Title: Project Support Officer
Duration: 3 Month Fixed Term Contract
A Project Support Officer is required to join the England's largest clinically lead commissioning organisation, on a 3 month fixed term contract.
Working on a hybrid basis, out of the clients Birmingham location, the Project Support Officer will work across all domains including primary care, community, acute and third sector providers to support and manage aspects of the End of Life and Dementia work programmes.
The project support officer holder will be required to maintain constructive relationships with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders, including primary care; secondary care; community teams, social care, third sector stakeholders and public health.
The project support officer will provide coordination of and participate in relevant internal and external working groups and provide project advice, expertise and support where requested
The project support office will work directly with GP practices to facilitate the identification of Dementia & Gold Standard Framework patients, and support appropriate management and recording of information
The project support officer will evaluate projects/function within identified portfolio for delivery against financial recovery/savings plans through providing sophisticated, high quality project analysis.
The project support officer will devise and provide improvements to current management information, analysing, reporting and suggesting procedures to enhance decision making processes.
The project support officer will contribute to the strategic planning of the project, identifying interdependencies across projects/functions, potential impacts on wider organisation, resource requirements and building in contingency and adjustments as necessary.
The project support officer will contribute to the review and development of existing information management systems and contribute to the development of an integrated approach to, service or initiative management.
To be considered for this opportunity, candidates must possess the following:
Educated to degree level in relevant subject or equivalent level qualification or significant experience of working at a similar level in specialist area
Post-graduate degree in Management Studies or equivalent
Demonstrated experience of co-ordinating projects in complex and challenging environments
Experience of managing risks and reporting
Experience of drafting briefing papers and correspondence at SMT level
Experience of monitoring budgets and business planning processes
Understanding of the public sector, with demonstrated experience in a Healthcare environment
Comprehensive knowledge of project principles, techniques and tools, such as Prince 2 Foundation and Microsoft Project
Demonstrated capability to act upon incomplete information, using experience to make inferences and decision making
Numerate and able to understand complex financial issues combined with deep analytical skills
Experience of setting up and implementing internal processes and procedures
Knowledge of Financial Systems e.g. monitoring budget management, processing invoices and procurementPlease be aware this advert will remain open until the vacancy has been filled. Interviews will take place throughout this period, therefore we encourage you to apply early to avoid disappointment.
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