NHS Resolution is growing its Policy and Strategy function. This will ensure that we are able to leverage our unique expertise to empower solutions across the health and justice systems and maximise the organisation’s impact in delivering fair resolution and learning from harm.
The Policy and Strategy Manager will play a key role in this work by:
Supporting work to ensure that the organisation’s strategic vision, aims and objectives remain relevant and up to date;
Leading the work on the development and delivery of specific policy initiatives;
Helping to establish credibility and collaborative working internally and externally;
Helping to build the capacity and capability of policy and strategy work across the organisation; and
Providing/supporting corporate leadership.
The successful candidate will:
Have line management experience and be able to support the development of a new team
Have an excellent track record in policy analysis and development, and strong project management skills
Have experience of policy delivery and demonstrate the ability to work with stakeholders at all levels.
Be able to communicate diplomatically in person as well as in writing.
To attract the right candidate, we are happy to consider flexible working/location arrangements and secondments.
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If you would like to discuss this role in confidence, please contact David Gurusinghe, Special Projects Executive (David.Gurusinghe@resolution.nhs.uk, 0207 811 2719) or Laura Yearsley, Deputy Director of Policy and Strategy (Laura.Yearsley@resolution.nhs.uk, 07917 050931).
Please ensure that you read the job description and that you address each of the requirements of the post in the person specification in your supporting statement as your application will be assessed against these criteria. Please note that we do not accept CV’s; therefore your application must be via the NHS Jobs online application form.
An assessment centre and interviews will be held on 27 September 2019 at the NHS Resolution London offices to assess candidates’ knowledge, skills and potential. The selection process may be used to further short list applicants. There may be a second interview process for the role.
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Benefits include access to the NHS Pension scheme, a minimum of 27 days Annual Leave, and a variety of flexible working options.
We do not pay or reimburse expenses for attending interviews.
Your referees should usually be the Human Resources Department or equivalent of your current and most recent employers, rather than a line manager. Please include an email address in your application for your referees,
The closing date for applications for this post is 11:59pm on Sunday 15th September 2019