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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a 1.0 WTE permanent post and 1.8 WTE temporary posts for a one year fixed-term within the Outpatient and Associated services directorate. These posts provide project management across a range of clinical services and multiple hospital sites. You will be able to influence the development of this role as projects progress, working closely with Senior Project Leads.
You will play a pivotal role in supporting the delivery of modernisation and quality improvement projects across a number of key specialties. The role requires close and effective working with a wide range of colleagues from primary and secondary care.
We are looking for an individual who has experience of successfully managing projects or has TRAK patient management system experience, welcoming applicants who wish to pursue a career in Project Management as a permanent post or as a secondment opportunity with a view to develop their project management skills
The work is aligned to the Scottish Access Collaborative and the new Modernising Patient Pathways Programme, which collectively aim to improve patient journeys by delivering sustainable changes to support safe, effective, and person-centred care.