Deputy Programme Manager, Medical Education, £29k

Recruiter
Gordon Yates Limited
Location
London, South East England
Salary
29070.0000
Posted
08 Jul 2017
Closes
07 Aug 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Deputy Programme Manager, Medical Education, £29k

Our client is looking for exceptional Deputy Programme Manager to join their team on a permanent basis. This is a chance to get involved in an interesting and complex part of the organisation, dealing with the legal and medical aspect of a specialist area within the company.

Who will you be working for?

Their office location is in the prime sightseeing hub of Tower Hill, just a stone's throw away from iconic landmarks including the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. You will be based in their new office complex in a historically important part of London, where tourists and locals alike fill the immaculately maintained streets. This is an excellent location in order to achieve a great work life balance.

As one of the distinguished colleges in London, their focus is on training, research, quality and advice for its vast member base in the health sector. They are an academic institution with a passion for increasing the standards of healthcare provision in the U.K.

What does the role consist of?

This role is based within a busy department within the college where you will oversee a group of quality improvement programmes.

Some of the responsibilities will include:

  • to assist the programme manager with management and development of the projects
  • deputise in the absence of the programme manager, supervise the project staff
  • developing and delivering project plans
  • assist in the managing promotion and marketing to ensure growth
  • assist in the quality assurance process for projects
  • assist in preparing papers for presentations at conferences and publications in journals
  • develop and maintain effective data management systems

What will the successful candidate be like?

The successful candidates will be a good team player with experience of project management, having worked in quality improvement, audit or research previously, ideally in healthcare.

    • Educated to degree level or relevant professional qualification
    • Experience of working with public sector services
    • A keen interest in health or social care and, in particular, mental health
    • Experience of report writing and editing
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
    • Well presented with a confident and professional manner.
    • Well-organised with ability to prioritise own workload and that of others.
    • Experience of planning and delivering training/workshops
    • Experience of managing large electronic databases and controlling data quality.
    • Confident user of SPSS or equivalent statistical package.
    Knowledge of project management and research methodologies.

How to apply?

We're hiring as quickly as possible so email or apply with your CV for immediate consideration.

Not ready to apply, or have some questions first?

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