Health Education England
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Use your project management skills to support the NHS. Healthcare Scientists play a critical role in the NHS and as part of Health Education England (HEE), the National School of Healthcare Science is here to support their education and training. We need an experienced project manager to join our team and support new and existing work streams to increase the number of healthcare scientists and provide development opportunities for the workforce. This will include working closely with many colleagues nationally, to ensure project plans and supporting paperwork are written, funding is transferred, and progress monitored.
Main duties of the job
You must have experience of managing multiple workstream and proactively managing your workload calmly and efficiently. An excellent communicator verbally and through your writing, you will use your skills to ensure we successfully deliver against our targets. A project management qualification is desirable, but evidence of successful delivery is essential. Working at pace and responding to changing priorities will invigorate, not frustrate.
HEE exists to provide excellent healthcare to the population of England. The National School of Healthcare Science is a friendly, supportive, and ambitious team of people with diverse skills highly committed to supporting the healthcare science workforce in NHS Trusts and other healthcare providers delivering training to healthcare scientists. Our activities include recruitment, assessment, trainee support, writing and reviewing curricula and developing new programmes, all in collaboration with the healthcare science community. We are a hub for healthcare science.
We aim to make HEE the best place to work. Here you can enjoy the benefits working for the NHS brings including flexible working and a range of staff benefits including an extensive package of learning and development opportunities. Our staff have been mainly home based for the past two years but are now moving towards a hybrid model which will include working from our new office based in Birmingham City Centre.
You can find further details about the job, organisational structure, recruitment profile, expected outcomes and benefits information in the attached Job Description and other supporting documents.
If you like what you have read and think you have the skills and experience, we need then don't delay, apply today! We get lots of applications for our roles and so we sometimes have to close our posts early. Don't miss out!Salary Progression Applicants will commence at the bottom of Band 6 with a full-time starting salary of £32,306, with pay step increases after 2 years service and 5 years' service. These salaries are offered in accordance with NHS Terms and Conditions and the HEE Pay Progression Policy and are subject to annual cost of living review. Secondments
Applicants from within the NHS will be offered on a secondment basis only,agreement should be obtained from their employer prior to submitting theapplication.
Experience and Training
Certificate of Sponsorship
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Health Education England
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13 April 2022
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£32,306 a year per annum