Project Manager

United Kingdom - London (UK Support Office)

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Are you an organised, efficient and methodical individual with a diverse set of skills to effectively plan, execute, and deliver projects. If this speaks to you, read on!

Location: London Support Office

Contract type: Permanent, 35 hours

Salary: £42,600.51 - £46,860.56 (dependant on experience and location)

Closing date: 5th June 2023 (midnight GMT). Interviews may take place before this date for exceptional candidates.

As a Project Manager, your key purpose is to help manage change and plan for the future by improving the processes, services and products that we are transforming as part of our strategy.

This is a unique opportunity to bring your skills, experience and passion for enabling change to a growing and critical healthcare organisation. The digital transformation you help to deliver will support over 70,000+ clients a year.

You will work closely with the Transformation team and Project Managers, Business Intelligence team, IT teams, Governance, OneCall, Clinical site colleagues and operations, Clinical Safety, UK Learning & Development team, GIS and all colleagues across the business and will need to be confident to liaise with stakeholders at board/director level.

The objective of this role is to support the business on any initiative necessary to improve the client journey with MSI UK, on small pathway changes to larger projects alongside process improvements to enhance the client experience and overall business.

A remote/home-based role with some travel expectations to key national sites. There will be opportunities to visit clinical sites across the UK to understand the flow of the business. At project go lives you may be expected on site to support during non-working hours, and ad-hoc team meeting travel mainly between London and Bristol.

About MSI UK 

At MSI UK, we know that our most valuable asset is our people, and our success depends on our ability to do things well and enjoy what we do, as we provide the best possible care and support to our clients.  

Being one of the world’s leading providers of sexual and reproductive healthcare, we have a simple vision: to empower clients to make the reproductive choices that are right for them. Only when choice is a reality for each of us, can we create a better, more equal world for everyone.

Our client-centred care philosophy means respecting our clients as active partners in their own service, caring about who our clients are, their experiences, and how they feel before, during and after they access care with us.

About Our Benefits Package


  • Achievable opportunities for salary progression
  • Market leading Aviva pension provider (up to 5% employer contribution)
  • Over 4,000 perks and discounts through Blue Light card
  • Up to £1000 salary sacrifice to purchase a bike tax free (including safety equipment)
  • Up to £7000 annual season ticket loan for use on public transport
  • Annual contribution towards eye test and glasses


  • Access to Employee Assistance Programme and Doctor Line through Westfield Health – 24/7 access to a GP over the phone who can prescribe
  • Accredited Mental Health First Aiders to support employees
  • Competitive family friendly benefits to support your family and working life
  • Potential for flexible working
  • We celebrate our colleagues through our national Employee Recognition Programme

Personal Development

  • Great opportunities to progress within the organisation
  • Paid training provided to ensure you are fully equipped to perform within your role and beyond
  • Develop your skills through an accredited apprenticeship programme
  • Training and Development learning agreements available

We’re proud to be a disability confident level one equal opportunities employer and give equal consideration to all qualified applicants without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity / expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or age.

MSI UK is committed to safeguarding: promoting the welfare and safety of everyone involved in the delivery or receipt of sexual and reproductive health services, especially children, young people and vulnerable adults.

We consider applications as we receive them and reserve the right to close adverts early where we have received a sufficient number of applications. If you feel this is the role for you, why not apply now to ensure you're considered for this role?

For more information about the role, please view the job description.

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