Integration Project Manager

Posted 04 March 2021

City & County Healthcare Group is a family of care companies delivering domiciliary care, extra care, complex care and live-in care services across the UK. As an industry leader, we’re bound by a common set of values and principles in providing flexible, community-based care support of the highest standard that actively promotes the independence, dignity and choice for our clients and customers while promoting staff support and development.

Due to our continued growth, we are looking for an Integration Project Manager to join our IT service centre on a 12 Month Fixed Term Contract.  This is a home based role, with regular travel to our offices in Staffordshire and the North West.

This is great opportunity to manage a dynamic internal project team who are accountable for supporting the full front and back office integration of newly acquired business. The Integration Project Manager is primarily an advocate of change within the business and must personally utilize and develop effective process and project management skills across multiple workstreams. As a key part of a fast paced dynamic team, the Integration Project Manager will be responsible for ensuring the Integration team are aligned and consistently working to plan and timescale during the rollout phases.

Key Skills and Experience

    • Confident and natural communicator with an inspiring quality
    • Proven working experience in project management
    • PRINCE2, AGILE or other Project Management qualifications
    • Change management experience, including communications, engagement and behavioural and cultural change
    • Organising and overseeing change programmes and plans
    • Proven track record of coaching and supporting a diverse team across a wide geography
    • Excellent leadership skills with the ability to drive high performing teams
    • Able to influence across the organisation, effectively leading change, initiating ideas and championing and gaining commitment
    • Change and project management skills and related experience
    • Experience and knowledge of change management principles, methodologies and tools
    • Ability to understand the culture, business processes, technology requirements and challenges
    • Strong planning and organising skills, including the ability to manage several work streams simultaneously
    • Experience of coaching and supporting a field based team.
    • Full UK Driving License

If you have the right blend of skills, knowledge and leadership experience and are looking for a chance to join a growing orgainastion then we'd love to hear from you. 

City and County Healthcare are an equal opportunities employer.

Contact information

Jane Anning

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