We’re recruiting for an experienced Clinical Data Modeller to join our Battersea based healthcare tech client; one of the UK’s largest developers of front- line clinical systems and solutions within the UK’s health sector.
You'll be joining a new, dedicated API team taking ownership for the quality and consistency of the API across all the company’s software products and linking in with 3rd party providers API.
About the role
The team are working on the AWS technology stack, helping to define the clinical model, how that translates into the API, setting relevant mock test environments, ultimately ensuring the best possible products and service provision across a wide range of internal and external customers.
This role will see you utilise your data modelling experience to help the team develop a highly functional and flexible clinical healthcare data model. As well as developing the healthcare data model, you’ll actively contribute to technical and clinical meetings with other experts in the field.
The team share responsibility for continuous improvement and managing the Scrum processes, collaborating closely, leading and participating in stand ups, meetings, including stakeholder meetings.
What they’re looking for….
You’re an experienced Data Modeller comfortable working in a fast paced and fluid Agile Scrum development environment. You enjoy collaborating with your colleagues as well as other internal/external stakeholders to get the best results. You have excellent communication skills and are naturally inquisitive, a problem solver, possessing a high level of attention to detail.
Key skills/experience for this role include:
- Data modelling in healthcare;
If you also have experience in, or knowledge of, any of the following areas it would be really useful, but it's not essential:
- Prescribing; Nursing/Community; Child Health; Agile Scrum; Online documentation; OpenAPI standards
What’s on offer
A competitive salary and a great range of company benefits, including matched pension, health cash plan and well-being allowance.
It’s a professional, friendly, and supportive environment. You’ll be working within a highly enthusiastic and experienced team who are really excited about their new project focus, taking huge pride in what they do and the positive impact this will have on a wide range of health services across the UK.
It's a permanent full time role with the opportunity to work from home 2-3 days /week after initial induction and training.
Interested? If you feel this role is a great match for you, contact us to discuss further or apply online now.
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