Technology Project Support Officer
Organisation: Health Innovation Network AHSN 
Salary: £25,489 – £28,513
Location: Minerva House, 5 Montague Close, London SE1 9BB
Contract length: Fixed -Term until March 2020

The Organisation

The Health Innovation Network is the Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) for South London. We connect NHS commissioners and providers, local authorities, patients and patient groups and industry in order to accelerate the spread and adoption of innovations and best practice, using an evidence-based approach, working across large populations.

For information about all of our programmes please see www.healthinnovationnetwork.com

The Health Innovation Network is a vibrant and exciting place to work, and we are looking for colleagues who will thrive in that environment and be part of our continued growth and development.

The Role

The Project Support Officer will provide the administration function for the technology team that supports trusts, CCGs and other health and social care organisations in South London. The focus of these projects will predominantly lie within the digital healthcare space; therefore, having an interest in cutting edge technologies (such as AI, machine learning, digital twins, etc) would be advantageous.

The post holder will be highly organised and have good communication skills with a view to develop a good understanding of digital technologies, change and improvement methods through the spreading of digital innovation across the country. This role will incorporate several functions from routine administrative support such as minute taking and the organisation of meetings to more substantial involvement in projects requiring knowledge of the specialist subject area, stakeholders involved, project context and broader political/cultural landscape. Specific details can be found in the job description.

This post-holder will be the primary first point of contact for any queries directed to the projects that they work on and will be expected to be able to provide first line response to most queries. This role is suitable for a graduate that has both business administration and technology qualifications / experience and that has a passion for technologies within the NHS. Previous NHS experience is not a requirement for the role.  

Required Skills & Expertise

Strong IT skills with excellent knowledge of the Microsoft Office applications and the ability to work with numerical and statistical data.

Closing date: Wednesday 24th April

Interview date: Thursday 2nd May and Friday 3rd May


Business Analyst
Organisation: Professional Records Standard Body (PRSB)
Salary: £40,000 - £45,000
Location: 32-36 Loman St, London, SE1 0EH
Contract Length: Permanent

The Organisation

The PRSB was set up in April 2013 as a unique collaboration of bodies representing those who receive and provide health and social care across the UK, as well as those providing the IT systems that support care. Our aim is to develop and promote the use of high quality, consistent care records which enable the effective and meaningful sharing of a person’s record to the professionals providing care and the person or their carers. Our membership includes all the major medical colleges and key organisations representing patients and care professions, across the whole of the UK.

The Role

This role is an opportunity for someone with a passion for using information to drive improved outcomes for people in health and social care. The role requires strong analytical skills to design and analyse engagement and consultation to ensure effective collaborative standards developments. It requires good knowledge of clinical informatics and information modelling and a good understanding of how patient records and information support the delivery of health and social care. The role will involve developing proposals, from understanding the needs to shaping the work and developing the proposal.

The Candidate

You will have:

  • Proven research and qualitative and quantitative analytical skills, with structured and methodical approach

  • Skills and knowledge with data and information modelling

  • Clinical or clinical research experience desirable

  • Project management with Prince and Agile methodology knowledge desirable

Closing date: Tuesday 30th April 2019


Programme Coordinator
Organisation: Professional Records Standard Body (PRSB)
Salary: £30,000 – £40,000
Location: 32-36 Loman St, London, SE1 0EH
Contract Length: Permanent

The Organisation

The PRSB was set up in April 2013 as a unique collaboration of bodies representing those who receive and provide health and social care across the UK, as well as those providing the IT systems that support care. Our aim is to develop and promote the use of high quality, consistent care records which enable the effective and meaningful sharing of a person’s record to the professionals providing care and the person or their carers. Our membership includes all the major medical colleges and key organisations representing patients and care professions, across the whole of the UK.

The Role

The position will be instrumental in monitoring the work programmes across the organisation, as you will pro-actively check progress against set plans, supporting quality assurance of projects whilst also contributing to specific development and evaluation activities. You will build strong relationships with senior managers and manage the reporting of work programmes.

The Candidate

You will have excellent organisational skills with the ability to proactivity deliver high-quality support to project teams and senior managers and have a passion for driving continuous improvement, you will have Project management experience, or have provided a project office service.

Closing date: Tuesday 30th April 2019


Senior Administrator, Project Support Officer
Organisation: Care City
Salary: £22,535 – £27,483
Location: Maritime House, 2nd Floor, 1 Linton Road, Barking, Essex, IG11 8HG
Contract Length: 12 Month Fixed term contract, four days a week

The Candidate

Are you passionate about driving innovation and transformation in health and social care? Do you have an interest in all things digital? Do you want to make a difference to the lives of the richly diverse population of North East London?

Care City is looking for a personable, passionate and proactive graduate, to join our small but lively team. The ideal candidate will be a well-organised team worker, with a willingness to learn. You will be results driven and solutions focused, with an ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines. This will be an excellent opportunity for an individual who is looking to expand their skill set in project delivery, in a supportive and friendly team environment, enabling you to learn about the rapidly changing landscape of our health and care system, preparing you for a future in health and social care.

The Role

You would work across the Care City team to support the Project and Senior Project Leads to deliver various programmes of work. The successful candidate will be expected to undertake a diverse workload, from supporting co-design panels to bring together individuals across the health and care system, to providing high quality administrative support through managing diaries and emails, taking meeting minutes and up keeping project management documentation. Whilst this position is an entry level role, we are committed to supporting your continuing professional development, to ensure that you gain the experience you need to further your career either with Care City, or in the broader health and care system.

The Organisation

Care City is an innovation centre for healthy ageing and regeneration, based in Barking town centre. Everything we do is about improving health and the determinants of health. We were born out of North East London NHS Foundation Trust and the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham Council, but as of June 2019, we will be an independent community interest company. We manage projects which are of local benefit, but also national significance – such as the NHS England Test Bed Programme. We are passionate about system change and transformation and want to support the creation of resilient and happy communities in East London.

Closing date: Monday 29th April 2019


Business Support Officer
Organisation: Health In Innovation Network & Kings Health Partners
Salary: £29,000 - £36,000
Location: Ground Floor, Minerva House, 5 Montague Close, SE1 9BB
Contract Length: Fixed Term Contract

The Organisation

The Health Innovation Network (HIN), South London’s Academic Health Science Network, and Kings Health Partners (KHP) is seeking to appoint a business support officer to support the Diabetes and Obesity Prevention clinical themes.

Improving care for people with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and obesity is a national and local priority. The teams are delivering  exciting diabetes and obesity treatment and care programmes across south London, working in conjunction with providers, clinicians, regional commissioning operation teams, the clinical network and NHS England to promote an integrated approach to supporting improvement in diabetes outcomes.

The Role

You are a Business Support Officer  Manager who wants to be hands-on accountable for the full project life cycle. You will manage the delivery of key projects within the diabetes, obesity and stroke prevention clincial theme, working with colleagues in various health and care organisation across south London.

Skills and Experience

The successful candidate will have solid business support experience with excellent attention to detail, excellent communication skills,  experience liaising with senior stakeholders, while also being flexible and open to different ways of working. You will have experience of working in a fast-paced environment, managing a number of key projects simultaneously and will thrive on providing a vital business support function to busy project teams.

To apply please attach a copy of your CV and a cover letter

Closing date: Wednesday 8th May 2019


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NHS Graduate Information Management & Technology Fast Track Scheme
Organisation: Various Global Digital Exemplar NHS Trusts
Salary: £23-27.5K per annum to start depending on experience
Location: Opportunities across London & Home Counties
Contract Length: 2-year fixed term

We are proud to announce the launch of the next phase of recruitment for our cutting-edge trainee scheme, which is designed for high potential graduates interested in a fast-track career in Information Management and Technology.  The purpose of the scheme is to develop the NHS IM&T leaders of the future.

We are offering three distinct careers pathways:

  • Information Management (IM) - Data Analyst, Information Analyst

  • Information Technology - General - Networker, Front Line Help Desk, Software Developer/Tester, Change Project Manager

  • Information Technology - Cyber Security - Incident Coordinator, Technical Architect Support Officer, Cyber Intrusion Analyst

The scheme at a glance:

  • Intake to start May 2019

  • Two-year development scheme

  • Two placement rotations

  • NHS Band 5 role to progress to Band 6/7, on successful completion

  • A highly focussed development scheme to include an apprenticeship, full continuous professional development and mentoring support.

We’re looking for ambitious graduates with:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills

  • Mobility within London and the home counties

  • We are particularly interested in candidates that have studied the following disciplines at undergraduate level or above: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

Assessment Centre dates:

  •  Information Management (IM) - 2nd & 4th April 2019

  •  Information Technology - General - 2nd & 4th April 2019

  •  Information Technology - Cyber Security - 2nd & 4th April 2019

Closing date: Friday 22nd March 2019.

Interviews: We encourage early applications as suitable candidates will be contacted and assessed on a rolling basis.

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