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Job Opportunities – Project Support Worker

28 hrs per week

Salary £20,000 Pro Rata plus benefit

We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and experienced Project Support worker to join Unique Improvements and provide support across a diverse range of workstreams and projects.   Experience of providing administrator support is essential, along with experience of working in the Voluntary and Community Sector, the NHS or the Council.

This is a new post which will complete our team of staff in the Quality and Innovation Hub which is a workstream within Unique Improvements.  This Hub is part of ‘Answer Cancer, Greater Manchester Cancer Screening Engagement Programme’. The Hub team is employed by Unique Improvements as part of its work with Answer Cancer.

The role will provide administrative support at a senior level. This may include taking enquiries, managing weekly diaries and schedules, producing correspondence and reports, maintaining a stock control system, managing small budgets for venues and meetings and presenting a range of project reporting data.  However, the wider purpose of the role is to provide support to Project Managers and to take specific responsibility for supporting the day to day work of the Quality and Innovation Hub.  You will be helping with work around training for local community groups and Cancer Champions, organising events across Greater Manchester, helping deliver evaluation and produce reports and working with cancer screening services.

Your time will be split between providing support for the Answer Cancer team and providing support for a diverse group of projects within Unique Improvements.  This will change depending on the changing portfolio of work Unique Improvements has been commissioned to support.

You will be a self-starter with a professional attitude and over time be able to work with minimal supervision, organising and prioritising your own workload

To apply for this role please complete the attached application form stating how you meet the requirements of the job description and person specification and return it along with the Equal opps form to Jobs@uni.uk.net by 5pm on Monday 6th January 2020

 

Closing date 5pm Monday 6th January

Job Application Form
Job Description and Person Spec
Equal Opps Monitoring Form
uni org chart incorporating QI Hub
Brief History of Unique Improvements

We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and experienced Project Support worker to join Unique Improvements and provide support across a diverse range of workstreams and projects. Experience of providing administrator support is essential, along with experience of working in the Voluntary and Community Sector, the NHS or the Council.

This is a new post which will complete our team of staff in the Quality and Innovation Hub which is a workstream within Unique Improvements. This Hub is part of ‘Answer Cancer, Greater Manchester Cancer Screening Engagement Programme’. The Hub team is employed by Unique Improvements as part of its work with Answer Cancer.

The role will provide administrative support at a senior level. This may include taking enquiries, managing weekly diaries and schedules, producing correspondence and reports, maintaining a stock control system, managing small budgets for venues and meetings and presenting a range of project reporting data. However, the wider purpose of the role is to provide support to Project Managers and to take specific responsibility for supporting the day to day work of the Quality and Innovation Hub. You will be helping with work around training for local community groups and Cancer Champions, organising events across Greater Manchester, helping deliver evaluation and produce reports and working with cancer screening services.

Your time will be split between providing support for the Answer Cancer team and providing support for a diverse group of projects within Unique Improvements. This will change depending on the changing portfolio of work Unique Improvements has been commissioned to support.

You will be a self-starter with a professional attitude and over time be able to work with minimal supervision, organising and prioritising your own workload

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