We have an exciting opportunity for a suitably experienced individual to join Lincolnshire County Council's Adult Care and Community Wellbeing directorate as a Project Manager (Information and Systems Officer) within the Information and Systems Team, to manage the delivery of Information and Advice projects.
Manage the delivery of information and advice projects for Adult Care and Community Wellbeing
Lead and direct activities which contribute to organisational and service specific improvement
Maintain project information, monitor and review the progress of development work, and coordinate resources as appropriate
Provide timely updates to managers and colleagues, highlighting any issues and successes
Interpret the requirements of existing and new stakeholders
Engage in imaginative and creative problem solving
Supervise the work of project support staff
About the Role
This permanent opportunity will sit within the Public Health team which is based on the Lincoln campus but there is opportunity to work from home or flexibly, at Lancaster House and other satellite offices across the county.
In this role you will:
We are seeking to appoint someone with the right skills and experience who has empathy, drive, enthusiasm, flexibility, and commitment. Candidates will require a good working knowledge of adult care, with a particular interest or experience in the provision of information and advice.
The post requires you to be a resilient, confident, and capable person who can establish and build excellent working relationships with colleagues internally, and with other agencies, stakeholders, partners, and suppliers.
You will need a sound understanding of project management methods and IT, presentation, and evidence-based reporting skills. You will need these attributes to reliably inform decision making and influence service and strategy development.
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