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22nd August 2022
The Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre (DHI) is looking for an enthusiastic and highly capable Project Manager with strong experience in digital health and care and/or the innovation environment, to deliver a portfolio of projects that enable health and care service change and empower our citizens.
Scotland’s Digital Health and Care Innovation Centre (DHI) is hosted by the University of Strathclyde. DHI harnesses digitally enabled innovation to seek and solve key challenges for the health and care sector, providing an essential link between the Scottish Government’s national priorities and the wealth of talent evident across different sectors and communities in Scotland. DHI combines leading industry, academic, design, technology, health and social care expertise, with citizen-lived experiences, to capitalise on Scotland’s growing capability and renowned skills in the digital technology sector. We support the essential transformation of health and care services and provide opportunities for our academic and industry partners to gather insight, evidence impact and gain national and global market traction. Our mission is to transform great ideas into real solutions.
DHI is looking for an enthusiastic and highly capable Project Manager with strong experience in digital health and care and/or the innovation environment, to deliver a portfolio of projects that enable health and care service change and empower our citizens.
Applications are invited from candidates who are seeking a challenging and rewarding role which provides a real opportunity to make a difference in our health and care environment. The successful candidate will be part of a small, dynamic team of project managers and co-ordinators reporting to the DHI Programme Manager but working on projects within the DHI Exchange with our Chief Technology Officer as well as working in collaboration with the wider DHI team members and our broad range of cross-sectoral partners. A hybrid working arrangement will be offered, where a desk and office space is available (in Glasgow) combined with home working. Travel will be required as DHI is a national resource and is involved in a number of national and international activities.
Date to be advised regarding the formal interview.
Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Pamela Mooney, Programme Manager.