The UCLH Occupational Health and Wellbeing Team are looking for an experienced project manager to join their team on a temporary basis to provide project leadership and ad-hoc admin support to the senior team.
Based in Euston, the role will be remote and office based and predominantly Monday – Friday 08.30 – 16.30 although we are looking for candidates that have a flexible approach to the working day.
The role is to start ASAP and is being offered on an initial 2 month basis.
The role will involve:-
- Project management; developing and owning a suite of projects including but not limited to project mandates, project plans, risk
- and issue logs, and ensuring projects are delivered within agreed timescales
- Actively engaging and working collaboratively with colleagues and partners across the OH&WB dept and the wider Trust (as necessary) to support project delivery, including coordinating complex activities
- Monitoring project delivery and developing update reports for a variety of project groups, including benefits realisation
- Drafting internal communications promoting the services that Occupational Health can offer
- Creating processes , process maps and procedures relevant to Occupational Health
- Interpreting and presenting data to Key Stakeholders within the Trust
- Updating internal databases
- Represent the Occupational Health Department at meetings and virtual briefings
- Work closely with clinical members of the team to gain a good understanding of the department
- Providing high level admin support to Senior members of the Occupational Health Team
- Supporting production of business cases and bids for funding
- The role will report into the Occupational Health & Wellbeing Business Operations Manager
The ideal candidate will have:-
- Previous project management experience with evidence of the use of project management tools and project reporting
- Previous experience of working in a healthcare setting (Occupational Health setting desirable but not essential)
- Previous experience in working in the NHS (Desirable but not essential)
- Understanding of confidentiality and data protection
- Ability to prioritise workload and work on their own initiative
- Ability to deal effectively and appropriately with people at all levels
- Attention to detail and ability to present information in a concise manner
- Promote a positive image of improvement and its benefits to staff and service users as necessary
Bank Partners is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.