Summary of the work:

Specialist role Delivery manager
Review and prioritisation of digital work programmes, to ensure synergy with UHB digital SoP and the National digital strategy. Structured and phased Digital Transformation plan aligned to our “Turning the Curve” transformation priorities. Methodology to capture benefits realisation demonstrating the impact of digital programmes, delivering both systems and financial efficiencies
Latest start date 15/05/2017
Expected contract length 3 – 6 Months
Work is for Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

About the work
Who the specialist will work with:
Executive Team Chief Executive Director of Therapies Head of IM&T

What the specialist will work on:
Improving engagement between the IT department and the wider clinical workforce has been identified as an imperative. Work done over the past year, including the appointment of an Assistant Medical Director for Information Management & Technology, has sought to engage clinicians in IT work and has had some success. The IT department itself recognises the challenges of delivering a broad agenda at pace, and in a financially constrained climate. Essential to meet these challenges will be the need to develop clear strategies for prioritising transformation work, balanced again the routine work of the department and its commitment to established projects.

Skills and experience
Essential skills and experience:

Adding “value” to IT architecture in a complex organisation
Managing large scale shared service external supplier(s)
Financial management and contracting in an NHS environment
Political sensitivity/ influencing to effect change both internally and externally
Proven experience of benefits realisation delivery
Track record of delivering digital change solutions in large complex organisations

Working arrangements

The individual appointed will be expected to be outcome focussed and self-managing. Hours will be varied according to the need of the project, ensuring that outputs are delivered on time. Hours will be expected to be worked over 2-3 days/week. The period of time to complete the assignment is expected to run for 6 months, in the first instance, with a review at 3 months.

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