- Project Administration Assistant
- NHS AfC:Band 4/ Monitor 4.2 (indicative)
- Full time 37.5 hours per week
- Cheylesmore House (2nd floor), Quinton Road, Coventry
- £19,409 - £22,683 per annum
- 22/03/2018 23:59
NHS Improvement is responsible for overseeing foundation trusts, NHS trusts and independent providers. We offer the support these providers need to give patients consistently safe, high quality, compassionate care within local health systems that are financially sustainable. By holding providers to account and, where necessary, intervening, we help the NHS to meet its short-term challenges and secure its future.
NHS Improvement is the operational name for the organisation that brings together Monitor, NHS Trust Development Authority, Patient Safety, the National Reporting and Learning System, the Advancing Change team and the Intensive Support Teams.
The Advancing Change and Transformation (ACT) Academy has been working for many years on developing and delivering development programmes to support NHS staff and their system partners. The ACT Academy Project Administrator role supports our two suites of programmes, Transformational Change through System Leadership (TCSL) and Quality, Service Improvement and Redesign (QSIR).
The purpose of the Project Administrator role is to support the ACT Programmes Project Support Officer in providing efficient and effective administrative services to the ACT Academy Director and manager(s)/associates. This will include diary management, travel arrangements, document management (such as filing and photocopying for team meetings), preparation of a range of resources for educational workshops, event organisation and minute taking, logistics co-ordination, correspondence management.
The post holder will act as the first point of contact for the department, dealing with general queries and providing general administrative support.
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SHOKUR, Daljit (NHS IMPROVEMENT - T1520) firstname.lastname@example.org