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- Project Officer
- NHS TCS 2019: Band 6
- Full time: 37.5 hours per week
- St Chad's Court
- £30,401 per annum
- 25/02/2020 23:59
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We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual to fulfil the role of Project Manager for Recruitment for the UK Foundation Programme Office (UKFPO), hosted by HEE.
This role is pivotal in the support of the ongoing operations of the UK Foundation Programme. The post holder will be responsible for the delivery of the high profile annual UK-wide recruitment processes involving over 8,000 applicants across 20 foundation schools. The role will involve key work activities associated with the ongoing review of recruitment practices on an annual basis through close collaboration with stakeholders from the four devolved administrations, the General Medical Council (GMC), Medical Schools Council (MSC), NHS Employers and UK medical schools.
As Project Manager, duties will involve contributing the national recruitment timelines and providing operational oversight for recruitment workstreams to support the transition from undergraduate education to postgraduate training and employment as a junior doctor. The postholder will be involved in the annual review of all recruitment processes and will be expected to provide reports and updates at national meetings.
The postholder will help to shape developments to foundation training across the UK through dialogue both junior doctors and senior clinicians and promote and raise awareness of the role of the UKFPO.
The postholder will have line management responsibility for two Project Support Officers and two Programme Administrators, plus any temporary staff members recruited to support periods of peak demand.
Applicants will commence at the bottom of Band 6 with a full-time starting salary of £30,401, with pay step increases as detailed below:
After 2 years’ service: £33,176
After 5 years’ service £37,890
These salaries are offered in accordance with NHS Terms and Conditions and the HEE Pay Progression Policy and are subject to annual cost of living review.
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Further details / informal visits contact
Jason Mistry, Deputy Foundation Programme Manager