The Enabling Staff Movements team play an integral role in leading the research, design and development of the work across the Improving People Practises programmes of work, ensuring that policy and practice are aligned to the NHS Long Term Plan and the NHS People Plan in the area of Enabling Staff Movement across the NHS.
We are looking for a highly organised and dedicated person to join and help the team of three subject matter experts manage their multiple projects within a highly complex and rapidly changing overall programme. All our work aims to help enable the movement of staff in the NHS. The team sits within the Improving People Practices team, under the Head of Improving People Practice, who’s portfolio includes three teams specialising in Enabling Staff Movements, Reward and Recognition and Flexible Working.
You will work closely the team and a range of internal colleagues in NHS England and Improvement, however, you will also engage with several collaborators from across NHSX, NHS Digital, the NHSBSA, NHS Employers, HEE in your work to keep the programme governance documents up to date and the overall programme on track.
You will require project management experience working in a large/busy programme and with Director level stakeholders. You need excellent planning and organising capabilities, with exceptional attention to detail, excellent time management skills and the ability to adapt to rapidly changing demands from several team members.
We are looking for someone who thrives on organising complex and ever-changing projects, who can support a small but demanding team and agenda and who loves to keep project plans, highlight reports, powerpoint presentations project logs up to date.
In return you will work with a very supportive team with a ‘can do’ attitude and an ambitious agenda. Your support of this programme will help to deliver on improvement initiatives nationally that not only helps all NHS trusts, but all 1.3 million NHS staff.
This advert closes on Sunday 11 Oct 2020
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