing complex estate and historic financial and capital relationships and arrangements, and make strategic recommendations to the Trust on the impact of new capital arrangements, following expert analysis, synthesis and interpretation of complex data. • Lead their team in developing and maintaining a good understanding of the Trust’s SBU structure as it relates to its capital and estate arrangements and to provide expert advice to the Trust on the impact any proposed changes may have on the impact any delivery of its strategic ambition.
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KEY RESPONSIBILITIES CONTINUED
Strategic Financing • Lead the provision of professional financial and commercial advice in relation to new and existing capital development activities of the Trust • Develop and implement realistic budgets for the technical and project management aspects of the Trust’s capital development strategy, to ensure that sufficient and appropriate resources are allocated to timely delivery. • Lead on best practice models for financial reporting of capital and investment strategy programmes. • Communicate difficult or sensitive messages on financing capital developments across the Trust, and with partner organisations across the ICS and beyond, where significant barriers to understanding and acceptance exist. • Lead the financial appraisal of new business cases, make recommendations for improvements, and strategic recommendations for adoption by the Trust Executive. Investment portfolio • Lead Trust-wide governance across the three major capital programme areas (estates, DTi, medical equipment). • Provide expert specialist technical and professional financial advice and support to the Trust-wide Investment Portfolio Board and Board sub-committees, including the Estate Development Advisory Board and the Estates Committee. • Through expert leadership, ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of the Investment Portfolio Board and the Estates Committee. Financial Management • Provide strategic financial leadership, advice and governance in support of the Trust- wide master programme for estate development. • Responsible for overall budget setting for the Investment Portfolio, Integrated Programme, Governance and Finance teams. • Ensure that services are delivered so as to achieve value for money and meet all financial targets. • Ensure all staff comply with the Trust’s financial standing orders and financial procedures. • Design, develop and embed a rigorous approach to benefits realisation in relation to change or business development programmes, particularly those that are investment-led.
• Responsible for the management of several large teams: Investment Portfolio, Integrated Programme; Governance and Finance.
Corporate Management • Contribute to the collective decision-making of the Trust with regard to estate development, enabling the Trust to carry out its corporate responsibilities. • Lead the horizon planning for Board meetings and Trust Management Committee meetings. • Lead the agenda planning for Essentia Operations Board and Essentia’s contribution to senior Trust committees. • Ensure the effective and professional preparation of strategic Board papers prior to publication. Team Management • Responsible for the management of the Investment Portfolio, Integrated Programme, Governance and Finance departments and teams. • Ensure that team structures and individuals employed within the various services are organised to achieve maximum effectiveness in delivering Trust, SBU and Essentia objectives. • Develop and lead a team that will drive and support high performing business performance based on sound and relevant data. • Ensure that an effective performance management system operates for individuals at all levels. • Ensure that staff are effectively managed and developed within a performance appraisal framework including personal development plans, to ensure an efficient, engaged and highly motivated workforce. • Ensure that all staff managed comply with Trust and Essentia policies and procedures. • Ensure compliance with all mandatory training ad optimal completion of Trust/NHS staff surveys.
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KEY RESPONSIBILITIES CONTINUED
Leadership and Organisational Development • Actively promote good communication and employee engagement throughout the Essentia workforce, exemplifying the values and behaviours of the Trust and the Essentia Way. • Promote effective leadership to Essentia staff, encouraging ‘one team’ working and breaking down management barriers and divisions that have developed over time across Essentia. • Responsible for the recruitment, induction, training and development for all accountable staff, including objective setting, motivation and appraisal, and to be responsible for all performance issues relating to the team. • Lead the reconfiguration of working practices and strategic resource levels required to achieve on going optimum flexibility in the workforce to service anticipated and existing business. • Invest in the development of all directly accountable employees. • Ensure the implementation of consistent performance management for all employees. • Work with the Head of Investment and Resources and other colleagues in HR and Finance to ensure that workforce plans match and anticipate performance, service and activity levels. • Provide visible leadership to promote a fair and just culture that ensures that Essentia is responsive to the needs of diverse staff. • Contribute to talent management and succession planning across Essentia. Corporate responsibilities • Be a key member of the team setting and delivering the long-term strategic estate development agenda for the Trust. • Represent Essentia at Trust level senior management meetings as necessary. • Represent Essentia and the Trust at ICS, Regional and National levels as and when required. • Actively promote and champion the equality, diversity and inclusion ambitions of the Trust and Essentia. • Contribute fully to Essentia corporate management and strategic development together with other executive colleagues as an active participant in the Executive Team and in presenting to the Board of Directors and external partners and customers. • Participate, and on occasion lead, negotiations with external providers and enhance the Essentia brand working in conjunction with other colleagues.
• Participate in the performance management of Essentia at corporate level and act as the Executive lead regarding operational performance. • Take responsibility for the delivery of specific change and transformation projects on behalf of the Director of Essentia. Personal development • Ensure that professional knowledge is continuously updated and training undertaken if appropriate. • Participate in an annual performance review process where objectives will be agreed, performance monitored and personal development needs discussed. Other • From time to time, to provide support to Essentia colleagues undertaking other duties as required, which are consistent with the grade and nature of the post. The role includes work on special projects as they arise. • Strict adherence to departmental health and safety regulations and requirements. • Any other duties appropriate to the role. • Requirement to work at any other site used by the Trust, partners or clients.
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Qualifications/Education MBA qualification, or equivalent professional qualification or experience.
Master’s degree, and additional in-depth professional training and knowledge of financial management, performance management, NHS regulatory processes and complex programme management to doctorate or equivalent level, acquired through training and experience over an extended period. Evidence of continued professional and managerial development. Professional Registration Relevant professional registration eg APM. Previous Experience Extensive experience of leadership and achievement at executive level in a relevant field in a large, complex environment. Extensive, significant experience of formulating long term, organisation-wide strategic plans and development of projects resulting in positive value for money outcomes. Experience of organisation-wide policy development, interpreting complex legislative and other requirements. Extensive, in depth executive level experience of strategic financial management, with significant exposure to resourcing large and complex capital projects. Extensive experience in resolving major programme management, delay, technical and commercial issues in complicated financial transactions. Significant, proven experience of leading programme office teams with successful outcomes in a complex development environment involving major (>£100m capital value) infrastructure projects. Extensive experience of NHS regulatory processes, governance and strategic programme reporting. Knowledge Specialist knowledge and awareness of change management tools and techniques Excellent in-depth, professional understanding and specialist knowledge of complex and challenging programme management. Extensive in-depth knowledge of financial management, with significant exposure to the strategic resourcing of large scale, complex capital projects. Demonstrable skill in understanding, analysing and communicating critical paths,
projected expenditure and governance. Highly developed communication skills, with ability to communicate highly complex information where exceptional influencing skills are required and barriers to understanding and acceptance exist. Highly developed leadership skills with the ability to enthuse, motivate and involve individuals and teams, and have them understand the Trust-wide and local performance expectations. Skills & Abilities Track record of effective engagement and partnership working with senior internal and external stakeholders. Highly developed negotiating skills within complex, challenging and at times antagonistic environments. Ability to analyse, synthesise and interpret highly complex data, filtering and interpreting often conflicting information, to develop Trust-wide policy. Intellectual flexibility with the ability to cut through ambiguity and complexity and to shape and implement a vision that looks beyond existing structures, ways of working, boundaries and organisations to produce more effective and innovative service delivery models. Independent self-starter, able to work with a high level of autonomy. Strong drive for performance and improvement. Proven strong written communication skills, in particular for complex drafting, and ability to produce & shape effective business cases. Highly accurate physical keyboard skills required for professional practice. Highly developed listening skills and the ability to build excellent interpersonal relationships within GSTT, with GSTT’s strategic partners, across KHP, the ICS and beyond. Sound political judgment and sensitivity when dealing with stakeholders at all levels, with a strong ability to influence where expert opinions differ and barriers to understanding and acceptance exist. Flexible and resilient approach, able to work under pressure. Team player, able to motivate and inspire. Additional Commitment to the Essentia Way - working together, doing it well and looking after each other.
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WORKING FOR ESSENTIA AND GSTT
Health, wellness & recreation
At Guy’s and St Thomas’ you’ll be surrounded by an exceptional team of supportive colleagues. Their skill, passion and pride in what they do will inspire you and their encouragement will give you confidence. Our staff surveys tell us that people enjoy working here. We consistently feature as one of the top trusts in the country to work for and are proud to have the Investors in People Gold Standard. As a member of Essentia and GSTT staff, you’ll be provided with a competitive salary and pension scheme, generous annual leave, excellent training and development opportunities as well as numerous other attractive benefits to help actively encourage a positive, diverse, healthy and family friendly culture in our workplace.
• Access to staff gym at St Thomas’ Hospital and a 25m swimming pool at Guy’s Hospital • A comprehensive staff health and well-being programme, ‘5 ways to a healthier YOU’ • Employee assistance programme • Free staff counselling service • Sleepio programme • Free eye tests • Free stop smoking service • Free access to physiotherapy • Access to weight management programme • Headspace app • Weight Management Programme • Happier@Work Programme • On-site cinemas for patients and staff Total benefits worth c. £750
• Life Insurance Cover • Ill Health Severance Cover • Company Pension
• 27 days (plus bank holidays) when you start • 29 days (plus bank holidays) after five years service • 33 days (plus bank holidays) after 10 years service • Plus the opportunity to buy and sell annual leave each year
Contribution (14.3% employer contribution)
• Season ticket loans • Salary sacrifice schemes Total benefits worth between £14,000 to £18,000 depending on salary level
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Education, training and development support
• Leaders at Essentia are eligible to undertake the Level 7 MA Senior Leader Masters Degree Apprenticeship (SLMDA) delivered by Pearson Business School accredited by the University of Kent (T&Cs apply) Total benefit worth c. £18,000 for term of course
• Subsidised on-site nursery • Childcare vouchers • Flexible working policy • Support for carers
• Access to the Thomas Guy sports and social club • Fundraising and volunteering opportunities with the Guys’ and St Thomas’ Charities
GSTT has an active commitment to equality and diversity, welcoming people of all backgrounds, nationalities and religions. We are recognised as a healthcare leader by Stonewall and the Trust is a disability confident employer.
Further information working at GSTT can be viewed here.
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Director of Essentia
Director of Operations (Deputy Director of Essentia)
Director of Estate Development
Director of Design & Development
• Site based soft FM Management • Site based hard FM Management
• Adaptable Estate Design Standards • Contractor/Developer Partnerships • Private sector financing • Adaptable Estate Delivery Management • Commercial & Legal Negotiation with Developers • Tenant Procurement & Negotiation
• Employee Engagement • Statutory Compliance + Health & Safety • Disability Discrimination • Operational Contracts Management • Customer Service / Telephony • Internal and External Customer Relationships • Operational Services Contracts • Backlog & Minor Works Management • Setting standards and policy for Hard and Soft FM • Sustainability • Fire Safety Management
• Technical Design
Standards for capital projects • Strategic and functional planning • Design Management • Fit-out ·Contractor Management • Commissioning & Handover • Technical Supervision • Infrastructure Design and Planning • Internal & Public Stakeholder Engagement • Programme Office & Resource pool (capital)
Director of Performance & Improvement
Asset Management Director
• Project Planning oversight • Governance and Oversight • Capital and Operational Interdependencies • Capital Programme monitoring • External relationships monitoring/ management • Administrative Management and agenda planning • Strategic capital /
• Data collection & reporting • Quality Standards • Operational Financial Management • Workforce & Essentia Academy • Business Planning • Improvement & Efficiency Programme’ • Risk Management & QA • ERIC and Model Hospital returns and analytics • Procurement (incl Capital Procurement) • ISO accreditation
• Estate Strategy Development • Strategic planning of healthcare estate • Property and Asset Management • Space Management • Commercial management of assets • Landlord and tenant relationships • Planning approval
oversight and benefits realization reporting
management (decision making) • Corporate support & risk management
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The closing date for applications is 13th April 2020
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