Chief Executive Officer – Healthcare Management Trust – Hybrid Working - £100,000 - £120,000
At the Healthcare Management Trust, we are committed to delivering the highest quality healthcare and understand that our well-trained, passionate team of employees lie at the heart of delivering the service our patients and residents expect.
The Trust was established in 1985 with the aim of relieving sickness, both physical and mental, and the preservation and protection of good health. These core objectives are achieved through our healthcare services in our hospitals, our care homes and our consultancy services.
We own and commercially operate two hospitals, Sancta Maria in Swansea and St Hugh’s in Grimsby. Each serves its local community with the highest standards of care and reinvests in supporting health promotion and research that impact directly on those communities too. We also lease operate two care homes at Marie Louise House in Romsey and Coloma Court in West Wickham primarily for self-pay residents and we provide a combination of residential and respite care for people in those communities.
The Charity continues to offer a broad range of consultancy and management services to other trustees and management of charities within the wider acute health and social care sector. In addition, we fund health-related research, scholarship projects and other areas of related grant-making to support community engagement.
The Trust raises no voluntary income, the charity’s work is funded solely through its operating income, investments and reserves. We provide access to all, without regard to the route patients and residents take in coming to us.
Our team of employees share our vision to provide high quality healthcare, and we continuously improve the skills within our workforce to ensure we maintain our position within the healthcare sector. We know our team has a wealth of knowledge and experience, and by working together we continue to develop an exciting and innovative workplace.
Our Board of Trustees wish to build on our heritage and reputation to take the charity forward as we embrace our next chapter, working in partnership across health and social care. We are seeking a new Chief Executive who can provide the leadership to achieve our aspirations, who can represent The Trust externally as a positive and collaborative partner, and who can engage the Senior Leadership Team and our employees to innovate and strive towards our vision over the next five years.
Our new CEO will demonstrate integrity, entrepreneurial spirit, social intelligence, leadership skills and an enlightened vision of our future healthcare model.
They will provide legal, corporate and strategic leadership of the Trust as a whole through establishing and maintaining a constructive working relationship with the Chair and Trustees, seeking advice and support when appropriate and accepting robust challenges. Our new CEO will also act as Nominated Individual and Responsible Individual for all HMT Hospitals and Care Homes.
Key responsibilities include:
- Create and maintain a culture that champions the values of the Trust; lead by example and ensure that the Trust is run in accordance with its philosophy, striving to provide high quality person-centred care to all its patients and residents irrespective of background, gender, race or faith.
- Manage the communication and the relationship with the Trustees, involving the Executive to ensure that Board decisions are based on comprehensive knowledge and that these decisions are implemented.
- Build relationships and credibility with commissioning bodies, local authorities, other care home providers and national forums to promote the industry and the Trust.
- Be highly visible in HMT hospitals and homes on a regular basis with both employees, patients, residents and partners.
Our ideal candidate will have strong healthcare leadership skills to executive level across a significant sized group or organisation. They will be able to evidence putting patients and residents at the heart of a strategy whilst having high commercial acumen.
Experience of working with external stakeholders including private health insurers, NHS, local authorities and regulatory bodies will be essential to this role, as the CEO of our Trust, you will be our most senior representative.
Key skills and abilities include:
- The ability to inspire, motivate and communicate with others through words and actions – staff, trustees, residents, healthcare/care professionals.
- Be decisive, action orientated, resilient and energetic.
- Be self-aware and able to recognise, interpret and respond appropriately to people and situations.
- Be professional at all times and reflect the Trust’s values.