- London, GB
- £7 /hr
- Available now
I am a hard-working, multi-skilled and reliable individual. I enjoy taking on new and exiting challenges and ensuring that I deliver my services with high and professional standards.more...I am a hard-working, multi-skilled and reliable individual. I enjoy taking on new and exiting challenges and ensuring that I deliver my services with high and professional standards.
Area Covered: Project/Event Management, Data Entry and Web Development
Work Experience Summary: Employment History
St Georges NHS Trust – Project/Operational Manager (November 2008 to Present)
Nature of Role: Assisting in the operational and service management of an acute service with more emphasis on managing multiple service improvement projects.
• Co-Responsible for the operational management, service development, budget management and cost savings for the theatres and anaesthetic directorate in one of the country’s largest teaching hospitals.
• Assisting in co-ordinating over 300 clinical staff on a day-to-day basis through the management of a small admin team, clinical managers and business relationships across the wider trust.
• Creating/implementing long term strategic change through leading on projects using PRINCE 2 techniques to help develop the service and promote integration, highlight waste and improve efficiency.
• Overseeing wider projects such as implementation, tailoring and training of external technological software into existing work-streams and creation of service level agreements.
• Projects are monitored and achieved through chairing weekly team meetings, building professional relationships and developing staff through effective training methods.
• Reporting my progress back to the senior divisional management at weekly board meetings and presenting at directorate levels across the organisations when required.
• Due to my confidence and natural understanding of technology I have been nominated to work in a business analysis role with a number of external companies such as PWC, BT and Cerner in a number of electronic integration packages to help projects gather the required local data and recommend the most effect measures to help build the required momentum.
One example is a data capture project, in which I designed, built and implemented into a specific clinical work stream that required input from of over 100 people on a daily basis which was achieved through effective teaching/training and garnering the relevant support. This project allowed the service to analyse previously un-obtainable data which recognised over £250k of cost savings in its first month. This is now an essential service measure.
National Skills Academy for Manufacturing – Assistant Project Manager (September 2007 – June 2008)
Nature of Role: Through assisting my project manager we had a regional (and national) responsibility to assist in the improvement of skills within workforces of the manufacturing industry, with the aim to help Britain compete better on an international platform.
• Main responsibilities were foremost to orchestrate and set-up workshops for engineers in SME’s and large manufacturing companies to promote Lean practices and techniques. And creating a strong regional network to become a hub for innovation.
• Aid the regional project in engaging stakeholders. Examples; building and presenting to board members from international companies; meeting clients individually to help create more business within the region; building good relationships with local councils to secure funding for our projects; organising and attending client relationship days; building reports for the MD and securing suitable venues at colleges across the region.
• Researching best practices and techniques to acquire the relevant acumen and knowledge base to assist in the momentum and validity of the project.
• Marketing at large events, attending and presenting at national meetings, organising client building/networking days and running client field trips.
Being recommended by the MD to help bring other regions up to the national level our team were setting. This involved travelling to other regions in a consultation role.
Other jobs during and before University
• During University - Part time events promoter/organiser – Greens Keeper at prestigious golf club. Mentoring new students.
• Gap Year – Tesco Stock Controller and Team Leader – Travelled around Asia for 2 months.
• Project Officer for training company handling a large BT account. This included successfully managing the training of over 1500 engineers within a three months time frame.
Education Summary: Education
• MSc Business Management and Innovation – Birbeck University London (2010- June 2012) (purely evening commitment – On course for Distinction)
• BA Honours History – Oxford Brookes University (2004-07) – 2:1