JOB TITLE: Head of Organisational Development (OD) Programmes
DIRECTORATE: Workforce and Education
REPORTS TO: Deputy Director Workforce and Organisational Development
ACCOUNTABLE TO: Workforce and Education Director
LOCATION: Royal Preston Hospital
BAND: 8b NB: The Post holder may be required to work in other departments across the Trust including across Trust sites
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
As Head of Organisational Development (OD) Programmes has a dual role, with internally facing and externally facing responsibilities. Internally the post holder will lead and be responsible for the implementation of strategic aims within their portfolio delivering a tangible difference to Trust performance. The post holder will be responsible for ensuring the delivery of the engagement, recognition and retention plans so that our workforce have a positive experience of work, feel engaged with their team and our vision, want to go the extra mile and want to build their future with us. They will lead and manage engagement, recognition and retention interventions. This will include scoping, designing, implementing and evaluating the impact of interventions. This role will provide specialist expertise to senior colleagues and executive directors with regards to the development of colleague engagement plans, approaches to improving staff satisfaction, improving retention, recognition as well as taking a wider OD approach to supporting the achievement of corporate aims. The second aspect of this role is high profile and externally focussed, with the post holder leading the national roll out of our in house team engagement tool called TED Tool. The Head of OD Programmes will ensure the smooth roll out of the tool, will proactively engage with client organisations, grow our brand, further commercialise our offer and make a national difference to levels of team engagement within the healthcare sector and potentially beyond.
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