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Teenage Cancer Trust
Multiple Locations
£25,648 per year
Co-ordinating delivery & development of 2 products, a needs tool for clinicians/patients & an online community for young people with cancer

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Greater London
£25,648 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Full-time (35 hours), Permanent

Home based or could be London Office based (with extensive travel (when permitted))

£25,648 per annum (Homebased)/£28,217per annum (London based)

This role will coordinate the delivery and development of two innovative digital products, the Integrated Assessment Mapping Portal (IAM) – a holistic needs tool designed for clinicians and patients – and Connect, a unique, online community for young people going through or recovering from cancer.

The post holder will coordinate the implementation across NHS TYA (Teenagers and Young Adult) services, ensuring it is aligned with digital platforms, and deliver user training.

Ensuring that technology is maximising the impact of our services, means every day will be different, so you will be a confident self-starter, able to adapt to technical and practical challenges autonomously. You will have knowledge of the NHS (or similar), and experience in planning, testing, delivery, and evaluating digital products is essential.

Stakeholder engagement encompasses working with external agencies to ensure the needs of clinical stakeholders are met. Building excellent relationships with colleagues and external parties, you will collate business information effectively and identify opportunities to maximise potential. Our community is young, vibrant, and engaging but, require sensitivity and maturity around cancer and diagnosis.

This is a central role in our digital vision and is key to sustaining frontline service staff and the Teenagers and Young Adults they support. If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.  Don’t forget to upload your CV and a supporting statement that explains how you meet the criteria for the role.

Applications should be received by 12 noon, Monday 4th October 2021
First interviews   Tuesday 12th/Wednesday 13th October 2021(online)
Second interviews: Tuesday 19th October 2021(online)

We are committed to working towards ensuring Teenage Cancer Trust is a diverse and inclusive place to work. We welcome applications from everyone regardless of race, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability.

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Refreshed on: 25 September 2021
Closing date: 04 October 2021
Tags: Project Management,Digital
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