Assistance in finding a marketing expert in field of Medical devices in the UK
EyeControl, an Israeli based company are developing an eye controlled communication device that does not require a screen to be placed in front of the user.
The existing devices are very expensive and even if the patient can afford them, the devices require a calibration for every use and a dedicated computer alongside. The current devices limit the communication span to times when the patients are situated in front of a computer screen. They do not enable the patient to communicate in countless situations, varying from lying in bed or being on the go (e.g. wheelchair, car etc.). These limitations are inconvenient for the patients, but much more important – the limitations can endanger patients’ lives.
More information about EyeControl can be found on their website: http://www.eyecontrol.co.il
EyeControl are looking to find someone with marketing of Medical devices/Assistive Tech experience in the UK to either to join the EyeControl team (or work on freelance basis) to assist them with marketing the device in the UK.
Should this be of interest to you, please contact Or Retzkin (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org), CEO of EyeControl.
Assistive Technology Support Officer (Communication & Env Control)
Norwood have the following position available – “Assistive Technology Support Officer (Communication & Env Control)”
Salary: £22,000 – £24,000 p.a.
Hours: 35 hours per week – Flexible working
Job Type: Permanent
Reporting To: Assistive Technology Manager
Location: North London And Berkshire – Broadway House/Ravenswood
With around 1250 passionate and committed staff, we deliver high quality services across a spectrum of age, need and ability.
Norwood is as devoted to our staff as we are to the people we look after. We offer a strong career progression, training and support to improve your skills. We have a range of care homes across London, and a major centre in Berkshire, plus our Head Office in North London.
Each and every role in Norwood is an essential part of the vital support services we offer.
- Be the primary contact in the AT team to Identify AT Solutions to support Communication and Environmental Control across Norwood’s services
- Develop strategies and plans that will support staff and individuals to embed AT solutions into everyday life
- Provide ongoing support to develop the capabilities of staff and individuals to use AT solutions,
- Ensure that programmes are reviewed and updated regularly, and that progress is recorded.
- Provide first line support and manage the 2nd line support service to all AT systems deployed in Norwood
- Organise the procurement and installation of Assistive Technology solutions as required.
- Maintain AT records, including central records, stock control and budgetary records
- Carry out research on Assistive Technology products and services and maintain a catalogue of AT solutions
- Provide reports and other data to measure financial and operational information on the AT service
- General IT Competence.
- Previous work experience.
- AAC/Environmental Control/General Assistive Technology experience.
- Experience in Adult Social Care support or in a SEN setting.
- Good general education.
Knowledge & Skills
- Knowledge of AAC/ Environmental control /Assistive Technology systems.
- Proficient in MS Word, Excel, Outlook & Powerpoint.
- Ability to communicate effectively with colleagues and end users, verbally and in writing.
- Able to take a structured and methodical approach to any task, identifying priorities and setting deadlines .
- Skilled in analysis & problem solving.
- Ability to work under pressure, deliver results & meet deadlines.
- Able to work on own initiative.
- Broad technical knowledge.
- MS Project.
- MS Visio.
- Knowledge of Telecare and other monitoring systems.
- High degree of personal integrity, a commitment to confidentiality.
- Approachable and aware of self and others.
- Effective team player.
- Attention to detail.
- Keen to develop own knowledge and skills, and provide information to others to help their development.
- Driver, must travel between Norwood’s sites .
Assistive Technology Assistant
Henshaws College have the following position available – “Assistive Technology Assistant”
Closing date: 30/06/2017
Interviews will be held: Thursday 06/07/2017
Hourly rate: £10.33 per hour
Working Hours: 18.5 per week
Working weeks: 40 weeks per year, term time only
Location: Henshaws College, Harrogate
Henshaws Specialist College is a transformational place. Through our personalised approach to education, learning and care we empower living with a disability to progress and live life the way they want. Whether that’s preparing for employment, making friends or learning to live more independently, we enable our students to make their aspirations possible and goals a reality.
We are seeking an innovative and enthusiastic Assistive Technology Assistant to support assessment, implementation and delivery of high quality Assistive Technology sessions that enable students to fully access the curriculum and maximise their leisure time.
The successful candidate will possess:
- Experience of working with students with communication difficulties, visual impairments, learning difficulties and/or other disabilities
- Understanding of the technology to meet the needs of learners
- Level 3 Qualification in a relevant curriculum or specialist area
It would be advantageous to have experience of instructing small groups of students, or other relevant groups.
To gain a full understanding of the role please read the job description and person specification available on-line at www.henshaws.org.uk or contact the HR department on 01423 814510. If you feel you fit the criteria please apply on-line at the above website.
Henshaws Society for Blind People aims to employ a diverse workforce and is committed to equality of employment and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. This role may require an enhanced DBS check, please refer to the job description for further details.
Print Shop Manager/Marketing Officer
St. John’s School & College have the following position available – ” Print Shop Manager/Marketing Officer”
Closing date: 30/06/2017
The Print Shop Manager will have responsibility to manage all aspects of the daily operation of Inklusion and to support the provision of “on the job training” for the learners involved in this work related social enterprise.
The Marketing Officer will have responsibility for the development of an integrated marketing function that builds the St John’s brand, raises our profile and increases our influence amongst key target audiences. This action plan will need to be reviewed and approved by the senior leadership team.
- To promote the print shop within the organisation, local businesses, and the local community and develop a business plan to increase sales, profile and reputation;
- To manage the working hours and arrangements to ensure adequate staff coverage whilst the print shop is in operation.
- To train regular staff and volunteers in the correct procedures for operating within the print shop.
- To ensure the Print Shop and all equipment is well maintained and adequate maintenance & servicing records are kept.
- To liaise with the Enterprise Manager and Finance Manager regarding all financial matters of income and expenditure. pricing policy and sourcing of materials.
- To ensure that the operational procedures in the HACCP (Hazard analysis and critical control points) are maintained on a daily basis, and to carry out the periodic review of those procedures in consultation with the Enterprise Manager.
- To keep accurate records of stock, orders, sales and consumables.
- To ensure all identified Risk Assessments are in place and to modify these in line with best practice or changing need.
- To work with the Health & Safety Consultant to ensure compliance with Health & Safety legislation and environmental health standards.
- To liaise with the Head of Education (Seaford site) and Pathway Leaders (Brighton site), teaching and Learning Support staff to ensure access for our learners to undertake appropriate work based learning programmes within the print shop as appropriate to their needs, courses and aspirations;
- To contribute to the management of the income and to assist in maintaining the print works’ accounting procedures.