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Senior Implementation Manager

1 year contract
We’re looking for a dynamic and self-motivated Senior Implementation Manager to drive the implementation of UCLPartners Proactive Care Frameworks with a particular focus on Cardiovascular Disease Prevention.
Salary: £50,000- £60,000 per annum

Closing date:
3 August 2022

The role

UCLPartners is recruiting a 1 WTE Senior Project Manager to drive the delivery of the CVD Programme in North East London.  The role will work closely with senior commissioners, clinicians and Primary Care Network/general practice senior staff across North East London. The Senior Implementation Manager will have both delivery and coaching responsibilities to increase capacity and capability of key local stakeholders across North East London to implement the Proactive Care Frameworks. Within UCLP, the role will work closely with the Deputy Programme Director, Executive Clinical Programme Director, North East London Clinical Lead and National Blood Pressure Optimisation Programme Manager.

Depending on organisation priority, the role may also be required to support other projects and programmes. Whilst the role will predominantly focus on implementation in North East London, there may be opportunities to support national implementation and to share your learnings drawn from implementation.

We particularly welcome applications from a diverse set of backgrounds and are open to flexible working arrangements.

The team

You will work as part of a team of practising clinicians and operational colleagues who work collaboratively to support our local and national partners. As part of the team, you will be able to draw on the support and expertise of project managers, communication professionals, senior operational leaders and experienced practising clinicians to develop your professional skills and support your career development. The role will be line-managed by the Deputy Programme Director.

It’s a varied role and you will work with a wide range of stakeholders, including clinicians (e.g. GPs and pharmacists), operational staff (e.g Practice Managers), senior commissioners (ICS and Integrated Care Partnership [ICP] level), patients, academic health science networks (AHSNs) across England, other NHS staff and the third sector.

Find out more and apply

For a full job specification and to apply, click here.