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Assistant Manager – Healthcare Advisory - UK Wide

Date: Jan 13, 2021

Location: London, United Kingdom

Company: KPMG UK

The Team

KPMG is acknowledged as a leading advisor and professional services provider to the UK Healthcare industry with hundreds of professionals daily supporting our clients across the country. You will be joining a successful and growing team, who are looking to consolidate recent year on year growth and deliver a step change in the size and reach of our practice including growing international revenues. This is an exciting opportunity for talented individuals who are looking to grow their skills and abilities within a well regarded and rapidly expanding team, offering clear progression opportunities.
We are keen to recruit talented people who have the energy and drive to succeed in a dynamic and challenging environment and who have a passion for delivering excellent service and building strong relationships in healthcare.
The team works in an agile and flexible manner, with plenty of opportunities to develop new skills and gain new knowledge. We are keen to support and develop our people to enable them to be the best they can be.
We believe we are market leaders in promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace and want to encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and culture

The Role

This role is to join our UK Healthcare practice as an Assistant Manager working with clients across the health and care landscape.
We need people able to perform across four key areas of work: •Care System Redesign including customer journey mapping, clinical strategy development and target operating model development
•Provider Improvement including operational improvement, lean transformation, supply chain transformation and advisory work with health and care providers
•Workforce Transformation including workforce strategy, planning, evaluation and analytics
•Financial transformation of core business services
The base location is flexible across our UK offices. Travel is a typical part of the role due to the nature of the projects.

The Person
The ideal candidate will:
•Have experience in one or more of the key areas of work named in the above role specification (desirable), be an existing management consultant or from a relevant role within the public sector
•Have deep and relevant experience evidenced by a demonstrable track record of working within or managing, operational, financial or organisational change
•Be able to operate effectively at Assistant Manager level and demonstrate an ability to forge and successfully maintain relationships
•Be outcome focused, enthusiastic and self-motivated
•Possess excellent written and verbal communication and reasoning skills
•Have an awareness of Lean transformation (desirable)
•Strong commercial and financial analytical skills with the ability to interpret data, generate insights and construct solutions
•Be able to demonstrate effective project management skills to deliver small to medium engagements to time, quality and budget
•Understand, adhere to and promote quality and risk management standards
•Have a clear focus on client needs, expectations and ensure their agenda remain at the forefront of our work
•Ideally be degree level qualified or able to demonstrate equivalent experience. Professional project management, programme management or clinical qualifications are desirable.


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