Emergency Care Dataset Project Manager

The Royal College of Emergency Medicine

The Royal College of Emergency Medicine was established in 2008 by Royal Charter as a charitable body, and is responsible for training and academic standards of the specialty as well as professional matters for Emergency Medicine doctors in the UK.

An exciting project management role as part of a key national NHS project has arisen.

The Emergency Care Data Set is being rolled out across the NHS in England and this role is to support the roll out and implementation of the project. Working closely at senior levels with NHS England, NHS information and within this Royal College the post holder will have an opportunity to be part of a major change being introduced into emergency care data collection.

This is a six-month opportunity and will suit an experienced project manager looking for an interim challenge within an influential senior team.  The post holder will bring to bear a keen understanding of health informatics, information technology and information standards as well as knowledge of information governance and project assurance. Ideally the post holder will have a healthcare background with experience in acute care.

The post holder will be based at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine offices in London, but will be expected to work from NHS England’s Skipton House office in London at least once a week. There will be an expectation of travel in the role.

How to apply:

Visit the College website for a job description and person specification and to download the application form. 

www.rcem.ac.uk – About – work for us

Please send your complete application by email to rcem@rcem.ac.uk.

The deadline for receipt of applications is 28th September at 17:00 (GMT).

Interviews to take place on 5th October 2017.