- Corporate Operational Directorate
- Band 6
- Fixed Term - 12 Months
- Full Time 37.5 Hours per week
- King's Health Partners, Counting House, Guy's Hospital, Great Maze Pond London SE1 9TN
- £33,660 - £43,307 pa Inc
- Today at 23:59
We are looking for a candidate to fill a position of Mind and Body Assistant Project Manager. The post holder will work autonomously to lead and project manage several Mind and Body projects. They will undertake a range of tasks that require the application of project management methodologies, and the exercise of initiative to a significant level. The role will require the deployment of strong organisational, analytical and management skills, and will ultimately drive progress and performance of the Programme as a whole.
Applicants should have a proven track record of collaborative working across a range of partners and organisations, sound analytical skills, and successful project delivery. As an excellent communicator, the post holder must demonstrate excellent verbal and non-verbal influencing skills, as well as the ability to interpret complex information.
King’s Health Partners (KHP) was established by its founding partners nine years ago, unified by a common purpose “to improve health and well-being, locally and globally”. The collective weight of the partners has been applied to this challenge comprising a leading university, King’s College London (KCL), two large and prominent NHS acute Foundation Trusts, Guy’s and St Thomas’, (GSTT) and King’s College Hospital, (KCH), and the UK’s largest mental health Foundation Trust, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM), who together represent a £3.2bn partnership, with 40,000 staff and 30,000 students and 4.2m patient contacts annually. Our mission is delivered across 22 Clinical Academic Groups.
There are three parts to our mission, excellence in research, education and clinical care. To support our mission, we are delivering programmes of work to join up mental and physical healthcare so that we treat the whole person, mind and body, increase the value of the care we provide and the outcomes we achieve for our patients and service users, Integrate care across local primary, secondary and social care services to make it easier for people to get the care and support they need, improve the public health of our local community by tackling inequalities and supporting people to live healthy live, bring together our collective strength and expertise in a range of specialist areas to deliver world-leading care, research and education, we are uniquely structured to deliver our mission for excellence. Our Services bring together all the clinical services and staff from the three trusts with the relevant Servicess of King’s College London.
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