System Development Manager

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Keystream Healthcare
London (Central)
From £46,625 to £57,640 per annum
29 Sep 2016
27 Oct 2016
Contract Type
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced System Development Manager to join a busy and successful NHS client in Central London on a permanent basis. The appointed System Development Manager will directly manage the system development team and be responsible for any of the day-to-day work assigned to team Main Duties; · Manage the team to ensure an effective and efficient system development function · Oversee the strategic and operational management of the system development team to maintain a strategic overview of development requirements in line with programme needs, clinical system tools and pathway tool requirements · Provide the direction and framework for implementing business initiatives and/or large-scale change · Develop and actively manage implementation plans to ensure programmes and projects are delivered on time and within budget. · Develop robust business cases for complex/high value projects to enable informed decisions to be made on whether and how to proceed. · Identify and actively manage project risks and issues, including those that are strategic and politically sensitive, so that mitigating actions are developed and implemented to ensure projects remain on track. · Carry out stakeholder analyses, develop and maintain effective stakeholder management and communication plans to obtain relevant stakeholder input whilst at the same time ensuring they are kept up-to-date on progress and issues. · Develop and track metrics to ensure benefits of project are quantified and realised upon implementation. · Provide technical expertise, guidance and advice to colleagues within the team and across teams to overcome barriers to delivery and support the resolution of issues. Essential Skills; · Thorough understanding of the intricacies of working in the NHS · Educated to masters level or equivalent level of experience of working at a senior level in developing clinical systems/clinical pathways ITIL Certified · Extensive knowledge of specialist areas, acquired through post graduate diploma or equivalent experience or training plus further specialist knowledge or experience to master’s level equivalent · Evidence of post qualifying and continuing professional development · Must have an understanding of the background to and aims of current healthcare policy in London for the Healthy London Programme, Primary Care Transformation agenda and Five Year Forward View · Programme management experience evidenced through working within a recognised programme/project framework and managing an entire lifecycle to deliver complex programmes and projects within a programme of business change. Details; · Permanent Opportunity · Central London NHS Organisation · ASAP Start · Band 8b AFC £46,625 - £57,640 Higher Cost Area Supplement (Inner London) If you have the necessary skills, please send you CV for immediate consideration. This job was originally posted as