Organisation name
Royal College of Nursing
Salary
£66,144 plus London weighting of £4,227 per annum
Closing date
Sun 28 Jul 2019 - 23:59
Job location
Central London
Interview date
09 Aug 2019
Hours
Full time
About this Role

The role: As the Head of the Business Unit, you’ll be responsible for the overall management and contract delivery of business support services to enable cost effect and efficient services to be delivered. You’ll identify and implement effective strategies to facilitate the development of new business opportunities as well as managing the core business functions of the Nursing, Policy & Practice Directorate. You will be part of the leadership and management team within the Nursing Department, and have oversight of programmes of work to achieve positive change for the nursing community and those who they care for.

You will have a strong track record in developing and delivering business services to meet business need as well as building operational plans to support corporate strategic direction to deliver these plans through effective programme and project management approaches within the Directorate. You will understand how to manage competing priorities effectively as well as how to motivate and organise people to achieve timely delivery of objectives, within your direct team and more widely.

As the Head of the Business Unit, you’ll be involved in coordinating vital business processes of the Directorate, as well as working with your team to support and design programme and projects, helping to general new income opportunities.

The person: To join us you’ll need to be experienced of developing systems and procedures that enable clarity and freedom for staff in design and delivery of high quality work within good governance. You’ll need to have creative problem solving skills and the ability to make good judgments. You’ll also need to have significant experience of managing teams, and a thorough understanding of business and business support functions. 

Further information

For more information or for an informal discussion please contact Bronagh Scott, Executive Director of Nursing, Policy and Practice on 0207 647 3895.