Inverclyde Health and Social Care Partnership
Post Title: Head of Finance, Planning and Resources
NHS: Agenda for Change Band 8D, salary range: £86,611 - £90,532 per annum
Council: CO4 - £85,759 per annum
Hours: Full time (37.5 hours NHS/37 hours Council)
Relocation Package where appropriate
We are justifiably proud of Inverclyde's Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) whose reputation for excellence is well known and longstanding. The HSCP is an established innovative partnership, responsible for delivering all primary care, local community health and social care services to Inverclyde's people in an integrated way. The HSCP is a full partnership between NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and Inverclyde Council.
Our vision for health and social care integration is to deliver better outcomes for the people of Inverclyde through services that are planned and delivered seamlessly from the perspective of the patient, service user and carer.
The post holder has corporate responsibility for financial and strategic planning. They will undertake the statutory role of Section 95 Chief Finance Officer for the IJB. The post holder is the Accountable Officer for financial management and administration of the IJB. Leading role of the development of financial governance, control, compliance and operational management of financial risk and delivering a comprehensive financial management system for the HSCP.
The Head of Finance, Planning and Resources will develop and implement the financial strategy, governance arrangements, management of risk and reporting financial frameworks. Establishing procedures in conjunction with Health Board Accountable Officer and Local Authority Section 95 Officer to ensure all applicable Standing Order and Financial Administrations. They will have responsibility for year-end audit processes with both internal and external auditors ensuring 'sign off' of final accounts.
The post holder will ensure appropriate planning processes are in place across the HSCP and that strategic plans are developed and implemented. The post holder is required to contribute to associated commissioning and workforce plans and will be required to deliver the performance framework and, working with other Heads of Services, will lead on the redesign of service, monitor and reporting on progress.
You will be a confident and motivated individual educated to degree level in a Professional Accountancy degree (or ability to demonstrate significant level of equivalent and relevant experience), be able to evidence continued professional development and a member of a relevant professional body (CCAB, CIMA).
We are seeking to appoint an engaging and inspiring leader who can demonstrate leadership that promotes a culture of honesty, integrity and compassion with the ability to inspire trust and motivate others and who will bring experience of applying strategic planning and ability to understand issues and consequences of managing risks whilst proposing and actively supporting the development of redesign of services.
If you are inspired by the challenges this opportunity presents and believe you have the relevant skills, experience and qualities we are seeking, we look forward to receiving your application which will be given careful consideration.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde encourages applications from all sections of the community. We promote a culture of inclusion across the organisation and are proud of the diverse workforce we have.
To access the Job Description please refer to the Candidate Information Pack for this post.
If you would like to find out more about this post before applying, you can contact for a confidential discussion:
Louise Long, Chief Officer, Inverclyde Health and Social Care Partnership on 01475 712722 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For a Candidate Information Pack and further application information, please visit https://apply.jobs.scot.nhs.uk and follow the link to NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, look under Senior Managers - Job Reference No: 49777
Closing date for returning applications: Noon, Friday 30th April 2021