Deputy Divisional Director – Cancer Services

  • Job Reference: 6870950
  • Date Posted: 14 August 2019
  • Recruiter: Venn Group Limited
  • Location: SE1 2QP
  • Salary: £80,713 to £93,464
  • Sector: Healthcare
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Duration: 12 months Fixed Term
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Fixed Term Contract Requirement

Deputy Divisional Director – Cancer Services

Venn Group’s client, a prestigious Healthcare organisation based in London is seeking a Deputy Divisional Director for Cancer Services to support the strategic and operational management of the Cancer Services Division. The Deputy Divisional Director will lead on financial and performance improvement initiatives as well as take a lead on project development and service improvement within the Division.

Rate: Band 8D (£80,713 - £93,464)
Length: 12 months
Location: London


  • Development and implementation of service provision, research and education programmes
  • Deliver pathways of care across the system and work with external partners to deliver improvements to cancer performance, early diagnosis and survivorship
  • Lead on the direction and development of networks and integrated systems of care for the Trust
  • Ensure that effective operational management arrangements are in place, ensuring:
    • Delivery of efficient and productive work processes and systems top meet/exceed local /national targets
    • Ensuring cohesive working practices within the division and in collaboration with the other Divisions of the Trust
    • Ensure business objectives are met, including those derived from local SLAs and Trust
  • Ensure Cancer Services can meet all national and local performance standards taking corrective action where necessary
  • Develop changes in clinical practice through the development of research and evidence based practice which compliments the Trust Business Strategy
  • Promote effective leadership by empowering individuals to take appropriate decisions and encourage team working
  • Agree capacity and efficiency plans and be responsible for delivering agreed activity levels to enhance performance
  • Contribute to the establishment and monitoring of internal and external standards to maintain, monitor and improve patient safety and quality of care
  • Contribute to the Trust’s transformation plans and efficiency targets
  • Responsibility for strategy and policy development related to Cancer Services including the implementation of legislative requirements and risk management arrangements
  • Plan specialist service bids and business cases in conjunction with multidisciplinary team and Finance and submit in line with the Trust/external requirements
  • Monitor income and expenditure across the Division. Identify causes of variance and ensure the timely reporting of significant issues

If you are interested in this position please send your updated CV to or call Michael Burnip on 020 7557 7667.