Graduate Programme - Nuffield Health
- £22,500 + benefits
- South West, Bristol
- Apply by:
- 14th August 2019
- Start date:
- Job type:
- Graduate job
Graduates – Are you looking for a challenge to launch your career in a leading not-for-profit UK health organisation?
We are recruiting a number of graduates with a variety of different degree subjects on a 12 month pathway, to play an integral part in a major healthcare business transformation programme in our 32 hospitals across the UK.
A key part of this multi-million pound business transformation programme is the implementation of a state-of-the-art Electronic Health Record system, which will put Nuffield Health at the leading edge of healthcare informatics. The programme is being run from our office in central Bristol with extensive travel across the UK.
This will be a great opportunity to gain experience of working on a large-scale change programme and gain valuable skills to add to your educational success, and equip you for your future career.
The pathway includes a rotation through Software Testing, Support Services, and the opportunity to specialise in areas such as Project Management, Change & Transformation, Management Information, whilst supporting the overall delivery of the project.
If you are successful in year 1 of the pathway, there will be future career opportunities.
What you will get from us:
- 12 month fixed term contract (with potential to extend)
- £22,500 per annum, with annual pay increases if you are retained after the 1st year
- Varied, interesting role, with opportunities to move into different areas
- Skills, training and guidance from experienced IT, Business, Change and Clinical professionals
- Part of a hardworking, innovative and social team with a strong graduate presence
- ISTQB Foundation qualification
- Paid holiday: 33 days including public holidays
- The full Nuffield Health benefit package, including free gym membership
What we need from you:
• Flexibility – This is a challenging programme, which is critical to the long-term success of the organisation. You will need to adapt and learn quickly, and be willing to travel extensively to various locations across the UK
- Strong attention to detail – When testing, the ability to detect small irregularities is essential
- Problem solving – A structured approach to problem solving is extremely important
- Strong interpersonal skills – You will be working as part of a large team, and interacting directly with clinical and operational staff across the organisation. This will require a patient and approachable demeanour, as you will need to engage with a wide range of users, appreciate their ways of working and the challenges associated with change
Telephone Interviews commence: from 29th July 2019
Assessment Day (you will be required to attend one): 2nd or 3rd September 2019
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