Programme Lead – AHSC Data and Clinical Informatics
25 September 2020
Location: Flexible between UCLPartners offices and home working
This new role presents an exciting opportunity to bring a skillset in programme management and network development to deliver a key pillar of UCLPartners ambitious AHSC strategy. The Programme Lead will be responsible for the successful operational delivery of the Data and Clinical Informatics programme, and for shaping its ongoing development in collaboration with AHSC members and partner organisations.
The AHSC Data and Clinical Informatics programme aims to realise UCLPartners’ ambition to:
- Be the leading centre for clinical and health informatics in the UK.
- Be an exemplar of FAIR data principles (findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable)
- Be the exemplar of training in clinical and health informatics
- Harness data to transform the experience and delivery of health care and research
- Work with industrial partners to become a global leader in the application of health informatics
The programme/ project
In order to achieve these aims, the AHSC Data and Clinical Informatics programme will focus on four workstreams: Standards, Infrastructure, Governance, and Training. We aim to develop a pragmatic solution and roadmap for collaboration across the UCLPartners AHSC, working closely with our 4 NIHR Biomedical Research Centres, and with external partners and stakeholders.
In the new role of Programme Lead AHSC Data and Clinical Informatics, you will report to the AHSC Director of Data and Clinical Informatics, Professor Neil Sebire. This role is centred on strategic development and delivery of the strategy through managing and nurturing workstreams across the AHSC, by identifying new opportunities and collaborations, and by establishing robust and agile governance.
The ideal candidate will be forward-looking, driven and able to work across multiple organisations to build networks and foster collaboration. They will have a proven track record managing complex programmes, and experience working within a data and informatics environment/role.
In return the post holder will be part of a supportive and dynamic team, which draws together skills and experience in Translational Research, Education, Patient and Public partnership, involvement and engagement, and Programme and Project delivery.
Interviews will take place virtually – date tbc
If you are interested in this role, please read the full job description found here.
If you have any questions about this role, please contact Professor Neil Sebire: firstname.lastname@example.org