|Recruiter:||Graduates into Health|
|Listed on:||18th June|
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Organisation: NHS Blood and Transplant
Roles: Junior Software Developer
Salary: Circa £26,000
Contract Length: Two Years Fixed Term
Start Date: Immediately following assessment centre
NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) is a world leader in delivering a safe and sufficient supply of blood, as well as tissues and solid organs. Each year our give around two million donations of blood and 3,500 organs - saving and transforming countless lives.
Our IT helps us support Blood Donation and Organ Transplantation safely from end to end, from donation through to manufacturing, processing and transfusion/transplantation. We're constantly seeking new ways to increase productivity and efficiency, and that means rethinking the way we use IT to deliver a better experience for donors, hospital customers, partners and staff.
NHSBT is an inspirational place to work where your opinion counts, and provides job satisfaction that is second to none. You would be truly making a contribution to saving and improving people's lives.
As a Junior Systems Developer, you will be given scope to innovate and create compelling solutions to meet business needs. You will expand your technical skills and knowledge by working on a range of varied and interesting projects. You will be supported by other team members including: business analysts and service designers, testers, scrum masters and architects. This is a challenging but extremely rewarding post which offers a unique opportunity to make your mark.
Skills and Experience
If you are interested in the opportunity then please apply by uploading your CV and write a cover letter of no more than 1000 words, detailing what skills and experience you can bring to the role.
Closing date: 23:59 Sunday 11th July 2021
Virtual Assessment centre: TBC
Please note we would encourage candidates to apply early as applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, and the position may be closed before the deadline should enough applications be received.