What We Do

The Churchill Hospital provides expert care for the Thames Valley for common tumour types, and for a wider region for rarer indications. The Oncology and Haematology Directorate covers several core services which are:

·Oncology – including an Oncology ward, teenage and young adult unit and Radiotherapy department with 6 linear accelerators

·Haematology – including a Haematology ward, Bone Marrow Transplant service and patient hotel

·Oncology and Haematology also share a5-bedded emergency triage service, two chemotherapy day treatment units (Oxford and Banbury) and an ambulatory unit

·Palliative Care – which includes day services, a hospital team and a community palliative care service, all provided in conjunction with Sobell House Hospice Charity

·The directorate also hosts a number of Trust wide services including Radiation Physics and Protection, Clinical Measurement and Clinical Engineering

·The department has close links with the University of Oxford, and Cancer Research UK, and is a base for world-leading research in the field, so that patients have rapid access to a wide range of new treatments

The O&H directorate is one of the largest in the trust with an annual turnover of 115m and around 780 WTE staff.


What will the role of Change Project Manager do?

The post holder will be responsible for leading and delivering success across a number of key programmes within the Directorate.These programmes will be vital in ensuring the Directorate can deliver its primary objectives and targets over the coming years and will encompass a wide range of topics, including productivity and efficiency, quality, workforce and clinical effectiveness. The Change Project Manager will have specific responsibility for delivery of the following (for more details see the JD):

·Improving the efficiency and patient experience of outpatient services