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Strategic Partnership Manager
Are you a self-motivated and sharp minded individual looking to further develop your career at Macmillan and apply your health and social care expertise and knowledge to support people affected by cancer? Cancer care is changing and this is an exciting opportunity to make a real difference. These new roles have been developed in response to Macmillan’s ambition to influence and improve cancer services across the UK and make sure that we are well placed to increase our impact, and support our partners across health and social care with relevant expertise, skills and investment.
Reporting to the Head of Services for your region you will be responsible for the identification, development and maintenance of strategic health partnerships, networks and relationships both inside and outside of Macmillan. As a key member of the senior team you will use your leadership skills to manage, develop and support a team of Partnership Managers to continuously develop, implement and improve the quality of existing and new cancer services both Macmillan and non Macmillan.
The successful candidate will be able to evidence experience of operating at a senior level in the field of health and social care in a planning or service delivery role. You will have a track record of developing evidence/insight based services that have translated geographical strategies into successful operational plans and budgets that have delivered on agreed outcomes and service standards to budget.
You will need to have experience of leadership and people management, strategic influencing, leading change across complex relationships and networks, and a focus on delivering outcomes. Working collaboratively is vitally important to Macmillan so at interview you will need to demonstrate how you have influenced and set direction for people and teams and gone about creating a one team culture, promoting an environment where people learn and solve problems together and how you have instilled confidence in people to try out new things and make and learn from mistakes.
This is your chance to have a real influence and impact by playing a key role in the enhancement and development of cancer services and ultimately help more people feel supported, informed and more able to cope.