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Project Coordinator, NHS Innovation Accelerator

Fixed term to 31 March 2023, full time or part time, flexible working considered
We are looking for an exceptional and flexible Project Coordinator to join our team to support the delivery of the programme.
Salary: £30K - £35K pro rata

Closing date:
21 December 2021

Summary

UCLPartners is recruiting a National Project Coordinator to support in the planning and co-ordination of delivery of the NHS Innovation Accelerator Programme. Working closely with NHSE/I, NHSX and across the Academic Health Science Networks, the post holder will support in the planning and organisation of an annual recruitment process and in the organisation of a learning programme that identifies promising already in use innovations and supporting their spread across the NHS.

Key Responsibilities

The postholder would be expected to share the responsibilities listed below with a second Project Coordinator:

  • Coordinate resources effectively, ensuring that project documentation is prepared and shared in accordance with project timetables and
  • Manage meeting arrangements for NIA internal team including the taking and distribution of agendas and action logs.
  • Build and maintain effective relationships with Fellows, colleagues and other stakeholders from partner organisations, ensuring clear and effective channels of communication.
  • Provide regular updates to Fellows on matters of interest and requests for action.
  • Support the NIA team to organise meetings, workshops & training events.
  • Support the NIA governance by ensuring Board and Operational group meetings are booked annually in advance and that papers are professionally prepared (eg: proof read and collated).
  • Support the finance function of the NIA through creating and logging of POs, liaising with suppliers and the UCLP finance team, and following through on any requests for financial support.
  • Support the Communications and Engagement Manager on the MyStory series, website upkeep and adhoc comms and engagement activities
  • Act as a central point of contact for the programme to filter and share information including managing the NIA Inbox, responding to requests from Fellows in the first instance and forwarding them on as needed.

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