- Pay Rate:
£135.76 per day PAYE
- Hours per Week:
Anticipated 5 months
Role: Organisational Performance Specialist
Contract Length: Anticipated 5 months with a potential option to extend for the right candidate
Location: Work From Home, with occasional travel to Swansea, SA1 8PH
Hours per week: Monday to Friday 37.5 hours per week 08.00 - 18.00
Pay Rate: £135.76 per day PAYE
Our client is looking to hire an Organisational Performance Specialist for approximately 5 months (with a potential option to extend for the right candidate).
Following PMF guidelines develop and gain agreement on performance management requirements, procedures and KPIs between users of and contributors to the IOPR across directorate and functional boundaries, and highly complex multi-faceted IT infrastructures where resistance to change/compliance is significant.
Utilise developed communication skills to engage with, advise and train teams, managers, departments and other large groups on the requirements and complexities of the PMF, which may include procurements, budget and quality requirements as defined by the scope of the PMF.
- Plan and arrange review meetings including their risks, issues and action plans, ensuring that outstanding items are prioritised, monitored and progressed to conclusion within agreed time scales.
- Manage the methodology and technical requirements of measuring and monitoring levels of service delivery within distributed environments.
- Responsible for managing specific processes that support Organisational Performance and the implementation of the PMF.
- Responsible for keeping performance management information systems up to date to support day to day activities and practice change process.
- Be responsible for the production and implementation of Continuous Service Improvement Plans.
- To attend national and local meetings and events in person as directed.
- Incidental contact within the care environment through attendance at meetings in clinical settings.
- Contributing to the development and implementation of policies, processes, procedures and reporting across multiple functions for specific Directorates.
- Provide assistance to directorates in terms of performance and budget monitoring, reporting and insights.
- Support the Organisational Performance Manager, Organisational Performance Lead, Head of Organisational Performance and other functional Business Partners in developing appropriate performance models and KPIs.
- Responsible for providing appropriate work-based training and coaching to team members to ensure that they are able to perform their roles competently.
- Responsible for the provision, capture and accessibility of Organisational Performance documentation and systems, and supporting information requirements including development and production of regular management reports and reviews.
- Ensure that Information Governance requirements are recognised and included in any documentation produced and meeting stewardship.
- Responsible for designing, developing and producing regular technical and business reporting, and communicate utilising a variety of specialist software applications and tools designed for performance management.
- Responsible for managing personnel within their team to fulfil the Organisational Performance function.
- Manage resource availability in the event of staff absence and will conduct staff appraisals and disciplinary meetings.
- Responsible for allocation and monitoring of workload within their team.
- Develop staff in line with organisational goals to deliver an effective service to DHCW. Keep skills and practice up to date in line with best practice and professional standards.
- Assist in the auditing of directorate performance management meetings (and where necessary to make recommendations and/or take remedial action) in order to ensure that they are running effectively and within scope.
- Support the testing of changes and future requirements of the Organisational Performance Management tools.
Skills & Experience
- Experience in service delivery to different organisations
- Experience of developing and managing complex Key Performance Indicators
- Experience in some or all of the ITIL Service Support and Service Delivery disciplines, PRINCE2 or other performance related disciplines
- Experience in the development and implementation of processes, procedures, reporting mechanisms and action plans
- Business/IT Degree or equivalent qualification and experience
- Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management (ITIL), PRINCE2, other performance related discipline or demonstrable equivalent experience
- ILM Level 5 Management or demonstrable equivalent experience
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If you are successful in securing this role, please note that for the entire duration of this contract, regardless of extension you will be working this role at the PAYE rate that has been advertised. For absolute clarity, we only work on a PAYE basis, rather than entertaining umbrella pay terms, we do not offer Ltd/umbrella or outside IR35 rates. If you wish to understand PAYE vs Umbrella more, please let us know and we can send you some additional information for clarity.
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- Your availability to work either immediately, or at short notice.
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- Any relevant qualifications held or being studied for.
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