Post Date : 15-Nov-2023 Close Date : 29-Nov-2023
Job Title: IT Applications Analyst at the National Office of Clinical Audit
Location: RCSI, St Stephens Green Dublin
Reporting to: Information Manager, NOCA
Tenure: Full time, 3 year fixed term contract
The National Office of Clinical Audit (NOCA) was established in 2012 to create sustainable national clinical audit across the Irish healthcare system. NOCA is funded by the Health Service Executive Office of the Chief Clinical Officer (CCO), governed by an independent voluntary Board and operationally supported by the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI).
Internationally, clinical audit is a recognised approach to improving the quality of patient care and improving outcomes. Working with the HSE and the Department of Health through its National Clinical Effectiveness Committee, NOCA designs, establishes and supports a portfolio of national clinical audits based on national priorities that include burden of care, variation of care, availability of clinical standards and economic benefit.
NOCA advocates for change at a national level, arising from key findings in our audits. We do this by working with senior decision makers at both policy and operational levels within the Irish healthcare system. NOCA promotes transparent reporting for public, service providers and policy makers.
We are now seeking an IT Applications Analyst to coordinate the development and delivery of the strategic objectives across our audits, including the implementation of the new audit platform, ICU-Bed information system enhancements and interoperability across our audits.
We are all too aware that imposter syndrome and the confidence gap can sometimes stop fantastic candidates putting themselves forward, so please do apply — we would love to hear from you.
For informal enquires contact Brid Moran, Information Manager, NOCA at [email protected]
For more information of the responsibilities and essential requirements for the role please look at the job description attached. #rcsia
IT Applications Analyst
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
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