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Connected Health Cities are currently recruiting across the north of England.

Please see below the details of our current vacancies:

Greater Manchester CHC - Implementation Research Fellow (CHC and NIHR CLAHRC GM)

Location: The University of Manchester
Closing Date : 23/02/2017
Employment Type : Fixed Term
Duration : February 2017 until 31 December 2018
Hours Per week : 1 FTE
Salary : £39,324 to £48,327 per annum

We are looking for someone who can identify and deliver research opportunities relating to the CHC project on stroke – and specifically someone with qualitative research experience relating to evaluation or implementation science. You need to be able to identify opportunities for research, design this, develop effective networks and collaborations with researchers from other disciplines, and then carry out this research. To be part of our team you need to have a genuine desire to work as part of this exciting and challenging collaboration and be committed to research making a difference in practice.

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Greater Manchester CHC - Research Associate in Medical Statistics

Location : The University of Manchester
Closing Date : 26/02/2017
Employment Type : Fixed Term
Duration: As soon as possible until 31 December 2018
Hours Per week : 1 FTE
Salary : £31,076 to £38,183 per annum

We are seeking a medical statistician with significant, relevant and up to date knowledge in the advanced statistical analysis of large health datasets to contribute to contribute to projects in the Greater Manchester Connected Health City, with a particular focus on a stroke project. A PhD in statistics or a related area (or equivalent experience) is essential, as is experience in the analysis of complex healthcare problems and datasets.

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Greater Manchester CHC - Bio-Health Informatics Education and Development Associate

Location : The University of Manchester
Closing Date : 23/02/2017
Employment Type : Fixed Term
Duration: 01 February 2017 to 31 December 2018
Hours Per week : 1 FTE
Salary : £31,076 to £38,183 per annum

An opportunity has arisen for a Bio-Health Informatics Education and Development Associate to join the Greater Manchester Connected Health Cities (GM CHC) project to support the design and delivery of a range of teaching materials, engage in relevant scholarship, professional and knowledge exchange activities with support and guidance from Head of Education and other senior colleagues; and to carry out training administrative tasks assigned by the GM CHC Senior Management Team.

This is a varied and dynamic role in a fast paced environment and you will need to be comfortable producing a range of teaching materials, gather and assess learning requirements of multiple stakeholders and engage in collaborative scholarship activities in a manner that supports a research-informed approach to teaching. We are looking for someone who is ideas-driven, enthusiastic and able to work well as part of the wider GM CHC team.

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North West Coast CHC - Chief Operating Officer

Location: The Innovation Agency, Daresbury
Closing Date : 01/03/2017
Employment Type : Fixed Term
Duration : Until 31 March 2018
Working pattern: 15 Hours/Week
Salary : £66,582 to £82,434 per annum

Tenure: Until 31/03/18 (but with the strong possibility of extension to the end of the Connected Health Cities Programme)

Connected Health Cities (CHC) is a £20m government initiative to seed learning health systems in four regions across the North of England. The aim is to test at scale care pathway redesign and quality improvement by using advanced data analytics.

CHC is organised around a hub and spoke model with the North West Coast region as one of the four selected areas of delivery. The Innovation Agency is leading the programme across the region, on behalf of the Northern Health Science Alliance (NHSA). The agency leads on communication, patient engagement and regional coordination it also supports and manages delivery of the programme across partners at the Universities of Liverpool and Lancaster; and AIMES Grid Services.

The responsibilities of the post holder will lead to :-

  • improved health of residents by using data to impact on front line health services
  • maximisation of the use of digital health data
  • engagement with partners from the NHS, academia and industry.

We are looking for a very experienced Chief Operating Officer to run the programme.

You will have experience in managing large scale data programmes and large budgets.

You will work closely with the CHC and the NHSA as well as with the CHC Hub at The University of Manchester.

The position will be employed on a fixed term contract/secondment will be offered.

For further information/enquiries please contact Anthony Roberts on 01772 520250.

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