|Recruiter:||Graduates into Health|
|Listed on:||22nd February|
|Salary/Rate:||£29,554 - £34,101|
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Organisation: Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust (GSTT)
Roles: Graduate Analyst x17
Salary: £29,554 - £34,101 p.a. inc HCA - Annex 21 pay arrangement
Location: Central London
Contract Length: 30 months Fixed Term
Start Date: 31st May 2021
**Please note due to the nature of the fixed training programme schedule, we cannot accept any candidates who are unable to start this role on the 31st May. In addition, you be required to have a valid passport to travel the USA, where you will be expected to remain for a couple weeks of June (dates to be confirmed, no annual leave will be authorised for this month) **
The implementation of the electronic health record (EHR) programme, known as Apollo, will be the most ambitious programme of clinical pathway transformation ever undertaken by GSTT. Powered by Epic software, a new electronic health record system will replace many of the systems currently in use with a single, integrated and comprehensive source of information. The programme is planned for roll out from spring 2023.
The programme will not only deliver the new Epic EHR system but will help to improve and implement other new technologies. GSTT will be investing in a significant upgrade to their core network, integrating medical devices, introducing speech recognition technologies and intuitive reporting solutions.
Graduates into Health are partnering with GSTT to recruit seventeen graduates into the programme, who will take part in a bespoke package of training, which will see the successful candidates gain exposure to an exciting change project and become future leaders within the NHS.
As an Analyst, you will work as part of a project team assisting with the implementation of clinical/administrative IT solutions into the Trust. You will undertake a structured and comprehensive training and education programme, which will develop your technical capabilities, with a view to moving into a senior role, by the project ‘go live' date in April 2023.
This is an opportunity to be a part of something truly transformational. Joining, will mean being a part of the biggest programme of pathway transformation in south east London, as well as making the next big step in your career.
Required skills and Expertise:
Closing Date: 28th February 2021
Virtual Assessment Centre Dates: End of March/beginning of April