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Project Support Assistant

  • NHS Jobs
  • Willerby, HU10 6DT
  • 11/01/2019
Full time

Job Description


Humber, Coast and Vale Cancer Alliance is one of nineteen Cancer Alliances set-up across England. Cancer Alliances, along with a number of other organisations were set-up to deliver the collective ambitions identified by the National Cancer Taskforce. The aim of the Cancer Alliance is to increase cancer survival rates across the area, ensuring that we address inequalities, reducing inequality and improve patient experience wherever possible. We do this by bringing together all the organisations that commission and provide cancer services across our area to enable effective and coordinated partnership working.

The Cancer Alliance covers a large geographical area which includes Hull, East Riding, Northern Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire, York and Scarborough. The Humber, Coast and Vale Cancer Alliance are a collaboration of health, social care, third sector organisations and also include our patients and the public

An exciting opportunity has a arisen for an enthusiastic individual to work within the Programme Management Team at Humber, Coast and Vale Cancer Alliance based at Health House, Willerby. The successful applicant will join the team as a Project Support Assistant and play a key role in supporting the Treatment and Pathways Programme, Diagnostics Programme and other programmes of work as required.

The post holder will be required to provide general day to day administrative support. They must have an eye for detail, be a good communicator, demonstrate excellent organisational skills and have experience of using Microsoft Office products.

As the project Support Assistant you will work closely with Programme Leads, Project Managers and other Cancer Alliance staff.
If you are interested in being part of our Cancer Alliance we would love to hear from you.

Please contact Rachel Iveson, Project Delivery Manager

Email: [email protected] Mobile: 07395790462

Interview date: 5th February 2019