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Programme Manager – Mental Health, Learning Disabilities & Autism

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London (Central), London (Greater)
£61,861 - £70,959 per annum pro rata inc HCA
Closing date
17 Feb 2022

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Contract Type
Full Time
Job Function
Programme Manager
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An exciting opportunity has arisen for two Programme Managers to join our Mental Health, Learning Disabilities and Autism (MHLDA) Programme – a priority area within the North West London Integrated Care System.


North West London’s health needs are considerable, and the area is very diverse, containing some of the wealthiest, yet also some of the most deprived communities in England. Our programme focuses on improving access, experience and outcomes for our population by implementing the MHLDA commitments set out in the NHS Long Term Plan (along with the previous Five Year Forward View) and supporting delivery of the Covid-19 Recovery Programme.


The MHLDA Programme has four key workstreams: crisis care; community mental health; children and young people’s (CYP) mental health; and learning disabilities and autism. The prospective Programme Managers will play a key role in delivering our ambitious programme of work, each taking responsibility for the delivery of a designated workstream. We are specifically seeking Programme Management expertise to lead our crisis and CYP mental health workstreams, and would welcome applications from individuals with a keen interest in one or both of these areas.


In the context of the Covid-19 pandemic, this is a critical time for delivery of MHLDA services for North West Londoners. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a committed and motivated team, responsible for driving transformation and strategic commissioning to meet the needs of people across North West London.


We are seeking applications from individuals with excellent programme management and organisational skills; the post holders will be required to manage multiple pieces of work simultaneously, often under tight time pressures. Successful applicants will have a strong strategic approach, and will be able to work effectively with multiple internal and external stakeholders across health and social care. We need energetic people who can work both autonomously and as part of the wider MHLDA team. Applicants should have a strong desire to help improve outcomes and reduce inequalities for our North West London population.

We very much welcome informal discussions and can arrange a time for potential applicants to speak to the team. Please contact Katie Horrell or Caitriona Darling

Closing date is 24 January 2022

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