Salary: £40,500 salary plus fantastic benefits
Job ID: 165680
NRG are working exclusively with a large organisation in the healthcare sector and due to their continued growth are looking to recruit a Senior Technical Development Lead.
The role of the Senior Technical Development Lead is key to maintaining a highly motivated team within their specialism who pride themselves in quality and excellence of service.
Duties for this role include:
Primarily to manage and lead on IM&T Programmes to ensure efficient procurement and Implementation of a range of projects for client organisations. Ensure the delivery of projects to meet the quality standards required, on budget and within the prescribed timescales.
Formulating strategies for IM&T services.
Providing expert advice on a range of highly complex IM&T areas e.g. Wireless Networks. LAN / WAN
Specification, design and estimated costs for new IT System implementations, which impact across clinical and non-clinical areas.
Liaise with suppliers to ensure effective implementation of this design, by coordinated implementation of the new infrastructure
Analyse highly complex project & IM&T reports to present at the Trust Board
To lead, inspire and motivate others to high performance by agreeing clear goals and objectives, providing support and guidance and creating opportunities for development
Knowledge, Skills, Training and Experience
Highly Developed specialist knowledge across range of project management procedures and techniques underpinned by theory. In-depth knowledge of IM&T Systems and procedures acquired through a combination of specialist training and relevant study to masters degree or equivalent level. Degree or significant experience of project management.
Qualification and experience in project management methodology, to at least PRINCE2 Practitioner level or equivalent.
Skills and experience in business case development.
Skills and experience in NHS IM&T business case models.
Skills and experience in POISE 2 procurement guidance and processes.
Knowledge and practical understanding and experience of Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) procurement regulations.
Required to deal with highly complex facts or situations which require analysis, interpretation and comparison of a range of options.
Make judgments where there are conflicting views on the projects and on complex IM&T problems Required to carry out impact assessment on options in relation to budgets, staff and other resources, timetables and quality of outcomes.
Salary: Approx £40,500 starting salary plus fantastic public sector benefits.