Spencer Clarke Group are looking for a Band 7 HR Project Manager as part of the NHS based in Prescot.
Contract – 3 month agency contract with a view to being extended on an ongoing basis.
Working hours – Monday – Friday 09:00 – 17:00
Rate of pay: £30+ per hour
Negotiable depending on experience
About the role
- Reporting to the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing, the HR Projects Manager will play a crucial role in setting up the CDH staffing model to support activity for 12 hour days 7 days per week. This includes developing rosters, mapping workforce gaps, coordinating temporary workforce requirements and developing recruitment plans and campaigns for both the Trust and the wider system. This will require the individual to work in collaboration with colleagues across the organisation including recruitment, temporary workforce, rostering, operational colleagues and the ESR team.
- To support the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing by taking lead responsibility for the implementation and delivery of workforce elements of the CDH Project.
- To provide regular information and updates on the progress of projects to key stakeholders.
- To provide project progress reports to the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing, Trust CDH Project Group, ICS Workforce Steering Group and ICS led Programme Board as required.
- To attend wider project meetings and organise and chair sub-group meetings as required, engaging with key stakeholders ensuring their input and involvement.
- To champion transformational change which enables the implementation of organisational and stakeholder changes.
- CIPD qualification and/or equivalent qualification and/or equivalent experience
- Experience as an HR specialist and/or in another management role
- Knowledge of current developments in the NHS Strategic Agenda
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