An exciting opportunity has arisen for a .NET Web/Systems Developer at The University of York, one of the UK leading universities. We are looking for a talented and enthusiastic .NET Web/Systems Developer to join our nationally renowned Department of Health Sciences helping to advance technology within the mental health sector.
You will play a key role in developing and supporting the innovative Patient Case Management Information System (PCMIS) a web application designed to support mental health and related care services, capturing and managing a range of evidence based patient data. Working closely with the lead developer, existing PCMIS Team and health care services, you will be responsible for the development, deployment and system support of web based applications and databases and will help to research and investigate new applications and associated web services to NHS partners, Mental Health organisations and health related charities both in the UK and Australia.
You will have experience of developing, deploying and supporting digital health solutions, be customer focused, coupled with good organisational, problem-solving and interpersonal skills.
If you're interested in finding out more, please do not hesitate to contact PCMIS Director, Byron George at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a fixed term post for 24 months in the first instance from 1 October 2017 and the salary is in the range £31,076 - £38,183 a year. The post is full time and the hours of work are 37 a week.
Centred in the picturesque village of Heslington on the edge of the historic city of York, our colleges are set in an attractive landscaped campus. An employer of choice, the University offers range of benefits such as flexible working, long holidays and a generous pension seldom seen in the other sectors.
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