Station Manager - Derbyshire (Secondment/Fixed-term)

East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust
£43,742 to £50,056 a year pa
Closing date
4 Jun 2023

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Other Health Profession
Band 7
Full Time
Job summary

As a Station Manager you will be responsible for establishing and embedding a supportive, motivational and compassionate leadership culture across the station based operational teams. This is a key leadership role in supporting EMAS to deliver its vision and values, for both North and South localities in Derbyshire.

Operationally the role will work across 7 days (8 hour rota) with a requirement to work out of hours and weekends to support operational delivery.

Main duties of the job

You will be responsible for the overall management and leadership of a defined station / group of stations. This will include the line management and supervision of the station-based team which may include Clinical staff, Administration staff, Vehicle Preparation Operatives and Domestic staff.

You will also be responsible for maintaining compliance with all relevant key quality and workforce requirements and accountable for a range of the Division's key performance indicators for a station / group of stations (across a balanced scorecard) working in conjunction with the Wider Divisional leadership and command teams.

You will also be accountable for the day to day implementation and monitoring of service delivery for your station or group of stations.

About us

At East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust, we are committed to delivering excellent patient care and exploring opportunities for continuous service delivery improvements. As part of our Reshaping Operations programme, a new role of Station Manager has been established and we are now looking to recruit experienced leaders. The role will be accountable to the divisional Head/s of Operations.

Job description

Job responsibilities

For a detailed description of the job and the main responsibilities, please see the attached job description document.

Person Specification



  • Management diploma or evidence of equivalent experience
  • Operational or Tactical Command qualification, or will complete within 18 months of commencement in role
  • Robust evidence of experience and understanding of the wider health care system management



  • Relevant and evidence of operational experience in managerial roles
  • Evidence of supervising and managing diverse teams of staff
  • Working under pressure, demonstrating significant resilience, confidence and selfbelief in challenging situations
  • Ability to meet challenging deadlines and manage conflicting priorities



  • Full Driving licence with no more than 3 points

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