NHS Golden Jubilee are looking for a Non-executive Member to join their Board and help steer the future organisational strategy of their world-renowned healthcare organisation.
As a national university hospital, the NHS Golden Jubilee provides person centred, high quality care to patients from across Scotland and is home to the regional and national heart and lung services, a centre of excellence for orthopaedics, a high volume provider for ophthalmology and a major centre for diagnostics.
As a Non-executive Board Member, the successful applicant will play a key role in the planning, delivery and overseeing of their ambitious expansion project, which includes the construction of increased orthopaedic facilities, new surgical admissions and recovery unit, endoscopy suite, a central sterile processing department, larger orthopaedic and pre-operative assessment space, along with a larger theatre recovery facility.
Applicants do not need to be an expert in healthcare or have previous experience of being on a board. If you have experience in the delivery and overseeing of major capital projects and a commitment to helping improve the health and wellbeing of the people in Scotland then you are encouraged to apply.
The successful candidate will be provided with full training and support to develop all the skills needed to fulfil duties.
Non-executive Chair of the Board at NHS Golden Jubilee, Susan Douglas-Scott CBE said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to join our values led organisation at a time of exciting growth and change.
“This is a challenging, rewarding and hugely fulfilling role and with the expansion of our services we will be providing world-class care to more patients than ever before.
“I encourage anyone who would like to be part of the recovery and remobilisation of NHSScotland to apply for this worthwhile role.”
To find out more information about the role, please visit www.appointed-for-scotland.org or by calling 0300 244 1898.
Completed applications must be received on or before 5.00pm on Monday 16 May 2022.