Head of Region, Nationwide, Competitive salary Package!
Our Client is the market leader within their product category with a high performing team they continue to post positive growth results. Due to internal progression and change they are looking to appoint a Regional Director to lead a team of Area Managers and a large portfolio of stores. Ideally, you will be based in the Midlands (Birmingham area), but due to the scope of the role, our Client will be looking outside the box to bring the best talent!
Our Client actively supports VALUES and CUSTOMERS and you will have genuine autonomy to make your own decisions on marketing, finance and people management. You will work challenging, yes, but fun environment where colleagues have had varied and interesting careers and as such can bring true value to you!
As the Regional Director, you will be making difference to hundreds of people in your Region, making them feel that you CARE and SUPPORT them.
So what does the role involve?
As Regional Director/Head of Region, you will be accountable for the operational excellence and financial performance of a group of Healthcare branches across the region. You will also:
What qualities will you need for this role?
You will have a proven track record in a Regional Director level position - experience of managing Area Managers and/or Head of Central Operations within a successful Healthcare Retailer is essential.
With an inspirational leadership style, you will be a strong communicator and a skilled people manager and be adept at succession planning and performance management.
What my Client will give you:
They will provide personal development for you to broaden your skills and experience and grow with us.
They will give you more freedom and autonomy in order to get your creativity flowing.
They will offer flexibility for you to successfully initiate, plan and monitor your week.
If what you just read fits your values and willingness to get on a new challenge please get in touch!
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