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(A reminder to our Readers that Who’s Hiring–and Who’s Available–are free services of TTA and a great way to connect with thousands of readers in the UK and the US. We post initially in Latest News and archive in ‘Who’s available?’ and ‘Who’s hiring’.)
From the listing posted by London South Bank University, applications close 13 November:
South Bank University Enterprise Ltd, the enterprise company of London South Bank University, is looking for a Project Manager (PM) within its Research, Enterprise and Innovation Department (REI). REI activities cover a range of income generating activities and also support wider entrepreneurial activity and external engagement between business, staff and students.
The current post provides an exciting opportunity to join the newly developed Institute of Health and Wellbeing, an interdisciplinary and inter-professional centre of excellence working towards improving the health and wellbeing status of individuals, communities and regions. The Institute combines a number of expert disciplines across LSBU in a single unit, helping foster novel collaborations, partnerships and innovative research and enterprise activities. The focus of the Institute is to improve the health and wellbeing of populations through impactful interventions, research and policy guidance.
The PM will be responsible for the successful delivery of REI’s recently won European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) project, Simulation for Digital Health (SimDH). The role will require close working with Business Development Managers, academic Schools and external organisations to ensure projects are delivered to contract and achieve all desired objectives.
Complete information on the LSBU website. SimDH website–this program is intended to assist health SMEs to develop and deliver novel products, processes or services. It will start in January but applications are being taken now here. Hat tip to reader Susanne Woodman
Steve Purdham, who is the Chairman of 3rings, is advising our readers of two new Business Development Manager opportunities with his company.
The ‘Internet of Things’ is going to change the future of care and 3rings is at the centre of this fantastic opportunity. Due to expansion in its operation, 3rings, is looking for two ambitious BDM’s to join our digital team. If you have passion to change things then contact Steve on email@example.com
Full details @ https://news.3rings.co.uk/?p=237
3rings has developed and markets an electrical plug that, when the appliances are used, tracks a person’s activities of daily living. The information is delivered to the 3rings app so that family, friends and neighbors not only know of normal behavior but also when something is ‘off’. (Our past two years of coverage is here.)
Asthma UK has decided on a most exciting initiative to educate the tech industry on how they can best support the condition with new technology. Spearheading this activity will be this new role which is also expected to bring expertise to developing those digital health solutions: part stakeholder management, part UX designer.
If you want to know more, Joe Clift, Senior Policy Officer at Asthma UK, who is working alongside this new role, will be talking at the next DHACA Day in Leeds on October 6th (book here).
Details of the application are here. Applications close on 9th October.
A nine-month contract is open at The King’s Fund for a Press and Public Affairs Manager. Initially a maternity cover, a person in this position will deliver media coverage, disseminate their work to stakeholders and oversee some communications projects. More information and a link to application here. Hat tip to Claire Taylor of the KF.
TTA is a media partner of The King’s Fund Digital Health and Care Congress coming up this July, offering a 10 percent discount on registration to our Readers at this link (or click on the advert in the right sidebar); however we continue to offer free job postings like this or situations wanted, so take advantage!
TTA Situations Wanted poster succeeds! Back in August, Hannah Lowish, an experienced project manager formerly with one of the UK’s leading remote monitoring health providers, asked this Editor to run a listing posting her background in our ‘Who’s available?’ section (above). It was our pleasure to do so (and also revive this section under Jobs.)
Hannah has now written us advising that she has now started a new position with Tunstall Healthcare in their programme delivery team. Congratulations Hannah! And thank you for advising us.
And if you are seeking a new situation, or have a position to fill, we are listing–free as a service to our industry. Please write Editor Donna. We will post both confidential and identity revealed contacts.
If you are available to lend your talents to a new company in the digital health field, we invite you to list your information here.
Write up a short bio (or your elevator speech), what situation you are looking for, location (our readership is international,predominantly in the UK and US) and how you prefer to be contacted. This can be your LinkedIn profile, your email address or Twitter handle.
This may also be done anonymously through us if you prefer. Please email your Situation Wanted to Editor Donna. (We provide this as a free service to the digital health community.)
(And when you land, let us know–not only to remove it, but also so that we can tell your story!)
Now if you have a position that needs filling, see here….