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Project Manager

  • £15 per day
  • London
  • Posted: 12/09/2019
  • Temporary
  • Job Ref: 20191209

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 Project Manager to assist the Senior Project Managers. This specific project will involve planning and managing the components and tasks that contribute to each final project.

This role is being offered as a 3 month temporary role, full-time (35 hrs) covering a permanent role. 

The hourly rate is £15 per hour. 

Core duties of the Project Manager:

  • Project manage the development of mental health initiatives in accordance with the funding body’s requirements
  • Be the primary liaison point for key stakeholders regarding the project. This includes Senior Managers
  • Design and develop a project plan with a risk register and identify key milestones
  • Operate within agreed project work-plans and timelines, ensuring that project is carried out within deadlines
  • Contribute to the ongoing review and development of project management processes across the team to help ensure consistency, efficiency and the highest possible standard of project management
  • Write high-quality research/development reports as required
  • Attend and contribute to relevant meetings and presentations

Essential requirements of the Project Manager:

  • Graduate calibre or equivalent qualification, in a health related field
  • Prince II qualification or equivalent project management qualification
  • Proven experience of managing committees in a professional environment
  • Experience of facilitating group discussions
  • Excellent organisational and management skills
  • Proven ability to manage complex projects to tight deadlines and to manage a variety of tasks with competing deadlines
  • Ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines
  • Ability to work with and manage the contribution of a high-profile national group of people from a range of professional backgrounds and levels of seniority within the healthcare system
  • Working knowledge of healthcare systems
  • Experience of facilitating group discussions
  • Microsoft Office skills including email, social media and internet literacy 

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