An exciting opportunity for an experienced Senior Project Manager has arisen within Digital and Information. The Senior Project Manager role will provide project management services and Digital led consulting services to NHS Fife. This includes, but is not restricted to, the management of discrete and / or linked projects from initiation to handover, working with and providing guidance to NHS Fife for a significant change programme of Service Improvement Projects as approved by the Digital and Information Board in line with requirements and priorities set by NHS Fife Senior Management Team. This post will influence and drive forward change which will deliver significant improvements in patient care through efficiencies and improved quality of information.
You will successfully develop and manage plans, risks and project resources. You will also manage, coordinate and deliver the projects allocated, utilising the Prince2TM project management methedology, to deliver outcomes to the appropriate level of quality, on time and within budget, in accordance with the individual Project Plans. Stakeholder engagement will be key to effective delivery ensuring engagement in delivering the programme and anticipated benefits.
NHS Fife is ambitious in developing its Digital and Information Strategy 2019-2024 to support organisational change and modernise service delivery for the benefit of staff, patients, carers and the public. This post will act as a key advocate of this agenda.
You must be able to travel throughout Fife on occasion and sometimes across Scotland as required.
High levels of communication and project management skills are necessary to perform this role effectively.
Applications on a secondment basis will be considered providing you have prior agreement from your current line manager.
For informal enquiries please contact Marie Richmond, eHealth Head of Strategy and Programmes, NHS Fife on.
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