Band 7 – System Workforce Transformation Project Manager – Corporate

  • Social Care
  • Full time
  • 1 year ago
  • Watford

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    Salary Up to £46000 /

Job Description

As an employer of nearly 5,000 staff, West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust is the place to be. Having have been shortlisted over the last three years for 18 national people related awards and most recently winning the Nursing Times award for Best UK Employer 2019we are immensely proud of our achievements.

We have lots to shout about! Despite having lots of challenges, we’ve worked really hard to make West Herts a great place to work. The good news is we’re really starting to see the results of our efforts. We’re one of the few NHS organisations across the UK to have achieved a phenomenal 0% nurse vacancy rate within our adult inpatient areas. We have also recently secured over£450m capital funding to transform our sitesand give our patients and colleagues within #teamwestherts the working environment they deserve.

West Hertfordshire NHS Trust is looking for an ambitious and motivated System Workforce Transformation Project Manager to join our team. The position is well suited to an individual that has comprehensive experience and knowledge to expertly support the design and development of the existing workforce to work in new or different ways. This incorporates education and training (apprenticeship and continued professional development) to support the development of new skills and the development and commissioning of new roles.

Based within the corporate division of the Trust, you will work closely with key clinical and non-clinical senior stakeholders across more than 16 organisations.

You must have effective experience leading on change management programmes across complex large organisations, preferably within Health and Social Care.

You will have strong project/programme management skills and experience using clear project management methodologies.

Planning and interpreting information to support the delivery of strategic objectives is key whilst producing high level monitoring reports

A wealth of experience of leading health and social care workforce development/projects and presenting reports of a high standard to stakeholder groups, patient and public representatives, senior managers/boards and formal committees.

It is also essential that you have the ability and skill to support the development of proposals and business cases locally, regionally and nationally.

You will be required to travel across the STP’s 16 organisations at least 2 – 3 days a week.

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