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Director of Implementation

Full-time permanent
We have a new and exciting leadership role at UCLPartners leading implementation of healthcare innovations. You will work closely with our Chief Implementation Officer, partners, teams and across AHSNs to deliver impact to improve care for patient across our partnership.
Salary: £70,000 to £90,000 per annum, pro rata

Closing date:
30 August 2022

The role

We have a new and exciting leadership role at UCLPartners leading implementation of healthcare innovations.  You will work closely with our Chief Implementation Officer, partners, teams and across AHSNs to deliver impact to improve care for patient across our partnership.

You will lead highly skilled teams as you collectively support our partners and communities in health innovation implementation.   You will lead and shape delivery through your collaborative leadership style, creativity, operational effectiveness and experience of innovation adoption in complex environments.

The role is an outstanding opportunity to have real impact on health and healthcare in supporting our partnership in transformational innovation adoption.

Initially this role’s programme focus will be adolescent mental health and our climate/ net zero collaborative though flexibility is required according to organisational need and as our portfolio adapts.

The organisation

UCLPartners is an academic health science system. Our role is to accelerate research translation and innovation adoption to improve the health of our population. We are a broad partnership of higher education, research networks and healthcare providers in North East London, North Central London and Mid and South Essex.

Our Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC) oversees the collaborative translation of scientific discovery into patient benefit.  Our Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) supports larger-scale health innovation adoption, working closely with the National AHSN Network.

Through our 2022 strategy we are committed to (a) the development of a leading regional health research and innovation system and (b) the design, implementation and evaluation of transformational solutions that improve health and wellbeing, reduce health inequality and make healthcare sustainable.

Meaningful patient and public engagement informs our actions. Our strength comes the expertise of our partnership and our ability to collaborate between healthcare providers, higher education, industry, charities and communities.

We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and seek to support our staff to be positive role models for equality and diversity.  You can read more about our commitments here.

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