The post holder will be assigned to work in HIHI office, which is on the St James Hospital Campus in a full time capacity for up to two years, and will retain their current HSE contract and pension benefits for this period.
This unique opportunity will allow you to be part of an exciting new development, learn new skills and leverage your current clinical experience to new advantage.
Central to the role is supporting start-ups and SMEs, brokering collaborative projects working with companies/ HSE teams and a network of experts within HIHI, to validate technologies and solve challenges in healthcare. This involves the post holder project-managing pilot, usability, validation studies. In addition to the HIHI studies, the role of broker may also involve simply being the initial connection point between industry and a clinical expert, organising focus groups, or facilitating mid development feedback pre-clinical trial or post market analysis.
Project management skills are crucial in this role. The role requires co-ordination of projects from study set up, providing support with ethical application and protocol development, through to implementation of studies in a health care setting. It requires the ability to work on multiple projects across multiple locations, the ability to deal with issues and problems that may arise in projects and the ability to work with multidisciplinary teams.
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Eligibility: Must be a current employee of one of the seven Dublin Midlands Hospitals: St James’ Hospital Dublin; St Lukes Radiation Oncology Network ;The Adelaide &Meath Hospital (Tallaght Hospital) Dublin Midlands Regional Hospital Tullamore; Naas General Hospital Midlands Regional Hospital Portlaoise; The Coombe Women & Infant University Hospital Dublin.