Job Title: Project Support Officer Admin -small works/CAD
- The post holder will provide clerical and administrative project support to the Estates Capital Team, inclusive but not exclusive of general administration as and when required.
- This job role typically includes support in the co-ordination, scoping, and implementation of projects within Business Units and Trust-wide.
- You will support the Head of Projects and the rest of the Projects Team in ensuring projects are established, run, and monitored as part of the Trust’s annual Capital Plan.
- You will engage and support clinical and management teams to drive forward rapid redesign and deliver change.
- You will be a key member of the Projects Team and responsible for supporting the Head of Projects and support in the delivery of projects on a variety of topics – both clinical and non-clinical.
Formal Qualifications, education & training required
- Educated to A-Level standard or equivalent City and Guilds qualification
- Proven level of experience, equivalent to NVQ level 3
Essential skills and competencies
- Excellent time management skills
- Communication and relationship skills
- Analytical and judgemental skills
- Planning, and organisational skills
- IT skills
- Experience of providing advice to outside agencies i.e. building and engineering contractors, architects, etc. when operating in a hospital environment.
- Responsibilities for policy and service development and implementation, various financial and physical resources, will be required to be computer literate and have the ability to analyse and interpret data
- Produce reports relevant to the programme of work
- Undertakes audit and research in relation to projects.
The salary banding for any NHS post has a clearly defined start point, and salary progression based on nationally negotiated pay scales (Agenda for Change). These bandings and pay points are widely available https://www.nhsemployers.org/pay-pensions-and-reward/agenda-for-change/pay-scales/annual
The agreed starting point for any post is at the bottom of the pay scale with annual progression until the top of the pay scale is reached. Candidates should expect to start on the bottom of the pay scale for the role they are considering unless they have previous directly related NHS experience in a similar role.