Health Informatics Project Manager

  • Job Reference: 351-CS1414-SD
  • Date Posted: 26 March 2020
  • Recruiter: NHS
  • Location: Ribble House, Bamber Bridge, Bamber Bridge, Nr Preston
  • Salary: £30,401 to £37,267
  • Sector: Healthcare & Medical, I.T. & Communications
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Health Informatics Project Management

team whose vision is to deliver challenging, specialised projects with collaboration

and professionalism to enhance patient care. This is an exciting time to join the team

as Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust. The Trust has recently

been awarded Global Digital Exemplar Fast Follower status and are embarking on

delivering innovative digital technologies across the Trust, as well as rolling out a

new Electronic Patient Record (EPR).

The post holder will support the Programme Leads and Senior Project Managers to

successfully deliver projects identified on the work plan within agreed budget and

timescales. The successful candidate will produce, manage and process all the

formal documentation for each stage of the project(s). The role will also include the

co-ordination, day-to-day management and delivery of these defined, complex

projects within the programme. The post holder will also have line management

responsibilities.

An opportunity is available for a fixed term post 29/10/2021. The main base of the

post will be Ribble House, Bamber Bridge but will also include agile working.

This post will allow the successful candidate the opportunity to develop their project

management skills further, with further development opportunities available.

 

 

For further details / informal visits contact:

For further information contact David Leech, Senior Project Manager by email or phone

 




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