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Do you want to use your project management skills on projects that will make a real change in health and social care? 

The Faculty of Clinical Informatics is a young and dynamic organisation, focused on giving professional leadership to clinical informaticians across the UK.  We’ve already recruited 1,000 members from many disciplines, all are health and social care professionals who use their specialist knowledge through information and information technology, to ensure safe, effective and efficient person-centred care.  Through our influence and the expertise of our members we have a pivotal role in providing guidance on the commissioning, design, development and delivery of health and care information systems to benefit patients and system users. 

We are recruiting a project manager to join a small dynamic team, which run Faculty operations. The post holder will be responsible for managing an interesting variety of projects, some will be internal, supporting the development of a professional clinical informatics discipline, and some are digital health and care consultancy projects, working with subject matter experts who are Faculty members.   

We are seeking a dynamic project manager with experience in developing project proposals and briefs, working with multi-disciplinary project teams and taking responsibility for successful delivery of projects. A project management qualification is desirable. Experience of working in health or social care is required and experience in digital health/clinical informatics projects would be an asset, although development support will be provided. Good analytical and communication skills are essential and as are experience of conducting surveys and interviews and both quantitative and thematic analysis. 

The post is being advertised on a fixed term basis of 12 months, however the intention is that it will be extended, subject to the successful development of the project management function within the Faculty. 

The role will be based at 6 Alie Street, London, E1 8QT, with flexibility for home working.

The successful candidate will share the Faculty’s corporate values. In return, the Faculty offers excellent terms and conditions, including a salary of £41,500.

To apply please email a copy of your CV and cover letter to  For an informal discussion about the role, please email

  • The deadline for applications is Friday 10 June

  • Interviews will be held on Wednesday 15th June

The Faculty of Clinical Informatics is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

 Outcomes Based Healthcare: Clinical Informatics Lead 

Are you a clinician with experience in clinical coding, data analytics or computer science?

Outcomes Based Healthcare (OBH) is hiring a Clinical Informatics Lead to join our cross-functional team in London. Working closely with our partners in NHS England and other NHS organisations, we have created a segmentation model representing the health of the population which is used across the NHS to improve outcomes.

The Clinical Informatics Lead is a unique role created by OBH to bridge the skills between our clinical and analytics team. As Clinical Informatics Lead you will manage the development and translation of health and care data into our segmentation data model, by using your clinical knowledge to advise and support our analyst and technical teams. We are looking for an individual with a blend of experiences and are open to considering a range of backgrounds. As this is a new role, the successful candidate will be coached by OBH’s Chief Clinical Data Officer.

The role will involve:

  • leading the review and development of clinical definitions for use in our products, using the latest clinical evidence acquired through robust research

  • creation of plain-English clinical definitions and translation of these to which codes to include within our data model and OBH digital products and analyses

  • validation of data analysis outputs and support with testing using your clinical expertise

  • horizon scanning and staying up to date with the latest development and policy guidance around health data to advise and inform the wider team.

You can read the essential and desirable person specification via the job vacancy advert on LinkedIn

Want to know more?

Start a conversation by sending OBH an email ( with:

  • your current CV; and

  • telling the OBH why you believe this is the job for you.