£54764 - £63862 per annum
0113 243 9775
Sellick Partnership are working on an established NHS organisation to work on an extremely interesting programme, to play a key role in supporting national teams and programmes by regularly trouble-shooting, coming up with solutions to complex problems, hosting large workshops and events whilst pulling together key stakeholders and providing specialist advise.
As Programme Manager, the post holder will work as part of a dynamic team in delivering as effective service supporting managers and staff to aid and contribute to this newly formed Programme. The role requires a skilled project management professional with experience of delivering government led programmes and with exceptional organisational skills in order to co-ordinate multiple work streams, whilst co-ordinating high-profile stakeholders both internally and externally.
You work closely with the post holder and the wider team to deliver the outcomes of the Pathway Project. The main roles and responsibilities will include:
- Line manage the project team.
- Proactively managing all the planned project aims, including providing programme-level governance and quality assurance.
- Being responsible for the work being correctly scoped, assigned, and that all target outcomes are being delivered to time, with particular reference to the Steering, Stakeholder and Clinical Reference Groups.
- Lead the rollout and implementation of the optimal pathway.
- Build relationships with and closely work with local systems partners to mobilise the work programme.
- Prioritising equality, diversity inclusion, team wellbeing and the principles of kind leadership. The post holder will have a key role in nurturing this culture.
- Providing policy advice on specific projects or areas which require further information or research.
- Leading the co-ordination and drafting of all internal and external communications.
- Responsible for budgets/ matching the available budget to the appropriate staff resources and projects and for ensuring that the budget breaks even, co-ordinating and monitoring expenditure.
- Responsible for supporting the commissioning of projects and procurement of services to support project delivery, acting in accordance with Standing Orders and Standing Financial Instruction.
- Provide financial reports to Directors and the Board as required.
- Financial Instructions in the discharge of this responsibility.
- Constantly strive for value for money and greater efficiency in the use of budgets, and to ensure that they operate in recurrent financial balance year on year.
Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
- Must have a sound understanding of the background to the aims of current healthcare policy and appreciate the implications of this engagement.
- Have an appreciation of the relationship between the Department of Health individual provider and commissioning organisations.
- Highly developed communication skills with the capability to analyse, review and make sense of highly complex, sensitive or contentious information across a diverse range of subjects relevant to post portfolio, and make recommendations for action.
- Highly developed communication skills with the capability to analyse, review and make sense of highly complex, sensitive or contentious information across a diverse range of subjects relevant to post portfolio, and make relevant recommendations for action.
If you consider yourself to be a committed, career driven professional who can demonstrate the above experience and who would welcome the stimulus of this finance post then we would be pleased to hear from you.
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