Theatre Manager (Oxford)


  • Company:
    Nuffield Health
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / Month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    3 weeks ago
  • Category:
    Art / Media / Design

Oxford
Oxfordshire
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Senior and Executive Leadership
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Salary: Competitive + Fantastic Benefits
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Permanent (Full Time) |
22403BR
We are seeking a dynamic, innovative and highly motivated Theatre Manager to manage, lead and inspire the Theatre department at Nuffield Health The Manor Hospital, Oxford including relationship building with key stakeholders such as Consultants, a wide range of healthcare professionals, Reps and patients.
As Theatre Manager, you will be operationally responsible for the Theatre teams, be expected to actively contribute to service development, policies and strategies and identifying opportunities. By working Clinically you will be able to support, individuals and the teams in the delivery of high quality, clinically effective patient care through assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Working collaboratively alongside the Consultants, youll ensure the best possible treatment and care for our patients. The role reports to Matron and works closely with the Hospital Senior Management Team.
You will be fully accountable for the management of the department including leading, motivating and supervising a multidisciplinary team of qualified and support staff, undertaking human resource management, resource management, business management, budget management, business planning and development, audits and clinical governance, infection prevention, health and safety, plus risk analysis.
Your role will be key in supporting the Senior Management Team with the development and implementation of the Theatre department.
Nuffield Heath is Britains largest and most pioneering healthcare charity, integrating fitness and well-being, prevention and cure. Weve brought together our hospitals, clinics, fitness & wellbeing centres as well as our diagnostic units into one holistic healthcare service provided from over 200 locations. A not-for-profit organisation, we reinvest every penny we make into helping the people of Britain to lead healthier, happier lives. In todays healthcare market, were in an enviably strong position.
Registered with a relevant governing body, your specialist training should include a nursing/practitioner qualification and/or postgraduate short courses, in addition to impressive working experience at a senior level in a clinical setting and the skills and knowledge to support this. Ideally, your wide ranging skills also comprise teaching and assessment, as well as ILS/ALS. If you have a professional management qualification, this is an advantage.
You will be confident in establishing credibility and building effective working relationships amongst key stakeholders and have the ability to negotiate with and influence others as you manage, motivate, support, develop and lead the department.
You will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a good level of IT literacy. High attention to detail, the ability to work to tight deadlines and manage multiple tasks is essential. You will also possess strong managerial and leadership skills.
Your experience will enable you to respond to the challenges of this position and you will be joining a well-respected hospital. If you are looking to further your experience in a dynamic and innovative business, youll find plenty of opportunity in this role.