The UK’s largest health authority is looking for up to five new members to join its board.
Anyone who is interested in a challenging and rewarding role which will have a lasting impact on the delivery of health care to the people served by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is being invited to apply.
An NHSGGC spokesperson said the board would particularly welcome applications from groups currently under-represented on Scotland’s public bodies, such as women, disabled people and people aged under 50.
Andrew Robertson Chairman of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said: “Non-executive members of the board play a central role in guiding the strategies which tackle the health priorities and health care needs of the people of Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
“I hope that we attract a rich variety of candidates who can bring breadth and diversity to the board and I would encourage anyone who is interested to find out more from the dedicated website.”
An application pack and full details on these and other public appointments can be found on the dedicated public appointments website: www.appointed-for-scotland.org
Completed applications must be received on or before Friday 11 April 2014.
Appointments to the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS Board are regulated by the Public Appointments Commissioner for Scotland