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We believe that mobile technology has a major part to play in improving patient care in hospitals. From developing our software to supporting the users, our staff help us enable healthcare professionals to do their jobs efficiently and effectively.

We’re always looking for brilliant people to join our growing team. We have a vibrant, dynamic working environment with opportunities to develop your career. If you think you’re a good fit and you’d like to join us on our journey, get in touch hr@nervecentresoftware.com.

Opportunities

Senior Software Engineer

The role of senior software engineer is to be a key senior member of the development team to support the rapid growth of the business and the move to a cloud based platform.

As a Senior Software Engineer, you will play a crucial role in delivering high quality software to customers by designing, developing, optimizing, scaling and driving innovation into the product suite.

Key accountabilities:

  • Provide technical expertise in the design, development and delivery of the product whilst adhering to coding standards, requirements, quality and timelines.
  • Maintain high standards of software quality and technical excellence within the team
  • Proactively identify issues and areas of concerns and improvements.
  • Support deployment, maintenance and new releases support activities.

This role is based in our Berkshire office (Wokingham) but with flexible/remote working options.

For more information on this job role click here.

EPR Programme Manager

The key objective of the Programme Manager role is to lead and manage large scale multi-year EPR deployment programmes of work with key NHS Trusts. The role will hold the highest level of relationships with the Trust(s) and be responsible for the success of the EPR programme, working with the project, clinical and technical teams within Nervecentre and liaising with R&D for product definition.

This is a home-based role with the need to travel to Trusts premises across the UK when required and occasionally other countries.  We offer a rewarding working environment in one of the fastest growing technology companies in the UK, with strong opportunities to learn new skills, and a competitive salary. Working hours are 37.5 hours per week with the need to work longer hours as required to accommodate travel needs and meet Trusts requirements.

For more information on this job role click here.

Order Communications Product Specialist

The purpose of this role is to provide subject matter expertise for the ongoing development of our Order Communications functionality and its implementation within our customer base. The ideal candidate will have demonstrable experience of working with/within the NHS, knowledge of clinical systems and applications and involvement in the full project lifecycle. The candidate should also have enthusiasm, flexibility and good communication skills.

The role will be key in driving and providing inputs to:

    • The development roadmap for the Order Communications functionality in Nervecentre.
    • The continuous improvement of implementation standards for Order Communications within Nervecentre, to the benefit of our customers.
    • Order Comms project delivery success and customer satisfaction.
    • Product documentation.
    • The Quality Framework for Order Communications.

Person Specification

You will have extensive experience of either implementing or working with LIMS, RIS / PACS and Order Comms systems, and will be conversant with the datasets and data integration methods used. An understanding of the business process  flows involving pathology and radiology departments would be of significant benefit.

For more information on the job role and how to apply, click here.

EPR Business Development Director

The responsibilities of the EPR Business Development Director role include, but are not limited to:

  • Excellent understanding of the NHS EPR marketplace and able to articulate Nervecentre capabilities/attributes in line with the Nervecentre EPR strategy.
  • Ability to engage and develop relationships with key trust stakeholders – including CCIO, CNIO, CIO, COO, CMIO, CMO and CEO.
  • Recognise the growing importance of Integrated Care Systems (ICS) and develop relationships with those key stakeholders.
  • Develop sales strategies tailored to the prospective client and build and maintain relationships with key client decision-makers.
  • Engage in networking and lead generation activities to grow new EPR sales opportunities for assigned territory.
  • Develop a strong pipeline of EPR opportunities for the assigned territory
  • Develop and progress sales proposals to meet annual sale targets
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