Nottinghamshire Health Informatics Service (NHIS) provides Information, Communication and Technology Services (ICT) across the NHS and local health community. Providing expertise and capability, effectively delivering national and local ICT requirements and continually researching and innovating in an effort to provide technologies that enable our customers to do things better or do better things.
Technology Enabled Care (TEC) has been used to support many pathways across the health and social care system since 2013. It is a high impact area within our Nottinghamshire Sustainability and Transformation Plan 2016 – 21. Its use helps people stay healthy and manage their own care, helps clinicians and other staff deliver more care more efficiently and enables us to use new technology to support independent living at home. We know there are many more people who would benefit from its utilisation to help them to self-care and remain independent, as well as helping our staff to look after more patients more efficiently.
An opportunity has arisen within the Connected Nottinghamshire programme of work for a project and business change manager (technology enabled care and digital inclusion) to support the delivery of our Public Facing Digital Services (PFDS).
The PFDS programme of work is delivering a suite of digital services to our citizens to improve digital inclusion, improve digital literacy, and to empower citizens to take control of their own health and improve health outcomes.
This role will have specific responsibility for developing, implementing and embedding the use of a range of technology enabled care capabilities across the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System. Raising awareness of the importance of digital inclusion and implementing projects to improve the digital health capabilities of local citizens underpins all of our work.
As well as working on specific projects, the successful post holder will also support their colleagues across the wider programme of work as required, for example at go lives and supporting stakeholder engagement.
The successful applicant will be skilled, confident and motivated, joining a well-established, cohesive and supportive team. This is a challenging but rewarding and exciting position, which will require use of proven methodologies to effectively undertake the management and delivery of projects within agreed timescales and deadlines, as well as enabling change by working directly with staff and services to deliver transformational change and service improvement within complex environments.
Thank you for your interest in this role.
Sherwood Forest Hospital Trust is nationally recognised as being an excellent place to work and deliver care. We are rightly proud of the 5,500 colleagues who work here and we are the Health Service Journal’s Trust of the Year in 2020.
The Care Quality Commission rated King’s Mill Hospital Outstanding and Newark, and Mansfield Community Hospitals Good. Overall we are rated Outstanding for care.
For the last three years, we have been ranked as the best NHS Trust to work for in the Midlands and in 2020 we were the third best Acute/Community NHS Trust in England.
Happy colleagues deliver better care. Our teams work in a supportive, inclusive environment, which nurtures wellbeing and has opportunities for development and progression. We do not just care for our patients, we also care for you.
We would love you to join us.
This advert closes on Tuesday 5 Oct 2021
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