We are currently recruiting for an Head of Professional Development Programmes to start immediately on a 12 month Fixed Term contract. The role is located in London Bridge, working on a full-time basis and is paying a competitive £49,518; it will be a mix of in the office and remote.
WHO WILL YOU BE WORKING FOR?
Our client is an established non-profit healthcare membership body.
Our client is looking for a highly skilled, innovative manager to cover the permanent postholder’s maternity leave.
This role would suit someone who is skilled in managing people and programmes of work and has a background in working with a variety of stakeholders. Strategic oversight, flexibility and the ability to reprioritise would be essential when working in this exciting, fast-paced environment.
About the role
- You will formulate strategy and work programmes in response to professional practice needs, corporate strategic objectives and organisational capacity.
- You will be responsible for reviewing new work proposals from a variety of sources, with a frequent requirement for flexibility and re-prioritisation.
- You will manage a team of five, overseeing projects and business as usual processes, which relate to professional guidance, workforce development and pre-registration education.
- You will oversee the development and update of online professional and clinical information, guidance and resources.
- This information is aimed at a range of audiences and ranges from clinical guidelines, guidance for individual professionals and guidance to promote quality services.
- You will oversee workforce development programmes, with current focus on advanced and extended roles, practice education, apprenticeships and support workers.
- Full time (35 hours per week)
- Maternity cover; Fixed Term Contract for 12 months
- Salary: £49,518
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