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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 09/05/2021.

PMO Administrator

Job Reference: 415-Z21-200

Employer:
Northern Devon Healthcare Trust
Department:
Digital Programme Office
Location:
Barnstaple
Salary:
£19,737 - £21,142 Per Annum Pro Rata

Digital Programme Office Digital Programme Administrator

We have an exciting opportunity for a Band 3 Digital Programme Administrator to join the Digital Programme Office working 37.5 hours per week. The role will provide high quality administrative and clerical support as required across the Digital Programme, all associated projects and the wider Digital Services team, working within a fast paced environment.

The Digital Programme Office sits within the wider Digital Healthcare Services department and is responsible for the planning and delivery of technology projects across the Trust. Our aim is to consider how best to use Digital to deliver better services for users.

As the PMO Administrator you will be involved with the day to day running of the Programme Office, providing high level board meeting administration support, including supporting Senior Managers to prepare agenda’s ensuring papers are compiled and sent in a timely fashion, providing high quality professional support to the meeting, both in facilitation and minute taking, in line with the PMO operation processes for meeting support. You will be supporting the Project Delivery Team with administration elements of project deliverables.

The successful candidate will demonstrate an aptitude for organising, logical thinking, methodical working ability and attention to detail. You will be a team player but have the ability to work and solve problems on your own as well as being able to create and maintain effective working relationships across all levels of the organisation. You will be a dedicated individual who enjoys change and is keen to learn and develop.

The post is currently based at home due to Covid-19 working arrangements, however in the future is likely to be based at 23 Castle St, Barnstaple / Northern Devon District Hospital or similar Barnstaple location, with some home working.

While the job description is comprehensive, due to the current ongoing situation with Covid-19 and a number of significant changes under way across the Trust, the specific duties of this post may be subject to change.

Closing Date: 9th May 2021




This post is being offered as Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust and the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust continue to develop our long standing partnership with a view to becoming a single integrated organisation across Eastern and Northern Devon. Working together gives us the opportunity to offer unique and varied careers across our services combining the RD&E’s track record of excellence in research, teaching and links to the university with NDHT’s innovation and adaptability.

Our values guide everything we do. At all times, we aim to:

  • Demonstrate compassion
  • Strive for excellence
  • Respect diversity
  • Act with integrity
  • Listen and support others

Our teams of care professionals work with patients and their families to support peoples’ independence, health and wellbeing. We provide support to avoid hospital admissions, and if an admission is necessary, we try to make each patient’s stay in hospital as short and effective as possible before working with them on a safe discharge home.

In our most recent staff survey, our staff voted us in the top 10% of NHS provider organisations to work for and we also came out as the top provider in the South West for our overall results. Our patients (through the Friends and Family Test) regularly report an average of over 95% satisfaction with our services.

Please note that we may close this vacancy early if we receive a high volume of applicants.

Pay award due with effect from Thursday 1st April 2021, implementation pending NHS Employers publication.



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