Transformation Project Manager
NHS Birmingham and Solihull Integrated Care Board
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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Transformation Project Manager to join the Birmingham and Solihull Integrated Care Board (ICB) GP Provider Support Unit, Transformation team. The Birmingham and Solihull GP Provider Support Unit is the home of all support services provided by the ICB to general practice. It is sector-led and responsive to the needs of practices. The Transformation team has been established as part of the GP Provider Support Unit. Together the team will provide much needed skills and capacity to work with and on behalf of the primary sector on transformational change and service improvement.
Our preferred candidate will have a background in Project Management, with a great eye for detail and experience in delivery. They must have the ability to multi-task, manage and prioritise own workload and be able to work on both their own initiative and as part of a team. They will need to have excellent organisational skills, time management and communication skills, with experience of speaking to people at all levels of the organisation, service users and members of the public.
Please submit your application form without delay to avoid disappointment; we will close vacancies prior to the published closing date as soon as sufficient applications have been received.
Main duties of the job
The post holder will provide dedicated project management support to the ongoing development, delivery and review of key work programmes within the function. Accountable and reporting to the Lead Transformation Manager the post-holder will be required to deliver a series of improvement projects in primary care, together with primary care colleagues.
- Assist in the identification of areas for improvement
- Support colleagues within the PSU and in primary care in the delivery of projects, outlining tools and techniques that could be employed and provide guidance in designing and implementing change projects
- Highlight and cascade areas of best practices from both national and local examples
- Support/deliver training events
- Provide expertise in improvement methodology within the PSU
- Working collaboratively across all domains, particularly in primary care and as necessary with community, secondary care services and voluntary third sector providers to support day-to-day operational management of associated programmes
- Supporting, facilitating and monitoring progress with the RAFT programme, including development of meaningful KPIs.
- Responsibility for performance improvement, planning, commissioning and service delivery for services associated with the transformation team.
- Managing service specific project plans, including progress reporting, risk and issue management
Birmingham and Solihull Integrated Care System brings together local NHS, councils and voluntary, community and faith sectors to better serve our communities. With a population of circa 1.55 million, our vision is for Birmingham and Solihull to be the healthiest place to live and work, driving equity in life chances and health outcomes for everyone.
In return NHS Birmingham and Solihull can offer you the opportunity to thrive and develop in a team that is supportive, ambitious and inclusive. You will have plenty of opportunities to build your skills and experience, with a chance to work with colleagues across our five Provider Trusts, two Local Authorities, voluntary organisations, Integrated Care Board (ICB) and NHS England to truly effect change and add value.
To read more information about this role and the main duties and responsibilities, please view the Job Description and Person Specification attached.
You can also find out more about the fantastic work we do at Birmingham and Solihull ICB by visiting our website.
The ICB is committed to having a workforce which is representative of the population of Birmingham and Solihull. Our current staffing profile demonstrates that we are not as representative as we would like to be at this level within the organisation. We would actively welcome applications from males and black and minority ethnic for this role.
The ICB is registered as a Disability Confident Employer. We actively welcome applications from applicants with a disability and commit to shortlisting all such suitable applicants who meet the essential criteria for an interview. Please let us know of any reasonable adjustments you require in order to participate in the recruitment process.