What will the day-job look like?

You will provide high quality project /service support to a programme of work.  You will be supported to develop strong project management, communication and influencing skills, along with a good understanding of the challenges and complexities within the health system.  We will enable you to apply your problem solving and analytical skills to your work, to help create and shape the outcomes of the programme of work.  You will be expected to work on a variety of exciting projects and initiatives within your set department, although there may be the opportunity for some cross-service working too. You may be expected to write reports, take minutes, attend meetings as a stakeholder, organise events and maintain key relationships. This is the first year we’ve run our graduate scheme and we want to make sure you get the most out of it, so there’s an expectation that you will contribute in the shaping of your own development.

Our scheme will put you on the road to developing the skills and confidence you need to apply for more senior roles across the county, enabling you to build long-lasting relationships and able to make an informed choice about the career routes that are available to you.

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