Jobs and Opportunities

This page is where we post job opportunities, and projects for students and trainees to get involved in. Please get in touch at info@fci.org.uk if you would like to advertise a job that might be of interest to our members.

Vacancies

Do you want to use your events organising skills to help our members acquire the skills they need in digital health and care? The UK has a huge shortfall in specialist digital skills and you could help us bridge the gap.

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. 

We have created this new role of Education and Events Officer as we rapidly expand our work, with the aim of boosting the number of people with these much needed skills and supporting comprehensive training and development. We’re aiming to double our membership by 2025 and diversify our income generation into new areas, including events and learning resources.

The role is on a 6-month fixed-term contract, which may be extended.  The role will support the organisation of webinars and events and have day to day responsibility for Education administration. This will include providing support to the Education and Standards Standing Committee, the Events Organising Committee and any Education working groups and will assist the Education and Training Lead to create and manage learning resources. They will be responsible for essential tasks in events and webinars planning and delivery, including delegate registration, speakers communications and management, running webinars, feedback collection and analysis.

The ideal candidate should have experience of supporting events organisation and education activities, and excellent organisational and communication skills.

 FCI Project Manager 

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 jobs@fci.org.uk.  For an informal discussion about the role, please email jan.hoogewerf@fci.org.uk

  • 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.