|Salary:||£45,585 to £54,395 pa|
|Placed On:||14th November 2023|
|Closes:||29th November 2023|
We are looking for a highly motivated and professional individual to join the Department of Primary Care Health Sciences to lead our Information Governance (IG) function supporting our academic colleagues with navigating the, often complex, IG requirements with which we engage in our delivery of world class research and teaching.
You will be leading the development of IG resources, policies and documentation for a variety of research centres and the wider Department, providing advice and guidance on IG issues, supporting the deployment of IG processes such as Data Protection by Design reviews, and working to improve the awareness of IG principles and practices throughout the Department.
As a leader in Primary Care research, we manage and use health care data from a variety of sources, requiring careful adherence to various data providers terms and conditions as well as following UK GDPR, NHSE Toolkit and - more recently, the development of Secure Research Environments (SDE) and Trusted Research Environments (TRE). These impose requirements which we need to meet or exceed while still supporting the work of our academic colleagues.
You will be able to apply your knowledge of data protection to help the Department continue to meet regulatory requirements and standards as well as support efforts towards obtaining Cyber Essentials.
You will be joining a small but supportive team as part of the wider, integrated Department IT &IG team, with options for career progression and development. As part of the University Medical Science Division, you will have access to the wider IG community both from the divisional team and the wider University IG community with the opportunity for networking across the professional services.
The post is available full time on a permanent basis; however, we are able to be flexible about how this would work, including flexible patterns of hours (e.g., five days over four with long hours) or remote/on-site working (with an expectation of 2 days on site).
You’ll also be entitled to 30 days annual leave plus bank holiday, pension scheme, salary sacrifice scheme for childcare alongside highly-rated University nurseries, as well as a huge range of discounts across a variety of providers on anything from parking at the airport to Dell laptops.
For any informal questions about the role please contact email@example.com.
“Committed to equality and valuing diversity”
The closing date for applications is noon on 29th November 2023
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