An exciting opportunity has arisen, supporting a large NHS organisation as a Project Manager – CCG Transition and Close Down.
The post will be based in the North West, with some on-site and some remote working, on an interim basis for 6 months. This will be at a Band 8a via an Umbrella, as the role is within IR35 scope.
The post holder will deliver the project management of the Transition and Closedown Programme which is a multi-work stream organisation wide programme. There are 9 main workstreams and some projects within which are cross cutting impacting on all departments across the organisation.Main Responsibilities:
A successful candidate will have:
- Effectively manage and successfully deliver the programme in partnership with senior leads and colleagues in locality, in response to key challenges and priorities;
- Hold direct responsibility for the successful project management of all elements, ensuring deadlines and objectives are met to specified levels of time, budget, and quality;
- Work with the Programme Director and support the workstream leads and departments to manage all project documentation (in a manner consistent with a recognised project methodology), including management of effective record keeping and version control of project documentation;
- Establish the workstreams (define scope of project workstreams and produce key documents for the workstream areas, including producing project plans, action, risks, and issues logs as appropriate);
- Ensure interdependencies between work streams are flushed out and clearly understood and identified by each workstream so plans, risks and timelines recognise the interdependencies;
- Co-ordination and management of the programme board strategic risk register and the operational workstream risks logs ensuring these are regularly reviewed and mitigation actions are undertaken – providing risk monitoring, updating, and reporting progress against these;
- Develop and maintain effective relationships with senior colleagues and produce high quality, timely reports, and briefings, pulling together complex information from numerous sources;
- As required, develop, and facilitate effective relevant forums and networks involving all stakeholders, ensuring clear and effective channels of communication;
- Take a proactive approach to problem solving and solution focus;
- Utilise a hands-on approach to support the workstream leads and Programme Director when needed;
- Through personal example, open commitment and clear action, ensure diversity is positively valued, resulting in equal access and treatment in employment, service delivery and communications.
- The ability to communicate well, and co-ordinate a wide range of collaborative, trusting, effective partnerships;
- A demonstrated commitment to service improvement and commitment to improve the health & wellbeing of the local population.
For further information on this role please contact Donna Larder on 0161 241 9674 and send a copy of your CV to email@example.com