Group Director, Adults, Health, and Integration
Up to £160,000
This year has seen all our certainties overturned, but Hackney’s vision is still clear: to make the borough a Place for Everyone and a fairer, safer and more sustainable borough. We are determined that out of this uniquely challenging set of circumstances, we will rebuild a better Hackney than the one we saw at the start of 2020. We are looking for exceptional individuals with creativity and vision, with a track record in the strategic leadership of public services, who can share our passion and commitment for Hackney, and for building a fairer future for residents.
As our statutory DASS, you will ensure that Hackney delivers outstanding adult social care services. Your creativity and exceptional partnership working will help us tackle the huge resourcing challenges faced by the sector. You will also be accountable for Public Health and the deep rooted health inequalities that affect too many of our residents. You will lead the health integration agenda, working with leaders from across the health and social care system to make sure that Hackney is getting the very best from every pound spent on health and care in the borough. You will bring a track record in the strategic leadership of adult social care or health services and demonstrate a passion and commitment to our most vulnerable residents.
To make an application, please click on the apply now button below, with the following prepared:
- Your CV (no more than three sides).
- A supporting statement that sets out why you think this role is the right move for you and how you meet the Knowledge & Experience criteria.
6th November 2020
Preliminary interviews with Starfish Search
Week commencing 16th November 2020
Week commencing 23rd November
Stakeholder Engagement for shortlisted candidates
Week commencing 30th November 2020
Final Panel Interviews
Week commencing 7th December 2020
We are driven by recruiting the best and people to deliver for the diverse communities of Hackney. We particularly welcome applications from disabled people and black and minority ethnic people as our senior management is not representative of these groups and therefore the population we serve.