Project OfficerVacancy posted: Wednesday, 12 October 2016
Salary: £22218 to £28746 per annum Benefits: Multiple posts (Permanent & Fixed Term/SecondmentFull time/part time)
Closing date: 25 October 2016
Job ref. no.: HIS839
Multiple posts (Permanent & Fixed Term/Secondment)
£22,218 - £28,746 (Band 5, Full time/part time)
We are the national healthcare improvement organisation for Scotland and part of NHS Scotland. We engage with those who provide care in hospitals, GP practices, clinics, NHS boards and with patients, carers, communities and the public and currently developing a range of new approaches to support improvements in health and social care across Scotland.
We have a range of exciting opportunities within several teams for enthusiastic and positive individuals who can provide professional project support. As a Project Officer you will co-ordinate and support project activity (including event planning and project meetings), produce regular progress reports to enable teams to deliver agreed outcomes within timescales, cost and to a high standard. Being educated to degree level (and/or with equivalent experience in a similar project support role) you will be able to work on your own initiative, manage and prioritise a busy schedule whilst possessing excellent communication, interpersonal and organisational skills.
Opportunities exist in multiple teams including The Improvement Hub, The Clinical and Evidence Directorates in Edinburgh and Glasgow on a permanent or fixed term/secondment basis (further details of the directorates and teams are available within the application pack from our website).
If you are keen to apply your project skills to help us continually drive improvement in the quality of healthcare for all people in Scotland, we would welcome an application from you (making it clear which mode of work you are able to consider).
About Healthcare Improvement Scotland
Healthcare Improvement Scotland is a health body formed on the 1 April 2011. It has been created by the Public Services Reform (Scotland) Act 2010 and marks a change in the way the quality of healthcare across Scotland will be supported nationally.
As an organisation, we support health and social care providers in Scotland to deliver high quality, evidence-based, safe, effective and person-centred care; and to provide public assurance about the quality and safety of that care
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