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Project Support/Deputy Programme Manager

  • Location:

    London – Central

  • Sector:

    Admin / Secretarial / Office Support

  • Salary:

    £18 to £20

  • Contact phone:

    Claire Pearson

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  • Published:

    15 days ago

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Deputy Programme Manager
We are currently recruiting for an x2 Deputy Programme Managers to work full time, on a temp basis for 2-5 Months- Remote based on £31,425 

Our client is a well known healthcare membership body; in the heart of central London.

To assist the programme manager with the management and development of the College Centre for Quality Improvement’s national clinical audit programmes, research/evaluation projects or multi-source feedback systems.

  • To deputise in the absence of the Programme Manager.
  • Assist in developing and delivering project plans to ensure that individual projects meet their objectives and deadlines.
  • To help in managing all aspects of the project(s), which may include:
    • Developing sampling methods and data collection tools
    • Collecting and analysing qualitative and quantitative data from participating services developing methods and tools to enable measurement of performance against standards;
    • Producing local and national reports
    • Planning and delivering events e.g. learning events, workshops
  • Be prepared to travel across the UK if required. Overnight stays may be required for some visits and a certain level of flexibility is needed at periods of increased workload.
  • Manage the day to day financial administration for the project (e.g. invoicing and expenses) and assist the Programme Manager with the budget management and monthly forecasts.
  • Oversee production of a range of other project materials such as guidance documents, papers for publication and newsletters as required.
  • Develop and maintain effective data management systems.
  • Experience of working with public sector services
  • A keen interest in health or social care and, in particular, mental health
  • Experience of report writing and editing
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Experience of planning and delivering training/workshops
  • Experience of managing large electronic databases and controlling data quality.