Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust
£47,126 – £53,219 a year
Full Job Description
On behalf of the Chief Officer of the GM Pathology network, the postholder will lead the hands-on delivery and project management of the GM Digital Pathology programme to achieve target outcomes and benefits/value, in line with agreed expectations around scope, timing, budget & quality.
You will be the lead manager on behalf of the Chief Officer. As such you will provide innovative project management arrangements to support programme delivery within robust governance systems and processes ensuring interpretation and application of local and national policy.
You will support the delivery and development of improved health outcomes and performance across the organisation and health system.
You will have considerable experience already at this level, and a thorough knowledge of Pathology networks and Digital Pathology, with wide experience of delivering transformational programmes in a diagnostic setting.
The Greater Manchester Digital Pathology Implementation Lead is an integral role within the Greater Manchester Digital Pathology Central Implementation Team and will form part of the overall Greater Manchester Pathology Network programme team.
The post holder will be responsible for overseeing the implementation of the Greater Manchester Digital Pathology solution and provide technical and subject matter expertise to drive, maintain and optimise the system across the Greater Manchester Pathology Network.
The Greater Manchester Digital Pathology Implementation Lead will act as the key link between system supplier, local operational services, and other GM digital teams to ensure that the GM Digital Pathology solution is implemented, and infrastructures are fully maintained.
The post holder will work closely and collaboratively with key stakeholders to lead on Digital Pathology implementation at pace which has been agreed and adopted across the GM Pathology network members.
The role will provide significant technical and operational management to support system integration and sharing of technical knowledge to local system managers and wider Pathology service personnel.
The Northern Care Alliance (NCA) is one of the largest NHS organisations in the country. Launched in April 2017, the NCA serves over one million people across Greater Manchester and employs over 19,000 healthcare professionals across Bury, Rochdale, Salford and Oldham. The sheer size, scale and potential of our combined service is huge. At the NCA, we can offer groupwide, flexible multi-site opportunities, as part of our connected, integrated and engaged team. We believe in saving and improving lives and are passionate about driving forward significant improvements to the provision of safe, high-quality integrated health and social care to our local community. If you share our vision, take your place with us.
To read more information about the advertised role, and the main job duties/responsibilities please open the Job Description and Person Specification located under the supporting documents heading. You can also read more information about working at the Northern Care Alliance within the attached Candidate Information Pack or by visiting our careers website: www.careers.northerncarealliance.nhs.uk
In line with the Trust’s Single Equality Scheme we welcome applications from everyone irrespective of ethnic origin, disability, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, nationality, religion, marital status, social background or trade union membership.