Associate Non-Executive Director

Salary – £6,500 per annum

Term - Development opportunity for 12 months, with possibility of extension to 18 months.

Commitment required - average 2 days per month

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We are an award-winning provider of health and social care services in Hull, the East Riding and North Yorkshire, as well as specialist services for patients from the wider Yorkshire and parts of Lincolnshire.

Across our wide range of specialities and expertise we are connected through our commitment to one thing – delivering outstanding care. We never stop thinking about ways to make things better. We don’t just do things because that’s the way they’ve always been done. We’re open to change, trying new things and leading the way in innovation and transformation.

If this sounds something you would like to be part of, we have an exciting opportunity for two Associate Non-Executive Directors to join us in our commitment to deliver high quality, safe and sustainable patient care. This role offers an exceptional development opportunity to share your talents and expertise to make a positive difference to the lives of people served by us.

The Associate Non-Executive Director (ANED) role enjoys a vast range of opportunities for development and achievement of Board level skills. Although it is a non-voting role, you will have full sight of strategic decision making within the Trust, and the natural progression for an Associate Non-Executive Director role would be to progress to a Non-Executive Director role in the future. If a NED vacancy arises, interested Associate NED candidates would need to apply and compete in an open recruitment and selection process.

You will bring independence, external skills, and challenge to strategy development, support purposeful, constructive scrutiny and challenge, and help shape a healthy culture for the Trust.

We welcome applications from those living in or have strong connections with the areas where we provide services. You will need to live in a Constituency Area as defined by our Constitution and be able to demonstrate a genuine commitment to patients and the promotion of excellent health care services. 

Just as importantly, a personal interest and commitment in equality, diversity and inclusion is a priority for this role.

As they are under-represented in our non-executive roles, we particularly welcome approaches from women, those from Black, Ethnic and minority backgrounds, disabled people, or individuals from the LGBTQ+ community.