Singapore Health Services Pte Ltd

Manager, CPHRI (Contract)

Job Category:  Research
Posting Date:  18-Mar-2023
Job Description
The Centre for Population Health Research and Implementation (CPHRI) is a centralised platform for population health research, innovation, implementation and evaluation activities at the SingHealth Regional Health System. CPHRI aims to seamlessly leverage data and technology to guide and support population health initiatives and accelerate the implementation of research findings in care delivery and improvement. You will support the Person-Centred Technology Core in CPHRI and work closely with the clinicians and researchers to drive the design and implementation of technology-based population health innovation and research projects. You will identify and analyse the emerging technological opportunities in alignment with the innovation needs of the Centre. You will engage and coordinate with the key internal stakeholders to align innovation strategies. You will build partnership and liaise with the key external partners on innovation projects. You will also administer and manage innovation funding, grant calls and research grants awarded to CPHRI. You will provide technical guidance to researchers and clinicians in adopting, developing, test bedding and implementing digital tools and act as resource person for them in supporting sourcing for internal and external funding. You will prepare papers, reports and presentations to the funders, SingHealth management and external parties as required. You will supervise the junior staff and develop population health innovation capability in the team.

Job Requirements
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business/Engineering/Industrial Design/Computer Science/Information Management or related fields with at least 8 years of relevant experience
  • Healthcare or industry experience would be a bonus
  • Ability to simplify complex idea
  • Proven track record in project management
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19