The new Chief Executive of The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) will assume an exciting and pivotal role. You will develop the strategy of the RCR in collaboration with the Senior Leadership Team, and be responsible for the operational management and performance of the organisation.
As the leader of the RCR, you will work closely with the President and the Council to support and guide the organisation’s mission, whilst overseeing the execution of its strategy. Taking responsibility for all legal requirements, risk management and financial obligations, you will ensure the robust financial health of the charity, as we move forward into the new decade.
With a track record in leading or delivering organisational transformation and influencing culture change, you will have leadership experience within a non-profit setting and an understanding of the position of medical Royal Colleges within the healthcare landscape.
An influential and strategic thinker, you will have a strong and proven background in engaging with regulatory and professional bodies, which may include healthcare organisations, sister Royal Colleges or equivalent organisations. Your professional relationships and networking capabilities will ensure you create the right opportunities to lead the organisation into its next phase.
Your knowledge of charity regulation and understanding of good governance along with your commitment to equality and valuing diversity will ensure the RCR continues to strive forward under compelling and trusted leadership.
The role requires tact and diplomacy, emotional intelligence, as well as resilience and flexibility. The Chief Executive will inspire staff and collaborate with new Trustees of the RCR, including Office bearers, from diverse backgrounds. A commitment to understanding and serving the interests of RCR members is essential.
This role offers the exciting opportunity to build on the outstanding growth and development of the RCR under the previous Chief Executive, as we continue to expand our diverse membership base.
The role is full-time, based at the RCR’s offices in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London.
The RCR has been working with members to improve the standard of medical practice across the fields of radiology and oncology for over 40 years. We collaborate impartially with our members and external parties across the healthcare landscape and support the education and training of doctors throughout their careers.
For further information on the RCR and the role please see the candidate pack. To apply, please contact our retained consultant Julian Smith at memcom executive, our specialist consultancy or visit our website.
First round Interviews will be held on 19 and 20 December 2019.
Second round interviews will be held on 24 January 2020.