Head of Digital Transformation and Innovation
Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
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Across our Digital portfolio we are working to the following principles:
- Putting users' needs first
- Designing for simplicity
- Working in an agile way
- Communicating and engaging throughout
All members of the Digital Leadership team will strive towards "Applying the culture, processes, business models & technologies of the internet era to respond to people's raised expectations" [Tom Loosemore's definition of Digital].
This is a key role driving the beating heart' of change we aim to deliver in BHT and will work across the ICT portfolio (Technology, Digital, Health Intelligence, Clinical Coding, Medical Records).
It will be responsible for driving a cultural change across ICT, enabling a PMO that manages resource contention, prioritisation, risk and budget and ultimately delivers millions of pounds of change projects each year. The post holder will be a senior management professional within BHT and be a lead enabler to the delivery of our digital ambitions.
Main duties of the job
- To operate as a key member of the Digital pillar senior management team which oversees the effective delivery of all services within the directorate
- Develop, lead and manage the delivery of the programmes associated with the Digital Strategy, which includes a number of projects or initiatives of significant size, complexity and risk ensuring that they do not have an adverse impact on patient care and quality
- To lead the Digital product development team, taking a multi-disciplinary team approach and use of user-led approaches
- Create and foster a culture of innovation, exploring emerging technology and its application to our ambitions.
- Leadership and line management, creating the environment for happy, motivated and highly performing teams.
- Promote the adoption of agile methodologies across project teams and into the wider Trust.
- Delivery of the Project Management Office (PMO) function on behalf of the ICT Portfolio, reporting regularly on project performance, risk management and financial control.
- Shared responsibility for the operational success to deliver the 'My Care Record' (MCR) - supporting the Integrated Care System (ICS) objectives. The post holder must also ensure the MCR project streams are delivered to time, budget and quality specifications.
- Development of business justifications, business cases and programme artefacts in collaboration with Business Unit operational teams, working to principles of Minimum Viable Bureaucracy.
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What does Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust offer you?o As part of our BHT family, you'll benefit from learning and development opportunities to support your career progression.o We offer flexible and agile working opportunities, alongside your NHS benefits of generous annual leave entitlement, pension and access to NHS discount schemes. o We provide a range of health and wellbeing services to promote a healthy, happy workforce.Why work for us?o We're committed to promoting inclusion and making sure all colleagues feel they belong. We encourage new colleagues from a diverse range of backgrounds to apply.o As an employer, we aim to create a workplace where differences are valued and colleagues treat one another with dignity and respect.o Greater diversity within our BHT family improves positive outcomes for the people and communities we serve.What do we stand for?o Our vision is to provide outstanding care, support healthy communities and be a great place to work.o Our mission is to provide personal and compassionate care every time.o Our CARE values are collaborate, aspire, respect and enable.
For a comprehensive list of responsibilities and duties, please kindly refer to the Job Description and Person Specification by downloading the JD and PS attachment in the advert.
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