Programme Delivery Manager

Alexin Healthcare CIC

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Job summary

The core scope of training hubs is the education, training and development of the multidisciplinary team in primary care. As such, they will support the roles being introduced through the new GP Contract including: physicians associates, paramedics, physiotherapists, social prescribing link workers and clinical pharmacists, as well as GPs and GPNs.

Interviews will be taking place on Thursday 26th August.

Main duties of the job

To implement projects on behalf of the HED Training Hub and facilitate operational business working closely with clinical leads, commissioners and key delivery partners to ensure that the HED Training Hub is able to fulfil core functions and objectives against the hub mission and values.

About us

We are an innovative and forward thinking training hub looking to ensure we can deliver in our role to ensure that the right workforce is in place to meet population health needs and tackle health inequalities. Whilst developing new services and roles, we also support and nurture the staff currently employed to ensure we build resilience within our current workforce.

Training Hubs are fairly new and their role is constantly growing which means it is a really exciting time to get involved!

The successful candidate will be employed by Alexin Healthcare CIC and seconded to the Training Hub; we offer 25 days plus 8 bank holidays per year (pro rata if part time) and a work based pension.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Provide day-today operational support to the Operations and Business Manager

Provide programme or project management covering projects that have been developed aligned to the core function of the training hub

Work with stakeholders to develop proposals and programmes of work aligned to the core function of the hub and local strategic direction.

Monitor the performance and provide evaluation of current hub projects in accordance with prescribed reporting methods by the CCGs, NHSE&I and HEE as required

Contribute to the progress of HED Training Hub infrastructure plan to support the development of the organisation.

Fully understand primary care workforce requirements and workforce transformation initiatives within the NHS and the current healthcare environment, to ensure pertinent involvement from the hub and appropriate development of education and training programmes

Ensure effective two-way communication with partners and stakeholders, including but not limited to general practice, primary care networks, Health Education England, HEIs and NHSE&I, forging long lasting relationships.

Support the development of student placement initiatives and work with local HEIs to produce clear and up to date records of students accessing placements in primary care in

Be proactive in identifying new training and education opportunities for provision to strengthen the hub portfolio and expertise

Help with the response to invitations to tender for provision of training and education opportunities or innovative programmes of work relating to the hub core function

Seek out new initiatives that will generate income for the hub whilst ensuring excellency in training and development for primary care in Derbyshire

Be a point of contact for correspondence for the HED Training Hub

Person Specification

Experience

Essential

  • * Evidence of continuing professional development
  • * Experience of delivering projects and programmes of work
  • * Must have an understanding of the background to and aims of current, relevant healthcare policy and appreciate the implications of this on engagement with key hub stakeholders
  • * Must demonstrate an understanding of the purpose of strategic training hubs and their role within the local health care system
  • * Should have an appreciation of the relationship between Health Education England and strategic training hubs, along with a clear understanding of the relationship between the hub and key HED stakeholders

Analytical Skills

Essential

  • * Problem solving skills and ability to respond to sudden unexpected demands.
  • * Ability to analyse complex facts and situations and develop a range of options.
  • * Take decisions on difficult and contentious issues where there may be a number of courses of action.
  • * Strategic thinking ability to anticipate and resolve problems before they arise.
  • * Ability to support with procurements for highly detailed, high value contracts that require analysis, comparison and assessment.

Values & Behaviours

Essential

  • * Demonstrable commitment to and focus on quality, promotes high standards to consistently improve outcomes
  • * Consistently puts clinicians at the heart of decision making
  • * Values diversity and difference, operates with integrity and openness
  • * Works across boundaries, looks for collective success, listens, involves, respects and learns from the contribution of others
  • * Uses evidence to make improvements, seeks out innovation
  • * Actively develops themselves and others
  • * Self-awareness in terms of emotional intelligence, biases and personal triggers with cultural sensitivity and awareness
  • * Demonstrable commitment to partnership working with a range of external organisations

Skills & Capabilities

Essential

  • * Provide and receive highly complex, sensitive and contentious information, and present complex and sensitive information to large and influential groups.
  • * Persuade board and senior managers of the respective merits of different options, innovation and new market opportunities.
  • * Plans and organises a broad range of complex activities, formulating and adjusting plans to reflect changing circumstances.
  • * Inputs to strategic plans across NHS and within the specific teams.
  • * Works with stakeholders to develop and submit performance improvement plans
  • * Ability to work on own initiative and organise workload, allocating work as necessary.
  • * Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of equality of opportunity and diversity taking into account and being aware of how individual actions contribute to and make a difference to the equality agenda.
  • * Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of equality of opportunity and diversity.
  • * Involved in budget setting and working knowledge of financial processes
  • * An ability to maintain confidentiality and trust
  • * Used to working in a busy environment
  • * Adaptability, flexibility and ability to cope with uncertainty and change
  • * Commitment to continuing professional development.
  • * Ability to travel independently around Derbyshire and beyond
  • * A willingness to work from different offices / work remotely using portable IT equipment
  • * Good use of available information sources to enable efficient and effective planning
  • * Ability to work under pressure and to tight and often changing deadlines
  • * Skills for managing relationships with a range of different stakeholders.
  • * Working knowledge of Microsoft Office with intermediate keyboard skills.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Employer details

Employer name

Alexin Healthcare CIC

Address

Unit 7 Derwent Business Centre

Clarke Street

Derby

DE1 2BU


Employer's website

https://www.alexinhealthcare.co.uk/ (Opens in a new tab)

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Date posted

02 September 2021

Pay scheme

Other

Salary

£35,000 to £37,890 a year

Contract

Fixed term

Duration

6 months

Working pattern

Full-time, Part-time, Job share, Flexible working

Reference number

B0199-21-2660

Job locations

Unit 7 Derwent Business Centre

Clarke Street

Derby

DE1 2BU


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