The Project Manager is an integral member of the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator team, with the main purpose of the job being to support the Programme Manager in the management and delivery of the programme objectives. This includes having oversight of all aspects of programme delivery, ensuring cohesive and timely running of team and programme activities, as well as sourcing and pursuing new opportunities to enhance the impact of the programme. Excellent organisational and communication skills are required, along with an enthusiasm for the spread and adoption of digital health within the NHS.
We welcome applications from anyone who has a proven interest in innovation and technology, with strong project management skills, or excellent organisational skills with a willingness to learn.
To be successful you’ll be excited by the opportunities offered by digital health solutions and have a strong understanding or interest of health and social care strategy. You’ll be a keen collaborator; adept at building credibility with a range of stakeholders from clinicians to entrepreneurs, earning their trust and confidence. You’ll be excited to hit the ground running, to work in a fast-paced environment and be eager to impact the success of key programme milestones right away.
About the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator
DigitalHealth.London’s Accelerator aims to speed up the adoption of technology in London’s NHS, relieving high pressure on services and empowering patients to manage their health.
It works with 20-30 high potential start-ups and SMEs each year, at any stage of the innovation cycle, and supports them to develop and deploy solutions to some of the most pressing challenges facing the NHS.
The programme is uniquely positioned to provide in-depth knowledge of the NHS and wider UK health and care sector to high potential companies in London to help them refine, develop and scale their innovations. It focuses on engagement with clinicians and healthcare experts, working collaboratively to get to the root of health and care challenges and find solutions. It is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (please see our partners for more information).