Innovation Business Partner (2 Roles)

CW Innovation, led jointly by CW+ and the Trust, identifies and delivers new high- impact innovation and improvements that support the delivery of operational excellence, exceptional patient care and experience in a world-class clinical environment. Together, we look for innovative solutions to address the fundamental challenges healthcare organisations face today.

The innovation team is expanding from two to four, creating a new Head of Innovation and an additional Innovation Business Partner to support the growth of CW Innovation.

Innovation Business Partners work closely with Trust innovators helping them to shape ideas, define problems, evaluation strategies, navigate governance processes, secure funding, identify and secure access to innovative technologies developed by entrepreneurial SME’s and to support the delivery of projects. In short, the team adapts to the requirements of the project and innovator.

To find out more, click the hyperlinks below to download the respective job descriptions:

You can download a document summarising the key similarities and differences between the two roles here.

When applying, please let us know if you have a preference for one role above the other. You may send one CV when applying for both roles.

Neonatal Palliative Care Project Manager

The Lead Nurse for Neonatal Palliative Care Project aims to improve neonatal palliative care to ensure that babies and their families receive the best possible care at the most challenging time of their lives.

The Project Manager will work alongside the Lead Nurse for Neonatal Palliative Care in all aspects of the delivery of the Neonatal Palliative Care Project with a particular focus on implementation, training uptake, logistics, targets, and timelines for Phase 2.

Take a look at the full job description here and apply with your CV and cover letter (no more than two pages) by emailing

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