We are looking for a dynamic, creative Transformation Assistant Project Manager to join our talented Women’s and Children’s Services Team. You will lead on the design and delivery of transformation projects that improve performance, enhance patient experience, improve clinical outcomes and ensure our services are sustainable, efficient and affordable.
The initial focus of this role will be on leading the delivery of transformation programmes/projects across Lancashire and South Cumbria’s Women and Children’s Services. These programmes span a wide range of services and their complexity requires a high level of stakeholder management and a firm grip on individual projects.
• Review and manage a number of projects within the Women and Children’s Transformation programmes, working with Programme Managers and Work Stream Leads to develop project and action plans to achieve the objectives stated.
• Work with stakeholders to develop, propose and implement new processes.
• Develop and manage detailed project plans for each project, identifying actions required to deliver the project, KPIs, financial and quality impact and risks.
• Identify the need for, put in place and support project boards or work streams, where required, to develop and deliver plans to ensure projects are fully embedded across the Integrated Care System (ICS) footprint, within appropriate governance structures.
• Ensure work streams are serviced and run efficiently and that regular highlight reports and other project documentation are prepared in advance.
• Monitor and evaluate project delivery to facilitate the achievement of project objectives, ensuring projects are kept to agreed timetables.
This post sits within the Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System - covering the whole of the patch for the Women and Children's Programmes of work.
We embrace the following shared values:
• Always have women and families at the centre of everything we do.
• Support each other and work collaboratively;
• Act with honesty and integrity, and trust each other to do the same;
• Challenge constructively when we need to;
• Assume good intentions; and
• Implement our shared priorities and decisions, holding each other mutually accountable for delivery;
• Share learning and make change through appreciative enquiry.
All Programme staff will:
• Act as a role model and champion for the highest standards of all aspects of care
• Demonstrate respect for the roles and endeavours of others, in implementing high quality care.
This advert closes on Wednesday 6 Oct 2021
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