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Job Details: STP Programme Business Manager

  • Specialism:
  • Strategy & Change
  • Sector:
  • NHS
  • Salary:
  • £250+ per day
  • Job Type:
  • Interim
  • Location:
  • East Midlands
  • Reference:
  • DL18481

A large NHS organisation is currently seeking an STP Business Manager to support the STP function within the organisation. 

Main Responsibilities:

  • Provide the PMO function of the DSU by tracking and reporting the progress of workstreams and projects against plan; 
  • Manage the business cycle for the Partnership Board, the Strategic Executive and the Collaborative Stakeholder Forum;
  • Liaison with workstream Senior Responsible Officers (SROs) in the production of monthly updates on progress at workstream and project levels;
  • Liaison with Commissioning Support Unit in the production of monthly updates on system performance;
  • Development of bespoke performance reports, updates and dashboards;
  • Population of performance reports, updates and dashboards;
  • Production of meeting schedules specifying what business conducted when;
  • Preparation of agendas and collation of reports
  • Acting as ‘Board Secretary’ to the Partnership Board, the Strategic Executive and the Collaborative Stakeholder Forum i.e. taking and drafting minutes, liaison with the chair, arranging meeting logistics;

A successful candidate will have: 

  • Programme and project management expertise;
  • Excellent ability to develop the systems, structures and processes underpinning the management of health and social care services;
  • High level oral and written communication;
  • Development and routine production of performance reports, KPI base dashboards and updates;
  • Undertake Corporate governance and the functioning of boards/ management teams. 


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