- Information Management &Technology
- Band 6
- Full time: 37.5 per week
- Sentinel House
- £31,365 to £37,890 p.a.
- 06/07/2020 23:59
Want to be part of the new NHS? Health and Care organisations in Dorset are at the forefront of transforming services to provide excellent, patient-centred care.
Dorset HealthCare recently achieved an Outstanding CQC status and is a dynamic forward-thinking Trust operating throughout Dorset.
Dorset HealthCare plays a pivotal role in the strong partnership of public sector organisations across Dorset, Bournemouth and Poole. Our community and mental health trust has a caring and committed workforce of around 5,500 staff, serving a population of over 700,000 people.
We are looking for proactive, positive, respectful, supportive, reliable and trustworthy people to join us at Dorset HealthCare – we’re the biggest provider of healthcare in Dorset and offer exciting opportunities for people with a range of skills. We want to be better every day – do you?
‘This is an exciting time for us as we continue improving and adapting. I have seen some great innovation, fantastic teamwork and a real willingness to look at how we can do things differently’ – Eugine Yafele, Chief Executive (May 2019)
We are looking for a positive, enthusiastic and motivated person to take on the role of Lead Developer within the IM&T Department. Your work will cover a variety of areas including, but not limited to, Web Applications, Integration and the Trust’s Electronic Health Records systems. It is essential that you are a team player and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills as you will have a key part to play leading on multiple projects simultaneously in partnership with other IM&T staff.
If you are a Developer with demonstrable experience of delivering solutions to enable business change we would love to hear from you.
At Dorset HealthCare we embrace flexible working and working from home.
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