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- Assistant Project Manager
- NHS TCS 2018: Band 7
- 37.5 hours per week
- Blenheim House
- £33,222 - £43,041
- Today at 23:59
Health Education England is committed to recruiting the best person for the job, based solely on their ability and individual merit as measured against the criteria for the role; through a process that is fair, open, consistent and free from discrimination. Health Education England supports the values and pledges of the NHS Constitution.
We are committed to being a diverse and an inclusive employer and will build a culture where all employees are valued, respected and acknowledged. We strive to ensure that no individual receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of their gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, religion or belief, colour, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, pregnancy and maternity, marital or civil partnership status, transgender status, HIV status, social background, trade union membership or non-membership and is placed at a disadvantage by requirements or conditions that cannot be shown to be justifiable.
HEE have policies and procedures in place to ensure that all applicants and employees are treated fairly and consistently. We are proud to showcase our accreditation and ongoing commitment to Disability Confident, being an Inclusive Employer, a Stonewall Diversity Champion, our bronze award from the Defence Recognition Scheme, and we are delighted to support Apprenticeships and Tommy’s pregnancy at work scheme.
This is an exciting opportunity to join the national Cancer & Diagnostics programme team to take forward a range of improvements within the cancer and diagnostic workforce.
The Assistant Project Manager post is a multifaceted and varied role, with responsibility for the management and support of a range of projects to support this priority programme of work and delivery of the Cancer Workforce Plan.
The post holder will be responsible for managing the team’s business support functions including developing and managing the teams plans and reporting, drafting briefing papers and reports for senior staff and meetings.
The postholder will have experience of co-ordinating projects including within complex and challenging environments, and comprehensive knowledge of project principles, tools and techniques gained through training.
Critical to the role will be the ability of the postholder to identify and seek information from a range of sources and to provide analysis, summary information and options, including performance information.
We welcome applications from individuals wishing to be a part of our supportive team within this high profile and exciting workforce transformation programme.
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Further details / informal visits contact
Nerys Blake, Programme Lead