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Group Business Change Manager

Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust
£50,952 to £57,349 a year per annum
Closing date
1 Jun 2023

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Other Health Profession
Band 8A
Full Time
Job summary

A brand new acute hospital, alongside transformed clinical services to provide the best care for patients and our communities - that is what is driving Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust. To ensure the Midland Metropolitan University Hospital [MMUH], that will open in Spring 2024 is a success, we are building a high quality team, dedicated to the new hospital programme. This is a once in a career opportunity to play a significant role transforming clinical pathways, building a legacy of regeneration and creating #morethanahospital.

We are currently recruiting for a team of Band 8a Clinical Group Business Change Manager to join our existing team of motivated and innovative staff within the Group at Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust. The post holder will work within the Clinical groups leading on clinical and operational projects, focusing on the implementation of new clinical services into the MMUH.

You must have current/recent experience in managing significant projects in a large complex acute health care environment with evidence of delivering quality and safety improvement and ensuring there is a strong governance framework supporting safe clinical practice.

As well as having the relevant experience you must be resilient, with a strong work ethic and the ability to build effective working relationships with multidisciplinary clinical colleagues.

If you think that you are ready for this exciting and challenging role, we want to hear from you.

Main duties of the job

  • Support delivery of an efficient and effective workforce.
  • Demand and capacity planning is accurate and informs service design.
  • Optimisation of services and achievement of best practice standards.
  • Support performance delivery against national and local targets/key performance indicators/outcome measures.
  • Leading/facilitating service redesign activities.
  • Providing coaching to enable service redesign knowledge transfer for operational managers/speciality leads in the Clinical Group alongside the development of a continuous improvement culture.
  • Developing a programme management approach to visually support progress and change.
  • Aligning projects with other corporate teams to prevent duplication and repetition.
  • The post holder will represent the Group Director of Operations to feedback on strategic projects when required.

About us

We understand that work is only one part of life. We are committed to helping colleagues achieve the best possible work/ life balance. We are proud to offer supportive, inclusive and family friendly employment and flexible working policies. We have a wide range of professional services and employee networks to help our colleagues be at their best and find support if they need it.

This is a very unique opportunity to support the programme of work to lead our Clinical Group changes in to the new Midland Metropolitan University Hospital.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Please see the attached Job Description and Person Specification for full details on what this role entails.

Person Specification



  • Educated to masters level or equivalent experience
  • Professional/Clinical qualification (e.g. RGN, Allied Health Professional)
  • Demonstrable expertise in the tools and techniques of service redesign and development
  • Computer literate and competent in the use of excel, word, power point and databases


  • Project Management e.g. Prince 2



  • Senior management experience of clinical services
  • Experience of partnership working with statutory agencies
  • Multi-professional working
  • Project management


  • Strategic experience
  • Experience of working with service users and public

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