Product Specialist/Clinical Systems Analyst (NHS)

Recruiter
Max20 Limited
Location
Manchester
Salary
£21.78 per hour
Posted
26 Sep 2017
Closes
03 Nov 2017
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
Product Specialist/Clinical Systems Analyst (NHS) - £21.78 per hour - Manchester - 2 Months Our NHS client is looking for a Product Specialist/Clinical Systems Analyst to assist with configuration, maintenance and BAU support work. The role will be working on Project workstreams and will initially be for 2 months. This exciting opportunity has arisen within the client's Applications Support Team in their Informatics department. The team is responsible for supporting a wide range of patient administration and clinical systems across the Trust. As a member of this team you will become an expert in multiple systems, advising users on how to get the best from their system, resolving problems and contributing to the successful use of IT systems across the Trust. The Informatics department is at the forefront of exciting challenges facing the Trust particularly relating to the delivery of the Informatics strategy to support the Trust vision and objectives, the NHS plan and the national changes to the NHS. Working in this environment will provide the right candidate with valuable skills and experience with which to advance their career. You will be a problem solver able to manage, investigate and resolve issues; a good communicator able to engage with all grades and disciplines of staff through a variety of media; and a quick learner able to develop skills rapidly in a technical environment. You will have experience using, administrating and supporting clinical systems. System administration and configuration knowledge is essential and experience in supporting ICE, Symphony, EMIS, CliniCom PAS, Graphnet EPR, Medisec, ORMIS, Ultragenda and Patientrack would be particularly advantageous. You will be a problem solver able to manage, investigate and resolve issues; a good communicator able to engage with all grades and disciplines of staff through a variety of media; and a quick learner able to develop skills rapidly in a technical environment.
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