Current Opportunities

Analyst Developer (Civica PARIS / Delphi / SQL)

Southern Health and Social Care Trust
Moyallan Road, Portadown, Craigavon BT63 5JX, UK

We are looking for an Analyst Developer with Delphi and SQL skills to support Southern Health & Social Care Trust. The specialist will be responsible for translating service requirements into a final product on Paris system. Developing forms and other applications within Paris system using Delphi. Strong SQL skills are necessary to assist with legacy data migration and developing information reports for reporting requirements. Previous experience developing using Civica's PARIS system is essential.


Expected contract length:

6 months


Maximum day rate:

£400


Who the specialist will work with:

The Developer will work alongside the wider PARIS team and directly with Professional staff to ensure what is developed meets their needs. The wider PARIS team includes Transformational Leads, Information Analysts, Developers and Support Analysts.


Working arrangements:

Generally on site working, Monday – Friday (9am-5pm) required due to nature of work. No expenses available.


Essential skills and experience:

  • Delphi development experience
  • SQL development experience
  • Paris Development experience


Cultural fit criteria:

  • Ability to work with as a team
  • Problem Solving
  • Approach to sharing knowledge and experience with wider team
  • Can work with professional staff with low technical expertise


Evaluation weighting:

Technical competence 50% Cultural fit 20% Price 30%

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Business Analyst - Critical Friend

Ministry of Defence, Defence Digital
Northwood HA6 3EZ, UK

We are looking for a highly experienced Business Analyst with experience of working with senior stakeholders/C-Suite level to serve as a Critical Friend for the MoD Defence Digital's New Style of IT programme. This role is an Inside IR35 role with increased rates and 2 year duration.


Summary of the work

The business analyst will act as a Critical Friend for the New Style of IT (Deployed) programme, providing independent scrutiny of programme performance; constructive challenge of delivery plans and strategies; technical advice and guidance to the leadership team; and mentoring support to the SRO.


Who the specialist will work with

The Critical Friend will work closely with the SRO, engage with Programme Board members and join briefings with senior stakeholders including the Chief Information Officer. The role will necessitate regular engagement with the Programme Director, based in UKStratCom HQ, Northwood and the Deployed Platform Services Delivery Team, based in Service Delivery and Operations, Corsham.


What the specialist will work on

  1. Provide independent scrutiny of programme performance.
  2. Provide constructive challenge of delivery plans and strategies.
  3. Provide technical advice and guidance to the leadership team.
  4. Provide mentoring support to the Senior Responsible Owner (SRO).
  5. Be a member of the Quarterly Programme Board.
  6. Be invited to attend the monthly Programme Executives and Capability Integration Working Groups.


Address where the work will take place

The individual will work remotely during the current Covid-19 pandemic. In future, attendance at UKStratCom HQ, Northwood and SDO, Corsham is likely to be required for Programme Boards and other events (these will be scheduled with at least four weeks advance notice).


Working arrangements

The Critical Friend will be required to attend all quarterly Programme Boards (initially remotely) and on ad-hoc basis as required (with appropriate notification) Programme Executives; Capability Integration Working Groups; Demonstrations; and testing exercises. It is envisaged that this will equate to two days per month/24 days per year.


Security clearance

SC clearance must be in place prior to the contract starting due to the projects the individual is required to work with.


Essential skills and experience

  • Experience delivering major capital IT projects. 30%
  • Deep knowledge of technology-based services and operations. 30%
  • Experience operating at Board-level in Government. 30%
  • Track record of constructive challenge. 10%


Nice-to-have skills and experience

  • Financial acumen: ability to interrogate financial management strategies, spending plans and cost models. 5%
  • Commercial acumen: ability to advise on delivery models, procurement strategies and supplier engagement. 5%


Cultural fit criteria

  • Work with a collaborative 'one team' mentality across the programme enterprise.
  • Constructively challenge delivery plans and strategies.
  • Provide honest and objective scrutiny of programme performance.
  • Be prepared to act as a disruptor, injecting energy into challenging the status quo and thinking differently.
  • Demonstrate integrity, discretion, and an appreciation of good governance and public propriety.
  • Draw on experience, professional credibility and authority to challenge the leadership team.
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Web Developer

UK Research and Innovation
Polaris House, North Star Avenue, Swindon, UK

UK Research and Innovation is looking for a Web Developer to support and maintain the UKRI website and UKRI partner websites. The Specialist will be responsible for building and configuring new services within the UKRI cloud environment. More specifically, the Specialist will be responsible for:

  1. System support and maintenance
  2. Issue resolution
  3. Managing Git repositories
  4. Managing and maintaining server environments
  5. Monitoring and reporting of performance
  6. Produce and maintain system configuration documentation
  7. Produce and maintain disaster recovery documentation
  8. Building and configuring new systems within Amazon Web Services


Expected contract length:

12 Months with the option to extend for 3 months


Working arrangements:

Offsite working with remote access. Main support hours between 09:00 to 17:00 weekdays with a facility to resolve emergency issues out of normal working hours. 4 working days per week


Security clearance:

Baseline Personnel Security Standard (BPSS)


Essential skills and experience:

  • Detail your skills and experience of the Mura Content Management System (version 6.2 onwards) - 9 points
  • Detail your experience in the use of ColdFusion and Lucee - 9 points
  • Demonstrate your experience of building and configuring applications on Amazon Web Services - 9 points
  • Demonstrate your experience of the WordPress Content Management System - 6 points
  • Demonstrate your experience in Elasticsearch, including management, configuration and development - 5 points
  • Detail you experience in the use of Jenkins (or equivalent tools for Continuous Integration) - 4 points
  • Demonstrate your experience in web design technologies including CSS, HTML5, JavaScript, jQuery, jQuery UI, Bootstrap and Angular - 4 points
  • Detail your experience in good development and deployment practices, and working with source control repositories especially Git, GitHub and Git submodules - 4 points
  • Demonstrate your experience of Microsoft SQL Server (or equivalent) - 3 points
  • Detail your skills and experience of managing conflicting and competing priorities and delivering results within set timeframes - 3 points


Nice-to-have skills and experience:

  • Detail your experience of MySQL or MariaDB - 2 points
  • Detail your experience in PHP - 2 points


Cultural fit criteria:

  • Demonstrate how you will work as part of a team with our organisation and other suppliers throughout the project
  • Demonstrate how, when making decisions, you will work transparently and collaboratively with the team and other project stakeholders throughout the project.
  • Demonstrate how you will implement a no-blame culture and encourage people to learn from their mistakes.


Additional assessment methods:

Interview


Evaluation weighting:

Technical competence 60% Cultural fit 10% Price 30%

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Defence Digital SDO SCIDA Engineer (SC Cleared)

Ministry of Defence, Defence Digital
England, UK

We are looking for 2 SCIDA Engineers to support the MoD with assessment of IT and physical infrastructure, across multiple defence sites. The Engineer will be responsible for ensuring compliance with JSP 604 and JSP 440, including supporting change requests and ensuring installations are to standard following MoD processes.


SC clearance must be in place prior to the contract starting due to the projects the individual is required to work with. The contract has a fixed expiry date of 31st March 2021.


The Engineer will have to undertake significant travel to visit all the sites that cover the South Region on a regular basis to complete SCIDA outputs. The South region covers the following counties: Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bristol, Cambridgeshire, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Essex, Gloucestershire, Greater London, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Kent, Norfolk, Oxfordshire, Suffolk and Wiltshire.


Who the specialist will work with

The specialist will work with a variety of individuals whilst completing the role including civilian, military and contractors.

They will primarily report to the Defence Digital SCIDA Project team but will be supported by the regional Def Sites team in which they are based.


What the specialist will work on

Delivery of the SCIDA function and its outputs in line with JSP 604 guidelines and Defence Digital processes –

  • Completion of Service Level 1 and Service Level 2 SCIDA audits.
  • Completion of ECR (Engineering Change Requests) at stages 3 and 5 delivery.
  • Completion of site infrastructure baselining.


Essential skills and experience

  • Atkins SCIDA qualification or evidence of two years employment as a SCIDA within the last five years. 30%
  • Experience delivering ICT Systems into complex environments and with other teams (e.g. Networks). 15%
  • Provide evidence and examples of successful delivery of SCIDA services for complex ICT projects within challenging multi-stakeholder environments. 20%
  • Knowledge of security architecture required in compartmented certified environments; including policies and constraints associated with ICT Systems and working knowledge and evidence of using MoD JSP's 440 and 604. 15%


Nice-to-have skills and experience

  • Provide evidence of a minimum 5 years’ experience working in an elelectrical/electronic technical/networking engineering role and a minimum qualification at NVQ level 4 or equivalent in either field. 20%
  • Provide evidence of carrying out SCIDA audits and baselining sites. 20%
  • Evidence of IET Electrical Wiring Regulations training. 20%
  • Proven experience working in ICT Transition Planning and Support environments. Evidence of ability to develop/maintain plans for migration of ICT Systems and undertake formal quality reviews of technical/documentation. 20%
  • Experience of working on ICT Systems in compartmented certified environments. Demonstrable experience in classified domains and Defence Community. 10%
  • Experience of IT Service Management Tooling Remedy. 20%


Cultural fit criteria

  • Work as a team with our organisation and other suppliers
  • Take responsibility for their work
  • Challenge the status quo
  • Be comfortable standing up for their discipline
  • Can work with clients with low technical expertise


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Content Designer

The National Archives
Bessant Drive, Kew, Richmond, UK

We are looking for a Content Designer to work with the ‘Transfer Digital Records’ product team. The team are building a product which will enable the secure transfer of selected born digital public records to The National Archives. The service offers tools for content upload, validation and transfer of ownership to the Archive. The primary users of TDR will be transferring public record bodies.The TDR team have completed in-house Discovery and Alpha prototyping phases to determine the scope of the proposed service and are currently over midway in the Beta build of the product. The product is due to go live in private Beta by the end of March 2021.We require a content designer to work on the end-to-end journey of this web based service designing, creating and reviewing content that will help users complete their goal, making sure appropriate content and notifications are shown to a user in the right place and in the best format.


The specialist will be responsible for creating/designing GDS compliant content that communicates information to users with differing needs, ensuring the product adheres to accessibility standards. The specialist will work closely with the Service Owner, and Product team, to ensure users can find, understand and navigate the information they need and create help, guidance and training.


Expected contract length:

6 weeks


Who the specialist will work with:

The specialist will work with the Digital Selection and Transfer Service Owner and the ‘Transfer Digital Records’ product team at The National Archives, in particular the user researchers, designers and developers to challenge assumptions and test ideas, writing content which meets user needs as clearly, simply and quickly as possible.. The specialist in addition will need to engage with stakeholders and users to present work, demonstrate designs, and seek feedback as the work progresses.


What the specialist will work on:

  • Web editing, copywriting and content design for accessibility
  • Content strategy
  • Take user needs and present them in the most effective format
  • Avoid duplication and ensure content can be found easily
  • Create training guidance, help and manuals
  • Work within GDS compliant style guides
  • UX content writing
  • Tone and voice


Working arrangements:

Embedded into a multi-disciplinary agile product team. Normal office hours are 9am to 5pm, but flexible working is available including part applications for part time workers.We expect to interview on 13 January 2021. Remote working is possible for this position.


Security clearance:

Baseline


Essential skills and experience:

  • Extensive experience of writing for the web, with proven ability to create usable and accessible content for different platforms and devices
  • Have experience of working within accessibility standards and best practice
  • Excellent skills in convincing people to take a user-needs approach to content creation
  • Experience of working in a multidisciplinary team in an agile development environment
  • Demonstrable knowledge and passion for user centred design practices for public facing and internal services and applications
  • Experience of using metrics and user feedback to define and iterate content


Nice-to-have skills and experience:

  • An understanding of a progressive enhancement approach to design and build
  • Have experience of working within GDS standards and best practice
  • Creating content across devices, tools and transactional services, especially those with complex user journeys
  • Experience in a web application development environment, and be proficient in Markdown, picture sourcing and editing
  • Experience in content publishing systems and processes


Cultural fit criteria:

  • Work closely with our organisation and other suppliers
  • Communicate openly, demonstrate progress and discuss findings regularly
  • Be transparent and collaborative
  • Be comfortable standing up for their discipline
  • Have a no-blame culture and take responsibility for their work
  • Be able to work and make progress independently to deliver work to a deadline


Additional assessment methods:

  • Reference
  • Interview
  • Scenario or test
  • Presentation


Evaluation weighting:

Technical competence 65% Cultural fit 15% Price 20%


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APEX Developer

Royal Navy - MoD
Whale Island, Portsmouth, UK

The Royal Navy is looking for APEX Developer support to the RN Personnel Data and Information Exploitation Programme.


Expected contract length:

1 year


Who the specialist will work with:

Navy, Navy Reserves and Civilian personnel, other contractors and support organisations operating in or contributing to the personnel management environment


What the specialist will work on:

To lead and undertake application design and development work for the Oracle and related applications to deliver and sustain the RN Personnel Information Exploitation Programme, its derivatives, sub-projects and related support activities with a specific focus on conversion of an existing application set to a new user cohort.


Other locations:

Remote where possible; Whale Island, Portsmouth for meetings and some travelling to Land HQ at Andover and other Navy sites as required.


Working arrangements:

The developer will be working in a team, with outcomes generated by the team to a schedule demanded by the Authority.


Security clearance:

SC is essential. Navy/MoD cannot sponsor security clearance


Essential skills and experience:

  • Skilled and experienced in front end application design and development using Oracle Application Express.
  • Skilled and experienced designing and building role based custom security components in Apex.
  • Experience in the use of ORDS 18.3.0 including rest APIs and OAUTH2 security
  • Experienced in Apex architecture, integration and security
  • Extensive experience of Oracle databases, scripting and security
  • Data Warehousing architecture and design
  • Data Integration using extract transform load tools
  • Skilled in Oracle Business Intelligence tools
  • In depth understanding of the HR data sets
  • Multiple full life cycle software project experience from initial design to build, deployment and testing.
  • Agile methodology adoption in projects.
  • Running user workshops and liaising with business users in requirement gathering.
  • Skill in translating business objectives and ensuring the implementation is correctly aligned to requirements.
  • Experienced in the use of Oracle Database 18.0.0.3.
  • Experienced in the use of Oracle APEX 18.1.
  • Experienced in Oracle Linux 7.


Nice-to-have skills and experience:

  • To be proficient in installation, architecture and migration of Oracle applications
  • Experience with Oracle databases, SQL, PL/SQL, XSLT, HTML, JavaScript, Apache 2.4, Tomcat, WebLogic and Oracle DBA skills
  • Experience in the development and execution of unit tests and automated web browser tests
  • Experience working in development teams, working with the Product Owner, requirements analysts and testers on an ongoing basis
  • Experience in sprint planning, daily stand-ups and retrospectives and demonstrating software solutions to stakeholders during sprint reviews
  • Experience in the production of technical documentation to support the application to the standards specified by the IAS Software Development Standards
  • Experience in the production of user stories
  • Experience of the RN and Army data warehouse structures
  • In depth understanding of the HR data sets for Ministry of Defence Armed Forces (JPA)
  • Experience in ensuring developed applications successfully transitions through system testing for subsequent deployment into a live hosting environment


Cultural fit criteria:

  • Work as a team with our organisation and with other government organisations
  • Be transparent and collaborative when making decisions
  • Have a no-blame culture and encourage people to learn from their mistakes
  • Share knowledge and experience with other team members
  • Can work with customers with low technical expertise


Additional assessment methods:

Interview


Evaluation weighting:

Technical competence 75% Cultural fit 5% Price 20%

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Digital Programme Manager

Royal Navy - MoD
Whale Island, Portsmouth, UK

We are looking for a Digital Programme Manager to establish the working outcomes for programme and delivery management of a team of C4ISR, technical, and operational SMEs, across a spectrum of digital programmes and projects delivering digital outcomes that enable current and future information based capabilities supporting Navy Command Information, MoD and HMG defence and national security outputs.


Expected contract length:

3 months


Location:

South East England


Organisation the work is for:

Royal Navy - MoD


Part time details:

Role is for 7.5 hours per day, 30 hours per week (4 days), for the duration of the contract; flexible working. There will be no overtime available.


Who the specialist will work with:

The DDF will be tasked by Navy Digital, will support MCSU and will liaise with several RN operational groups including Carrier Strike, Amphibious Task Group, and maritime platforms delivering outcomes under the guidance of the Navy Digital Capability Development Head.


What the specialist will work on:

'Establish the DDF programme by delivering the following outcomes: developed ways of working and programme initiation; assessed data flows, tasking, prioritisation and working relationships with other RN, MoD, OGD and NATO stakeholders. Assist in the planning and preparation for developing the digital outcomes.


Additional locations:

MCSU at Portsdown Technology Park, with a relatively small amount of travel within the UK


Working arrangements:

There will be approx. 2 days per week working in the office in Portsmouth, the rest working flexibly. Work can be conducted remotely with the use of various apps and team sites for collaborative working via a MODNET laptop, to be supplied. There will be some visits to battle staff offices and maritime platforms to deliver outcomes in situ. These may be in the Portsmouth, Plymouth and Faslane areas.


Security clearance:

SC is essential and DV desirable at contract start. MoD cannot sponsor clearances.


Additional terms and conditions:

In addition to the day rate, an additional £1K is available for T&S in line with current MoD rates. Foreign travel is included in this but prior authorisation is required from the Authority in advance of booking (committing).


Essential skills and experience:

  • Experience managing programmes and projects in a maritime environment
  • Experienced senior manger with information warfare skills and knowledge of the maritime warfare environment
  • Practical programme management experience of programme initiation and the mechanisms to develop through-life programme management.
  • Practical end-user experience in exploiting maritime C4ISR services / capabilities using a variety of platforms and technologies.
  • Experience with current core NATO command and control apps.
  • Experience using applications and systems hosted on the current maritime operational planning solution (LC2).
  • Experience in the practical use of C4ISR applications in meeting maritime operational and tactical needs.


Nice-to-have skills and experience:

  • 'Experience with in-service maritime digital command system solutions, system engineering and system integration as either a user or engineer.
  • Experience in all variants of in-service maritime command system digital data link technologies and solutions.
  • Experience with NATO data link information exchange requirements and protocols.
  • Familiar with maritime combat system design, sensor integration and data capture, process and digital information exchange as user or engineer.
  • Experience developing and defining digital and cloud-based requirements to enable naval and maritime outcomes.
  • Experience managing teams delivering digital maritime engineering outcomes as head of department with charge responsibility in a complex sea-going or similar role.
  • Experience of maritime engineering ICT commissioning, assurance and acceptance and associated engineering compliance.


Cultural fit criteria:

  • Work as a team with our organisation and with other government organisations
  • Be transparent and collaborative when making decisions
  • Share knowledge and experience with other team members
  • Can work with customers with low technical expertise
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team on a daily basis
  • Able to make decisions in an informed and confident manner


Additional assessment methods:

Interview


Evaluation weighting:

Technical competence 70% Cultural fit 10% Price 20%

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C4ISR Technical SME

Royal Navy - MoD
Whale Island, Portsmouth, UK

The Royal Navy is looking for Technical SME support for a programme of C4ISR, technical, and operational SMEs, across a spectrum of digital programmes and projects delivering digital outcomes that enable current and future information based capabilities supporting Navy Command Information, MoD and HMG defence and national security outputs.


Expected contract length:

3 months


Part time details:

Based on 7.5 hours per day, 30 hours per week (4 days), for the duration of the contract; flexible working. There will be no overtime available.


Who the specialist will work with:

The DDF will be tasked by Navy Digital, will support MCSU and will liaise with several RN operational groups including Carrier Strike Force, Amphibious Task Group, and maritime platforms delivering outcomes under the guidance of the Navy Digital Capability Development Head.


What the specialist will work on:

Support the DDF programme with technical SME of command and control Functional Area Services (FAS) applications. Deliver core DDF Functions:

  1. Educate and inform users in support of CSG21 deployment in the best ways of working in using C2 Apps in an interoperable coalition.
  2. Innovate and develop tools and data sets to improve the information advantage of the RN.
  3. Produce knowledge articles including configuration guides, 'how-to' wikis, work-arounds and user guides for the C2 apps and their integration to systems.


Other locations:

MCSU at Portsdown Technology Park, with a relatively small amount of travel within the UK


Working arrangements:

The C4ISR Tech Lead will be supporting the Team Leader working in a team with stakeholders from within the RN operational staffs, MoD, and other government departments to deliver capability outcomes in support DDF tasks. There will be approx. 2 days per week working in office, the rest working flexibly. Planning work will be via a MODNET laptop, to be supplied, and can be conducted remotely using collaborative working. There will be some visits to battle staffs and maritime platforms to deliver outcomes in situ. These may be in the Portsmouth, Plymouth and Faslane areas.


Security clearance:

SC is essential and DV desirable.


Additional terms and conditions:

In addition to the day rate, an additional £1K is available for T&S in line with current MoD rates. Foreign travel is included in this but prior authorisation is required from the Authority in advance of booking (committing)


Essential skills and experience:

  • Experience delivering C4ISR/ICT digital programmes and projects in a complex maritime environment.
  • Detailed knowledge and experience of FAS applications provided by NCIA and other vendors such as Northrop Grumman.
  • Experience as an Enterprise Architect designing and endorsing digital and information solutions using current and next generation technology and resources.
  • Experience of delivering intermediate level designs (ILD) for digital and cloud C4ISR solutions ensuring that all relevant lines of development are considered.
  • Experienced in application of MoD standards for ICT, information security, digital design, delivery, compliance, safety, maritime integration and operations.
  • Ability to understand complex digital and information based issues and provide options for resolution across a multi-stakeholder environment.
  • Experience in an instructional or mentoring role
  • Experience of programme management of complex software change activities at the Department level.
  • Knowledge of Windows, Linux, Unix and other servers solutions as well as virtualisation using vSphere and Hyper-V.
  • Knowledge of Maritime Platforms and systems such as Combat System Highway and the integration of those systems to sensors and transmitters, the data flow and information exchange.


Nice-to-have skills and experience:

  • Experience with in-service maritime digital command system solutions, system engineering and system integration.
  • Experience in all variants of in-service maritime command system digital data link technologies and solutions.
  • Experience with NATO data link information exchange protocols.
  • Experience developing and defining digital and cloud-based requirements to enable naval and maritime outcomes.
  • Experience managing teams delivering digital maritime engineering outcomes as head of department with charge responsibility in a complex sea-going or similar role.
  • Experience in maritime information exchange requirements and the information flow


Cultural fit criteria:

  • Work as a team with our organisation and with other government organisations
  • Be transparent and collaborative when making decisions
  • Share knowledge and experience with other team members
  • Can work with customers with low technical expertise
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team on a daily basis
  • Able to make decisions in an informed and confident manner


Additional assessment methods:

Interview


Evaluation weighting:

Technical competence 75% Cultural fit 5% Price 20%

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Senior Full Stack Developer

East Midlands Special Operations Unit (EMSOU)
Nottinghamshire, UK

We are looking for a Senior Full Stack Developer to support the East Midlands Special Operations Unit with modernising its technology solutions. The initial engagement will be for 6 months with a high potential to continue for longer. This will be an Outside IR35 engagement and with a potential to grow and deliver other related services and skills. We are therefore looking for a Contractor who has the required technical skills along with a strong business acumen and a growth mindset.


Background:

The East Midlands Special Operations Unit is facing a challenge with modernising its technology solutions. Through the creation of new databases, user interfaces and integrating existing applications it is aiming to implement an enterprise data warehouse solution to enhance its data availability and analytics.


Essential Experience:

We are looking for a suitable candidate with the following experience.

  • Experience in implementing data integration techniques, ETL and flexible/extensible database design (preferably Microsoft SQL Server based) is essential.
  • Experience of design (client and server side), development (including UI/UX) and implementation of Enterprise grade applications. Proven experience working with Agile development methodologies (SCRUM), working with key business stakeholders to drive and evolve the development lifecycle.
  • A strong understanding of software development technologies and demonstrable experience of utilising and implementing such technology in a secure and practical way and to provide a technical and infrastructure expert view for procurement decisions and to influence decisions based on best practise and current industry thinking.
  • To have experience and awareness of implementing and designing highly available enterprise applications/solutions conforming to business continuity and recovery models.
  • Demonstrate experience and a good working knowledge of implementing systems and services that conform to the requirements of internal and external security standards (e.g. relevant British and ISO standards, Cyber Essentials, NCSC and NIST).
  • Demonstrable experience of working closely with Data and Business Analyst teams to translate requirements into technical solutions.
  • Proven experience of service lifecycle, working with EMSOU's local IT teams to aid service transition and continual improvement. Documenting design decisions, principles and data relationships/models. Experience of utilising software testing frameworks (Manual/Automated) to ensure high quality deliverables to the user base.
  • The candidate must be flexible in their approach to developing solutions and will be required to work closely with the EMSOU IT department to aid the transition of the solution into the BAU arena.

 

More specifically, the candidate must have working knowledge and experience in the following areas:

  • Front end languages including but not limited to HTML(5), CSS, XML, JavaScript, jQuery, React.JS, Vue.JS
  • Backend Languages including but not limited to PHP, Java, Python, Ruby, C#, SQL, ASP.NET, .Net
  • Rest APIs, SOAP Services, Micro-services
  • Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services
  • Microsoft BI Stack (including not limited to SSRS, SSIS, Power BI Service)
  • Version Control (GIT)
  • Database Technologies (MS SQL, MySQL, Oracle)

 

The candidate may be required to participate in the requirements elicitation process with various departments within EMSOU in order to create a data governance strategy that is aligned to EMSOU's business objectives. The resulting data warehouse solution must be cloud compatible or a hybrid solution. Cloud solution development experience would be beneficial to assist in identifying the best cloud based service for the project.


Experience of working in a law enforcement / government environment is preferable but not essential.


Work Location:

For security reasons, we are unable to provide the exact location, however it is in the vicinity of Junction 27 of the M1 in Nottinghamshire.

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NHS IT Commercial Analyst

University Hospital Lewisham
University Hospital Lewisham, Lewisham High Street, London, United Kingdom

A Business Analyst with NHS IT Commercial experience is required to support the CIO, working closely with Project, Procurement and Finance teams for the next 18 months, starting immediately.


The work will involve analysing business requirements and providing advice in relation to digitisation and data migration. You will also be required to manage the relationships between key supplier representatives and Trust operatives to smooth out the pace of change and provide a degree of stability as measures are taken to upgrade/maintain key systems.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Support with restructuring of ICT / Informatics / Digital teams
  • Develop digital Strategies
  • Help on key contracts with existing suppliers, including with Cerner for their EPR
  • Support procurement activities
  • Developing business case for strategic digital solutions
  • Conduct strategic reviews


Essential Skills & Experience:

  • Must have knowledge of methodologies for developing requirements to support a Trust in going out to procurement
  • Procurement of clinical systems for an Acute Trust
  • Developing digital strategies with Trusts, for example, a ‘cloud first’
  • Supporting Trusts with restructuring of ICT
  • Ensure the safe implementation of critical information systems
  • Supporting Trusts with implementing EDM and outsourced scanning


Nice-to-have Skills & Experience:

  • RIS, PACS and VNA Knowledge
  • Have supported Trusts to recover implementations that are failing
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