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Haematology Data Manager

Job Reference: 425-A-19-26041

Employer:
Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Medicine
Location:
Sheffield
Salary:
£20,150 to £23,363 per annum pro rata

We have 2 vacancies within the department 18.5 hours per week and 5.5 hours per week - please stipulate on your application form which vacancy/vacancies you are applying for

The Haematology Department at Sheffield Children’s Hospital has an exciting opportunity for Data Managers to join their team.The post holder will provide specialised data management support to all members of the Haematology and Oncology Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) and will be primarily responsible for interpreting and recording haematology data onto internal and external databases and should be able to manage their own workload effectively. Previous experience of working as a data manager within an MDT and a good understanding of medical terminology, particularly in the haematology and oncology setting, would be an advantage. Attention to detail, numeracy and excellent IT skills are essential to the post.

18.5 hours per week

The Malignant Haematology Data Manager will be required to work 18.5 hours per week, which can be worked flexibly but must include Friday afternoon. The main responsibility of this post is the collection of data relating to patients undergoing Haemopoietic Stem Cell (HSCT) Transplants and is a requirement of the department’s JACIE and HTA accreditation.

The Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust HSCT programme provides an autologous and allogeneic HSCT service for children and adolescents

The role requires active participation during external and internal inspections and at times of peer review. The malignant Haematology Data Manager will be expected to participate in continuing education relating to data management and this will include attending update training at EBMT and BSBMT as this is a requirement of JACIE accreditation.

 

5.5 hours per week

The Non-Malignant Data Manager post is for 5.5 hours per week, which can be worked flexibly throughout the week, although the candidate would be expected to attend monthly MDT meetings which are usually held on a Wednesday afternoon. The main responsibility of this post is for the collection of data relating to patients who have been diagnosed with a haemoglobinopathy disorder.

Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust is a Specialist Haemoglobinopathy Centre and providing specialist care for children diagnosed with a haemoglobinopathy within South Yorkshire, North Derbyshire and Lincolnshire. There are currently 65 children with a haemoglobinopathy disorder registered at our centre who attend for regular review. All children and young people with Haemoglobinopathies are, with consent, entered onto the National Haemoglobinopathy Register and all patients are offered long term care as set out in national standards.

This role requires active participation during external and internal inspections and at times of peer review.

 

For further details about the role, or to arrange an informal visit, please contact Sharon Barrott on 0114 3053166 – sharon.barrott@nhs.net




All communication throughout the application process will be via e-mail therefore please check your e-mail account and NHS Jobs account regularly. References are also requested by email (where possible). Therefore, to speed up the recruitment process please provide an email address for all referees when completing your application form.

The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. If a DBS check is required for the post you are applying for any offer of employment will be provisional on a satisfactory DBS check being obtained.

In line with other NHS Organisations in the Yorkshire and Humber Region a successful candidate appointed into a post within this Trust will be required to pay the DBS check fee (£49). This is customarily payable over 4 months as a salary deduction once employed by the Trust. If you receive a conditional offer letter, complete your DBS application and later withdraw from the recruitment process, an invoice will be raised via the Trust's finance department to recoup the outlay.


Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust in accordance with the Equal Opportunities policy is committed to treating all individuals equally irrespective of age, race, social background, gender, sexual preference, colour, disability, nationality, ethnic origin, marital status, religion or trade union membership.

Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust reserves the right to close vacancies earlier than originally stated, if sufficient applications are received.

Please note that Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust do not reimburse any incurred interview expenses.


Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.


UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see applying from overseas.



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