Date Added: 22 July 2019
: 22 August 2019
Job Title: Programme Manager - Health and Social Care
Working For: Tech UK
Salary: £30,000-£38,000 per annum (35 hours per week)
techUK has a vibrant Health and Social Care programme - working on behalf of a range of exciting technology companies who are revolutionising health and care and we have partnerships with an array of central NHS bodies. This role acts as a link between the tech sector and policymakers and customers in health and social care, ultimately delivering maximum value to techUK’s health and social care members.
- Assist the Head of Programme in the implementation of techUK’s Health and Social Care Programme.
- Support the Head of Programme in delivering the objectives of the Health and Social Care Council, including the smooth running of Council meetings, and delivering stakeholder engagement activities.
- Successfully lead, manage and deliver the meetings programme.
- Manage techUK’s partnerships and relationships with key NHS and social care bodies.
- Raise the profile of the programmes through using effective comms channels such as regular newsletters, social media and ensuring regular content is available on the website.
- Manage a number of techUK member accounts to help with retention and ensure members are maximising value from wider techUK membership
- Assist the Head of Programme and membership team in the finding and recruiting of new members through research and articulating, explaining and selling the benefits of membership.
- Ensure the in house CRM is used effectively.
- Produce summaries of key policy documents and support the preparation of public policy submissions to regulatory reviews or government consultations.
- Work with relevant teams across techUK to ensure we support them in delivering their objectives and seek their input as necessary.
- Any other duties as required by the programme.
Please see futher details for the role on our website https://www.techuk.org/about/jobs-at-techuk
Closing Date: 22 August 2019
This role profile is a guide to the work that is required but does not form part of any contract of employment and may change from time to time to reflect changing circumstances.
The successful candidate must have permission to work in the UK prior to the commencement of employment.
Please contact Atika Zahra at firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV and a short note telling us why you would like to apply for this role and what makes you the ideal candidate.