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Programme Manager

NHS TCS 2019: Band 8b

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Programme Manager
NHS TCS 2019: Band 8b
Fixed Term Contract - 12 months
37.5 hours per week
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£52, 306 per annum
23/10/2019 23:59

The National Nursing Programme are looking to recruit a Programme Manager to lead on the Trainee Nursing Associate Programme in support of the work of the National Nursing Programme at Health Education England.  

The postholder will be a member of the national nursing programme, Trainee Nursing Associate (TNA), Portfolio Management Office (PMO). They will be responsible for delivery of an assigned portfolio of work, including providing expert overall programme and team management. The post holder will provide particular focus in support of the TNA Programme, working closely with the Policy and strategic finance teams.

The postholder will work collaboratively with stakeholders across HEE, other Arm’s Length Bodies, Education Providers and other key partners to drive the delivery of the strategies and to ensure the delivery of the agreed outcomes within the timescales.

This role is key to the success of the programme and will lead in shaping and implementing the short, medium and long-term objectives for the TNA PMO in partnership with our regional offices, external stakeholders and the wider workforce.

 Applicants will commence at the bottom of Band 8b with a full-time starting salary of

£52,306, with pay step increases as details below:

3 years: £55,226

4 years: £58,148

5 years: £60,983

Applicants from within the NHS will be offered on a secondment basis only,
agreement should be obtained from their employer prior to submitting the

Location: Midlands

Hours: Up to 37.5



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