Job title:                         Programme Manager – Carers

Salary:                              £40,428 - £48,514

Working Pattern:         37.5 hours

Duration:                        Fixed Term until 31/03/2019

Base:                                Health and Social Care Partnership within the Adult Social Care Transformation Team with the location being 3 Piccadilly Place or Churchgate House, Manchester

Link to advert:              https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/542aabb1e4a37f1443654fc5c3e711bf/?vac_ref=914761718


The Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership (GMHSCP), established in April 2016, is the body made up of the 34 NHS organisations and councils in the city region (with reach into primary care, regulators, the community, voluntary sectors and Health watch) that is overseeing devolution and taking charge of the £6bn health and social care budget. We are looking to appoint a Programme Manager to join the Adult Social Care Transformation Team to work specifically on the Carers Programme.

 The Programme Manager will:

 •Lead on GMHSCP Carers programmes of work ensuring that that implementation planning and delivery maintains focus and achieves its milestones and objectives and outcomes

 •Have a prominent role in communication of the strategy with carers and across health and social care and the voluntary and community sector

 •Develop, manage and successfully deliver complex, high value-programmes and initiatives, taking direct responsibility for the successful delivery of all elements to agreed levels of time, budget and quality

 •Manage and co-ordinate resources effectively, ensuring that programme requirements are fully identified, including staffing, financial and ICT requirements

 •Ensure that change is managed effectively by working with relevant programme teams and key stakeholders internally and externally and across sector.

 •Play a key role ensuring the implementation and delivery of the GMHSCP programmes to support the achievement of the Greater Manchester strategic plan and Locality Plan objectives.

 •This role will also play a key part in the HSCSP and the implementation of its broader objectives in health and adult social care and will be a part of a growing and diverse GM team.

 To meet this challenge, you will experienced in programme management and be able to successfully drive activities and implement changes in a complex system. You will have a great value base with a passion to improve lives and make a difference. This is a front facing role and will work primarily with external partners – you will be the main interface between these, the Partnership and other sectors. Ideally you will have experience and/or an understanding of adult social care or related areas however it is the work stream leadership experience that we seek with transferrable skills from other roles within the NHS, local government, social housing, not for profit, management consulting or private health sectors.