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Assistant Director - Technology Strategy and Policy

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Job Summary

  • Singapore
  • Permanent
  • BBBH805829
  • Mar 28, 2022
  • S$10-14k pm
Job Description

As an Assistant Director in the Technology Strategy Policy Office, you play a critical role in the long-term development of Digital strategies and plans in Data and IT.

Assistant Director - Technology Strategy and Policy

You will lead the development and implementation of the Digital Master Plan for the company, conceptualise strategies to drive digitalisation and harness the use of data, and develop strategic partnerships. To succeed in this role, you will need a good understanding of Singapore's healthcare system in the area of Digital Health, in order to identify gaps and opportunities, that can then be translated into actionable strategies and policy recommendations for our healthcare system. You will need to balance managing demands within the resource envelope and recommend areas of priority.

You may also be involved in policy review and development, such as on the role of strategic systems and digitalisation plans.

As this is a policy and planning role, you will be required to undertake horizon-scanning, literature research, data analysis, and engage thought leaders and stakeholders in developing plans and policies. In particular, you will need to engage widely across public healthcare institutions, MOH divisions and relevant government agencies to understand priorities, business demands and resourcing, connect the dots on dependencies, and align plans for sustainable transformation.

You will also provide staffing support to Digital Health forums where strategies and plans for the sector will be discussed.

Requirements:

  • You must be able to conduct independent analysis through ( establishing clear inquiry lines, and (b) understanding and synthesising information from different sources
  • You must be able to lead project teams, and have excellent people skills, in order to develop strong relationships with stakeholders across all levels and different domains whom you will need to work with to align objectives and efforts
  • You must be able to communicate complex ideas simply and effectively (both in written and oral form)
  • You should enjoy working in fast-paced teams, be comfortable with navigating ambiguity and change, be resourceful, and have a strong results-orientation and good time management skills
  • Prior experience in strategic planning, technology planning and the healthcare sector would be an advantage
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    As a Senior Manager in the Technology Strategy Policy Office, you play a critical role in the long-term development of Digital Health strategies and plans in Data and IT.

    You will be part of a team leading the development and implementation of the Digital Health Master Plan for the healthcare sector, conceptualise strategies to drive digitalisation and harness the use of data, and develop strategic partnerships. To succeed in this role, you will need a good understanding of Singapore's healthcare system in the area of Digital Health, in order to identify gaps and opportunities, that can then be translated into actionable strategies and policy recommendations for our healthcare system.

    You may also be involved in policy review and development, such as on the role of strategic systems and digitalisation plans.

    As this is a policy and planning role, you will be required to undertake horizon-scanning, literature research, data analysis, and engage thought leaders and stakeholders in developing plans and policies. In particular, you will need to engage widely across public healthcare institutions, MOH divisions and relevant government agencies to understand priorities, business demands and resourcing, connect the dots on dependencies, and align plans for sustainable transformation.

    You will also provide staffing support to Digital Health Forums where strategies and plans for the sector will be discussed.

    Requirements:

  • You must be able to conduct independent analysis through ( establishing clear inquiry lines, and (b) understanding and synthesising information from different sources
  • You must have excellent people skills, in order to develop strong relationships with stakeholders across all levels and different domains whom you will need to work with to align objectives and efforts
  • You must be able to communicate complex ideas simply and effectively (both in written and oral form)
  • You should enjoy working in fast-paced teams, be comfortable with navigating ambiguity and change, be resourceful, as well as have a strong results-orientation and good time management skills
  • Any prior experience in strategic planning, technology planning and the healthcare sector would be an advantage
  • Rob Warner

    Morgan McKinley Pte Ltd EA Licence No: 11C5502 | EAP Registration No: R2090074

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    Consultant Details

    Consultant Details

    Programme Delivery Lead | M3S
    Robert Warner
    • Client Director | M3S
    • +65 6818 3181
    • rwarner@morganmckinley.com