Designate Independent Non-Executive Members for North East London Integrated Care Board

North East London Integrated Care System

London

  • Location

    London

  • Job type

    Permanent

  • Sector

    Health

  • Salary/Remuneration

    £13,000 - £16,000 depending on no. of days

  • Job ref

    GSe83500.1

  • Expiry date

    30 March 2022

  • Client

    North East London Integrated Care System

Ref: GSe83500.1

The North East London Integrated Care Board (ICB) will be part of the North East London Health and Care Partnership (NEL HCP), the north east London integrated care system (ICS). This brings together NHS organisations, local authorities and community organisations to work in partnership with our local people to support them to live healthier, happier lives. 

We are exceedingly ambitious and actively draw on best practice locally and internationally. We are clear that we are moving beyond pure performance management to maximising value, and beyond our individual responsibilities to create a shared endeavour and mutual accountability for maximising benefit and opportunity for our residents.  We are committed to continuous improvement and innovation, meaningful co-production and resident participation and working together to provide better health and care outcomes for our growing population of over two million people.

Ahead of the ICB taking on statutory form in July 2022; and following the appointment of our Chair Designate and Chief Executive Designate, we are now seeking to appoint three individuals who will work with the designate chair as a designate non-executive member of the ICB to support the establishment of the system’s new statutory arrangements and bring independent oversight and constructive challenge to the priorities, plans and performance of the ICB executive team.  Collectively, those appointed will support the Integrated Board and Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) to discharge their responsibility and accountability to our residents whilst embodying and promoting the competencies set out within the nationally set ICB leadership Domain. This domain illustrates the key behaviours and competencies expected across our leadership:

  • Setting strategy and delivering long-term transformation
  • Building trusted relationships with partners and communities
  • Leading for social justice and health equality
  • Driving high quality, sustainable outcomes
  • Creating a compassionate and inclusive culture
  • Driving high quality, sustainable outcomes

The successful candidates will be key members of the NEL ICS ICB as well as its committees and will work collaboratively as a Board to shape the long-term, viable plan for the delivery of the functions, duties and objectives of the ICB.  Able to operate beyond traditional organisational boundaries, drive forward the vision of integration, collaboration and system-working and forge productive relationships across local health, social care and voluntary partners, the appointed individuals will ultimately ensure the delivery of NEL-wide improvement to health and care through provider collaboratives and place-based partnerships.

Chair – Audit and Risk Committee

We are seeking a financially qualified individual who brings recent, relevant financial leadership experience gained at board level within a large and complex organisation.

Chair – Remuneration and Workforce Committee

We are seeking a compassionate, values driven leader with a proven track record of leading workforce development or organisational and cultural change within complex people focussed environments. 

Lead for Quality and Performance

We are seeking an individual able to bring to the Board expertise of quality improvement and performance processes which foster mutual accountability and positive outcomes, with resident, service user and patient participation core to the approach

At the heart of all the roles will be a shared commitment to, and responsibility for, meaningful participation with residents and partners, a passion for equality and addressing health inequalities; and ensuring that system collaboration underpins continuous improvements within population health, and within the delivery and integration of health and care services. We are particularly interested in hearing from those individuals able to evidence a range of professional expertise as well as community understanding and experience to the work of the Board. In particular, we are interested in lived experience and personal motivations that will add valuable personal insights such as: being a patient, carer or service user; experience of gender and women’s issues; engaging with diverse social, economic and cultural groups and communities; experiences and challenges of younger people; and those with lived experience of mental health issues and/or living with physical chronic conditions or disability.

For further information and a confidential discussion, please contact melanie.shearer@gatenbysanderson.com (07785 616548) or carmel.bell@gatenbysanderson.com (07917 826639).

Recruitment Timetable


Closing date
09:00 Wednesday 30th March 2022


Preliminary interviews with GatenbySanderson
w/c 11th April 2022


Stakeholder Sessions & Panel Interviews
w/c 25th April 2022


How to Apply

To apply for this position, please visit: www.ics-ned-recruitment.com 

Documents

  1. Fit_and_Proper_Person_Declaration - Non Exec.docx