Senior Project Manager
The successful candidates will be responsible for one or more complex and high profile projects.
They will manage a diverse range of projects spanning the innovation spiral and oversee all aspects of the project delivery using planning, monitoring and controlling processes across the spectrum. Collaborative working with a broad range of stakeholders will be a critical feature with the ability to influence clinical and management leaders across our member organisations also key.
The successful candidates will possess strong personal organisation skills, excellent communication skills, coupled with enthusiasm, commitment and a personal drive to achieve demanding targets. Experience as a clinician and / or the use of Service Improvement or Quality Improvement (QI) tools and techniques will be a distinct advantage.
We are particularly keen to receive applications from candidates with an interest or experience in working in the Care Homes sector, or with experience in managing deterioration in adults or children.
Salary: £38,890 to £44,503 pa
Closing date: 25 June 2021
Fixed term (12 months) / full time
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