Transformation Delivery Manager

121 Recruitment
From £520 to £650 per day PAYE or Umbrella Company Pay Rate
10 Aug 2017
19 Aug 2017
The successful candidate will have the relevant skills and experience specified below for this 11/1 2 month temporary contract based in Surrey. Please Note: This assignment sits inside, in-scope of IR35. Job Description: Manage the development and deployment of IT solutions; Managing change and risk management and the interaction between development and support services; Take ownership of technical design decisions throughout the delivery; Facilitating project decision-making around the appropriate way to achieve deployment; Ensure service delivery adheres to the appropriate standards. Educated to masters level or equivalent level of experience of working at a senior level in specialist area. Skills for direct line management and job management. Skills for delivering results through managing through others and using a range of levers in the absence of direct line management responsibility. As a Transformation Delivery Manager, the post holder will work as part of a dynamic team in delivering an effective service supporting managers and staff across the Specialised Commissioning South Sector and local health system to deliver QIPP schemes across their local system, identify and work up potential future schemes and strategy. The post holder will lead the provision of an efficient, effective and high quality professional and well co-ordinated Transformation service capable of meeting all statutory, regulatory and NHS requirements ensuring alignment with the activity of the organisation. . The post holder will be responsible for: Managing the local QIPP deliver, including developing and managing the annual Transformational QIPP schemes alongside the Programme of Care Leads, progress and dashboard reporting and risk and issue management. Manage all necessary QIPP returns, including planning and strategy returns. Develop and implement schemes to ensure information is properly managed and best practice is shared across the team, Directorate and the wider NHS organisations as appropriate. Taking a specific and detailed interest in one of the priority areas, to work with the team to develop future transformational schemes Maintaining effective relationships with key partners, including the chief officers and chairs of the CCGs, chief executives of the main NHS Acute providers, , the chief executives, directors of adult social care and directors of public health of the local authorities, colleagues within NHS England, NHS Improvement, Health Education, Commissioning Support Unit and other partners Ensuring alignment of the QIPP workstreams to each other, to other local plans ongoing within the STP footprint, and to other programmes, with input from colleagues at NHS England and other partners. Key Functional Responsibilities Operational requirements Working within the overall strategic objectives, devise, implement and monitor the strategy. Evaluate, interpret and locally implement best practice. Develop and implement qualitative and quantitative measures to determine performance against the organisational strategy. Report progress against the strategy through personal representation at senior management forums and by written reports. Tailoring delivery to meet the needs of the audience. Ensure that best practice is developed and delivered at organisational and departmental levels. Challenge ways of working and persuade, motivate and influence other senior managers to realign their practice where necessary. Ensure that appropriate strategies are employed in line with business objectives and that these are fully cascaded. Personally lead, support and contribute to formal negotiations with senior level internal and external stakeholders, providing a high level of negotiating expertise to secure the most advantageous arrangements. Advise on innovative opportunities and support all departments in their strategies and programmes to maximise service benefits. Oversee the tracking of progress against plans and transition milestones, ensuring appropriate processes are in place to flag issues, Ensure the securing of value for money, assuring relevant factors such as quality and governance. ?To monitor, interpret and quality assure progress against deliverables. Quality assurance and progress of deliverables to the NHSCB that often require adjustments specifically in relation to the complex corporate business agenda, strategic objectives and the business planning process To develop business plans and provide expert strategic and policy advice and guidance on all areas of the National Director’s portfolio. Devise, manage and update policies and procedures, ensuring the adoption of best practice methodology, rules, standards and thresholds. Supports the creation and locally implements the operational strategy and business plan, clearly identifying links to national, regional and local priorities and policy objectives. Contributes to the development and implementation of general policy and service development. Develops and implements strategies for improving performance and processes, ensuring stakeholders representation. D?rives and leads development and improvement of processes. ?Drives process efficiency in the continuous development of the end -to end cycle and its associated performance metrics. ?Accountable for short, medium and long term business plans, achieving quality outcomes. Responsible for linking people, resource and strategy to organisational strategy. Financial and Physical Resources Budgetary responsibility for a function and the services provided within requiring transformation Developing an excellent organisation To ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of all staff within the department To ensure compliance with all confidentiality and governance requirements within the department ?To adhere to the NHS Managers Code of Conduct and any other relevant professional codes of conduct at all times that function. Evaluating value for money of new contracts, monitoring the performance Enabling patient and public involvement To act as a champion for patients and their interests and involve the public and patients in the policy development and decision-making of NHS England. To ensure all public and patient contact with the office is of the highest professional standard. To embed patient and public involvement within NHS England at all levels of decision making. Promoting equality and reducing inequalities To uphold organisational policies and principles on the promotion of equality. ?To create an inclusive working environment where diversity is valued, everyone can contribute, and everyday action Experience Required: Subject matter expertise across a number of key areas relating to commissioning, QIPP and programme delivery Evidence of post qualifying and continuing professional development Senior management experience Must have an understanding of the background to and aims of current healthcare policy and appreciate the implications of this on engagement Should have an appreciation of the relationship between the Department of Health, NHS England and individual provider and commissioning organisations. The successful candidate will have a valid Disclosure of Scotland or be willing to apply for one on CV submission. Please Note: The lower pay rate advertised in this job description is the PAYE daily pay rate. The higher pay rate advertised in this job description is the highest Umbrella Company daily pay rate that the client is willing to pay up to. This job was originally posted as

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