Job Reference: 178-373-17
Employer:Ipswich Hospital NHS TrustDepartment:DiabetesLocation:IpswichSalary:31,696 - 41,787
Ipswich Hospital is one of the biggest acute hospitals in East Anglia, providing general acute services to around 330,500 people living in Mid and East Suffolk, and some specialist services to the population beyond that. The hospital has approximately 552 beds, we employ 3,500 people and have an annual turnover of 266m
Our most recent Care Quality Commission report rated the trust as 'Good' with our Urgent and Emergency Services being rated as 'Outstanding'
Ipswich Hospital has a strong track record in the provision of safe and high quality care. Among its many excellent services are an outstanding trauma and orthopaedics unit, a pioneering emergency assessment unit, a fully accredited gynae-oncology unit, level 2 neonatal care, and nationally recognised expertise in radiotherapy, diabetes and ENT. This hospital's facilities include the Garrett Anderson Centre, opened in 2008, which provides excellent facilities for A & E, critical care and day surgery. The hospital also has particular strengths in research and education, with strong links to the Universities of Cambridge and East Anglia.
Our values place our patients first, safety above everything, and place a clear emphasis on strong teamwork. If you share these values, we look forward to hearing from you.
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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a project manager with experience of managing diabetes related projects to join our Diabetes Inpatient team to deliver on a 21 month project on improving diabetes perioperative care.
The ideal candidate will have experience of writing diabetes related business cases, managing the delivery of diabetes research projects, analysing blood glucose databases, overseeing the build of bespoke data dashboards, providing data analysis and validation and presenting project outcomes at regional and national level.
The project manager will work alongside and support our innovative and nationally recognised Diabetes Inpatient Team and act as the project link between the diabetes inpatient team and surgical departments in the delivery of the specific project objectives.
The successful candidate will also have excellent attention to detail good communication skills and be experienced in liaising with both NHS stakeholders and leaders in the field of diabetes inpatient care, whilst also being flexible, innovative and open to different ways of working.
If we receive sufficient applications, this post may close before the stated closing date.
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Job Type:Fixed term (21 months)Working pattern:22.5 hours per weekPay Scheme:Agenda for changePay Band:7Staff Group:Administrative & ClericalSpecialty/Function:Internal Applicants Only
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