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HR Director

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Executives / VSM: Executives / VSM
Full Time 37.5 Hours per week
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£90,900 - £113,625 per annum
27/02/2018 23:59

The NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) is the main processing facility and centre of excellence for payment, reimbursement, remuneration and reconciliation for NHS Dental Practitioners, Pharmacists, NHS Pensions and other affiliated parties.

The future NHS Supply Chain: The Intelligent Client Coordinator (ICC)

The new managing office of the future NHS Supply Chain, the Intelligent Client Coordinator (ICC), is designed to manage a world-class procurement and logistics service to purchase and deliver c£4.5bn of products per annum to the NHS.

The ICC will be responsible for delivering improved quality, services and value for the NHS driving the best possible deals for clinically assured products to achieve annual savings of c£615m from 2022/23 onwards. This will be achieved by reducing product and pricing variation and ensuring that the NHS needs and objectives are at the forefront of the new supply chain model.

The ICC is a public sector organisation with a commercial mind-set. It shares the aims and values of the NHS and supports these by generating savings that can be redirected into front-line services and care.

Summary of the Director of Human Resources Role

Reporting to the Chief Executive, and serving as a member of the Executive Leadership Team, the Director of HR will be responsible for directing the ICC’s People Strategy, ensuring it is aligned to and able to contribute to the business-wide organisational strategy.  Elements of this will include talent management, organisational transformation and employee engagement.  They will also be responsible for leading the HR function, which will include managing outsourced service providers as necessary.

The new Director of HR will be an accomplished HR professional and will need to have exceptional leadership, coaching, stakeholder management and influencing skills to deliver the ambition of the ICC.


The role is either London or Nottingham based and will require frequent travel to both sites.

A full job and person specification is attached.

For more information on the ICC and the Future Operating Model of the NHS Supply chain please visit:

How to Apply:

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