Data Liaison Manager Jobs Vacancy at Nhs England London
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Data Liaison Manager Jobs Vacancy at Nhs England London Jobs Details:
NHS England leads the National Health Service (NHS) in England. We set the priorities and direction of the NHS and encourage and inform the national debate to improve health and care.
We want everyone to have greater control of their health and their wellbeing, and to be supported to live longer, healthier lives by high quality health and care services that are compassionate, inclusive and constantly-improving.
NHS England shares out more than £100 billion in funds and holds organisations to account for spending this money effectively for patients and efficiently for the tax payer. A lot of the work we do involves the commissioning of health care services in England. We commission the contracts for GPs, pharmacists, and dentists and we support local health services that are led by groups of GPs called Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs). CCGs plan and pay for local services such as hospitals and ambulance services.
We have devised a strategic vision for the NHS, along with our partners in health, called the Five Year Forward View. And now, with our partners, we are delivering that vision. This vision shows that we are getting serious about prevention, identifying and delivering improvements in health care, redesigning the NHS so it continues to meet the needs of patients, ensuring the NHS is financially sustainable and engaging the public in this whole process.
We strongly believe in health and high quality care for all, now and for future generations.
Please note, if the advertised role is based in London on an Agenda for Change Pay Band, it will attract a High Cost Area Supplement. If this post is an Executive or Senior Manager (ESM) role or Medical Leader position this supplement is not applicable.
If you are taking up this post on a part time basis, your salary and any allowances will be adjusted pro rata.
Data Manager – Cancer Drug Fund
London – This post will be based in London with some flexibility of base/working arrangements to be considered on an individual basis. The post holder will be expected to be in London on a regular basis for key meetings and required to travel throughout England.
An opportunity has arisen to appoint to a new post in the London Cancer Drugs Fund team, part of Specialised Commissioning at NHS England.
The Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF) is a source of funding for cancer drugs in England, which:
• Provides patients with faster access to the most promising new cancer treatments
• Helps to ensure more value for money for taxpayers
• Offers pharmaceutical companies (who price their products responsibly) a new fast-track route to NHS funding.
As the Data Manager for the Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF), the post holder will support the effective operations of this high-profile £340m fund across England, supporting a dynamic team based nationally and regionally.
This role supports the business in driving transformation as well as value for money in planning, commissioning and service. The role is designed to build a combination of subject matter expertise and technical skills to develop a strong service delivery. The data manager will lead on the varied and diverse data requirements and develop the necessary relationships required for the new CDF and other arrangements. The post holder will be expected to develop and implement systems to ensure information is effectively managed and best practice is shared across the team, directorate and wider NHS organisations, as appropriate.
As a highly motivated individual you will be outstanding at:
• Working under direction and independently to drive progress and delivery, making improvements to the new scheme as required.
• Working with informatics colleagues and others to ensure a consistent approach which aligns with the overall strategy for medicines data
• Making sense of complex data in order to maximise the effective use of the fixed fund.
• Managing and motivating diverse team members in a nationally-dispersed model, adopting a range of management styles to foster effective working.
• Contributing to partnership working with stakeholders and colleagues to include, but not be limited to: the Department of Health, NICE, Public Health England, Blueteq, charities, patient groups, pharmaceutical companies and industry and trade bodies.
• Developing and maintaining clear and succinct processes and procedures and being able to communicate these to a range of stakeholders in a simple and unambiguous way.
• Applying a calm problem solving approach through consideration of options available and assessment of the risks and mitigation actions available.
• Managing the flow of information between NHSE, NICE and PHE as well as other stakeholder to support the managed access arrangements for specific drugs within the CDF as well as for more general reporting and governance.
If you feel you have the necessary experience and attributes to fulfil this exciting new role, please submit your application via NHS Jobs.
Interviews will likely take place W/C 4th December 2017.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Brad Groves on 07730 379 744.
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