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Project Director for Clinical Informatics

Project Director for Clinical Informatics

The King's College Stroke Programme is recruiting for a Project Director for Clinical Informatics. Please find a job description below. The deadline for applications is 15 January 2021

The Stroke Programme is looking to appoint an exceptional and experienced stroke clinician with demonstrable leadership in improving patient care and outcomes using national and local audit data. As this role is largely focused on leading a major step change in statistical analysis for SSNAP, the successful applicant will also be an expert in the field of health data science and clinical informatics. The post holder will have the ability to combine clinical and informatics expertise to communicate progress clearly using plain language to all key stakeholders within the programme.

The purpose of this new role is to provide clinical expertise and work closely with the SSNAP manager to ensure the delivery of the data science project. The SSNAP manager leads the analysis team in developing the data science project.  This will facilitate the creation of increasingly sophisticated reporting outputs, more conducive to improving patient care into the future. The transition will be applied to:

  • Existing routine reporting deliverables,
  • Additional data analysis/reports required in the future as part of new SSNAP workstreams
  • Other outputs from the Stroke Programme e.g. data dashboards etc.

The Stroke Programme team is administratively based in the School of Population Health and Environmental Sciences at King’s College, with current home-working arrangements during the coronavirus pandemic.

The job advert can be viewed and downloaded here. The deadline for applications is 15 January 2021.  Please send your CV  with an accompanying letter to Stroke Programme Manager, Kaili Stanley ( 

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