IT Developer

NHS Professionals
Southampton, UK
13 Sep 2019
26 Sep 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
NHS Professionals are working in partnership with University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust to recruit enthusiastic, flexible and adaptable individuals to join their ever-growing bank workforce. This is a fixed term position due to end 31/03/2020.


University Hospitals Southampton

Informatics Team - Rose Road SO14

Pay rates and Shifts

Monday to Friday 37.5 hours per week

9am until 5pm

Band 8C - £31.59 p/h

Job Description

We are looking for a full stack .Net developer to be part of a team that take the lead in developing and implementing key parts of the Trust's Informatics strategy, including evaluating requirements, and developing bespoke IT Systems.

The post-holder will specialise in the application development team's activities of the My Medical Record programme. The post-holder must be able to demonstrate excellent system design and programming skills, together with a broad background of technical experience. Specifically, the post-holder must have extensive knowledge of web development tools such as Microsoft Visual Studio and experience of data manipulation using SQL Server or similar. The ability to assess and understand new technology and its value in the working environment is essential

It is essential that all systems are appropriately documented, and the post-holder will be expected to lead by example in this respect. The evolving nature of IT development technology means the standards to which systems are developed are regularly reviewed and updated and the post-holder will be required to ensure all analysts contribute to this process and apply the standards to new developments.

In addition to developing the systems the post-holder will lead on the full lifecycle of projects and support end-users with the formulation of functional specifications. He/she must therefore be able to understand and discuss the non-technical aspects of systems development and explain technical aspects to those not technically minded.

In order to ensure a consistent approach to application development, the post-holder work with the My Medical Record Programme senior developers to share knowledge where necessary.

The post-holder must have 5 years' experience in a hands-on development role preferably in a healthcare environment although this is not essential., As a full stack developer, you would be expected to have extensive experience in:
  • ASP.Net
  • ASP Web Forms
  • C#
  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2017
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • SQL Server 2008 or newer
  • Application development life-cycle including user-needs analysis, documentation and training/demonstration.
  • Must be familiar with version control systems, ideally GIT.

Benefits of working for NHS Professionals

Work local to you

Weekly pay

Paid annual leave

You'll be part of the NHS family

Incentives and Rewards so you can earn more money

Free training and ongoing learning development opportunities

Flexible hours - Full or part time hours to suit your availability

Discount across 100's of high street brands for you and your family with the Health Service Discounts scheme

Statutory Maternity and Paternity

Access to the NHSP Stakeholder Pension

Access to NHSP shifts and systems via your Mobile!

Please note, if we receive a high volume of applications we may not be able to come back to you. If you have not received a response within 10 days of submission, please assume you have been unsuccessful.

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