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Locations UK-Various locations throughout Scotland | UK-Shetland | UK-Lanarkshire
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(22/07/2022 08:01)
NHS Scotland Non-executive Whistleblowing Champion Board Member appointments to NHS Shetland and The State Hospitals Board for Scotland.   If you are looking for a challenging, rewarding and worthwhile opportunity, we would like to hear from you.  Applications are invited from a wide range of people who have an interest in public service and are committed to the NHS in Scotland.  Please pass on details of these opportunities to anyone else you think may be interested.   The Non-executive Whistleblowing Champions (NWC) will be a full non-executive member of the Board, but will have no operational role in any Board.   The aim of this role is to further promote a culture of openness and transparency in NHS Scotland.  A culture where all staff feel confident to raise any concerns they may have in the knowledge that they will be supported, receive fair treatment, suffer no detriment, and that their concerns will be properly investigated.  The NWC will contribute towards the promotion and delivery of a positive working culture within NHS Scotland.   The work undertaken by NHS Boards across the country provides the strategic framework to ensure that the management of our healthcare is more efficient, more accountable and more effective.  These Boards bring together key partners, who deliver our healthcare.  One of the main functions of these different bodies is to put government policies into practice in the best way possible.  These three Special NHS Boards support the territorial NHS Boards by providing a range of important specialist and national services. This is an exciting time to join an NHS Board.  The publication of the Scottish Government’s Health and Social Care Delivery Plan set out a programme to further enhance health and social care services; working so the people of Scotland can live longer, healthier lives at home or in a homely setting.   As a non-executive member of a Board, you will also have a key role in supporting the delivery of the organisation’s strategic direction in addition to contributing to scrutinising performance, and discharging governance and accountability functions.  You may also be required to participate on a Health and Social Care Partnership Board.  This role is as challenging as it is rewarding – and you will be offered the training you’ll need to make a strong contribution. 
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GBP £8,176.00/Per Annum
Time Commitment
8 hours per week
Public Body
NHS Boards
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(25/07/2022 12:28)
Are you looking for a role in a new, independent and trauma-informed public body which treats survivors of historical child abuse with respect, dignity and compassion?   For decades, some children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them.  Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failings and has established Scotland’s Redress Scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care, which is delivered jointly by the Scottish Government and Redress Scotland.   Redress Scotland’s main purpose is to make independent decisions on applications for redress, made by applicants who are either survivors or next of kin of survivors who were abused as a child whilst in relevant care settings.   We are now looking to appoint up to four Non-Executive Members to the Redress Scotland Oversight Board, with up to two members, who have the relevant skills and experience in finance and governance, to also serve on the Audit, Risk and Assurance Committee.   This is an opportunity to contribute to a national collective endeavour where successful applicants will support Redress Scotland to deliver its strategic aims and objectives in accordance with the priorities set out by the Scottish Government.  
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