Senior Project Manager – North East London
30 January 2022
UCLPartners Proactive Care and CVD Prevention team aims to support a step change improvement in the detection and management of several long-term conditions in order to prevent heart attacks and strokes at scale and to reduce health inequalities. We work with our local partners and others across England, supporting the healthcare system to take a proactive approach in supporting patients at risk of cardiovascular disease through supporting them to implement the UCLPartners Proactive Care Frameworks. These frameworks focus on stratifying patients based on clinical need and risk and making use of the wider primary care workforce to deliver care to patients. We believe this approach will improve population health and has the potential to reduce health inequalities.
The role will be embedded in a team of hardworking practising clinicians and operational colleagues who work are passionate about transforming the quality of health care for the 6 million people living in UCLPartners’ geography. As part of this dynamic 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.
This is a varied role requiring you to work collaboratively 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.
Whilst the role will predominantly focus on implementation in North East London, there may be opportunities to support national implementation. Depending on organisation priority, the role may also be required to support other projects and programmes.
We’re looking for a dynamic and self-motivated Senior Project Manager who is excited by the opportunity to support transformation of long-term condition management in primary care. The person will be interested in cardiovascular disease prevention, be confident engaging with operational and clinical leaders in Primary Care Networks and have strong project delivery skills. The person will also be an effective communicator, able to manage a busy portfolio of work and work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders.
If you are interested in this role, please read the full job description here.
If you have any questions about this role, please contact Laura Boyd at Laura.Boyd@uclpartners.com