NHS Fife is looking for three new non-executive members to join its Board.

Non-executive members of the NHS Fife Board play a central role in guiding the strategies which address the health priorities and health care needs of communities across the Kingdom.

Training is provided to enable all appointees to make a strong contribution.

For these positions applicants must be able to demonstrate one of the following priority criteria:

  • Clinical experience (ideally in a primary care setting)
  • Experience of finance, audit or risk
  • Experience of the challenges facing health and/or social care delivery within urban communities in Fife

Applicants will also be expected to demonstrate their commitment to NHS Scotland’s shared values of care and compassion; dignity and respect; openness, honesty and responsibility; and quality and teamwork.

The term of these appointments is up to four years with scope to extend this by up to a further four years. Successful applicants must be able to commit around 8 hours per week to the role.

Chair of the NHS Fife Board, Rt Hon Tricia Marwick, said:

“Non-executive directors of the NHS Fife Board play a vital role in shaping the way that healthcare services in the Kingdom are run.

“The Board should be representative of the people of Fife and we want to hear from anyone who has experience of the challenges facing health and social care delivery within Fife’s communities.

“If you believe you have the skills and you have the necessary drive, enthusiasm and commitment, then we would very much welcome your application.”

The closing date for these positions is Wednesday 23 June 2021 at midday.



Notes to Editors:

Appointments to the NHS Fife Board are made by the Scottish Ministers. For more information on appointments to public bodies in Scotland, visit: https://www.gov.scot/publications/about-public-appointments/