Project Support Manager.
Bristol / contract / Up to £30,615.00
A Project Support Manager is needed for an inclusive and collaborative company to work on a fixed-term basis for an NHS Trust in Bristol.
This is post that is both onsite and remote working and comes with a salary up to £30,615.00. The IT Project Support Manager will provide project management support for a portfolio of projects and work packages. This will involve the business case development, all planning activities, risk and issue management, monitoring and co-ordination of tasks, negotiation and conflict management and representing the project managers.
The Project Support Manager’s prime responsibility is to ensure that together with the project
manager, assigned projects produce the required deliverables within the defined quality, time and
cost constraints and to facilitate full realisation of benefits defined in the Business Case. If you have significant Project Support Manager experience, we want to hear from you.
The post will also support the activities of the wider IM&T service, providing administrative
support to the Chief Information Officer (CIO) and other senior IM&T managers.
The primary skills required of the Project Support Manager should include:
• Prior NHS experience
• Knowledge of the PRINCE2 methodology and the PRINCE2 Project support functions
• Working knowledge of a wide range of IT packages including MS Project, Word, Excel,
• Commitment and willingness to undertake on-going training and development
• Good presentational skills both verbal and written
• Ability to negotiate with and motivate staff to facilitate delivery of elements of a project
• Ability to link own elements of the project with the wider project and other
• Ability to plan elements of projects across different hospital sites/teams/services
• Ability to analyse a range of facts or situations, requiring comparison of a range of options.
• Have the ability to communicate effectively with both internal and external stakeholders
• Ensure project elements are delivered on time, to plan and to cost
• To be able to deliver work to strict deadlines