IT Project Manager

Location London
Discipline: Technology
Job type: Permanent
Salary: ££45000 - £50000 per annum
Contact name: Simon Lant

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Job ref: JOB-1098_1657802518
Published: 26 days ago
Startdate: ASAP


  1. JOB IDENTIFICATION: IT Project Manager The role is part of the creation of a formal IT change and project function for the organisation. The role holder will have significant influence in defining process and practice and, as part of a forming team, will need to be flexible and work in a hybrid role.

The purpose of the role is lead and manage change projects with a significant IT component to successful outcomes and at the same time, play a key part in forming and defining the function. This will include project managing more than one project at once.

The purpose of the role is also to provide input to ensure adoption of systems and processes within the organisation, and that configuration of systems is optimally aligned to achieving project goals, IT strategy and organisation's strategy.

The IT service is provided by an on-site team and 3rd party managed services.

4. ROLE OF DEPARTMENT Overall role is to provide:

1. Support and development of all IT systems, applicable to both infrastructure and applications. 2. To assist in maintaining the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the information assets by employing robust, best practices in the management and support of the network and supporting services.


  • Plan, manage, monitor and control various projects with a significant IT element, delivering to deadlines and budget without compromising on quality.
  • Develop processes, procedures and associated documentation to ensure the adoption and continued use of systems.
  • Support the business in transitioning to new ways of working.
  • Provide suggestions for system and business improvements.
  • Facilitate workshops, user meetings and other opportunities to capture or enhance the detail of business processes (current and future) relating to existing and new services and processes.
  • Forecast the operational cost and business benefits of the "to-be" processes.
  • Provide a physically present and visible presence to represent IT positively within the organisation to enhance the reputation of the department and improve the credibility of its service.
  • Provide, at all times, a professional and courteous service including professional appearance and clear written and verbal communication.
  • Complete all hospital mandatory training as required in line with all other employees.