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Project Manager - London

Up to £35 per hour - Equipment Types - Bio/Medical Engineering - Public
Ref: 250 Date Posted: Friday 07 Sep 2018
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Our Client seeks an experienced Medical Engineering Project Manager to join their team immediately to assist with a major equipment replacement programme currently going on within this Central London NHS Trust.

You will be working in one of London's leading University Teaching Hospital's and will be part of a very dynamic environment in a modern fresh environment.  The objective of the role is to assist with a significant equipment refresh and replacement programme of commonly found patient monitoring devices and infusion therapy equipment.  You will leading the team in developing the equipment specification, engagement with the clinical users through to the preparation of the tender for interested providers.  The second element of the role it to also lead a project in the selection and implementation of a new Clnical IT Infrastructure.  Working through an existing Project Team the role is to ensure that Project Milestones are achieved in accordance with the set Project Plan.

The successful candidate is going to be an experienced Medical Engineer who has gone on to have a career in Project and Equipment Management and ideally already possess accrediation in Prince II 

If you feel that you have the skills for this requirement or would like more information then please contact us immediately on the details below.

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