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Project Manager

Employer
Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
Location
London
Salary
£51,488 to £57,802 a year inc HCA
Closing date
21 May 2024

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Profession
Other Health Profession
Grade
Band 7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Job Details

The Health Innovation Network (HIN) South London supports the spread and adoption of innovation in health and social care. Our Community and Care Home Programmes' team is looking to recruit an experienced project manager with the passion and drive to support south London's health and care organisations to deliver positive change through innovation.

The award-winning HIN is a vibrant and exciting place to work. We are hosted by Guy's and St Thomas's NHS Foundation Trust, so staff enjoy the benefits of being part of the NHS family. Our office is based near Waterloo/Westminster stations and we offer great health and wellbeing support including yoga, a book club, lunchtime walks, and regular social events.

Our HIN Academy provides fantastic training to upskill staff to work collaboratively across the system. We also offer regular opportunity for staff to work from home. The successful candidate will manage the delivery of key projects at the HIN, working with colleagues in health and care organisations across south London.

We are looking for someone with excellent interpersonal skills, who has a track record of delivering projects in health and/or social care. For this role, experience facilitating groups, preparing bids and business cases, and writing reports would be particularly advantageous.

Main duties of the job

We are looking for someone who:

understands key challenges and opportunities in improving and innovating in care outside of hospital (e.g. in community health services and social care)

has a track record of leading projects, and evaluating their impact

works well as a part of team, and is able to balance priorities when working across multiple projects in a busy programme

is able to develop close working relationships with key stakeholders at partner organisations

is confident facilitating groups of external stakeholders

has experience of bid preparation and report writing

About us

What is the Health Innovation Network?

There are 15 health innovation networks across England, established by NHS England in 2013 to spread innovation at pace and scale - improving health and generating economic growth. Health Innovation Network (HIN) South London is the health innovation network for south London. We are the bodies uniquely established to connect academics, NHS commissioners and providers, local authorities, patients and patient groups and industry to accelerate the spread and adoption of innovations and best practice, using an evidence-based approach, working across large populations.

Working as catalysts of change across health and social care economies, we facilitate health improvements and economic growth. We work across a huge range of health and care services through each of our clinical and innovation themes, to transform care in diabetes, cardiometabolic disease, mental health, community settings and social care, to accelerate digital health uptake into the NHS, and we're passionate about education.

The Health Innovation Network helps mobilise the value that the NHS can add as an economic asset to the UK economy. The HIN works with a range of expert support and services across the health and care sectors that support NHS innovators and companies to realise the commercial and economic potential of their innovations.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Communicate highly complex, sensitive and contentious information on the progress of the projects to key stakeholders across the Network team and the Programme Board

Liaise closely with centres of excellence and expert advisory groups and ensure that the projects reflect current good and evidence-based practice.

Facilitate meetings of clinicians, managers, patients and other partners to agree priorities and action plans.

Support consensus building and manage conflict or opposing views whilst encouraging participation from all involved. Proactively problem-solve and negotiate where issues arise in the development and implementation of the projects.

Draft information relevant to the projects both locally and nationally, for example through service events, displays, exhibitions, local newsletters, website and local events, liaising closely with the communications manager and senior programme management team.

Responsible for reviewing, developing and the dissemination of educational materials and resources (e.g. training packs, videos, leaflets and posters) ensuring that all resources are appropriate to local needs.

Lead for all project queries relating to the project.

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • Educated to degree level or equivalent experience / qualifications


Desirable

  • Extensive previous experience in the NHS or similar relevant experience


Skills

Essential

  • Project management skills - ability to plan, manage and monitor according to the project framework and within the agreed budget
  • Highly developed service improvement skills underpinned by demonstrable practical experience
  • Ability to engage with individuals at all levels including clinicians, senior managers, commissioners, patients and carers
  • Ability to receive and communicate highly complex or sensitive information in a multi-disciplinary working environment and across organisations
  • Sound analytical skills with the ability to interpret complex information from a wide range of sources and produce high quality written reports in an appropriate format for the target audience


Experience

Essential

  • Evidence of knowledge/training in project management/service improvement techniques e.g. Prince, process mapping, PDSA, demand and capacity, Statistical Process Control etc.


Employer details

Employer name

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

Address

Becket House

1 Lambeth Palace Road, South Bank

London

SE1 7EU

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