Non-Executive Director vacancies - work with us on the next stage of our journey
QVH has a proud heritage and is known throughout the world for pioneering new and innovative techniques and treatments; we continue to receive excellent feedback from patients and have made great strides in implementing our longer term strategy for delivering excellence.
Our last CQC visit rated us as ‘Good’ with ‘Outstanding’ patient care and we are committed to working towards every aspect of QVH being rated as Outstanding. Our values of humanity, pride and continuous improvement are at the centre of everything we do. With around 900 members of staff, an active council of governors and assisted by our band of volunteers, we have a great team here at QVH. They are critical to our continued success and provide the expertise and ability to deliver the Trust’s vision for delivering excellence.
As part of the wider NHS, partnerships are particularly important for us. We work with other trusts and our local health community to ensure a full spectrum of care can be provided, as well as being an active contributor to our local Sustainability and Transformation programme.
We are looking for two Non-Executive Directors who share our values and can work with us in leading QVH on the next stage of our journey. The roles would require a commitment of a minimum of three days per month for a term of three years.
Board level or senior experience in a significant sized enterprise; perhaps a listed company, or a public sector body, mutual or charitable trust would be advantageous. We are looking for one Non-Executive Director with a background in finance, with experience in IT and/or property; and a second with a clinical background, bringing a specific ability to scrutinise and support this aspect of the business.
Closing date: Friday 25 January 2019.
In the first instance, please contact Dee Vaidya, Executive Assistant to the Chair and Chief Executive, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01342 414511.
Best for patients:
We were judged by patients as one of the best hospitals in the country in the most recent national inpatient survey.
Low infection rates:
QVH has one of the lowest rates in the country for hospital acquired infections and scored 9.5 out of 10 for the cleanliness of wards in the most recent national inpatient survey.
Respecting your privacy:
QVH scored 9.8 out of 10 for being given enough privacy when being examined or treated in the most recent national inpatient survey.