Programme Manager

NHS

Programme Manager

£58210

NHS, Adamsdown, Caerdydd - Cardiff

  • Full time
  • Temporary
  • Onsite working

Posted 1 week ago, 15 May | Get your application in now before you're too late!

Closing date: Closing date not specified

job Ref: 8269b76fad75450f918cd0ff236fa8cb

Full Job Description

The Programme Manager will lead the implementation and delivery of a range of high-profile programmes and workstreams across the organisation in collaboration with colleagues and partners.

Acting with the highest level of autonomy the postholder will be expected to be the strategic lead for managing complex programmes which impact across the organisation, Carry out project management and facilitation activities through planning, communication, monitoring and reportingEstablish and maintain relationships with relevant stakeholdersCoordinate activities with each site to finalise product requirements and agree site-specific service workflows and operating proceduresManage the staggered rollout of reusable surgical textiles across three hospital sites, including dry runs and waste auditOperate in line with regulatory standards and requirementsLead evaluation of project outputs, considering economic, environmental and social impactSupport the development of a value proposition and roadmap for reusable surgical textiles in NHS Wales

We have high standards and expect everyone to embrace our values of Listening & Learning, Working Together, Taking Responsibility & Innovating, whilst ensuring trust, honesty and compassion are implicit in everything that we do. We are adaptable, agile and flexible and pride ourselves on being a learning organisation - one where it is safe to make mistakes, where blame is replaced by opportunity, learning and improvement. Innovation is built into everything that we do. We recognise our people regularly and have an Appreciation Station, to encourage staff to applaud exemplary behaviour in one another, alongside an Annual Staff Recognition Award ceremony aligned to our values. We respect and value our people and strive for a culture of compassion and inclusivity. We are a bilingual organisation, and we have a team of Change Champions who advocate 'This is Our NWSSP' our principal change programme. Similarly, PROUD is our new staff network welcoming LGBT+ colleagues and allies to come
together in a safe space for discussions, event planning and the opportunity to build supportive networks. We have a comprehensive benefits package where there is something for everyone, supporting health, engagement and wellbeing and includes an Employee Assistance Programme. We have over 30 Mental Health First Aiders and work in partnership with local and national organisations to ensure the well-being and resilience of our people.