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NHS trust non-executive director sought

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LPFT) is looking for a non-executive director to help shape its mental health and learning disability services for the future.

The successful candidate will have a genuine commitment to improving patient care. They will be jointly responsible for setting the Trust's objectives and scrutinising its performance over the next three years.

NHS foundation trust non-executive directors serve a term of three years and can only serve a maximum of six years ensuring regular refreshing, independent challenge and new ideas. The new non-executive director will start their appointment around August 2018.

LPFT Chair, Paul Devlin said: "We are seeking an individual to bring support and constructive challenge, and help lead the strategic direction of the Trust.

"Being a non-executive director is demanding, but very rewarding. You have the chance to join a highly-capable board that prides itself on keeping patients at the heart of its decisions."

The Trust will particularly welcome applications from people with disabilities; from black, asian and minority ethnic backgrounds and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) people in order to help it better understand and serve its local communities.

Anyone interested in applying can download an information pack via the Trust website by visiting or call 01522 309196.

The closing date for applications is noon on Wednesday, January 10.