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Leadership vacancies in the NHS infographics

Our infographics highlight some key facts and figures around leadership vacancies in the NHS and some of the difficulties NHS organisations face in recruiting and retaining people for executive positions.

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Leadership vacancies in the NHS infographics

  1. 1. Leadership vacancies in the NHS
  2. 2. A third of NHS trusts have at least one board-level position that is not permanently filled.
  3. 3. On average, nursing director posts remain vacant for 9.1 months – the longest time of any board position. This is longer than vacancies for finance directors (5.2 months) and operations directors (7.4 months). 9.1 months Nursing directors 5.2 months Finance directors 7.4 months Operations directors 0 1 2 3 4 Months post is vacant
  4. 4. CEO vacancies across all trusts CEO vacancies across trusts in special measures Trusts in special measures find it particularly difficult to recruit and retain senior executives. 17% of trusts in special measures do not have a permanent CEO, which is two and a half times higher than across all trusts.
  5. 5. REJECTED APPLICATION SHORT LIST APPLICATION There are issues finding suitable candidates for some roles. In almost 40% of recruitment rounds for medical director roles, there is only one candidate who is suitable for interview.
  6. 6. About 77% of the NHS workforce are women, but women are under-represented in senior roles. Women hold 40% of NHS board positions. Women working in the NHS Women in NHS board positions
  7. 7. CEO 10 YEARS On average, NHS trust CEOs spend just over two and a half years in post. Our research suggests that long-term stable leadership is an important factor in creating cultures of good-quality care. Organisational stability Improvement methodology High– performing organisation Investment in leadership and quality improvement Leadership continuity Clear goals and measurement