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Director - IGH, Care System Redesign

Date: Oct 20, 2021

Location: London, United Kingdom

Company: KPMG UK

As a Director in our growing IGH practice, you will play a lead role in work across government and healthcare but have a primary focus on the origination of work for clients related to health and care system redesign (including the development and implementation of transformation strategy that drives care integration and citizen-centric services). You will also lead the design and delivery of a range of projects and large-scale programmes of work.

You will be working with clients from a broad spectrum of organisations, including the NHS and care sector organisations, regulators in health, care, education, and government departments.

Joining our industry leading IGH practice will expose you to work on a range of high-profile assignments helping organisations, politicians, policy makers and civic leaders address their most challenging issues.

You will benefit from working with and alongside specialists from a number of disciplines and experts from our Global Centres of Excellence. Given our position as one of the leading advisors to the NHS, social care, education providers and local and central government we are frequently approached to support the most complex and high-profile programmes of work. Examples of this include our work with NHS England/Improvement, NHS Scotland, the Department of Health and Social Care, the Care Quality Commission, Nursing and Midwifery Council, General Medical Council, Health Education England and the NHS Leadership Academy,

The diversity of work, project opportunities, calibre of people you will work with and formal learning opportunities will undoubtedly help accelerate your career – irrespective of whether you stay for three years or the rest of your career.
Successful candidates will work collaboratively with KPMG colleagues and clients to:

- Identify options and solutions to address complex client issues and challenges
- Perform a client delivery focused role which typically involves review of policy and regulatory issues, assessment of client need, development of appropriate solutions and communication and engagement with stakeholders and senior team members.
- Develop new and existing client relationships by demonstrating insight and understanding of the challenges facing clients.
- Lead and develop insightful proposals and propositions, which demonstrate KPMG’s market leading position.
- Win and lead client engagements which are commercially viable.
- Develop networks across KPMG’s IGH team whilst also ensuring knowledge of wider firm services which can be used to add value for our clients on engagements.
- Lead teams day-today to produce compelling analysis, presentations, reports and other deliverables that are well drafted and concise, whilst also addressing complex, politically-sensitive issues.
- Design, plan and facilitate events, workshops and interactive sessions to support our clients.
- Proactively maintain project oversight, including financial and project risk management.
- Proactively manage and provide guidance and people leadership to the wider team.
- Liaise regularly with the firm’s healthcare, education, and wider regulation teams.
- You will be a talented and ambitious senior management consultant with experience of originating and delivering consulting services in the healthcare sector OR an experienced leader/senior official from the healthcare sector, whether this be at national, regional or local NHS levels in a strategic or operational role.
- You will have the credibility and experience to lead KPMG and client teams to appraise, plan and deliver complex programmes of work.
- You will have a good understanding of the health and care policy agenda and demonstrate a strong desire to support clients in these areas. This specifically includes an in depth understanding of the NHS integrated care system agenda, and integration of services across the health and social care sectors
- You will understand the political environment and be experienced in considering the reputational and commercial aspects of our work
- You will understand the changing nature of work and how this will shape the health and care workforce of the future
- You will have significant people and performance management experience, including experience of coaching or managing a wide range of staff.
- You will be experienced and comfortable presenting findings and analysis to boards and governing bodies of our clients and preparing papers and reports.
- Ideally, you will have a keen interest in areas such as digitally led care system redesign and strategy, system wide approaches to developing new models of care, an understanding of global best practice in healthcare reform, and the role of health and care providers as anchor institutions

The qualification for this role is not prescriptive. You will have considerable relevant experience and will need to demonstrate:
- Track record of originating and delivering high value healthcare orientated consultancy services, OR experience of developing and leading large-scale healthcare transformation programmes of work
- Access to a broad, relevant network of health and care related stakeholders where you are considered to be a trusted advisor
- Ability to thrive in a fast-paced working environment including taking initiative in ambiguous and fluid situations
- Experience of leading programmes and large-scale projects
- Proficient in the use of a range of IT applications.
- Hold Security Clearance or be able to obtain clearance when you join us

You are likely to meet the skills and experience required for this role if you have consultancy experience or if you have experience of working at a senior level in a regulatory or policy environment or in a Government body or equivalent.

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