Joint Executive Director, Public Services Reform

Expiring today

Location
Surrey
Salary
Competitive
Posted
05 Feb 2021
Closes
01 Mar 2021
Ref
AYYUA
Job role
Director
Contract Type
Full time

By 2030 we want Surrey to be a uniquely special place where everyone has a great start to life, people live healthy and fulfilling lives, are enabled to achieve their full potential and contribute to their community, and no one is left behind. Our ability to achieve this will be determined by partners across local government and the wider public sector, the NHS and other healthcare providers, local businesses and many others working together in a collaborative way to support the people of Surrey.

Surrey County Council & Surrey Heartlands ICS are now looking to appoint an ambitious, dynamic Joint Executive Director, Public Services Reform to develop future models of public services that transform people’s lives and realise this vision. Managing a broad portfolio covering public health, population health management, reducing health inequalities, and business intelligence and analytics, this individual will work across sectors with a range of organisations to develop innovative approaches ultimately improving quality of life for residents of Surrey.

The successful candidate will be an excellent thinker able to provide innovative solutions, with highly developed relationship building skills and ability to foster joint working across service and organisational boundaries. With senior-level experience leading functions or services in a large, complex organisation, they will have knowledge of the key areas relevant to the role and how they interface, and an ability to provide visible leadership while driving complex, cross-organisational change.

Saxton Bampfylde Ltd is acting as an employment agency advisor on this appointment. 

For further information about the role, including details about how to apply, please visit www.saxbam.com/appointments using reference AYYUA. 

Alternatively telephone +44 (0)20 7227 0880 (during office hours). 

Applications should be received by noon on Monday 1 March 2021.