Deputy Programme Manager

Red Personnel
07 Jul 2017
06 Aug 2017
Public Sector
Contract Type
Full Time
Our client, a leading professional membership organisation and regulatory body (within the medical field) is recruiting across a series of quality improvement projects run nationally across the health, and social care services. Based in the heart of London's City we are looking for skilled Deputy Programme Managers to work within their centre for Quality Improvement.

The role is being offered as a full-time permanent role (35 hrs) paying £29,070 per annum.

Core duties required of the Deputy Programme Manager:

- Assist in developing and delivering project plans to ensure objectives are met
- Manage the day to day financial administration for the project (budget management and forecasting)
- Operate within agreed work-plans and timelines, ensuring that work is carried out within deadlines, managing the audit cycle
- Assist in the quality assurance process for the project against agreed standards, including the timeliness and quality of reports
- Assist in managing promotion and marketing to ensure continued growth/sufficient programme uptake
- Contribute to the ongoing review and development of project management processes across the team to help ensure consistency, efficiency and the highest possible standard of project management
- Attend and contribute to relevant meetings and presentations alongside peer lead professional organisations

Essential skills expected of the Deputy Programme Manager:

- Graduate calibre or equivalent qualification, in a health related field and public sector services
- Confident user of SPSS or equivalent statistical package
- Experience of managing large electronic databases and controlling data quality
- Email and Internet literate and excellent MS Office skills
- Excellent organisational and management skills
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Proven ability to manage complex projects to tight deadlines and to manage a variety of tasks with competing deadlines
- Ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines
- Good report writing skills and statistical analysis

Please note: only shortlisted candidates will be contacted