My client now has a two urgent vacancies for a Business Manager (Fixed Term Contract). These are interim until 30th June 2019. Sitting within my clients new business team, there roles are responsible for the delivery of specific highly complex transformational projects for clients.
My client works with health and social care systems to achieve better outcomes and improve performance, providing services such as clinical service expertise, programme and project management and bespoke services.
Sitting within my clients new business team, there Business Manager (Fixed Term Contract) roles are responsible for the delivery of specific highly complex transformational projects for clients.
You will be part of a dedicated new business service to a range of clients as part of the organisation's service portfolio. This core team lead the development of the New Business, prepare bids and undertake highly complex assignments across the country. Managing NHS transformation and QIPP agenda is a key objective, embracing performance improvement, innovation and change management within patient facing and support functions.
The New Business team will interact with other staff to ensure there is capacity available to meet assignments; be proactive in identifying new business opportunities; and be aware of all potential NECS service developments to meet the evolving picture of health and social care.
The successful Business Manager (Fixed Term Contract) will have the following demonstrable skills:
Proven track record managing the life cycle of an engagement project with a client.
Experience of managing multiple complex projects to a successful conclusion.
Ability to forge long-term working partnerships with individuals and groups from internal and external departments and organisations.
Experience in managing key elements of transformational projects.
Ability to demonstrate an informed interest in projects and complex problem solving in the NHS or public sector.
Ability to support and encourage teams when working under pressure to meet agreed objectives.
Excellent oral and written communications, with the ability to receive and provide highly complex or sensitive information.
Excellent analytical skills, with the ability to assess and monitor progress and make adjustments to plans where necessary.
Presentation, negotiation, influencing and persuasion skills.
Ability to attend Stockton-on-Tees, N. Yorkshire office location and meet uk travel and flexible working requirements of the role.
Up to £60k basic salary DOE + benefits