The University of York’s Trials Unit in the Department of Health Sciences is seeking an enthusiastic web developer to work on bespoke patient management systems that support clinical trials.
You will primarily be developing systems written in ASP.NET, which are currently being shifted from VB WebForms to C# MVC technology. You will also work with SQL Server to create, query and update data. This is a particularly interesting time in our development as we are currently moving our applications and services into .NET Core. By joining as we design our approach, you’ll have the opportunity to influence its implementation.
We are committed to supporting our staff to learn new skills and as such would like to actively encourage applications from people who have the right attitude and aptitude even if you don’t think you can ‘tick-off’ every tool or technology we’ve listed in the job description.
Following a recent expansion across other areas of the Clinical Trials Unit, the development team is seeing an increase in the demand for bespoke web based systems that support the management of clinical trials. This role requires technical expertise, creativity and strategic thinking. There is scope for initiative and innovation, coupled with access to many of the latest technologies. Due to the nature of the role there is a variety of work available, and if there is a particular area of development you would like to specialise in this could be possible.
Day-to-day activities will include:
Additionally, unique functionality is often required for different clinical trials. Past projects that the development team have worked on include:
If you are looking for a new challenge and would like to work on projects that have a positive impact on people’s lives please get in touch.
What we offer
Interview date: 29th November 2021
For informal enquiries: please contact Jobie Kirkwood at firstname.lastname@example.org
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