Assistive Technology Commissioner - Government, Budget, Finance, Change, Transformation




Change & Digital Transformation, Development and Integration


£450 Per Day


Hybrid Working



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Role: Assistive Technology Commissioner

Contracting Authority: Government

Location: Hybrid - Slough

Salary: £450 per day

Contract: 2 months with extension


An exciting opportunity has become available with our prestigious client who is a prominent government department. The client is seeking an experienced Assistive Technology Commissioner to join their welcoming team.


The Assistive Technology Commissioner Role:

- To lead and / or contribute to the development and implementation of the ‘Adult Social Care – Technology’ programme

- To contribute to the assessment and analysis of needs and intelligence gathering including reviews of evidence, stakeholder engagement, research, and development, adoption and dissemination of best practice

- To prepare reports, presentations and related documents, as required

- To develop service specific systems, processes, policy and procedures and related guidance for the organisation, external agency and service provider use

- To contribute to specified change and modernisation initiatives and to service design and re-design projects through a co-production approach with stakeholders where appropriate

- To lead and / or contribute to the commissioning of services, as required by strategic plans

- To contribute to the delivery of successful outcomes for service users and their unpaid carers

- To contribute to service development and to improvements in procurement and post contractual management for technology enabled care, including evidencing value for money and the achievement of outcomes

- To project manage specified initiatives and projects as directed by the ‘Adult Social Care – Technology’ programme

- To contribute to partnership and joint working supporting Assistive Technology

- To work alongside staff / teams within the Integrated Strategic Commissioning team with related areas of work to adopt a complementary approach, such as the Supporting the Provider Market team work with independent social care providers

- To contribute to, and where necessary support, meetings, committees, task groups, forums and other similar structures and vehicles

- To keep informed of changes in legislation, policy guidance and best practice and to apply that knowledge to the actions and functions described in this job description

- To ensure the Assistive Technology offer meets both corporate and Service objectives/plans including Digital strategy, Health and Wellbeing strategy priorities and the implementation of the local ‘Approach to Wellbeing’ principles

- To apply and help develop Assistive Technology performance indicators / quality standards

- To demonstrate a commitment to continuous professional development.


What the Assistive Technology Commissioner Will Need:

- Practical experience managing across a technical or professional area, demonstrating self-development and an enthusiasm for continuous learning

- Experience of financial / budgetary management

- Strong digital literacy, including office software suites and flexible ways of working (e.g. video conferencing, remote working)

- Ability to interpret and analyse performance and finance information

- Experience in facilitating change and transformation

- Understanding of the workings of local government including major legislative and matters facing local government in Directorate service areas


Minorities, women, LGBTQ+ candidates, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Interviews will take place this and next week, so please apply immediately to be considered for this exciting contract role or call Bangura Solutions to discuss this role further