Isle of Wight NHS Trust careers 2022 in Newport, England, United Kingdom – INTERNAL ONLY – Senior Clinical Systems Analyst

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We’re thrilled that you are thinking of joining us.

Why wouldn’t you choose the Isle of Wight NHS Trust?

We serve a population of approximately 150,000 residents, making the services we offer variable and personalised with a flexible approach to our service users. Every day brings a fresh challenge to our staff and being part of our island gives you the opportunity to work as one cohesive team.

The Isle of Wight is a unique and stunning gem located off the South Coast of England, a short ferry journey from Portsmouth and Southampton, with journey times taking from as little as 10 minutes. London can be reached in 90 minutes by rail from Southampton or Portsmouth. There is a regional airport at Southampton, with flights to many European destinations as well as UK mainland cities The island offers our visitors and residents an amazing coastline with beautiful countryside, year round events, festivals and award-winning attractions..

Our top priority in the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic is to protect our patients, our staff and our community.

Where possible, interviews are currently being conducted remotely via Microsoft Teams.

Until further notice, all patients and visitors to Isle of Wight Trust sites will be required to wear a face covering.

At the IOW NHS Trust we are committed to putting the safety and care of our patients first, as well as helping us to protect you and your colleague and therefore we would recommend that you are vaccinated against COVID-19 and that you understand that we are treating COVID-19 positive patients within our services.

Senior Clinical Systems Analyst – Band 6 – Permanent

We live in a digital world. Payments are made without handling cash, letters are sent without using paper, and since the pandemic, meetings are held without leaving home.

Our imagination has sparked innovative ways of working and new ways to offer care. By using virtual consultations, we can offer remote therapy and testing, and even treatments by post.

Healthcare is evolving to embrace the digital world and take advantage of innovative technologies that provide safe care for everyone. As a result, technology is helping the health economy transform the way we deliver care.

Our digital mission is to ensure that information is collected digitally and made available in the right place, in the right hands, securely, accurately, and timely, to enable the best possible care to be delivered.

Our Information Management and Technology (IM&T) digital vision and mission will be realised through the achievement of clear, prioritised digital objectives. These objectives will be delivered through focused programmes of work that optimise our access to and use of digital technology. Better access and use of technology will positively impact patients, improve system and service sustainability, and deliver against wider national NHS ambitions.

Historically, the Trust has struggled to invest in technology to support services for our community at the same time as delivering digital transformation. This underinvestment has now been recognised and during 2021-2024 the Trust is looking to receive funding, in excess of £12.5 million, which will enable it to deliver against the digital strategy.

Change is inevitable. This is particularly relevant within a digital world where new innovations are constantly being explored. Our goal is to move with the technological advancements and enable the information to flow securely and be available when required.

Our Digital Transformation Strategy looks at technology, processes, workflows, and care pathways, ensuring that we provide evolving digital solutions that maintains, and improves current service provision to help deliver a holistic ‘health and care’ service which serves everyone and reduces health inequalities.

Our digital strategy is designed to also enable the Trust Strategy as well as respond to regional and national drivers such as the NHS Long Term Plan.

We are committed to working effectively with our system partners to ensure that information is available to deliver to the NHS ‘RightCare’ principles. Making sure that the right person has the right care, in the right place, at the right time, by making best use of available resources.

Digital solutions will be central to delivering effective healthcare for the island. We will provide the island with connected care, informed care, and safe care.

We will help deliver seamless service transition between Ambulance, Acute, Mental Health and Community by reducing duplication and enabling an ‘Integrated Care Service’ to all.

Who will help to make this happen?

Our well established and very talented Information Management and Technology (IM&T).

We also work closely with our Clinical Chief information Officer who leads the Digital Clinical Senate and Governance Groups to ensure information is of quality and kept safe.

Together we have created, and are implementing, our ambitious digital strategy.

We will engage with staff through digital ambassadors to help adoption of digital technology and understand what hurdles there are to overcome.

We have a unique model of care on the Isle of Wight, we are the only integrated NHS Trust that provides Acute, Mental Health, Community Services and Ambulance provision in the country.

Our visionis for high quality, compassionate care that makes a positive difference to our Island community.

Our missionis to make sure that our community is at the heart of everything we do. We will work together and with our partners to improve and join up services for its benefit.

We are now ready to add further talent to our team and are focused currently on recruiting multiple Senior Clinical Systems Analysts to join our newly formed Clinical Systems Team within the Clinical Systems and Service Desk Department, at the Isle of Wight NHS Trust. This is an exciting time with the trust implementing a new dynamic Digital Strategy.

The Senior Clinical Systems Analysts have a key role in supporting the digital agenda within the organisation providing the technical knowledge and experience required for the successful management and development of new and existing systems, and responsibility for working to underpin the Trusts digital Strategy.

The post holder will be dealing with system configuration, data analysis, process and data flows and regular system maintenance to name a few tasks. The post holder will have a supervisory role to the Clinical System Analysts and promote outstanding leadership at all times. The Post holder needs to be self-motivated and able to work under pressure and have a positive approach to change and have excellent analytical, problem-solving skills.

This role will be based on the Isle of Wight at St Mary’s hospital; however, we offer flexible working arrangements, we have an Agile Working Policy and a Flexible Working Policy (currently under review).

If you have experience working within health or social care that would be desirable, however not essential.

Interviews will be held: Wednesday 4th May 2022 at St Mary’s Hospital, Newport, Isle of Wight, PO30 5TG.

Closing date: Wednesday 20 April 2022

If you are shortlisted for interview the panel would like you to prepare a 5-minute presentation on ‘How would you demonstrate leadership in a senior role?’

Our approach is to be inclusive and ensure that you will make a great addition to our team by giving you, and us, the opportunity to identify strengths and how you will complement the existing team.

Important information

  • There may be some occasions where we have to close a vacancy once sufficient applications have been received. It is therefore advisable that you submit your application as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
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  • Employment at Isle of Wight NHS Trust is offered subject to a successful Probationary Period.
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Equality Statement We are committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all our employees as well as maintaining a workforce that reflects our local communities we serve.

In accordance with the Equality Act, we welcome applications from anyone who meets the specific criteria of the post regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender reassignment, marital status, pregnancy, religion or belief or sexual orientation. Reasonable adjustments to the interview process can be made as required.

The NHS and primary care define flexible working as “an arrangement which supports an individual to have greater choice in when… where and how they work” – flexible working arrangements are supported and can be discussed in relation to any advertised role.

Company: Isle of Wight NHS Trust

Vacancy Type: Full-time · Associate

Job Location: Newport, England, United Kingdom

Application Deadline: N/A

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