About Welbeck Health Partners
We are an exciting healthcare company. Agile, forward-thinking and committed to excellence, we have ambitious growth plans and aspire to build an outstanding healthcare company – our aim is to be ‘Beyond Better’ in everything we do.
We know new healthcare models can drive significant quality and efficiency benefits in markets around the world. Our model is based on partnering with Doctors to build and operate highly specialised healthcare centres, which specialise in single medical specialities such as Endoscopy, Orthopaedics or Cardiology. Our hub and spoke model ensures every centre benefits from centralised support with specialised expertise, dedicated focus and scale benefits.
Our HQ is in London, and we operate a number of centres in Central London. We have a range of other exciting projects in the UK and further afield, with many more to follow – we are building a network of centres all over the world.
Our flagship healthcare facility is OneWelbeck.
IT Manager, Data Protection (Full time, permanent)
We are building a highly technology enabled healthcare company and implementing top-class Data Protection infrastructure and culture is absolutely key. We are looking for a driven and ambitious individual to help develop our Data Protection function. This is a great opportunity to join a fast growing organization with an exciting team, drive innovation and take responsibility for a world class Data Protection organisation.
Reporting directly to the Chief Operating Officer, you will take responsibility for our Data Protection function and delivering a world class service across our network of clinics and at head-office. Activities will include:
- Maintain and continuously improve our Data Protection policies and practices.
- Work with and train staff to embed best practices and an effective Data Protection culture across the organisation.
- Act as our internal Data Protection expert: supporting & assuring day-to-day Data Protection activities; providing advice on more complex issues; supporting the SIROs; and coordinating with our external DPO.
- Identify and obtain relevant accreditations.
- Contribute to other areas of the Team’s responsibilities, with a particular opportunity to contribute on Information Security.
1. Maintain and continuously improve our Data Protection policies and practices.
You will be responsible for all Data Protection policies & procedures, ensuring they are compliant with the latest regulations and represent best practice from within the healthcare industry and beyond.
Working with users across the business, you will help to ensure they can achieve their business objectives while maintaining compliance and best practice. This will include maintaining central records and auditing compliance across the business. Additionally, you may support or conduct DPIAs, LIAs, etc. You will also engage with other teams and their external suppliers to ensure they meet our Data Protection standards.
You will also monitor evolving best practices from around the world and emerging issues to ensure we remain on the forefront, and reporting these to company leadership.
2. Work with and train staff to embed best practices and an effective Data Protection culture across the organisation.
You will develop dashboards and reports to monitor compliance and report key metrics to company leadership. As you identify issues, frustrations and opportunities for improvement across the organization, you will complete improvement projects to ensure Data Protection practices are continuously improving and always meet the needs of the business.
You will also maintain a programme of training and awareness raising activities to ensure staff across the organization remain informed and skilled as required. This ongoing programme should be ambitious, aiming to drive a high-performance culture, which drives excellent Data Protection performance across the organization.
3. Act as our internal Data Protection expert: supporting & assuring day-to-day Data Protection activities; providing advice on more complex issues; supporting the SIROs; and coordinating with our external DPO.
You will support and monitor all day-to-day Data Protection processes (such as SARs, etc.), ensuring these processes run effectively. As required, you will provide adhoc input (e.g. answering queries, providing advice, etc.) and provide additional execution support where needed (e.g. in more complex cases).
You will provide expert input to all projects across the organisation which have Data Protection implications, proactively and creatively identifying ways to achieve objectives whilst retaining compliance.
We retain an external Data Protection Officer in order to benefit from expert advice and an external perspective, as needed. You will manage our DPO engagement and operate our ongoing Data Protection governance processes.
4. Identify and obtain relevant accreditations.
We aim to maintain / obtain a range of accreditations to demonstrate our compliance with the highest levels of Data Protection practice. You will identify the most appropriate accreditations, and complete projects to obtain and maintain these.
5. Contribute to other areas of the Team’s responsibilities, with a particular opportunity to contribute on Information Security.
As a member of a small team supporting a fast-growing organisation, you will spend a portion of your time supporting broader activities outside Data Protection. This can be flexible and based upon experience / interest, but we hope this will be a positive opportunity to broaden you impact and expertise.
Based on experience and interest, there is a particular opportunity to take a formal or informal role in our Information Security function. This can be explored during the Interview process.
Key characteristics, skills and experience:
• Significant (3 years+) experience in Data Protection roles
• Deep experience of the UK Data Protection Act / GDPR
• Ability to explain Data Protection principles and relevant legislation to a broad range of users
• Experience with the NHS Digital IG Toolkit
• Experience of working with the ICO
• Experience in or an interest / passion for Healthcare
• Experience working closely with clinical personnel in a healthcare environment
• Driven & tenacious
• Fluent in English and experienced producing clear, logical policies and procedures
• Strong interpersonal skills (building relationships with a broad range of users)
• Problem solving skills (hope to achieve business objectives in a compliant and safe manner)
• Highly IT literate / tech savvy (e.g. MS Excel, word, etc.)
• Experienced in ISO27001
• Private Medical Insurance
• Life Assurance policy
• Bonus scheme
• Salary: £50,000.00 to £60,0000, on experience
Please send an up to date CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
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