Masterclass: Adopting Digital Social Care Records – Getting it Right the First Time
Date: Tuesday 26 October 2021
We are looking for a great Programme Officer to support Better Security, Better Care. Closing date is 15 October 2021, so get your application in.
Better Security, Better Care is a support programme to help adult social care providers to store and share information safely through the The Data Security and Protection Toolkit is an online self-assessment tool that allows health and social care organisations to provide assurance that they are undertaking good data security and that personal information is handled correctly. The aim More (DSPT). The DSPT is a free, online self-assessment for health and care providers to evaluate and improve their data and cyber security.
Better Security, Better Care is led by a programme board whose members are NHSX, NHS Digital, NHS England and Improvement, the Local Government Association, the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services and, Digital Social Care on behalf of care providers.
The Programme Officer is a new role and will be key in supporting the Programme Director and Delivery Manager in the day-to-day delivery of the programme. You will be an important resource for our partners delivering local support across England. And you will monitor activity and support delivery partners to offer a great service to care providers in their areas.
So if you are a creative, solution-focused team member, with a track record of supporting colleagues and stakeholders in a friendly, courteous and professional manner, get in touch. It would be great if you have knowledge or experience of the care sector and data and cyber security, but it’s not essential.
Please submit a CV and covering letter to the Programme Director – [email protected] by Friday 15th October 2021
If you would like an informal conversation about the role please contact Michelle Corrigan.
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