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Social Care Institute for Excellence, Remote
Play a pivotal role in supporting the smooth running of SCIE’s national projects that aim to improve and transform social care.
Posted 4 days ago
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Closing in 7 days
Breast Cancer Now, Glasgow (Hybrid)
£34,702 to £37,500 per annum
This role will manage the delivery of services for people with primary breast cancer along with identified new growth.
Posted 6 days ago
NFP People on behalf of Stroke Assocation, Remote
Circa £15,353 per annum (FTE circa £25,588.50 per annum)
Posted today
NFP People on behalf of Stroke Association, Remote
Circa £25,588.50 per annum
Posted today
Ashby Jenkins Recruitment, Tower Hamlets (Remote)
£25000 - £27000 per year
Posted 1 week ago
Closing in 6 days
NFP People on behalf of Stroke Association, Remote
£25,500 per year
Posted 3 weeks ago
Ashby Jenkins Recruitment, Tower Hamlets (Remote)
£23000 - £26000 per year
Posted 2 weeks ago
NFP People on behalf of Stroke Association, Remote
Circa £18,277 per annum (FTE circa £25,500)
Posted 2 weeks ago
Closing in 5 days
Irish in Britain, Remote
£30,000 - £31,287 per year FTE
Experienced coordinator to develop & deliver new healthy ageing activities to enhance the overall health & wellbeing of Irish people over 50
Posted 1 week ago
Let's Talk About Loss, Remote
£26,000 per year (Full time equivalent)
Posted 3 days ago Quick Apply
The Trussell Trust, Remote
£34,477 per year
Posted 5 days ago
Closing in 6 days
Sustrans, Remote
£47,560 per annum (pro rata for part time hours)
Posted 2 weeks ago
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Temporary (13 months until 31st March 2025)
Job description

The work you will be involved in includes a multi-million-pound work programme commissioned by the Department of Health and Social Care as well as a number of other research, information, consultancy and policy projects delivered on behalf of Governments Departments, grant giving organisations, universities and national bodies.

As project coordinator you will have a key role in supporting the smooth running and delivery of those projects. Working closely with colleagues to provide project and business support across teams to ensure that projects are delivered on time and within budget, meeting the overarching objective of transforming social care and improving outcomes for people who draw on care and support.

We are seeking candidates with experience of supporting project and / or programme delivery, this may be within the not for profit or statutory sector or from further afield. Knowledge of social care would be desirable but not essential, more important is an affiliation with SCIE’s vision and values and a passion for improving outcomes for people who draw on care and support services and carers.

Ideal candidates will enjoy working with a wide range of people, across different teams both within and outside of the organisation at all levels of seniority. You will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of project delivery processes, including managing budgets, tracking progress against agreed timelines and delivery milestones as well as identifying and escalating risks.

Strong written and verbal communications skills are essential. You will also thrive in a role that enables you to take on new challenges and to manage a busy and varied workload. You will enjoy working across a portfolio of projects and activities, with the ability to prioritise and manage your time effectively. Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail are essential.

About us

The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) is a national charity with a clear vision of a society where care and support maximise people’s choices, removes social inequality, and enables people to live fulfilling, safe and healthy lives. To achieve this we research, evidence, share and support the implementation of best practice. We use this evidence and experience to shape policy and outcomes, and to raise awareness of the importance of social care and social work for creating a fair and equal society. Everything we do is informed by people with experience of care and support.

At the SCIE, we are driven by our values:

  • Progressive – always learning and developing
  • Inclusive – working together for equality, diversity, and fairness
  • Credible – evidence-based, robust, and reliable
  • Transparent – open and honest
  • Committed – focused on making a difference to people’s lives.
Application resources
Posted on: 22 February 2024
Closing date: 23 March 2024 at 23:59
Job ref: PSC
Tags: Social Care/Development,Project Management

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