Programme Support Coordinator - Training Hub and Primary Care
The Training Hub Primary Care Programme Support Co-ordinator will be integral to the development of the HENW Primary Care School. The post-holder will support primary care training hubs and help develop the associated workforce in each of the three Integrated Care Systems (ICS) areas across the North West (Lancashire & South Cumbria, Cheshire & Merseyside, and Greater Manchester).
The post-holder will be responsible for the strategic and operational management of identified primary care workstreams and related projects, with a focus on the educational governance of multi-professional learning environments. The post-holder will have line management responsibility for staff in the team.
Key responsibilities include:
- Operational delivery of defined programmes of work/projects or team
- Ensuring that the education delivered to all learners in primary care is of a consistently high quality
- Supporting a rapid expansion of accredited multi-professional learning environments across the NW and the approval process of these environments for all learners in primary care
- Creating and maintaining a database of all multi-professional learning environments within the NW to support workforce planning at primary care network level
- Evaluating and reviewing quality management/control measures and ensuring these are used to drive continual improvement
- Supporting the development of the multi-professional educator faculty and the delivery of training courses
- Maintaining oversight of placement capacity within primary /community care
- Supporting all Primary Care School development objectives and the functioning of the School Board, including provision of timely reports
- Responsibility for management of data, systems and processes relevant to the programme of work
- Ensuring consistent, accurate and high-quality information exchange and communication
- Day-to-day management of staff and budgets within a defined scope
The role will also involve co-ordination of other HEE recruitment and retention programmes as required. The post-holder will build strong relationships with key stakeholders such as ICS-facing teams, Training Hubs and HEE Deputy Deans for Workforce, in addition to supervisors, learners and other external organisations involved in workforce education and development.
This role will support a multi-school programme of work, giving you the opportunity to develop an understanding of the provision of education and training for a multi-disciplinary workforce in primary care settings. In addition, we will provide you with the opportunity to lead on key events and workstreams that contribute to the overall effectiveness of educational training programmes.
If you’re enthusiastic with a can-do attitude, have an eye for detail, enjoy working with systems, and have excellent relationship-building skills, this could be an ideal opportunity for you.
This role will be offered on a fixed term basis (secondment only for NHS employees) until 31st March 2021, with a possibility of an extension beyond this date.
Applicants will commence at the bottom of Band 6 with a full-time starting salary of £31,365, with pay step increases as after 2 years’ service and 5 years' service.
These salaries are offered in accordance with NHS Terms and Conditions and the HEE Pay Progression Policy and are subject to annual cost of living review.
Your formal office base can be either Piccadilly Place in Manchester, or Regatta Place in Liverpool; however you may be required to travel across the North West region. Your work will support the work of the Workforce and Education Transformation Leads and the Workforce Planning Lead for the STP facing team.
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For further details / informal visits contact:
Gemma Bradshaw, Primary Care Programme Support Business Manager
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