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Deputy Programme Manager

  • £15 per hour
  • London
  • Posted: 12/09/2019
  • Temporary
  • Job Ref: 12092019

Job Details

A leading membership organisation and regulatory body (within the medical field) in the heart of London's City is looking to recruit a skilled Deputy Programme Manager to assist the Programme Manager with the management and development of the associated projects within a programme of work.

This is a full-time temporary role for 6-8 weeks until a permanent staff is recruited. 

The hourly rate is £15ph. £35 hours a week. 

Core duties of the Deputy Programme Manager:

  • To deputise in the absence of the Programme Manager
  • Line management of Project Officers 
  • To supervise the project staff and assist in managing the teams’ workload
  • Assist in developing and delivering project plans to ensure that individual projects meet their objectives and deadlines
  • To provide assistance in managing all aspects of the audit cycle for the projects, which may include: developing/revising standards; developing approaches and instruments to enable measurement of performance against standards etc
  • Assist in managing promotion and marketing to ensure continued growth/sufficient uptake by the recruitment of wards/teams/clinics into the projects
  • Assist in the quality assurance process for the project against agreed standards, including the timeliness and quality of reports and meeting of deadlines + writing reports
  • Liaise with other professional organisations and attend external meetings 

The Deputy Programme Manager will most likely have/be:

  • Educated to degree level or relevant professional qualification
  • Experience of working with public sector services
  • Project management experience
  • A keen interest in health or social care 
  • Experience of report writing and editing + data entry 
  • Experience of managing large electronic databases and controlling data quality
  • Confident user of SPSS or equivalent statistical package
  • Mail Merge/Email and Internet literate and excellent MS Office skills (Word and Excel)
  • Experience of writing papers for publication
  • Experience of financial administration

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