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Senior Web Systems Developer

Department
PCMIS Health Technologies Limited
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Full-time
Contract status
Open
Salary
40,927 50,296 a year
Posted Date
24/09/2021
Apply by
03/11/2021
Job Reference
9879
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Role Description

Department

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior Web Systems Developer at PCMIS Health Technologies Ltd, one of the UK’s leading digital health solution specialists based at the University of York. PCMIS is a subsidiary company, with strong links to the Mental Health and Addictions Research Group within the Department of Health Sciences.

We are looking for a hands on talented and enthusiastic person to lead our development team (both remote and onsite) to help to influence, develop and advance digital health technology within the mental health and related health care sectors.

Role

You will play a key role in helping to make a difference to public wellbeing through the development and support of the innovative Patient Case Management Information System (PCMIS). Working within the existing PCMIS team, the post holder will be required to design, test, implement and manage large-scale digital health services to meet customer requirements, in a post which requires a combination of management, technical expertise, creativity and strategic thinking. You will be part of a small team that works closely to achieve the highest standards of technical excellence and customer support. You will allocate work to the Development Team, ensuring tasks are completed within agreed timeframes.  There will be plenty of scope for initiative coupled with access to many of the latest technologies.

In addition to day-to-day development and management of the on and offshore development teams and PCMIS Services, you will contribute to the design and deployment of integrated digital health web services. Over the coming year you will be required to lead on projects such as large scale integration projects, working with the PCMIS business team to develop roadmaps and co-design new product features by working in partnership with clients.

Skills, Experience & Qualification needed

A degree or equivalent qualification in a computer-related discipline, or proven relevant experience is essential. You will have hands on experience of developing, deploying and supporting large scale innovative development solutions, ideally in a digital health environment, be customer focused, have good organisational, problem-solving and interpersonal skills. In-depth knowledge of database and web technology including Microsoft ASP.NET (C#/VB), MVC, Microsoft Visual Studio, Microsoft SQL Server, JavaScript/jQuery, AJAX and CSS is essential. An appetite to learn and embrace new technologies. If you are looking for a new challenge and would like to work somewhere that have a positive impact on people’s wellbeing please get in touch.

This is a full-time post, 37 hours per week and salary range £40,927 – £50,296 pa + 38 days holiday + pension scheme + pluralsight subscription + staff benefits.  The post has a degree of flexibility.

Flexible remote/office working available.

Interview date: TBC

For informal enquiries: please contact Byron George, CEO PCMIS – byron.george@york.ac.uk 01904 321322

The University strives to be diverse and inclusive  – a place where we can ALL be ourselves.

We particularly encourage applications from people who identify as Black, Asian or from a Minority Ethnic background, who are underrepresented at the University. 

We offer family friendly, flexible working arrangements, with forums and inclusive facilities to support our staff. #EqualityatYork

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