University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH) is one of the most complex NHS trusts in the UK, serving a large and diverse population. In July 2004, we were one of the first NHS trusts to achieve Foundation Trust status.
We are currently looking to appoint a Programme Manager to deliver a set of Corporate Projects with the main focus on Workforce.
The Programme Manager will support the schemes Senior Responsible Officer (SRO) and Project Lead to fulfil their role to ensure successful delivery. The Programme Manager takes day to day responsibility for supporting the programme delivery at each stage, from inception to post programme evaluation. The prime responsibility is to ensure that the programme delivers the required outcomes to the required quality within the constraints of time and cost.
The Programme Manager is accountable to the Head of Finance: Productivity and CIP for governance, assurance and reporting. They will be responsible to the programme leads for the effective scoping, planning and delivery of programmes to timescale, budget and quality expectations, which includes the production and maintenance of all relevant plans, controls, management and effective transition into operational service provision.MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Develop good working relationships with programme SRO’s, programme leads, clinical leads, and other members of programme teams;
- Assess risks (including quality of care) associated with delivering a particular project (and across projects) and represent these through a measure of likelihood and impact
- Support the Quality Impact Assurance process for the Transformation & CIP programme and ensure that all required programmes receive QIA approval.
- The post holder will work with the SRO, programme lead and clinical lead to provide senior expertise on all aspects of programme / project management, such as production of PIDs, QIAs and action plans; scheduling and phasing of programmes / projects; identification of risks; understanding of interdependencies; analysis of complex datasets; communications planning; managing changing demands; and benefits tracking;
Ensure agreed PMO programme management documentation is completed by programme teams and kept up to date, such as regular update reports to the PMO, steering group action notes, programme plans, KPIs and risk registers;
Monitor the performance of the programme against agreed objectives and programme milestones, prompt appropriate corrective action to ensure that the timeline is maintained and, where appropriate, flag any significant risks to the SRO and Head of PMO on a timely basis;
Please apply on line with your CV for immediate consideration