We’re recruiting a data manager
Inflammatory Bowel Disease Registry
Data Manager, London
£25,000-£30,000 per annum
The British Society of Gastroenterology is an organisation and registered charity focused on the promotion of gastroenterology within the United Kingdom. The IBD Registry is a national project managed by the BSG which is creating the first ever UK-wide repository of anonymised IBD adult and paediatric data for prospective audit, service improvement and research. The IBD Registry is entering an exciting period as it opens data collection to all hospitals in the UK.
The new post of Data Manager has been created to be responsible for maintaining and updating the central database systems within the IBD Registry IT infrastructure. This will involve set up of new hospital and user registrations, user helpline enquiries and configuring the databases and reports. Training in the InfoFlex software will be provided.
Candidates should have relevant IT experience, an understanding of Data Protection and Information Governance principles, a methodical approach to work planning and time management, and good communication and team-working skills.
To apply, please send your CV and a cover letter to [email protected] confirming your salary expectations and current availability. Candidates must have the right to work in the UK.
Closing date: 4th March 2016. Interviews in the week beginning 7th March.
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