They have established a strong reputation in UK Healthcare and have been involved in many of the largest healthcare turnaround and restructuring assignments.
They help their healthcare provider clients to identify, improve and sustain strong performance across the most important areas of their organisation.How you can expect to spend your day:
First a bit of background, the business operates in 2 distinct business units mentioned below. Also, this role will be based 50% in London; 50% in Glasgow for a period of 2 months. All travel expenses will be covered.
- An operator of 8 elderly care homes in Scotland and England. This business is based in Glasgow and operates in Yorkshire, Glasgow and Aberdeen.
- They have developed a software business with an excellent, initial software product (an “APP”) that is rapidly gaining attention from UK healthcare providers (e.g. NHS hospitals, private care homes, private hospitals). The product has been shortlisted as a finalist by the Health Services Journal for “technology of the year – productivity” and they were selected by Digital Health London as one of 30 firms to support in rolling out new technology to the NHS. The product has been fully trialled and purchased by 20 organisations and there are another 50 clients in the “sales pipeline”.
The business is seeking to appoint a fixed term Project Manager to co-ordinate and drive activities across both the above businesses to ensure that both business units are compliant with the “General Data Protection Regulation” (“GDPR”) for May 2018. This role will work with the CEO, HR director and IT manager to ensure that there are a co-ordinated set of workstreams that ensure all aspects of compliance are addressed and that there is appropriate training and communication across front-line staff. There is strong potential for personal growth within this company – if this assignment is successful, there may be the opportunity for a permanent role.
To support the 2 units in project managing GDPR compliance. Key areas will include:
- Establishing an overall project plan for GDPR compliance for each business with key milestones and responsibilities;
- Documenting core processes in each business that drive compliance requirements for GDPR;
- Co-ordinating the activities of the GDPR project team to ensure that all aspects of GDPR compliance are advanced and evidenced.
- Administering a weekly project management meeting with each team to assess progress, identify next steps and detail actions to be taken. Also, to identify any gaps or areas where additional resources required;
- Assisting with the production of relevant documents eg for internal/ external meetings, training, communications;
- Ensuring all company legal documentation are stored and filed accurately;
- Various other tasks to support the GDPR compliance requirements.
- A University Degree
- Project Management Skills
- Well Organized
- Ability to understand GDPR requirements and apply these to the business
- Self-confident with the ability to clarify instructions and raise questions with other team members if they do not understand what they have been asked to do.
- Ability to work well within a small team and independently
- Excellent communications skills and ability to develop relationships. Specifically, the ability to explain GDPR requirements and communicate these with front line staff (care home managers, nurses, carers) as well as management
- Attention to detail
- IT and Office suite literacy; an understanding of technology
- Good verbal and written communication skills
- This client has a track record of recruiting young graduates and ensuring that they are trained up and developed.