• Cyber Security Architect

    Posted 3 weeks ago
    30-March-202310 years
    The Cyber Security Architect is responsible for input into the development and operation of the current and future security architectures for SSMC’s IT solutions whilst ensuring optimal alignment with the strategic direction and business needs, and government and industry standards. The Cyber Security Architect becomes involved with solutions at the time of inception and then remain involved throughout the balance of the project to execute solutions that contribute to and deliver on SSMC's strategic direction. A key part of the role is to undertake a security accreditation process of each project assigned. The Cyber Security Architect is responsible for providing Security SME to solution architects on: • new projects, • modifications to existing services; or ad-hoc advice on BAU activities, • contributing to the Cyber Security Architecture Framework and Roadmap, • the creation of IT security policies, standards, guidelines, strategies and roadmaps; and • undertaking security accreditation activities for projects including performing the upfront risk analysis. Apply →
  • Information Security Control Specialist

    Posted 3 weeks ago
    The overall objective of this role is to ensure the execution of Information Security directives and activities in alignment with SSMC’s Information security policy and regulatory requirements. The Information Security Control Specialist is expected to lead the development and implementation of Information Security Framework that includes policies, standards and processes based on international standards (e.g. ISO27001, NIST CSF) as well as legal and regulatory requirements (e.g. NESA, GDPR, ADGM, ADHICS) ensuring its policies and procedures are adopted and adhered to. The candidate is expected to primarily contribute to Information Technology Governance, Risk Management, Compliance, Quality Assurance and Controls, in addition to Portfolio and Projects Management, and Strategic Planning functions to achieve SSMC’s objectives and Information Security Strategy. Apply →
  • Clinical Research Nurse / Coordinator

    Posted 2 weeks ago
    2023-03-243 years
    The role of the Registered Nurse-Clinical Research Coordinator (RN-CRC) is accountable for managing and/or participating in all phases of the research process. The RN-CRC supports professional nursing practice across practice settings and across the continuum of care to meet the needs of the research participant and family, as appropriate. The RN-CRC understands and advocates for human subject rights, and coordinates participant/family education in the clinical research setting. Work is primarily self-directed with guidance from the staff physicians and/or principal investigators. The Registered Nurse-Clinical Research Coordinator participates in organizing and monitoring protocols, plans for and participates in staff education in areas where protocols will be carried out. The RN-CRC assesses research participants, investigates abnormal patterns of adverse events and laboratory results, and reports appropriately. The RN-CRC interacts with other departments to develop systems/procedures for coordinating phases of study protocols that comply with local and international regulatory laws, and institutional guidelines for study data collection, storage, retrieval, and research participant medical tests investigational drugs/devices and procedures. Apply →
  • Education Administrative Coordinator

    Posted 1 week ago
    2023-03-285 years
    Education Administrative Coordinator supports the institutional coordinator and program director by performing administrative duties related to planning, directing and coordinating both the academic and operational activities of center and program. They also provide educational coordination between the attending residents, interns and fellows to ensure the smooth flow of work, coordinate with all medical and clinical departments and network with other coordinators. Apply →