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Diagnostics & Oncology Manager

London – Corporate
Full time
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Location – Remote working with travel to HCA Hospital locations in London and Manchester

Permanent, full time (37.5 hours per week)

Salary – £80,000 to 90,000 dependant on experience + Benefits (pension, health cover, flexible benefits and excellent career development)

About the Role

The IT Diagnostic and Oncology Manager is a key leader role in the IT System team that is responsible for the leadership of specialist IT teams that provide technologies to Oncology, Labs and all Imaging Service Lines. This role sits within the larger ITG team.

As Diagnostic and Oncology Manager you will have overall responsibility for planning, designing and implementing activities for continued improvement whilst also expertly managing stakeholders and dealing with escalated issues.

This is a key role within IT applications management and is suitable for someone who has extensive experience across RIS, PACS, CVIS, clinical and medical Oncology technologies and people management skills.  

Skills & Experience:

  • Extensive experience in managing Oncology, Labs and Imaging Diagnostic systems
  • Experience in managing a team
  • Excellent knowledge of healthcare with the ability to communicate effectively with Service Line Leaders in Hospitals
  • A pro-active approach to customer service
  • A problem avoidance approach to management of healthcare software

HCA Healthcare UK

HCA Healthcare UK is the country’s largest provider of privately funded care with 800,000 patient interactions every year. From pioneering complex care, urgent care, to primary care, outpatient and day-case treatment, we provide exceptional care across our six world-class hospitals, clinics, outpatient and diagnostics centres, and NHS partnerships.

HCA Healthcare UK is the only private hospital group in the UK to specialise in complex and acute conditions able to invest in over £500 Million in the latest treatments, technology, techniques and medication.


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