BRC Informatics Programme Manager

Job Reference: 282-OD5553
Employer:
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust Department:
Information Technology Location:
The Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton
Salary:
51, 620 – 62, 745 pa in
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust is a world-leading cancer centre. Our role is to offer our patients the best cancer care available anywhere in the world, and to continue to make a global contribution to finding better ways of diagnosing and treating cancer. We employ over 3,900 staff in a diverse range of careers including nursing, medical, science, radiography, pharmacy, occupational therapy, finance and administrative services. We have two hospitals one in Chelsea, London, and one in Sutton, Surrey as well as a Medical Daycare Unit in Kingston Hospital
At The Royal Marsden, we deal with cancer every day, so we understand how valuable life is. When people entrust their lives to us, they have the right to demand the very best. That’s why the pursuit of excellence lies at the heart of everything we do.
At the heart of the hospital is our dedicated team. We offer a stimulating and dynamic working environment, a wide range of staff benefits and learning and development opportunities. We are looking for employees who aspire to excellence, share our values and can play a crucial role in our on-going achievements.
Applications are invited for the position of BRC Informatics Programme Manager with an interest and experience in clinical research. The Royal Marsden is a world leader in cancer research, treatment and education. Together with our academic partner, The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR), we are the largest comprehensive cancer centre in Europe and the only National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Biomedical Research Centre specialising in cancer in the UK.
BRC Digital: capability, informatics, Big Data, e-Health, is a cross-cutting theme within the BRC, the focus on which will provide a world-class digital toolkit and the technical expertise to enable integrative research. This will help us to evaluate and guide the development of novel diagnostic procedures and treatments, to integrate data from all sources in a patient-centred way and to support patients in daily life.
Huge advances in technology and computing capabilities mean that the vast amount of data that are generated through clinical care, and the wide range of patients and cancers we see at The Royal Marsden, provides the opportunity to rapidly progress our understanding of cancer and to make a difference for our patients now and in the future. Navigating these data and understanding the relationship between a patient, a cancer and treatment will provide the answers to questions such as why do some patients respond to treatment and others dont? and will bring researchers together, helping them to collaborate on analysis of complex datasets, as a means of identifying new approaches to combination or adaptive cancer treatment.
As part of its five year strategy, the Royal Marsden will be implementing a number of key clinical and corporate systems which must be delivered effectively and on time in order to achieve the overall programme of works, as a result the Trust is seeking a senior individual who has over five years experience of implementing multi-million pound projects including high performance computing solutions, and clinical research system implementations across a variety of complex organisational structures. The incumbent must have considerable experience of working in the NHS, and have the ability to communicate effective across the whole Trust organisational structure. Finally the role will be expected to provide guidance and mentoring for more junior members of staff ensuring that any sub-projects are delivering in line with best practice and expected timescales, quality and budget.
For further details / informal visits contact:
David Newey, IT Programme Manager on 020 8915 6205
The Trust is committed to developing and delivering excellent customer focused service by treating patients, their families, friends, carers and staff with professionalism respect and dignity.
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