Chief Nursing Information Officer
NHS AfC: Band 8d/9
The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust is a District General Hospital providing acute services to the people of West Essex and East Hertfordshire and has a positive and successful approach to developing and delivering health care.
The Trust believes in investing in all our staff and rewarding high standards of care whilst on our journey to outstanding and expect our staff to uphold the Trust values which are Respectful, Caring, Responsible and Committed.
We have two very ambitious projects that are going key to our transformation: the implementation of new a new EPR by 2022 and the development of a brand new hospital on a green field site by 2025, The role of the Chief Nursing Information Officer will work as a key to support us on our journey. We’re looking for a senior nurse to serve as a bridge between nursing and information technology, working at a leadership level to ensure all voices are represented in our decision making and planning.
Main duties of the job
You will use the development of informatics to drive forward improvement and transformation of our clinical processes and pathways, laying the transition into a new hospital in 2025. We’re looking for someone who has demonstrable experience in senior nursing leadership, information technology and experience of implementing complex EPR systems.
Working for our organisation
This is an exciting time for PAHT. Over the next five years we are on a digital transformation journey, leading us to our brand new hospital. You’ll be being part of the team leading and supporting our organisation in a diverse and challenging role; a role which can make a significant difference to our patients, staff and the future direction of our services.
Our people demonstrate energy and commitment towards improving the care and experiences provided to our patients and the drive to be an ‘outstanding’ organisation. It’s never been a better time to join us.
Detailed job description and main responsibilities
- Understand and support the development of the operational and strategic vision of the Trust.
- Ensure strong clinical leadership, support change management and adoption of the clinical digital strategy and aligned transformation programme
- Provide leadership and direction for nursing informatics with a primary focus on nursing practice including research in support of interdisciplinary patient-centred care
Skills/Competency & Experience
- Meets essential criteria
- Meets desirable criteria
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
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This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2020 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Documents to download
Further details / informal visits contact
- Phil Holland
- Job title
- Chief Information Officer
- Email address
If you have problems applying, contact
The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust
- 01279 962382