City of London, London
£65933 - £75291 per annum
4 months ago
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy - Director of Corporate Services andInfrastructure
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) is the professional membership body in the UK for physiotherapists. They lead, promote and represent the profession by driving excellence in physiotherapy practice and employment, and in influencing healthcare policy across the whole UK. With 56,000 Chartered physiotherapists working across a wide range of industries including higher education and research, their members are facing unprecedented change: The CSP is at the forefront of this change, leading the move from "Good to Great".
The directorate of Corporate Services and Infrastructure is central to driving the next stage of this change programme. Essential to the modernisation of the CSP are the business systems and processes, how facilities and ICT are used, and the use of data. The post-holder will lead transformation through driving innovative practice modernising how things are done, enabling the Directorate to deliver the corporate strategy and plans, and transforming the business through customer-focused service, both internally to the organisation and externally to members.
You will be proactive, progressive and strategic with strong leadership skills and a Business qualification. You will have the ability to manage cultural change and business transformation, and will have experience leading a Corporate Services function in a complex organisation. However, more than functional expertise, we are looking for someone who understands leadership, who thinks innovatively and creatively and can take people with them. Your values will match those of the CSP and you will want to be part of something that ultimately changes peoples' lives - physiotherapy.
To request an information pack or to clarify any details, please contact Jamie Reynolds, Brigitte Stundner or Rob Hayter at TPP on: +44 (0) 207 198 6050 or email email@example.com. The closing date for applications is Monday 11th December at 9:00am.