The Pioneering Care Partnership (PCP) is an award-winning North East charity whose mission is ‘Health, Well-being and Learning for All’.
Pioneering Care Partnership is currently seeking a motivated and focused self-starter to join our successful team. You will be managing multiple projects, including; Healthwatch Stockton-on-Tees, Stockton Independent Complaints Advocacy Service, Stockton Service Navigation Project and Step Forward Tees Valley.
Job Title: Project Lead Location: Catalyst House, Stockton Band/Salary: Band 8a/b (£28,146 – £31,805) per annum Hours: 37.5 per week
To effectively and efficiently deliver and sustain projects and services for the Pioneering Care Partnership (PCP).
To effectively develop and deliver Healthwatch, assisting the Board to ensure that Healthwatch operates in line with legislation and is accountable to the community.
To successfully line manage project teams and support achievement of performance targets and milestones in-line with commissioner, funder and PCP expectations.
To support the growth and development of projects as appropriate.
Key skills required:
The successful candidate will require extensive knowledge of both health and social care services and local, regional social prescribing initiatives. An ability to motivate and lead multiple project teams with excellent budget management skills being essential. The ability to operate effectively within strategic areas is also vital.
If you would like to know more about this exciting opportunity and would like an application pack, please contact the HR Department on: Telephone: (01325) 313133 Email: email@example.com Or download it from their Website: www.pcp.uk.net
Please note that the Pioneering Care Partnership does not accept CV’s as part of the application process.
Closing Date for applications: Midnight on 6 May 2019 Interviews to be held: Monday 13 May 2019
Pioneering Care Partnership is an equal and diverse employer and particularly welcome applicants from groups who are currently underrepresented at PCP, such as males, people with sensory impairments and carers.