Mr. Paul Dixon has taken advantage of our open offer to Readers who are available to lend their talents to new or established companies in the healthcare or healthcare tech field.
I am a “tech-savvy” and experienced user training professional with extensive experience in providing training in a broad range of contexts and environments. I am specifically experienced in security, social alarm and telecare control rooms. As I also have a background in management and leadership, one of my key differentiators is that I focus on behavioural change in staff, not just on “mechanical” user processes.
In addition to training, I can create a full range of user-focused training materials.
Mr. Dixon was kind enough to include a comprehensive overview of how he can contribute to a company. He’s available for short and medium term projects as a freelancer, or on-going user training on an ad-hoc or retainer basis. Contact him on (m) 07734 600950 (UK) or email@example.com. He’s on Twitter at @PaulWBM.
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.
Who’s hiring? mHabitat (UK) Who’s available? Industrial engineer with 20 years experience seeks Silver Economy company (Spain)
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….