Compliance & Information Governance Manager

Keystream Group Limited

Posted on Jan 18, 2024 by Keystream Group Limited
Scarborough, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
IT
4 Feb 2024
£43.7k - £43.7k Annual
Full-Time
Our client, a Third Sector organisation are currently seeking to engage a Compliance & Information Governance Manager on a permanent basis. The salary for this position is up to £43,742 (potentially negotiate a slightly higher salary for an experienced manager).

Ideally you will be an experienced Information Governance Manager or an aspiring and amibitious Information Governance Officer with strong experience of working within the NHS or health related sector.

Key duties and responsibilities for the successful candidate includes (but not limited to):

  • To hold the role of Data Protection Officer (DPO) for the organisation.
  • To provide proactive stakeholder management regarding organisational culture by directly partnering with individuals, teams, and departments to make that possible.
  • To lead bi-monthly Information Governance Steering Group meetings.
  • Using the agreed and validated system(s) and established processes fulfil the organisation's responsibilities under Subject Access Request (SAR) and Access to Medical Records Request (AMR) including:
  • Work in direct collaboration with the Clinical Admin Team to provide support, as required, to obtain the appropriate information for such requests inclusive of providing support with managing the review process.
  • Lead on and provide in the moment support for staff who are required to make the initial redactions and recommendations before sending the requested information to the Caldicott Guardian and/or Medical Director for review and final approval.
  • Following approval, ensure that the requested information, which has been appropriately redacted/prepared through Clinical Admin is coordinated with any subsequent queries appropriately managed.
  • To ensure all SAR and AMR requests are completed within the prescribed timescales.
  • To lead and co-ordinate the completion of the annual Data Protection and Security Toolkit (DSPTK) ensuring organisational compliance.
  • To provide onsite advice and support on information governance and data protection matters to all staff and trustees as required.
  • To support the organisation to remain compliant with external bodies including CQC and Commissioners and assist with requests for information under the scope of the role as required.
  • To create a rolling internal audit program of the areas requiring audit under the legislation governing the role for review and agreement by the Executive Team.
  • To carry out audits as per the program and report findings, on a bimonthly basis, through the Information Governance Steering Group (IGSG).
  • To proactively work alongside individuals, teams, and departments to support and educate them in relation to governing processes to ensure safety and compliance.
  • To support the organisation to create, implement and review policies and procedures as required by legislation and where directed by the Health and Safety Steering Group (HSSG), the Information Governance Steering Group (IGSG) the Clinical Governance Steering Group (CGSG) and the Executive Team.
  • To establish a mechanism for undertaking Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs) throughout the organisation in line with and as required by the Information Commissioners Office (ICO).
  • To record all such DPIA's so they are available as required and review these as needed.
  • To provide support with planning and where required, lead on workstreams associated with Business Continuity Plans for the Organisation, providing support and guidance to staff and volunteers to ensure compliance and understanding.
  • Take the lead on promoting staff awareness and understanding of the importance of Data Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability using a proactive approach by directly working alongside individuals to ensure compliance in relation to individual roles.
  • Provide the relevant departments with updates, inclusive of the executive team, to matters relating to data protection, fundraising regulator, gambling commission and HMRC legislation and regulations, to ensure departmental compliance.
  • To create a culture of compliance through developing and delivering training using a variety of media, producing guidelines, policies, procedures, and protocols to ensure compliance with GDPR, Code of Fundraising Practice, The Charity Commission, and any other regulatory body in relation to GDPR compliance.
  • To support the Income Generation Team with the management and development of their Customer Relationship Management CRM by providing advice in relation to GDPR.
  • To produce a quarterly report for the Board of Trustees within the template provided.
  • To proactively work alongside staff to create risk assessments, as required, across the organisation, ensuring that the relevant staff/volunteers are made aware of any new risk by ensuring relevant education is provided and onsite support is maintained.
  • To support the Executive Team in the implementation and monitoring of Information and Data Protection guidance and compliance across all hospice sites including the shops.
  • To monitor incidents recorded on Datix, whilst providing visible support with investigations as directed and produce a monthly summary of key themes and associated action plans for the Executive Team.
  • To actively progress, in conjunction with the assigned owner, all Information Governance related incidents on Datix to ensure timely investigation and conclusion of all recorded incidents.
To be considered for this position, you will also need to hold the following:
  1. Educated to Degree level or equivalent
  2. Hold relevant Data and Information Governance training
  3. Ideally Information Govenance Qualification
For more information and to discuss your suitability, please contact Andy Spence-Evans.

Reference: 2704478320

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Keystream Group Limited

Compliance & Information Governance Manager

Keystream Group Limited

Posted on Jan 18, 2024 by Keystream Group Limited

Scarborough, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
IT
4 Feb 2024
£43.7k - £43.7k Annual
Full-Time
Our client, a Third Sector organisation are currently seeking to engage a Compliance & Information Governance Manager on a permanent basis. The salary for this position is up to £43,742 (potentially negotiate a slightly higher salary for an experienced manager).

Ideally you will be an experienced Information Governance Manager or an aspiring and amibitious Information Governance Officer with strong experience of working within the NHS or health related sector.

Key duties and responsibilities for the successful candidate includes (but not limited to):

  • To hold the role of Data Protection Officer (DPO) for the organisation.
  • To provide proactive stakeholder management regarding organisational culture by directly partnering with individuals, teams, and departments to make that possible.
  • To lead bi-monthly Information Governance Steering Group meetings.
  • Using the agreed and validated system(s) and established processes fulfil the organisation's responsibilities under Subject Access Request (SAR) and Access to Medical Records Request (AMR) including:
  • Work in direct collaboration with the Clinical Admin Team to provide support, as required, to obtain the appropriate information for such requests inclusive of providing support with managing the review process.
  • Lead on and provide in the moment support for staff who are required to make the initial redactions and recommendations before sending the requested information to the Caldicott Guardian and/or Medical Director for review and final approval.
  • Following approval, ensure that the requested information, which has been appropriately redacted/prepared through Clinical Admin is coordinated with any subsequent queries appropriately managed.
  • To ensure all SAR and AMR requests are completed within the prescribed timescales.
  • To lead and co-ordinate the completion of the annual Data Protection and Security Toolkit (DSPTK) ensuring organisational compliance.
  • To provide onsite advice and support on information governance and data protection matters to all staff and trustees as required.
  • To support the organisation to remain compliant with external bodies including CQC and Commissioners and assist with requests for information under the scope of the role as required.
  • To create a rolling internal audit program of the areas requiring audit under the legislation governing the role for review and agreement by the Executive Team.
  • To carry out audits as per the program and report findings, on a bimonthly basis, through the Information Governance Steering Group (IGSG).
  • To proactively work alongside individuals, teams, and departments to support and educate them in relation to governing processes to ensure safety and compliance.
  • To support the organisation to create, implement and review policies and procedures as required by legislation and where directed by the Health and Safety Steering Group (HSSG), the Information Governance Steering Group (IGSG) the Clinical Governance Steering Group (CGSG) and the Executive Team.
  • To establish a mechanism for undertaking Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs) throughout the organisation in line with and as required by the Information Commissioners Office (ICO).
  • To record all such DPIA's so they are available as required and review these as needed.
  • To provide support with planning and where required, lead on workstreams associated with Business Continuity Plans for the Organisation, providing support and guidance to staff and volunteers to ensure compliance and understanding.
  • Take the lead on promoting staff awareness and understanding of the importance of Data Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability using a proactive approach by directly working alongside individuals to ensure compliance in relation to individual roles.
  • Provide the relevant departments with updates, inclusive of the executive team, to matters relating to data protection, fundraising regulator, gambling commission and HMRC legislation and regulations, to ensure departmental compliance.
  • To create a culture of compliance through developing and delivering training using a variety of media, producing guidelines, policies, procedures, and protocols to ensure compliance with GDPR, Code of Fundraising Practice, The Charity Commission, and any other regulatory body in relation to GDPR compliance.
  • To support the Income Generation Team with the management and development of their Customer Relationship Management CRM by providing advice in relation to GDPR.
  • To produce a quarterly report for the Board of Trustees within the template provided.
  • To proactively work alongside staff to create risk assessments, as required, across the organisation, ensuring that the relevant staff/volunteers are made aware of any new risk by ensuring relevant education is provided and onsite support is maintained.
  • To support the Executive Team in the implementation and monitoring of Information and Data Protection guidance and compliance across all hospice sites including the shops.
  • To monitor incidents recorded on Datix, whilst providing visible support with investigations as directed and produce a monthly summary of key themes and associated action plans for the Executive Team.
  • To actively progress, in conjunction with the assigned owner, all Information Governance related incidents on Datix to ensure timely investigation and conclusion of all recorded incidents.
To be considered for this position, you will also need to hold the following:
  1. Educated to Degree level or equivalent
  2. Hold relevant Data and Information Governance training
  3. Ideally Information Govenance Qualification
For more information and to discuss your suitability, please contact Andy Spence-Evans.

Reference: 2704478320

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