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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 31/03/2019.

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Digital Project Manager

Job Reference: 983-CCG-5248HB

Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group
Digital Project
£28,050 to £36,644 pa

Please note:


  • We do not accept applications from agencies.

  • This vacancy will close once a suitable number of applications have been submitted.

  • We make every effort to contact all candidates to let them know the outcome of their application. However, if you haven't heard back from us within 2 weeks after the closing date, please assume that your application has not been successful.

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    Wiltshire CCG is seeking a self-motivated, organised, innovative individual to join our newly formed digital team, who ideally has experience of project management, support and working within a transformative IT/Digital team environment. Have exceptional organisational skills, with attention to detail and excellent communication skills.


    The post holder will work as part of a dynamic team to provide the support and expertise to help the CCG to deliver transformational digital changes to providers, partner organisations and wider afield. The Digital Project Manager will contribute to the provision of an efficient, effective and high quality professional and well-coordinated Digital Team.


    The post holder will be responsible for (but not limited to):


  • Supporting multiple projects, demonstrating the skills and capability to work within CCG to support the commissioning and provision of digital technologies and solutions.

  • Working collaboratively with project team members to deliver allocated project tasks that contribute to service improvement and redesign and ensuring delivery meets the vision, aims and objectives of the CCG.

  • Supporting to maintain up to date delivery plans.

  • Engaging with colleagues across the organisation and wider afield, scheduling and running monthly meetings, responding to their queries.

  • Supporting the effective reporting of project progress, risk and issues across the portfolio.

  • Liaising with counterparts in partner organisations

  • Supporting all arrangements for project meetings.

  • Managing the action tracker and managing the risk register.

  • Developing and maintaining documents, knowledge and best practice.

  • Supporting the Digital Transformation Manager in delivering performance assurance, reporting and governance.

  • Providing updates to the Digital Transformation Manager on the progress of projects they are supporting.

  • Liaising with a range of stakeholders including professional regulators, CCGs, and the Care Quality Commission, sometimes in a rapidly developing situation.


    Core working hours will be 37.5 hours per week (excluding lunch) and the successful candidate will be expected to manage that time effectively depending on the requirements of the role. Wiltshire CCG also provides the following benefits to its employees:


  • Support of a healthy and safe environment/secure building.

  • Free car parking.

  • Flexible working policies/supportive approach to individual need.

  • Team working/matrix working.

  • Staff Partnership Forum to enable joint decision making.

Access to development opportunities.

Wiltshire CCG is obligated to manage conflicts of interest effectively in order to protect healthcare professionals and maintain public trust in the NHS. In order to support Wiltshire CCG in meeting this obligation, applicants should declare any real or perceived interest which, if employed by the CCG, may have an adverse bearing on the organisation. Declarations of interest must be made in the supporting information section of any application. If an applicant does not have an interest to declare they should clearly state ‘No interests to declare’ within the supporting information section.

Please note that failure to provide information about an interest or a ‘No interests to declare’ statement at this stage of the application process will result in your application not being considered.

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