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An opportunity has arisen in the Central Primary Care Team at BCU Health Board for a project management to assist in the establishment and delivery of projects in the Conwy West Cluster. The role is new and will entail supporting the Cluster leads in setting up projects establishing project governance and reporting, as well as actively managing some projects directly. The jobholder will lead on collation of project reports. This is an exciting opportunity and will suit a self-motivated project or project office professional, seeking to make a difference in the NHS and capable of skillfully supporting the management team in bringing the benefits of project structure and governance to a fast-paced and challenging environment and contributing to bringing the cluster vision into reality.
Conwy West Cluster Background
The origins of cluster networks (formerly known Localities) can be found in the Welsh Government (WG) document Setting the Direction (2009).
Subsequently, WG published the following documents, which outlines the vision of cluster to be influential and essential in the delivery of primary and community care services and contribution to the intermediate medium term plan (IMTP) of the Local Health Board (LHB):
In addition during 2018, Betsi Cadwaladr LHB published its 3-year plan 2018/21, in which the Care Closer to Home strategy is outlined.
Against this background, Conwy West Cluster continues to evolve and is presently on the cusp of exciting change and development as it moves toward becoming the influential body envisioned and in support of this and to contribute to the ongoing development.
The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; Welsh and/or English speakers are equally welcome to apply.
Closing date - 05th August, 2020
Welsh language skills are desirable
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