NRG, the North East headquartered recruitment company, have been chosen to partner with the NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) to recruit senior executives.
The NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) is a forward-thinking, innovative organisation with a wide portfolio of services and purpose to support a better NHS. It is passionate about making a difference in the wider healthcare system and having a positive impact on society as a whole, through driving change and influencing patients, customers, partners and other stakeholders.
The newly formed Leadership Team, led by Chief Executive, Alistair McDonald, operates a business model that will collaborate more with clients and reduce bureaucracy throughout the NHS to enable it to concentrate on providing excellent patient care.
With challenging targets, the organisation encourages an open and honest approach, which empowers individuals to make decisions and take responsibility.
The Chief Executive, Alistair McDonald is looking for two Executive Directors to share this vision and help lead the business into the future.
The Executive Search team at NRG are working with NHSBSA on their journey of change. Scot McHarg, Executive Managing Consultant is leading the search and selection for two strategic roles; Director of Strategy, Business Development and a Director of Finance & Commercial Services. Both posts will work closely with the new Leadership Team and Board, to help deliver strategic goals and ambitions of NHSBSA and secure their position as the delivery partner of choice for the NHS.
“We have an exciting future ahead of us and we are keen to find ambitious candidates who are like us, are passionate about making a difference,” comments Alistair McDonald, Chief Executive, NHSBSA.
With offices and processing centres around the UK, Newcastle upon Tyne is home to the NHSBSA’s Head Office and is proud to be attracting talent to work in the North East Region.
“The strength of our knowledge in the North east recruitment market and experience in working with highly legislative, regulated sectors was attractive to NHBSA. Our desire to develop a deep understanding of their business culture and ambitions was key. We’re excited to be working with such an influential business.” says Therese Liddle, CEO of NRG
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