As Deputy Director of Information, Communications and Technology (DDICT) you'll be a key member of the ICT leadership team with responsibility for the delivery of the Trust ICT capital programme with associated budget (circa £5m).
Critical to the Trust is the requirement to deliver a complex suite of essential new clinical information systems.
And this is why they need you, with a best of breed approach you'll be confident delivering this suite of Systems taking the overall responsibility for the success of this programme based on your experience of controlling the finance and resources to successfully deliver each system on time and within budget.
Working virtually across the organisation, with all levels of seniority to influence behaviour from front-line staff to back office to executive you will make a compelling case on the importance of ICT as an enable for change. Key areas for development include:
- Operational management
- People Management
- Policy development
- Resource Management
You can demonstrable experience in a senior ICT management role exposed to large corporate networks and in a demanding environment. Managing contracts, which includes supplier relationships whilst understanding of information flows, reporting, data quality and the clinical coding functions are part and parcel of your makeup.
You ability to establish and performance manage the delivery of excellent ICT services, with analytical and problem solving skills is a given along with excellent negotiation, persuasion and influence skills at all levels.