Business Change Project Manager X3
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An exciting opportunity has arisen within the PHE Science Hub Programme. The programme requires three Business Change Project Managers to support the delivery of multiple programmes of change in the Science Hub Programme and the “Business as Usual” (BAU) environment.
The post holders will provide project management support of the science hub programme and specifically the business change team. The focus will be around engagement and involvement with all aspects of PHE regarding the implementation of the business change strategy and the associated projects and work streams.
They must be a team player, able to work remotely with colleagues, and also work independently making quick decisions and judgement calls.
The post holder will also be required to manage and contribute to other relevant programmes across the business as directed by their line manager.
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