Do you share our passion for supporting people with neuro-disabilities? Do you have a clinical background as a therapist, social worker or nurse? Would you welcome the opportunity to serve as our new CEO?
If you do, Integrated Neurological Services (INS) would like to hear from you.
Integrated Neurological Services (INS) is a unique charity. Founded in 1993, we offer long-term, holistic support to people with neuro disabilities, in particular Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease and Stroke.
We work closely with the NHS and local authorities to bridge the gap in their support services to people with neuro disabilities and we maintain support for people once active NHS input has ended. INS have contracts in Hounslow and Richmond providing health and wellbeing preventative services as well as supporting carers.
INS have developed a reputation for achievement and innovative approaches to integrated care in the community. We are passionate about providing support to ensure all clients receive ongoing, long-term professional support tailored to their needs. Our multidisciplinary team use an integrated model of care to encourage self-help and, through rehabilitation, education and support, enable people to manage their condition, to live as fully and independently as possible within their communities and achieve the best possible quality of life for them and their carers.
We have also recently reached an important milestone, our 25'" anniversary, which provided us with the opportunity to reflect on what has been achieved and what we hope to achieve moving forward.
Following the recent decision by our previous CEO to leave INS to take up a new position closer to where he lives, the Board took the decision to appoint an Interim to provide oversight whilst we appoint to the substantive post.
Our new CEO will preferably be a therapist, social worker or nurse who can provide INS with the visionary leadership and networking skills to champion our ethos and continue taking us forward. Their priorities will be to champion and lead our clinical work, continue our local partnership working and look to increase funding by exploring opportunities in surrounding areas.
They will be expected to be ambitious and entrepreneurial, bring energy and a vision. They will have the ability to communicate the work, success and ambition of INS and be able to lead and motivate people effectively.
Closing date: Monday 30 March
Final Panel Interviews: Monday 6 April
If you are interested in submitting an application and would welcome a confidential and discrete conversation, please contact our advising consultant Philip Nelson at Harris Hill.