Join us and become part of the most engaged workforce of any NHS trust in England, according to the latest national NHS Staff Survey results - for the second year running.
You will be joining a dynamic and forward-looking organisation in the heart of the capital where you can develop your career and broaden your horizons.
We think you will enjoy working for us but you don't have to take our word for it - 79% of staff who took part in the latest national NHS Staff Survey would recommend Guy's and St Thomas' as a place to work. Healthy London Partnership (HLP) is looking for motivated and highly skilled staff to work with London for London across a range of projects to transform health and care.
Working together to make London the healthiest city in the world
HLP brings together the NHS in London and our partners to deliver better health and care for all Londoners.
Our partners include the Mayor of London, Greater London Authority, Public Health England, London Councils and Health Education England. We believe that collectively we can make London the healthiest global city in the world by uniting all of London to deliver the ambitions set out in Better Health for London: Next Steps and the national Five Year Forward View.
We work to deliver the changes best done once for London. We are also in the unique position to support the delivery of the sustainability and transformation partnerships in the five areas across London with strategic advice, resources and staff embedded in the areas.
What we do:
- Work across London to deliver on national, London and local aspirations aiming to make London the healthiest city in the world.
- Bring together political drive, academic research and delivery networks to make sure change is taken forward at every level.
- Attract additional funding to London for transformation work Horizon scan, share lessons learnt and best practice, undertake evaluation, data and policy analysis to make sure London's health and care system has access to the most up to date research and information
- Bring together and facilitate London wide networks to build consistent standards of care so all Londoners have access to the best possible health and care services
- Work on once for London products and support where this is the most efficient and effective model for improving health and care for Londoners
Join Healthy London Partnership and you will have the opportunity to shape a healthier future for our capital and build an exciting career. This role is flexible and you will be allocated to projects that match your skill set providing the opportunity to work across a range of projects in both health and care. We will work with you to ensure that you are supported in developing your career whilst having the opportunity to work on some of the most strategic and transformative programmes in London.
We want to work with London's best talent. People who act with integrity and want to work in an open, agile and collaborative way. People who are smart and ambitious, innovators with enquiring minds who are not afraid to question the 'norms' in health and care. People with a range of skills and from a range of backgrounds who have never tired of trying to change health and care services from the inside out and from the outside in.
We are looking to recruit one post for a Senior Programme Manager
This post is band 8c and is a full time Fixed term post until March 2021. The post holder will be responsible for supporting the delivery of the transformation agenda as set out in the GP Forward View, the Long Term plan and the new GP contract. This role will be integral to the successful running of the team including providing senior leadership, primary care expertise and working closely with STP and CCG leads as well as other stakeholders. The post will be working across a range of areas but particularly supporting the development of at scale primary care delivery across London including the establishment of primary care networks, leading on improving access and overseeing the implementation of delivery plans and programme reporting to support successful delivery of set outcomes.
Applicants must have knowledge and experience of working in primary care contracting and transformation including experience of working with federations and primary care networks. The successful individual will be able to demonstrate experience of engagement with a wide range of stakeholders including at a senior level and across systems, have highly developed written and verbal communication skills and an ability to work in a complex and changing environment.
The post holder will be based at both Fergus