Are you an improvement professional looking for a challenging and rewarding role that allows you to make a real difference in people's lives? The British Red Cross is currently seeking a Health Improvement Manager to join our new Health Delivery Unit and support our transformation and improvement work in Health.
In this role, you will be responsible for designing and implementing projects to benefit the health and wellbeing of people in our communities. You'll work closely with our teams of volunteers and staff to identify opportunities to continuously improve our health and social care services that meet the needs of the most vulnerable.
Acting as the lead and manage several change projects and workstreams throughout the change lifecycle, ensuring delivery to agreed scope, cost, quality, and timescales, effectively managing conflicting deadlines and priorities with multiple stakeholders.
Providing improvement expertise, leadership, and support as required to project teams, sponsors and any other stakeholders working within Heath and Local Crisis Response.
Using and knowing change tools and methodologies and increase the usage of such methodologies across Health and Local Crisis Response by supporting communities of practice and knowledge transfer.
Working with service experts and area teams to understand their current processes and help them identify and prioritise opportunities for improvement.
You'll also be a key member of our Health Delivery Unit, working closely with other managers to shape the direction of our services and to ensure they are meeting the highest standards. And you'll be a champion for the Red Cross, building relationships with delivery partners and stakeholders to promote our work and raise awareness of the issues we're tackling.
** A day in the life of a Health Improvement Manager will include;**
To be a successful Health Improvement Manager you’ll need;
Proven experience in an improvement or change role.
Strong strategic and analytical skills
Excellent communication and relationship-building skills.
A natural ability to secure commitment from others to change programmes and able to use persuasion and influence to enthuse others to develop and improve services.
A passion for improving health and social care services.
A flexible and adaptable approach, with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
Closing date for applications is 2nd October 2023 with interviews to follow.
For more information and to apply, click 'Apply Here'.