The Integrated Neighbourhood Project Manager will provide transformation support and project management for the Integrated Neighbourhoods programme of work. This is a key priority for the Integrated Care System and is being delivered via the North and South Place-Based Partnerships.
The post holder will support the development and delivery of the Integrated Neighbourhood, which will have a Primary Care Network (PCN) at its core. This will include working closely with stakeholders with engagement events and bringing all partners who work with the identified community together.
The Integrated Neighbourhood Project Manager will work closely with the GP Clinical Lead and clinical teams to review their population health data and will support public engagement to determine how the local population want their health and care services to improve. The role will be responsible for supporting the service redesign and delivery of specific projects within the Integrated Neighbourhood, coordinating activities to facilitate the successful delivery of the personalised objectives.
In addition to supporting a specific Integrated Neighbourhood within a locality the post will support the delivery of the integrated working improvement projects which have been developed by each Place. This programme of work aims to make operational changes to improve cross-organisation working and remove the barriers to integration.Main duties of the jobKey Responsibilities
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- Positive relationship building within the Integrated Neighbourhood(s).
- Project lead for specified Integrated Neighbourhood(s) within one of the Locality areas in the North Place.
- Project management support to the Integrated Neighbourhood to enable delivery of specific priorities.
- Project support to cross-organisational meetings including co-production and presentation of highly complex and sometimes contentious information to support decision making, and design of agendas to enable key decision making.
- Support, facilitation and delivery of the Integrated Neighbourhood.
- Support, facilitation and delivery of integrated working improvement projects.
- Assurance that specified programmes of work are being delivered within budget and in accordance with the overall plan.
We are committed to ensure a work-life balance to all our staff by offering full time and part time roles, flexible working hours on a shift pattern to fit around your family life.
We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly encourage applications from disabled, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) and candidates form our local communities.
Benefits to you
Job descriptionJob responsibilities
- 27 days annual leave for new starters, rising to 29 days after five years of service and 33 days after 10 years of service, plus 8 Bank Holidays (pro-rata for part time staff)
- NHS Pension Scheme:
- Flexible working opportunities
- Increased hourly rates for unsociable hours e.g. night shifts, weekends, bank holidays
- Career development and training
- Wellbeing support and activities
- In-house physiotherapy Service
- On-site canteens with subsidised meals
- Subsidised staff parking (currently free).
- Free Stagecoach Bus Travel to and from work within Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
In addition to supporting a specific Integrated Neighbourhood within a locality the post holder will support the delivery of the integrated working improvement projects which have been developed within North Care Partnership. This programme of work aims to make operational changes to improve cross-organisation working and remove the barriers to integration.
This role requires close partnership working with clinical leaders, the acute sector, community services, managers from the CCG, local authority, voluntary organisations, and patients to support the development of the service design. It requires the ability to support the translation of a clinical vision into a coherent operational model and project delivery.
Further information available in the Job Description.Person SpecificationKey SkillsEssential
- Excellent communication skills including oral and written with different staff groups
- Ability to analyse and act upon complex information from various sources
- Excellent IT skills including in Word, Excel and PowerPoint
- Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment
- Able to prepare reports that are lucid, informative and persuasive
- Ability to effectively hold to account and recognise when to escalate
- Proven ability to initiate, implement and drive processes on an organisation-wide scale
- Ability to meet deadlines and turn round work to short timescales
- Able to co-ordinate and prioritise tasks
- Ability to foster good working relationships, motivate others and use influencing and negotiating skills
- Commissioning, acute, primary care and community services
- Knowledge of health intelligence, benchmarking and data sources
Education and QualificationsEssential
- NHS governance
- Payment mechanisms between organisations (PbR, QIPP, QOF)
- Acute contracting
- Degree or equivalent level of knowledge, experience and skills
- Able to demonstrate ongoing personal development
- Significant training or experience in Programme Management
- Project Management Qualification e.g. Prince 2 Practitioner
- Leadership course or qualification
- Evidence of successful delivery of an organisation wide project in a service improvement role
- Experience of planning organisational resources to support programme/ project implementation
- Business and service planning experience
- Experience in change management
- Service redesign with a health or social care environment
Employer detailsEmployer name
- Experience of Cambridgeshire/Peterborough health system
North West Anglia NHS Foundation TrustAddress
Peterborough City Hospital/Homeworker
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