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Controlled Drugs Manager

eTeam Inc.

Posted on Nov 4, 2022 by eTeam Inc.

London, United Kingdom
Health Care
Immediate Start
£283 - £283 Daily
Contract/Project

Role: Controlled Drugs Manager
Contract Length: 31st March 23
Location: London
Security Clearance: BPSS

Accountabilities:

Improving quality and outcomes
To ensure a high quality service is delivered by a properly qualified and safe workforce.
To work collaboratively across the client and client Improvement Matrix, including integrating the National Director's portfolio. Enabling patient and public involvement
To act as a champion for patients and their interests and involve the public and patients in the policy development and decision-making of client and client Improvement.
To ensure all public and patient contact with the office is of highest professional standard.
To embed patient and public involvement within client and client Improvement at all levels of decision making.

Key Functional Responsibilities Operational
To oversee team members to deliver requirements listed above and engage and liaise with key stakeholders, in particular;
o To support the delivery of day to day activities, projects and programmes
o To manage team and drive delivery of a range of business initiatives and projects
o To operate in a highly political and sensitive environment
o Support the portfolio of initiatives in demonstrating value for money for the current spend
o To monitor, interpret and quality assure progress against deliverables to client England and client Improvement that often require adjustments specifically in relation to the complex corporate business agenda, strategic objectives and the business planning process
Promoting equality and reducing inequalities
To uphold organisational policies and principles on the promotion of equality.
To create an inclusive working environment where diversity is valued, everyone can contribute, and everyday action ensure we meet our duty to uphold and promote equality. Partnership and cross boundary working
To assure the safe use and management of controlled drugs in the London health economy. Leadership for transformational change
To model a collaborative and influencing style of working, negotiating with others to achieve the best outcomes. Embedding this approach across the Directorate. Using insight and evidence for improvement
To monitor performance and highlight areas for action. Developing an excellent organisation
To ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of all staff within the department.
To ensure compliance with all confidentiality and governance requirements within the department.

Responsibilities:
Project Management
Lead the team in the delivery of project plans, allocating tasks as appropriate, identifying risks, issues and dependencies, considering best practice and current options and ultimately making decisions in the best interest of the project.
Pro-actively manage stakeholders, respond to and resolve conflict when this arises through facilitation or other appropriate mechanisms.
Be responsible for a high standard of work supporting the delivery of projects on time, to quality standards and in a cost-effective manner.
Maintain the project initiation document and associated plans with regular team meetings to monitor progress and resources.
Demonstrate effective stakeholder management.
Support other project managers as and when required.
Take into account the impact of any change the projects will have on the business and oversee handover of any products to ensure full ownership and buy-in within the business Advocate the projects at senior and executive levels and ensure active engagement and sponsorship within client as a whole.
Ensure that the projects maintain business focus, have clear authority and that the context, including risks, is actively managed in alignment with the strategic priorities of client. Financial and Physical Resources
Act in a way that is compliant with Standing Orders and Standing Financial Instructions in the discharge of budget management responsibilities, monitor expenditure on a regular basis.
To adhere to the NHS Managers Code of Conduct and any other relevant professional codes of conduct at all times.
Budget holder for assigned function/team, budget setting with the Head of Department. Responsible for ongoing monitoring of expenditure against budget and ensuring the appropriate documentation is available for scrutiny.
Identify products, equipment, services and facilities for assigned activities, achieving stakeholder buy-in as required. Placing orders and signing invoices.
Responsible for making recommendations, providing advice and able to prepare strategic reports/briefings for the Head of Department, and relevant forums. People Management
Directly manages the team of staff, responsible for day to day work assigned to Team.
Responsible for recruitment and selection.
Responsible for undertaking appraisal and personal development and managing any employee relations issues.
Forge close positive working relationships, in order to support an effective Matrix approach to achieve client objectives.
To support, motivate and develop people within the team.
Managing third parties (such as consultants/interims) to ensure deliverables are met in a timely manner and within budget. Information Management
Drafting detailed reports summarising status on issues, appraising outcomes, and providing progress reports for the Head of Department.
Collate as required, a range of information and lead appropriate analysis to develop robust business cases and contribute to project products'

Reference: 1782133559

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