South Yorkshire & Bassetlaw’s Integrated Care System’s (SYB ICS) journey to becoming one of the first and most advanced Integrated Care Systems (ICS) in the country has been one of steady progress, solid performance and strong delivery.  SYB ICS has built on its excellent foundation of working together and are now delivering tangible improvements for our population.


SYB ICS have been working as a partnership for over three years and throughout this time, our vision has remained the same: For everyone in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw to have the best possible start in life, with support to be healthy and live well, for longer.


The five Acute NHS Trusts in SYB are currently working to implement a common strategy to network pathology services with the aim of improving sustainability and ensuring services are as cost-effective as possible whilst maintaining high quality patient care.  As one of 29 proposed Pathology networks, they are collectively known as North 6 by NHSE&I


We are seeking a Project Manager to join the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw (SYB) Pathology Transformation Team on a fixed term contract/secondment until March 2021.  It’s an exciting opportunity for someone that wants to make a real contribution to the SYB response to the COVID-19 pandemic and to the wider Pathology Transformation agenda.   Communication and organisational skills are vital, as is the resilience to cope with fast changing and ever evolving COVID-19 testing guidance.


It is anticipated that most of the work will be delivered remotely, using IT e.g. MS Teams/email and telephone to communicate.


Interested individuals may contact Sarah Bayliss (Programme Manager, SYB Pathology Transformation / COVID-19 Pathology Incident Director, North 6) on her mobile Tel. 07887 452787 for more information. 

Availability to commence in post during November 2020 will be a key consideration in the appointment process.


This role is offered on a fixed term/secondment basis.  Candidates wishing to apply for a secondment must discuss their application with their line manager beforehand to ensure they could be released if they are successful.