Change management programme vacancies
We’re setting up a large scale change programme to improve the way we deliver our services, which includes the introduction of a clinical records system.
Successful results will see this leading-edge system being used effectively by more than 3,500 staff across Wakefield, Barnsley, Calderdale and Kirklees. This will be no mean feat. The implementation phase of the programme will last for approximately 18 months; during which, and after, it is just as much about changing culture and practice, as it is about technology solutions, as we seek to use the system to improve the delivery of our services.
This is a clinically-led programme, working closely with clinical services throughout, and we will ensure that the end result supports high-quality clinical outcomes for service users.
To achieve results, we’re recruiting a highly skilled and experienced team, made up of a variety of disciplines. Current roles include:
- Programme communications manager (Band 7)
As an experienced communications professional, who is an excellent project manager and strategic thinker, you’ll sculpt programme specific, informative, engaging messages clearly and concisely, staying within the brand and true to our tone of voice, whilst adapting to the changing needs of the programme and the Trust.
- Performance and information analyst (Band 6)
Supporting the information needs of the organisation you will lead on the provision of programme related information requests and provide responses by way of writing and developing reports, whilst working to the standards and requirements of the Trust. You’ll also ensure that all existing mandatory and local reporting is mapped across to the new system and that reporting can be sustained during, and post-implementation. You’ll work closely with the existing information and business intelligence teams to bring their expertise into the programme at as appropriate, ensuring that the reporting arrangements are smoothly transitioned between the current and new system.
- Systems Analyst (Band 6)
With responsibility for system changes, configuration and developments in support of the improving our ways of working, you will be tasked to build the best experience for the users of our new clinical records system. Tasks and projects will involve working from the inception of new system functionality, through to actual implementation, go-live and support. You will also provide a high level of support to the Performance and Information Analysts within the team as well as capturing current and future working practices and documenting them.
- Trainer (Band 5)
You will ensure that training delivery supports the frontline operational service management and delivery supporting the patient, the clinician, as well as the administrative and managerial requirements. You will also devise and develop role-based specific clinical information systems training materials based on agreed working practices. As well the core system training, you will also deliver end user training programmes for essential IT skills, business continuity, data quality, information governance and information reporting. Finally, you will provide expert clinical information systems specialist advice, guidance and best practice in order that we can get the best value out of our investment in our new clinical records system.
This is a great opportunity to work on an exciting change programme and really make a difference in a truly values-based organisation, rated ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission. We’re committed to putting people first and at the centre and we aim to improve and be outstanding in our field.
Working for the Trust, you will see first-hand our clear commitment to the health and well-being of staff. You will have access to flexible and agile working opportunities, fast track staff physiotherapy and counselling services, as well as generous terms and conditions including annual leave starting at 27 days a year, plus eight bank holidays. In addition to you will enjoy annual pay progression, subject to satisfactory performance, as well as a separate cost of a living increase and enrolment in a final career average salary pension scheme.
These positions are offered on an 18-month fixed term contract basis or as a secondment opportunity. Successful applicants will be assigned to the Clinical Records System Programme, and will be managed within the programme structure.
Read more about the vacancies and apply via NHS Jobs using the links above. Closing date is midnight on Sunday 23rd July 2017. For more information, contact the Programme Director, Ed Reid on 07496 267164.
No agencies. Part time and job share applications considered.