Project Manager
£500
Inside IR35
3 months leading to 6
Immediate start
London
Hybrid working
 
Are you a Project Manager looking for a new challenge?
 
Baltimore is recruiting for a Project Manager to work on a Homecare project for an immediate start.
 
You would be responsible for overseeing a team to reconcile the current billings process, due to them experiencing some IT issues, this has had a knock-on effect impacting some provider services and your role will be rectified this and find a solution.
 
  
About the Project Manager role:
 

  • Management and oversight of multidisciplinary team of 4 FTE staff form various departments within the council including social care, IT & Finance + business support
  • Formulate and risk stratification to prioritise how the council approaches the reconciliation
  • Data cleansing and quality assurance of the spreadsheet including RIP clients
  • Review of current process (spreadsheet) using QA tools to ensure that this is a reliable format moving forwards
  • Use of data analysis to review payments and to uncover any of discrepancies such as underpayments etc that may have not been highlighted thus far
  • Deep dive on all data working with team and other departments to mitigate future risk
  • Clear communication’ internally and externally throughout the contract including weekly 4 slide briefing on a Friday with SMT to be raise with lead member

 
About you as a Project Manager:
 

  • Solid understanding of social care systems and commissioning services in relation to Home Care – knowledge of Mosiac, SAP & CM2000 would be preferred but not essential as will be supported by internal staff
  • Must have clear knowledge of Record Management of support package needs and outcomes
  • Excellent stakeholder and colleague engagement with ability to work autonomously (high support offered)
  • Strong leadership and communication skills (political acumen) to manage expectations both internally and externally with a range of colleagues (IT, finance, business support & Directors)
  • Social Care awareness and understanding of local government and the scope of the clientele you are working with
  • Strong analytical skills for risk stratification to assess who has been affected and in more need
  • Quality assurance experience to look back at the current process in place to review and recommend better pathways for future

 
If you are interested in this role, then please apply to Nikki Smith today with your full CV also stating when you could start.
 
Interviews are set to take place WC the 26th of September with the view that you could start soon thereafter.
 
Baltimore has a referral scheme should you know of any peers seeking a new opportunity in Social Care or Public Health.

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Managing this role

Nikki Smith

Acting Divisional Lead - Adult Social Care