**Subject to confirmation of Agenda for Change Banding**
The post holder will be a part of the Trusts’ central Programme Management Office (PMO) team and will be responsible for leading on efficiency programmes and supporting the Head of Programmes and PMO Business Partners in the delivery, support and monitoring of complex projects within SaTH and the Shropshire, Telford, and Wrekin Integrated Care System (ICS).
A key area of focus will be supporting the Trust’s financial recovery programme and providing support to ensure the schemes that form the Trust’s Efficiency Programme follow process. Providing support to develop an integrated programme approach to ensure financial objectives do not sit in isolation from quality objectives.
Main duties of the job
The post holder will provide support to ensure the successful implementation of agreed efficiency programmes and projects using project management best practice methodologies.
Working for our organisation
The PMO team sit within the Resources Directorate which also includes Finance, Procurement, Estates and Performance. Our vision is to create a PMO that acts as a centre of excellence in project management, from inception to tracking delivery. It promotes a consistent approach across the Trust, ensure that quality and efficiencies are clearly identified and managed appropriately.
Our two hospitals, The Princess Royal Hospital in Telford and The Royal Shrewsbury Hospital in Shrewsbury, provide a wide range of acute hospital services for around half a million people across Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and Mid Wales. Together the hospitals have over 700 beds and assessment and treatment trolleys across a variety of services.
We employ almost 6,000 staff, and hundreds of staff and students from other organisations also work in our hospitals.
Detailed job description and main responsibilities
For full duties and responsibilities please refer to the attached person specification and job description.
Degree, professional registration, or equivalent specialist experience
PRINCE 2 Foundation or equivalent qualification or experience
Formal training in Lean methodologies to an advanced level
Relevant financial qualification
Post graduate diploma or equivalent relevant experience
Experience & Behaviours
Experience in managing complex projects and delivering identified benefits
Proven experience of leading a successful efficiency initiative
Experience of ensuring active patient/customer participation in efficiency initiatives
Being articulate and skilled in presenting ideas to others. Able to prepare and produce concise and insightful reports for a broad range of audiences
Experience of working in a complex, multidisciplinary organisation
Experience of working in the NHS or Health related environment
Experience of using NHS information, benchmarking data and hospital information systems
Skills & Knowledge
High level Computer-literacy: including creation and use of spread sheets, databases, charts, reports, presentations, and data analysis in formats that will enable informed decision-making, working with a high degree of accuracy
Knowledge of key project management principles and processes
Ability to analyse, manipulate and present qualitative and quantitative data in a meaningful and persuasive way to a variety of audiences
Strategic influencing and persuading others and able to address challenges and concerns
Project management software systems
Knowledge and experience of line management to ensure the delivery of programme