The University of York’s Trials Unit is seeking an enthusiastic junior web developer to work on bespoke patient management systems that support clinical trials, as part of a wider development team.
You will primarily be developing systems written in .NET 5.0/Core. You will also work with SQL Server to create, query and update data.
This role requires the willingness to develop technical expertise, have creativity and solution orientated 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.
You will be assisting with a number of clinical trials, designing, developing and maintaining the systems that support patient management throughout their participation all under the supervision of a more senior web developer. This will include the following responsibilities:
What we offer
Interview date: 21 February 2022
For informal enquiries: please contact Matthew Bailey at firstname.lastname@example.org
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