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Project Manager

Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
£35,392 to £42,618 a year pa pro rata
Closing date
5 Dec 2023

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Other Health Profession
Band 6
Full Time
Are you an experienced Project Manager?

Have you delivered Transformational and Change Projects?

Applications are invited for the post of Project Manager to join the eCare Programme, within the Cornwall IT Service.

Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust is continuing on its digital and clinical transformation journey that will change the way in which we deliver care across Cornwall, the Isles of Scilly, and the South West Peninsula. The eCare Programme will underpin everything we do for our patients, our people, and our communities, as well as creating a working environment renowned for excellence and innovation that enables our staff to deliver safe and compassionate care every day. We believe the people of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, and our staff deserve nothing less.

This is a 22 month fixed term position.

Main duties of the job

The Project Manager will report to a Senior Project Manager working within the eCare programme, overseeing various workstreams supporting the operational teams.

Projects are undertaken in a structured manner in accordance with CITS Project Management procedures and PRINCE 2 and cover a wide range of disciplines

As a Project Manager you will be responsible for developing, delivering and leading a number of projects, within the programme, that enable the development and implementation of eCare.

You will be motivated, flexible and will enjoy working in a fast-paced and challenging environment. It is essential that you are a team player and have excellent interpersonal and communications skills.

About us

Sustainability is integral to the Trust achieving the NHS Net Zero target. All staff are therefore actively encouraged and supported to implement new ways of working within their field of expertise.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Initiate projects as directed by the Senior Project Manager, Senior Programme Manager.

Arrange, chair /participate in and document structured project meetings, and collective discussions with customers, patients, suppliers and system users.

Assess project priorities with the Senior Project Manager or Programme Manager, when conflict arises.

Responsible for the production of the specification and design/modification of information systems, including overseeing development work.

Undertake impact analyses to feed into service changes required after project delivery.

Responsible for regular creation, ownership and management of all core project documentation including project plans, risk, issue logs, meeting minutes, project budgets using Microsoft Office applications or other software tools.

Create, direct and motivate representative project teams. Allocate, schedule and monitor team members work, and the day-to-day coordination of their planned tasks to meet the project targets.

Co-ordinate and manage internal and external parties to ensure their effective involvement in change management, delivery and ongoing service, according to policy of the customer organisations.

Ensure that quality standards are maintained throughout, such that each project deliverable is fit for purpose and meets its documented requirement.

Defining and managing project risk parameters, instigating contingency plans and escalate as necessary to the Senior Project Manager, Programme Manager or Project Board.

Person Specification



  • Proven successful structured project management skills / experience including experience in managing change and leadership of project teams.
  • Significant relevant experience in health service or other major large scale customer service oriented organisation.


  • Health information experience
  • Experience of Service Change Management/business Transformation



  • Hold a formal project management qualification (eg. PRINCE, APM, Agile)



  • Ability to solve complex analytical problems independently analyse information oversee and control testing/options appraisals and make recommendations based on all analysis.
  • Good team leadership, co-ordination and motivation skills. Good team player.

Employer details

Employer name

Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust


Royal Cornwall Hospital




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