Project Coordinator at Richmond Medical Centre

Website Richmond Medical Centre

Job Title: Project Coordinator, Jobs in Birmingham
Location: Birmingham B36
Salary: £30,000 per year (Fixed-term contract)
Company: Richmond Medical Centre

Job Description: As a Project Coordinator at Richmond Medical Centre, you will play a pivotal role in the management and coordination of resources and information to ensure the smooth operation of our services. Your proactive approach will contribute to the creation of an environment conducive to delivering high-quality and responsive services. You will be responsible for overseeing various administrative tasks, including managing clinical rotas, maintaining stock levels, and ensuring compliance with policies and procedures. Additionally, you will provide support in staff training, development, and compliance with data security measures.


  • Manage and maintain accurate records and resources essential for the efficient functioning of services.
  • Develop and implement strategies to enhance service quality and flexibility, fostering effective communication and idea contribution.
  • Support the implementation of cost improvement plans and ensure the safe and effective use of equipment and resources.
  • Oversee the generation and maintenance of clinical rotas, directing administrative work streams, and liaising with staff.
  • Build templates and rotas for PCN hub systems, ensuring adequate equipment for service operation.
  • Ensure timely submission of feedback forms, audits, and assist in gathering statistics and information when required.
  • Administer clinical and support software, maintain policies, and ensure staff compliance with training and registrations.
  • Provide coordination and navigation for patients across health and care services, adhering to COVID-19 and infection control procedures.
  • Act as a role model within the team, providing support, motivation, and guidance to staff.
  • Attend relevant meetings and actively contribute to the strategic and operational development of services.
  • Facilitate the achievement of service objectives and compliance with health and safety procedures.
  • Monitor and record service activity, manage communication channels, and ensure high-quality service delivery.
  • Adhere to health and safety regulations, risk management, clinical governance, and safeguarding policies.
  • Uphold equality and diversity principles and participate in professional development activities.
  • Maintain confidentiality of information in accordance with data protection regulations.
  • Perform any other duties as required by the organization and demonstrate flexibility in working hours.


  • Eligibility to work in the UK is a requirement for employment.
  • Satisfactory references covering the last three years of employment are mandatory.
  • Disclosure of unspent convictions may be required during the recruitment process for positions exempt under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974
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