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Project Managers

Department
Health Sciences
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Full-time
Contract status
Fixed term
Salary
32,817 - 40,322 a year
Interview Date
7/7/2021 & 9/7/2021
Posted Date
28/05/2021
Apply by
20/06/2021
Job Reference
9444

Role Description

Department of Health Sciences

In 2019, the National Health Service (NHS) Long Term Plan outlined the need to ensure health and care services had enough qualified and experienced staff.  More people than ever before want to train as health and care professionals; this means more learners should expect access to a timely, high-quality placement and learning experience.  

NHS investment has been awarded to the Humber Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership Integrated Care System (ICS) with the specific purpose of increasing the number of clinical placements for Non-Medical Health and Care professionals.  This will enable the ICS, to deliver the future health and care workforce in sufficient numbers and with the skills they need. 

  • Are you seeking a role that enables you to positively influence and coordinate clinical placement expansion through alternative placement models in new environments?  
  • Are you someone who wants to make a significant difference to the way our future health and care workforce learn? 
  • Do you want to increase clinical placement capacity through digital innovation as an alternative placement experience and support people to develop their digital literacy skills?

If the answer is yes, we would like to hear from you! 

Role

These fixed term Project Management posts (5 Full Time Equivalents) are hosted by the University of York, a member of the Russell Group and active member of the ICS who will benefit from this role.  The successful candidate will work collaboratively with other Higher Education Institutes, Health and Care providers across a large geographical region to deliver and evaluate new learning environments and alternative student placement models.   

The posts are as follows:

Project Manager – Placement Expansion Models

Project Manager – Placement Coordination (2 posts)

Project Manager – Digital Learning (2 posts)

Skills, Experience & Qualifications needed

  • To deliver these roles, applicants will be able to engage effectively with a range of stakeholders and make a clear connection between their remit and stakeholder benefit.
  • Insight and the ability to anticipate and resolve problems before they arise will be essential as will the ability to deliver at pace against competing priorities in a complex environment. 
  • With significant experience of managing projects with multiple stakeholders to deliver improvement and change, applicants will be positive, involve, respect, and learn from the contribution of others – upholding these values and the personal attributes required for the role will be critical during a significant time of high demand and change for all our partners.   
  • If you are interested in the Digital Learning position, you will also have a working knowledge of a wide range of technology enhanced and simulation-based clinical learning, and an awareness of current trends in learning and development. 

All positions are fixed term for 12 months.

Please indicate on your application which of the positions you are applying for.

The university offers a range of flexible working arrangements including, where appropriate, remote working.

Interview dates: 7 and 9 July 2021

For informal enquiries: please contact Sarah Newsome by email sarah.newsome@york.ac.uk

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