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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 15/11/2019.

Band 7 Senior Information Analyst, Career Map Projects

Job Reference: 162-1578-SW-A-SED

Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals Trust
Corporate Nursing
Across Sites, Romford
£42,313 to £48,515 per annum inclusive

PEOPLE are at the HEART of everything we do

We believe that providing the highest quality of care, is about having the best people, inspired and supported by the best leaders, and backed by the best training and career development opportunities.

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All salaries are inclusive of standard allowances e.g. High Cost Area for staff on Agenda for Change contracts.

BHRUT’s ambition is to become an ‘Employer of Choice’ for all Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professionals (AHPs). In line with this, the Corporate Nursing team is leading an exciting portfolio of strategic workforce development and education projects. Known as the Career Map Projects, this suite of initiatives will drive a step-change in the way Nurses, Midwives and AHPs are recruited, trained and developed as senior clinicians and leaders of their various professions.

We are embarking on the biggest programme of career pathway transformation ever undertaken at BHRUT. This work will be supported through a comprehensive review of career development and education pathways, combined with the introduction of significant investment in a workforce information hub.

We are looking to recruit a Senior Information Analyst to join the Career Map Projects team.

We welcome applications from experienced and dedicated Information Analysts, who have a proven commitment to ensuring effective information management as part of change, service improvement and benefits realisation.

You would be an experienced Information Analyst looking for a leadership challenge and/or at a transition point in their career. This role can also be undertaken as a 18 months fixed term position or a 18 month secondment.

As a key part of this team, you will work very closely with clinical and operational senior leaders in the provision of insight to support decision making. Within the role, you will also be working closely with our professional leads for nursing, midwifery and allied professionals, and corporate services such as workforce information, education, practice development and HR and ICT.

You will have very strong analytical and interpersonal skills to support the delivery of complex, sometimes emotive, information. An enthusiastic team worker, you will undertake your job in a way that positively promotes co-operation and contributes to the development of innovative solutions to meet the information/reporting needs of the projects and key stakeholders, within the Trust, the North East London region and nationally.

The role will require you to provide timely and accurate management and performance information/report. You will be required to investigate complex information requirements and define solution options with recommendations.

Through this innovative and exciting opportunity, you will also:

Gain ‘real life’ experience of system-wide change and improvement;

  • Learn how to work with and influence senior clinicians, managers and professional leads;
  • Develop innovation skills through being accountable for the development and operation of business intelligence systems to support the delivery of project outcomes.

The key to unlocking this innovative programme of change is the engagement and involvement of key stakeholders, service users and staff.

The recruitment and selection process will include an assessment centre and is likely to be on 4th December 2019. You will be informed of the outcome of the assessment process within 1 week.

If you believe you have the skills we require for this dynamic and forward-thinking programme, please apply now!

The role will be predominantly based at Queen’s Hospital in Romford and may require travel across to our site at King George Hospital in Ilford.

For further details/informal visits, contact:

Kenye Karemo, Deputy to Chief Nurse for Workforce Development & Education –

All new staff appointed to posts at the Trust are subject to a probationary period. This will give the new staff member an opportunity to become familiar with the culture and working environment of the Trust.

Applications should be made online, however, queries regarding the application process or assistance with completion of the form (for applicants with a disability) can be made to Sarah Wood / Nichola Ceesay, Recruitment Department, on 01708 435000 ext 3861. Further details regarding the post may be obtained by contacting the manager as per the contact details above.

Barking Havering and Redbridge University Hospital NHS Trust is committed to Safeguarding Children and Adults at Risk and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Part-time hours and flexible working may be considered if the service is able to accommodate.

Unfortunately due to the large number of applications that the Trust receives for some posts, it is not possible to reply to every unsuccessful application.

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Please ensure that the references are from your most recent employer and one of these must be your direct Line Manager or Supervisor. Additionally, ensure that any gaps in your employment history are clearly indicated.

In order to streamline recruitment with our Trust some of our vacancies may expire prior to the advertised closing date.

Trust buildings and grounds became fully Smoke Free on National No Smoking Day 11th March 2015. The Trust expects all staff to promote healthy living and to set good examples in their own behaviour. Those not ready to quit smoking must remain smoke free during working hours, and will not be able to smoke in Trust uniform, in Trust grounds including car parks, while driving on Trust business or take smoking breaks. Second hand smoke causes heart and lung disease, and is harmful to young children. However, disposable or rechargeable e-cigarettes (“vaping”) may be used outside hospital buildings.

We are an equal opportunity employer welcoming applications from all sections of the community and welcomes applications from people wishing to job-share, either with or without a partner. Applicants who consider themselves to have a disability (as defined by the Equality Act 2010) will be shortlisted for interview if they meet the essential criteria. We also operate strict screening procedures for posts with access to vulnerable adults and children.

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