- Band 5
- Full time, 37.5 hours per week
- King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Denmark Hill
- £29,057 - £36,134 per annum, inc HCA
- 19/09/2019 23:59
King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of the UK’s largest and busiest teaching hospitals with a turnover of more £1 billion per year, 1.5 million patient contacts a year and more than 12,000 staff based across 5 main sites in South East London. The Trust provides a full range of local hospital services across its different sites, and specialist services from King’s College Hospital (KCH) sites at Denmark Hill in Camberwell and at the Princess Royal University Hospital (PRUH) site in Bromley.
Following a restructure during 2018 in addition to existing work the Transformation team has been allocated:
- The design, development and administration of the Continuous Improvement (CI) Hub
- Pathway redesign (internal and whole system – ERAS, Rapid Improvement of trauma Orthopaedic pathway, Value Based Healthcare and Digital Innovations).
Reporting to the Continuous Improvement Project Manager, the Project Support Officer is responsible for providing a timely and efficient administrative support service for the Transformation team, while providing administrative support to programmes and projects as required. This is a key supporting role to the effective running of the team, contributing to the coordinating of work ensuring compliance to our agreed service levels. The post holder will have current experience and working knowledge of Project Management tools and techniques and have the ability to work to tight deadlines.
The post-holder will be expected to appropriately manage confidential information, exercising discretion and upholding high professional and ethical standards at all times. We’re looking someone who is proactive, capable and has potential for further development within the Transformation team.
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