Job ID 306731
Agile Project Manager – NHS / Healthcare
£250 per day (outside IR35)
Term: 12-18 months
Skills / Experience required:
*NHS / Healthcare setting
*Agile / Prince2
Project Manager Responsibilities:
·Prepare project, stage and, if necessary, exception plans in conjunction with team managers, and appointed project assurance roles, and agree them with the project steering group.
·Manage business and project risks using RAID, including the development of contingency plans.
·To investigate and disseminate complex enquiries where there may be differing views / assist with solutions and decision making based on evidence, data and options gathered.
·Manage the pre-project processes leading to the definition of the project and approval of its business case.
·Effectively plan, resource and monitor the project with consideration of other departmental resource commitments.
·Handover the project to operational support teams in a manner consistent with the working practices and requirements of those areas.
·Ensure that third party support is handed over to the operational support teams with clear escalation along with service level agreement pathways and documents.
*Independently work to agreed objectives, the Digital project framework and incorporated national guidelines in line with Trust Digital strategy.
*Formulating action plans to meet local and national requirements and mobilising teams to ensure actions take place.
*Ensure appropriate local change management plans are in place to embed sustainable solutions.
*Manage the budget in line with agreed expenditure constraints.
*Manage staff within the project team to ensure actions are agreed and performed as agreed in the project plan.
*Liaise with team leads (including testing, training, application support, development, information and finance) to ensure all aspects of the project are appropriately identified, resourced and scheduled.
*Assist with various tasks as required pertaining to the Digital programme of work such as resource management for the local workflow and that which may affect other hospital teams and resource.
*Liaise with other project managers to ensure dependent project work and shared resource is effectively managed.
*Be responsible for maintaining various project monitoring systems and use administrative and planning tools as directed by the Head of Digital Programme & Projects.
*Ensure appropriate research is undertaken and benefit realisation plans are in place to release and track agreed benefits using various research tools, time in motion studies and complex surveys.
*Be a system specialist and be cited on local and national standards for given areas or functions and, including NHS contractual standards, to understand how it may impact the organisation with regards to business change.
Able to maintain continuous concentration in sporadic cycles within own work and monitoring performance of others for reporting and data analysis.
*Support staff and the project to deal with any issues that may arise