Project Manager  

Job Summary

Job Title: Project Manager
Availability: 1.0 posts available.
Location: Hybrid

NHS Grampian and NHS Highland have a unique opportunity for a Project Manager to join the Joint Maternity Programme Team.

The team are embarking on an ambitious programme to develop maternity services in the region. Following a review of maternity services at Dr Grays Hospital in Elgin and the submission of plans to Scottish Government, we are now moving rapidly to the implementation phase to achieve a goal of providing full obstetric services at Dr Gray’s. The implementation involves a partnership between NHS Highland and NHS Grampian.

We are seeking an individual with exceptional project management skills.

Experience Required:

Applicants should demonstrate experience of:

Leading and supporting the implementation of projects and clinical services, in conjunction with clinicians and local management, to support patient care and health improvement.  Working to required budgets and timescales.  Leading and facilitating change management and ensuring maximum benefit realisations from the effective implementation of the programme.

This is a hybrid working opportunity with an expectation of flexibility to meet programme needs.

This is a fixed term/secondment post for 2 years.

About Dr Gray’s Hospital:

Dr. Gray’s Hospital, Scotland’s smallest District General Hospital, is rich in history and character. The original building, dating back to 1819, is still in use for some practices. Additionally, a new hospital was opened in 1995 and undergoes continuous upgrades and development.

There are 181 beds – 153 inpatient, a 15 bed surgical day unit case and 13 ambulatory care beds serving a catchment population of about 132,000 spread between Forres and Macduff along the coast, and inland as far as Huntly and Tomintoul. Our hub tertiary centre (Aberdeen Royal Infirmary) is located 65 miles to the east.

The hospital has approximately 35 consultants working in the acute sector.

Informal enquiries and visits are encouraged.

For an informal discussion about this post, please contact  Jane Gill, Programme Director

Jane Gill Programme Director