Project Delivery Manager

This is an exciting role to oversee a range of national analytic and policy projects and make a real difference in helping implement the Long Term Plan and other strategic priorities.

The primary purpose of this role is to develop and deliver successful Network projects in the mental health sector, children’s services, and other sectors as required. A key focus will be maximising participation in projects and developing new and innovative content and project outputs for members. The role will also involve delivery of several projects for national policy organisations and close collaboration with policy makers.

In your role as Network Project Delivery Manager you will work as part of a team, working closely with the business intelligence team and drawing on the NHS knowledge and experience of other team members as required. The role will require close contact with Network member organisations and clients across the NHS. Central to the role will be an enthusiasm for working with data and generating intelligence and insight for members of the Network and national policy organisations.

Applicants will be educated to degree level with strong evidence of team working and experience of working with the public sector/NHS.

Contact Liz Marshall for more information

Project Co-ordinator

The primary purpose of this role is to support the Directors, Sector and Project Managers in designing and delivering Network projects. You will be allocated to a number of projects and may report to a different team member for each project. The role will focus on customer service including assisting members with registration, and being the first point of contact for data collection and validation queries. You will be supported to become fully conversant with the specialist healthcare areas covered by NHS Benchmarking Network projects.

Applicants will be educated to degree level and have strong evidence of numeracy skills, written and verbal communications skills and have a keen interest in analytics, the NHS and healthcare.

Contact Liz Marshall for more information