General Manager Uk Visa Sponsorship Available

May 29, 2024
£59.0 - £68.5 / year

Job Description




People say that University Hospitals Birmingham (UHB) is a great place to work because they are known for being compassionate and kind to patients. We were recently given the contract to provide sexual health services for Birmingham and Solihull again as a Trust.

We are known for being able to meet the needs of a young, diverse community. With a focus on more integrated sexual health services, we will continue to provide a network for people in Birmingham and Solihull.

Sexual health service is a leader in its field because it was the first to offer online testing and work with pharmacies to provide sexual health services. It is also one of the few services that does all of its own online testing, so patients have a smooth experience whether they do their testing online or in person. To stay at the top of our field, we want to keep coming up with new ideas. Health promotion and prevention, along with birth control, will be given top attention in this highly valued service. STI testing and treatment will also be available.

Since a respected coworker retired, we can now start the process of hiring a new General Manager for this important business.

As General Manager, you will be in charge of leading change within the service. For example, you will be in charge of making it easier for people to get services by changing our digital and online platforms.


Most important jobs, tasks, and skills needed

The person who gets this job will handle and lead the services that have been given to them along with the Associate Director of Operations, the Clinical Service Lead, and the Clinical Delivery Group Management Team. The person who gets this job will be in charge of making sure that the Umbrella Services meet their performance goals within the limits of the resources they have access to. They will be in charge of patient-centered operational and strategic business planning and guidance.

This job is in charge of planning, launching, and designing services for the Umbrella Service in order to bring about change. The Umbrella General Manager is in charge of building and improving Umbrella’s partnerships with outside stakeholders. They do this by managing relationships through influence and making sure that key organisations are involved with the service at the right levels to achieve important public health goals.

About us

People in the UK know us as one of the best NHS Foundation Trusts. We want to “Build Healthier Lives,” and we know that to do that, we need great employees.

Being committed to our staff means making the workplace the best it can be. We are committed to:

Putting money into our employees’ health and happiness, including a promise to offer flexible work options when we can;
Give our employees a lot of different training and growth options to help them reach their personal and professional goals.

UHB wants to make sure that all of our employees are treated fairly and feel like they fit by making the workplace friendly and open to everyone. This is about equal opportunities for everyone; getting rid of all obstacles, including discrimination, so that every staff member can reach their full potential, meet their goals, and do well at work. It’s not just words. There are steps being taken. We are committed to a culture where everyone feels welcome. This is reflected in our busy and diverse staff networks and the Fairness Taskforce, which is led by our CEO at the Board level. We work to create a culture where employees feel free to speak out against discrimination and where everyone feels welcome to bring their “whole self” to work, making it a better, more connected, and braver place to be.

It is not allowed to smoke at University Hospitals Birmingham.

What the job is

*Please Note: Please see the linked Job Description for a full job description for this opening*

Details about the person

Required Skills


For GCSE or O Level, you need at least a Grade C in English and Maths.

educated to at least a bachelor’s degree level (E)

Postgraduate degree or experience that is comparable (E)

Have fun!


Very good experience as a top manager and leader in a healthcare setting, with enough experience to match the difficulty and size of the new job.

Knowledge and experience of making big changes to patient services that lead to real and long-lasting benefits.

Experience making and keeping partnerships with people who have a stake in the growth of services.

Learned how to use methods for measuring improvement and how measurements can be used to improve performance.

Ability to directly manage and provide strategic direction to a large group of specialised staff or multidisciplinary service teams in the bands 3 through 7.

Setting goals, personal development plans (PDPs), and performance reviews is a way to manage both individual and team success.

Knowledge of how to use recruitment tactics and help employees grow, such as by doing skill mix reviews and planning for the next generation of employees.

Check for Disclosure and Barring Service

This job is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975. Because of this, a Disclosure Application must be sent to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) so they can look for any past criminal charges.

Certificate of  Sponsorship

People looking for work in the UK who need current skilled worker support are welcome to apply, and theirs will be looked at along with all the other applications. Visit the UK Visas and Immigration page to find out more.

As of April 6, 2017, skilled workers who want to enter the UK had to show a criminal record certificate from every country they have lived in regularly or cumulatively for 12 months or more in the last 10 years. Adult dependents (over 18 years old) must also follow these rules.Here you can find help. Background checks on applicants from outside of Australia.

If you need help with your application, call:

Shena Webb