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Healthcare Information Systems Manager

Healthcare Information Systems Manager

Posted 15 June by RWB Global Limited
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Our client is a company formed by UK based and international cancer and healthcare specialists, with a world-renowned Board demonstrating global experience in the field of oncology and life sciences.

With a clear vision and available capital to build and operate state of the art Proton Therapy Cancer Centres in national and international markets, our client has partnered with class-leading providers, such as Philips and IBA, which will equip all the new centres to the highest specifications. Building upon the UK’s reputation for clinical excellence and through academic affiliations, the Proton Beam Therapy centres will become hubs of excellence for advanced cancer treatment.

Cancer care in the UK will soon be transformed with the provision of Proton Beam Therapy treatment.

Patients will be able to take advantage of highly specialised treatment at the first Proton Beam centres to be built in the UK - in Wales, Northumberland, Liverpool and Reading.

Our client has started the process to build the treatment centres to address the growing global demand for innovative cancer care.

In addition to High Energy Proton Beam Therapy, all of the centres will also offer a comprehensive cancer service offering diagnostics, chemotherapy and radiation therapy and will treat NHS patients, private patients under medical insurance and self-pay patients.

Job Role:

Healthcare Information Systems Manager

Job Purpose

As the Healthcare Information Systems Manager, the role is responsible for the management of all IT Service Delivery, based in Newport, United Kingdom. This includes the management of the Operations, Support and PACS Teams. These teams are responsible for the availability, performance and overall reliability of the IT/Oncology platform. Including Day to day customer support and support of PACS systems. This role requires a deep technical understanding of Oncology Information and Treatment Planning Systems.

Main duties and responsibilities

  • Candidates will be expected to accomplish healthcare information technology staff results by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counselling, and disciplining employees; initiating, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, and procedures. They will provide priority support to the above infrastructure teams, to enable them to meet customer expectations.
  • Thorough knowledge of oncology systems, how they work and function in a patient/doctor environment both private and public.
  • Thorough knowledge of treatment planning systems, clinical workflow and physics processes.
  • Understanding and design of Physics Quality Assurance systems, devices and workflow in a centralised infrastructure.
  • Management of the IT Operations Team, IT Support Team and PACS Team.
  • Line Management Responsibilities to the leads of these teams.
  • Maintain high performing service support functions.
  • Monthly Service and Statistical Reporting to relevant Stake Holders.
  • Ensure/Conduct Monthly Customer Service Meetings are held at regular intervals.
  • Understand and Implement Customer Requirements
  • Ensure Service Levels are met as agreed.
  • Ensure ownership is taken for and provide priority support to all client systems, ranging from critical incidents to proactively working on preventative measures by learning and questioning the status of the platform, taking ownership and ensuring issues are not forgotten following resolution.
  • Ensure delivery of new customer services according to standard solution designs.
  • Program/Project Management
  • Client License Procurement and Management.
  • Budget Management
  • Develop infrastructure processes and controls that align with other areas of company and external providers of IT services with respect to service implementation and transition to operations
  • Work with other IT teams and the wider business to implement change programs that impact on the infrastructure
  • Co-ordinate the activities of 3rd parties who deliver Infrastructure services to the company
  • Ensuring process efficiency and control conformance with respect to any enhancements to the existing environment or new developments
  • Measuring and reporting IT Service Delivery
  • Tracking milestones of projects and impact on the Infrastructure resource plan
  • Custodian of the IT Change Management Process
  • Involved in the strategic direction of IT within the company.
  • Travel within the UK will be expected, and full driving license required.

Place of Work

Your normal place of work will be Newport; however, you may/will be required to travel in the course of your duties to attend meetings and other appointments. Travel and reasonable expenses will be paid in line with the Company’s Expenses Policy.

Package

  • £50,000 - £55,000 dependant upon experience.
  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays.
  • Company performance related bonus
  • Private healthcare
  • Private health insurance
  • Pension
  • Share option scheme

Person Specification - Essential Requirements

Qualifications and Registration

  • CCNA or equivalent
  • ITIL Foundations
  • Project Management Methodology (Prince2)

Experience and Competencies

  • Healthcare experience a MUST
  • Oncology systems
    • OIS’s (All Key Manufacturers)
    • Understanding of Treatment Planning Systems
  • Understanding of Patient Pathways
  • Minimum 10 years IT Service Management
  • Wintel Administration
  • Network Administration
  • Virtualization
  • ITIL Framework

Knowledge

  • Team Management
  • IT Service Management
  • Oncology IT

Skills

  • A thorough working knowledge of:
  • Microsoft Windows Server Administration
  • Symantec Antivirus or Similar
  • Wintel Administration
  • Enterprise Monitoring/Alerting/Logging
  • Disaster Recovery
  • General Application Administration
  • Change Management
  • Incident and Problem Management
  • Project Management

Personal Attributes

  • Team Management
  • Line Management
  • Managing and Measuring Work.
  • Self-Driven/Self Starter
  • Time Management
  • IT Service Management
  • SLA Driven
  • Excellent Communication Skills
  • Intricate Trouble Shooting
  • Attention to detail
  • Able to Learn on the fly

Required skills

  • Change Management
  • Project Management
  • Wintel
  • IT Service Management
  • ITIL Foundations

Reference: 35400374

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