North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust is one of London’s major acute hospital trusts based in North London.
We are seeking an exceptional individual who is truly committed to the delivery of the highest quality of healthcare to our patients.
As our Director of Nursing you will have a fantastic opportunity to work autonomously and be truly innovative and forward thinking, contributing to the development of our strategy and culture. As a key role model within the organisation, you will exhibit positive and empowering leadership behaviours. You will actively promote a patient-centred, culturally sensitive approach to the delivery of care. A key part of the NMUH leadership team, you will be responsible for providing nursing leadership. This is your opportunity to help shape the future of healthcare in North London, at a pivotal time for our Trust.
We are currently pursuing membership of the Royal Free London Group of hospitals – if successful we will be joining what is planned to be a world-leading healthcare group. Your expertise will be vital to identifying and maximising the benefits of joining the group and ensuring the successful service delivery, service reconfiguration and day-to-day performance of North Middlesex Hospital.
To take on this challenge, you need a proven record of strategic and operational nursing management, a commitment to partnership working and the development of a fresh approach.
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For further information please contact Diana Mohar – Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive on ( Phone number removed )
The Trust is an Equal Opportunities Employer. We provide a smoke free work environment. Due to the nature of this post, a Disclosure & Barring Service search will be conducted on the successful applicant.
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