Tender Alert: Simulation for Digital Health (SimDH) and A2i needs CRM supplier (UK)

London South Bank University (LSBU) is seeking a supplier for Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems for its A2i and SimDH initiatives. This will house “reporting functions that can measure progress, achievement of target outputs/results and both intended and unintended impacts….The CRM system will provide end-to-end management for all SMEs participating in the projects.” The contract is valued up to £20,000. More information on the contract tender is here on the Gov.UK site. Act quickly–it closes 10 November. Hat tip to reader Susanne Woodman.

Who’s hiring? Project manager-Simulation for Digital Health (SimDH) (UK)

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