Clinical Database Manager
Hours: Full time/ Minimum 30 hours considered
Monday to Friday, flexible hours will be considered
Salary: Circa £35K dependent on experience
About Us –
Princess Alice Hospice cares for terminally ill adults across a large part of Surrey, south west London and Middlesex, in their own homes and at the hospice in Esher. Last year we cared for nearly 3,500 in the community and our 32 Princess Alice Nurses made more than 10,000 home visits. More than 1 million people live within our care area and over £9 million is needed each year to provide these vital and much needed services. With limited NHS funding more than 75% of funding must be raised through voluntary donations and fundraising.
Do you want to make a difference to our patients and their families at one of the most important times of their lives?
Then a position at Princess Alice Hospice might be just what you are looking for.
Our clinical departments deliver services that bring the skills and expertise of our team of highly-trained professionals – specialist palliative doctors, nurses, social workers, welfare advisors, chaplain and therapists straight to patients’ their families and carers, giving them access to the vital support they need.
About the role –
After a period of review and investment in our clinical data we are now ready to take the next step in appointing an experienced manager to oversee and ‘own’ Crosscare our clinical database.
The main purpose of the role will be to enable, promote, and support the effective use of clinical data and information, by service users. To be responsible for database administration, design, and problem solving and to ensure the effective, efficient and consistent use of the clinical database so that the Hospice can meet internal and external reporting requirements.
A significant element of the role will be to provide initial and ongoing training, support and guidance to all users of across the hospice. This role will also line manage our clinical audit and effectiveness facilitator.
The ability to build and maintain effective working relationships with users across the organisation is essential, so outstanding communication and negotiation skills are also necessary. Excellent time management and analytical skills are crucial for this role as is the ability for you to work under your own initiative.
For an informal discussion please contact Lesley Spencer, Director of patient Care and Strategic Development or Rebecca Trower Head of Quality and Patient Experience on 01372 461827
Closing date: 20th June 2016
Interview date: 7th July 2016
For further information or an application pack please contact the HR Department, stating which vacancy you are applying for
on 01372 461852 (24 hr answerphone) or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Online applications can also be made via www.pah.org.uk/jobs