Project Manager Uk Visa Sponsorship Available

March 6, 2023
£33.3 - £37.4 / year

Job Description


Health and Science Faculty School of Care Professions

Project Manager

Kind of employment: Fixed-term (up to 12 months, must end by 31 March 2024)

Basis of employment: Full-time

Pay range: £33,348 to £37,386 annually

Post Number: ZZ008164

Date of expiration: April 2, 2023

Date of interview: April 19, 2023

The University of Portsmouth is an aspirational organization with a successful history. Among the top 150 of the Times Higher Young University Global Rankings and one of only four institutions in the south east of England to receive a Gold rating for teaching excellence.

In order to facilitate a rotational model program across six regional integrated care systems, the School of Health and Care Professions plans to hire a Project Manager. This person will work on a project funded by Health Education England. This entails trained nursing, midwifery, and allied health professionals who will be paid through part-time secondments to contribute to the delivery of clinical teaching on higher education pre-registration programs.

The Project Manager will be in charge of overseeing the project’s daily operations, coordinating with and assisting the Integrated Care Boards and NHS Trusts in achieving the program’s goals.

The chosen applicant will work with the Faculty of Science and Health at the University of Portsmouth, participate in frequent project team meetings, and travel as necessary to help achieve project goals.

Candidates with relevant project management expertise and the capacity to function both independently and as a team member are preferred.

Please email Dr. Jason Oakley, Head of School, at with any informal questions you may have about this post.

The University of Portsmouth believes that this position might qualify for sponsorship by UKVI under the visa category for skilled workers. Before applying for this position, please familiarize yourself with the specifications. When applying for this position, you will need to clarify the specifics of an alternative visa to work in the UK if you are unable to meet the conditions for sponsorship.

As part of our commitment to equality and diversity, anonymous shortlisting will be conducted for this position, ensuring a fair and consistent approach to hiring. The shortlisting panel will not be given access to personal information. Any papers that you upload should not contain any identifying information if you were asked to do so.

We respectfully ask applicants not to send resumes or cover letters because they won’t be taken into consideration.

We are steadfastly committed to integrating equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) into our neighborhood. As holders of the Athena SWAN and Racial Equality Charter awards, members of Stonewall, and a Disability Confident Employer, we are committed to fostering an atmosphere that is friendly and inclusive of all people. We encourage all talented individuals to apply. In addition, we want our employees to reflect the diversity of our student body. Please review the goals and EDI Framework.