Senior Programme Lead

London Temporary £47,126 - £53,219
  • Great opportunity to be involved in an exciting transformation programme
  • Up to £53,219 salary (London weighting available of £7000) PLUS benefits!!

About Our Client

  • NHS Resolution is an arm's-length body of the Department of Health and Social Care. We provide expertise to the NHS on resolving concerns and disputes fairly, sharing learning for improvement and preserving resources for patient care.
  • This is an exciting major transformation programme which will radically improve our service delivery, improve the day to day experience of our users both internally and externally and put in place a technology platform which provides us with a secure foundation for the future. This will be achieved by combining a collaborative organisation wide approach to service and system design with the latest technological products.

Job Description

  • Represent the Appeals service as the subject matter expert working closely with others to disaggregate and understand highly complex processes and use this as a basis to define clear requirements and objects to underpin programme plans.
  • Budget holder for own service within the department ensuring that monies are available to support technological developments and service improvements.
  • Regularly update the Head of Operations, Deputy Director and Director with the status of the project.
  • Represent the Appeals service as the subject matter expert working closely with others to disaggregate and understand highly complex casework processes which must be robust.
  • Deliver new and innovative ways of working to achieve the right outcomes. Recognised as an expert and advocate for innovative approaches.
  • Lead on the development of new case management system and contribute to the development of an integrated approach across the organisation
  • Lead on their specialism within the local management and governance framework advising on service development.
  • Design and deliver a comprehensive programme of staff resources and training to help translate the system's new functionality into simple, workable plans.
  • Work with the team to define measures and gain buy in for adoption of deliverables to ensure project and overarching programme benefits are defined, agreed and accepted.  Act as a member of the Appeals Management Team and the Appeals Governance Group; taking collective management decisions on areas affecting or that have the potential to affect the delivery of the Appeals business plan and on its services.

The Successful Applicant

  • Project management qualification (e.g. Agile/Scrum, and Association for Project Management) or equivalent relevant experience of managing projects or working in a multidisciplinary team.
  • Good understanding of a range of project and business improvement methodologies and tools
  • Ability to lead IT & business change projects within a complex, constantly changing environment while being confident and capable under pressure.
  • Ability to act with the best interests of the user and champion the users' needs, challenge teams and challenge business assumptions.
  • Highly developed analytical and problem solving skills, with a proven track record of confidently and competently making the right strategic judgements on complex issues involving risk and/or unclear/incomplete/conflicting information
  • Experience of leading the successful delivery of technology focused programmes that include implementing new technology solutions.
  • Experience of successfully managing risks and issues within a complex programme environment.
  • Ability and resilience to receive and deliver challenging information constructively, while using effective communication skills to achieve the desired outcome, which may require tact and diplomacy to reconcile a variety of perspectives and gain consensus.
  • A broad knowledge of project management methodologies, including agile.
  • Good understanding of the challenges faced by the NHS.

What's on Offer

Flexible working with commitment to travel to London or Leeds a minimum 1 day per week / 4 days per month

· Salary of £47,126 - £53,219 (plus London Weighting of £7000)

· NHS pensions

· Flexible working

· Health and Social Security Recreational Association (HASSRA)

· Season ticket loan scheme

· Eye care vouchers for SpecSavers

· 24 hours employee assistance programme from Health Assured (EAP)

· Health service discounts

· Cycle to work scheme

Applications:

To apply for this position, please submit your CV ensuring details of where you meet the essential criteria required for the role are clearly demonstrated. Application deadline is 23:55pm, on 5h October 2021

Contact
Thahir Ahmed
Quote job ref
JN-092021-3606280
Phone number
+44 207 269 2143

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Consultant name
Thahir Ahmed
Consultant phone
+44 207 269 2143
Job reference
JN-092021-3606280