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Ex-NHS boss accepts new role as trust chairman


Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust has appointed Sir David Nicholson chairman. He replaces Richard Samuda, who is retiring having


completed three terms. Sir David’s career in NHS management has lasted


more than 30 years and has included various senior posts. He was NHS chief executive for seven years from 2006-2013 and then, following a major national restructure, became the first chief executive of the organisation now known as NHS England, from 2013- 2014.


‘I am very excited to be part of an organisation dedicated to improving health and tackling health inequalities’


Since his retirement from the NHS in 2014, he has


taken on a number of roles providing advice and guidance to governments and organisations on improving population health and healthcare. He said: “I am very excited to be part of an


organisation dedicated to improving health and tackling health inequalities and at the same time opening a fantastic hospital that will not only provide excellent healthcare facilities but will help regenerate the wider area.” Richard Samuda said: “I wish the Trust every


Sir David Nicholson: New chairman of Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust


success in the years ahead and am delighted that Sir David is taking the helm. “His experience, knowledge and passion for the


NHS and the people it serves will be a real asset to the Trust in moving forwards through recovery and restoration and the opportunities that the new hospital will bring.”


What jobseekers want has changed


Companies are being urged to re- think what they have got to offer to job candidates in the post- coronavirus world, according to recruitment specialist SF Recruitment. The Gas Street-based company


says the pandemic has changed employees’ priorities, with more candidates seeking flexible working practices. SF says the working environment has overtaken salary and career progression in terms of importance. This follows a report published


by Buffer and AngelList in February, which revealed that 98 per cent of 3,500 remote workers would like at least some time working remotely for the rest of their career. SF regional director Mike


Lattimer said: “The stakes have never been higher in the race to secure the best talent and, as such, the recruitment world has seen one if its biggest shifts in recent memory. “Organisations should be


prepared to discuss current market trends, like Brexit and Covid-19, as well as how they have adapted as a business over the last 12 months.”


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