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Digital Technology Consultant Brief

Digital Technology Consultant Brief

We are seeking expressions of interest from people with an understanding of digital technology and data-sharing to deliver a project on behalf of the Individual Employer and PA development group.

Disability Sheffield on behalf of the Sheffield Individual Employer & Personal Assistant development group and Sheffield City Council have secured some funding from Skills for Care to look at how the Personal Assistant(PA)workforce is skilled up and develops knowledge to ensure that digital working practices including information sharing are undertaken securely, confidentially and within legal frameworks.

View the project brief including aims and outcomes.

Please submit your response to emily.morton@disabilitysheffield.org.uk by 9am on Thursday 28th Sept 2017. Interviews will take place on Monday 2nd October. Due to the short timescales you would need to be available to start the work immediately. The work needs to be delivered by the end of March 2018.Up to £7800 (including VAT) is available for this piece of work.

For more information and a chat about the project please contact Emily Morton on 0114 2536747 or email emily.morton@disabilitysheffield.org.uk .


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