Manchester Health and Care Commissioning
This role is an exciting opportunity to work as Senior Project Manager within MHCC’s Nursing Team for a fixed term contract of one year to develop a more integrated and streamlined approach to End-of-Life Care Pathways and Training offer across the Manchester locality. The successful post holder will be able to demonstrate experience of working within EOLC workstreams and enjoy working as part of a team, have excellent communication skills, be able to work collaboratively across a wide range of stakeholders, understand assurance and governance processes and champion service and patient outcomes.
This post will support transformational change within EOLC working with colleagues and stakeholders across Manchester to review, plan and design a new single training offer for EOLC delivered in collaboration with all stakeholders. The successful candidate will lead the delivery of project plans, allocating tasks as appropriate, identifying risks, issues, and dependencies, considering best practice and current options, and ultimately making decisions in the best interest of the project.
In line with current Government guidance, this role is anticipated to be working from home initially, moving to a hybrid model of office working going forward.
Key aspects of this role include but are not limited to:
Drive transformational change, supporting alignment across the system to a single vision
Drive and support organisational change and uptake of initiatives that support excellence
Develop and communicate the vision, and the development of strategy and operational policies to support this vision
Engage with key strategic policy makers to inform development of strategy and policies
Engage, and manage relationships, with stakeholders to achieve a common purpose and realise mutual benefits
Support excellent business delivery
Provide expertise of best practice change and project management methodologies
Greater Manchester Integrated Care Board (ICB)
In February 2021 the Government announced a number of new measures as part of a proposed Health and Care Bill, including the creation of statutory Integrated Care Systems (ICSs).
In Greater Manchester we have been working as an ICS for the last five years – with strong working partnerships between health and social care and the voluntary sector. The creation of a statutory ICB will formalise the arrangements we have in place and mark another positive step in our journey, which started with the health and care devolution deal in 2015. The statutory ICB will include a new ICS NHS Body and Health and Care Partnership Board.
From April 2022 (subject to national legislative approval) the commissioning duties of Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), including their functions and roles, will transfer to be delivered as part of the new Greater Manchester ICB NHS Body. This will mean that functions and roles may be delivered differently in the future, with place based and Greater Manchester-level teams working alongside each other.
MHCC is committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive workforce culture. We support flexible working and will consider applications on a part-time or job share basis. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities, and we particularly welcome applicants who are currently under represented in our workforce. This includes but is not limited to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates and disabled candidates.
To apply for this role, please visit: https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/916971926
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26th Jan 2022
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