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Digital Project Support Officer

Employer
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Location
Leyland
Salary
£28,407 to £34,581 per annum, pro rata
Closing date
3 Dec 2023

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Profession
Other Health Profession
Grade
Band 5
Hours
Full Time
As a Project Support Officer for the Lancashire and South Cumbria Pathology Digital Team, your work will be varied and will be key to enabling transformation in pathology services across the area.

You will provide administration support to ensure that projects are delivered in the most efficient way, including diary management, mailbox management, forward planning, coordinating events, documenting meetings and plans and having an overview of the various projects' Risks, Assumptions, Issues and Dependency (RAID) logs.

Main duties of the job

Project Managemento Undertake information/project analysis as agreed with the digital project teams o Contribute to effective information management within the team o Participate in relevant internal and external working groups/projects to provide information/analyst advice and support and to maintain data collection systems for its effective use by the team o Analyse and report on data and monitor the processing of data and information o Provides information to project lead on project and statistical information matters.o Support the adoption of best practice project management methodology and support teams in the application of enabling tools and guidelines.

About us

You will be joining a new way of delivering the service as the four pathology departments across Lancashire and South Cumbria (LSC) are working together as a Single service. This service will be responsible for the delivery of diagnostic pathology services to a population of over 1.7 million people. In order to deliver this service there will be investment in key digital systems in order to improve the efficiency and safety for the patients of the LSC area.A new laboratory information system (LIS) is being purchased to replace the four existing systems and a digital pathology solution will be procured and implemented alongside the LIS. Digital pathology is an exciting development that will enable LSC Pathology to change working practices, and most importantly improve the reporting times of critical cancer diagnoses.

you will be led by the senior digital lead for the service and report into the Programme Manager. You will work with the Digital Pathology Technical and Clinical Leads on the laboratory side, Digital Project Managers and the Pathology Informatics Manager.This is an opportunity for you to be part of something that will make a real difference to the outcomes for our patients, as well as changing the way pathology works.For more information about the role and how you could fit into our team, contact Steve Bloor (L& SC Pathology Senior Digital Lead) steven.bloor@nhs.net

Job description

Job responsibilities

Undertake information/project analysis as agreed with the digital project teams Contribute to effective information management within the team Participate in relevant internal and external working groups/projects to provide information/analyst advice and support and to maintain data collection systems for its effective use by the team Analyse and report on data and monitor the processing of data and information Provides information to project lead on project and statistical information matters. Support the adoption of best practice project management methodology and support teams in the application of enabling tools and guidelines.

Work closely with the Programme manager and the IT systems Manager as well as link in with the clinical leads at the LSC Trusts to arrange meetings and creat documents

Person Specification

Qualifications & Education

Essential

  • Good basic education, demonstrating high levels of literacy and numeracy


Desirable

  • Evidence of ongoing continued professional development


Knowledge & Experience

Essential

  • Experience of forming effective working relationships with colleagues in order to achieve common goals


Desirable

  • Demonstrate background of delivering projects in complex and challenging environments
  • Ability to work independently, make informed decisions and achieve objectives whilst working with continually changing demands and priorities
  • Managing staff effectively
  • Experience of working within the NHS and across multiple organisations
  • Experience of using project management software


Employer details

Employer name

Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Address

Croston House

Centurion Way

Leyland

PR26 6TR

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