Data Liaison Manager

Posted to IASSIST on: 2018-08-02

Employer: Cancer Research UK

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evelop and manage relationships with key providers of health and social care data across the UK to secure access to critical data.Influence external stakeholders on the development of new and existing datasets to meet CRUK’s analytical data requirements.Support requests for data - held by external bodies - by CRUK’s Cancer Intelligence team and the wider Policy and Information directorate.Manage data protection compliance and other technical/governance requirements for data received by CRUK’s Cancer Intelligence team in line with the needs of data providers and industry best practice. Here at Cancer Research UK, our understanding of cancer is increasing at a faster pace than ever before, and more people are surviving thanks to the work we do. Every day we achieve extraordinary things by being innovative, imaginative and bold in our work. Now we need an experienced data manager to facilitate access for CRUK staff to external datasets and other critical sources of date, to improve the management of data held by the Policy and Information directorate and to support the generation of cancer intelligence that will drive interventions designed to improve cancer outcomes. Join our collective force and help us lead the way through your…Knowledge of information governance, patient confidentiality and data security.Experience working with of health (esp. cancer) data collection and systemsexperience of implementing and embedding effecting data management systems and processesProven ability to build and maintain effective working relationships and partnerships with colleagues, researchers, clinicians, scientists and other stakeholders Our relentless drive towards beating cancer means that we’re constantly trying new avenues, which means you’ll be innovative and open-minded to new ways of working.

You’ll need the ability to engage and win people over, convey complex ideas succinctly and provide structure and clarity to an emerging area of work within the Policy and Information team. You’ll also need a comprehensive appreciation of engaging with and influencing at a senior level within the NHS and/or Public Health England.

Archived on: 2018-08-24