About Wellbeing Software

Wellbeing Software helps deliver better patient care by providing healthcare organisations with simple, integrated technology for seamlessly accessing full patient records.

Through our specialist radiology and maternity information systems, and our experience in clinical data management, we are experts in healthcare software connectivity.

Our widely-used solutions combine all information from across a range of specialities, locations and services to improve workflows for healthcare professionals, enabling them to work more easily and effectively.

Digital Midwife / Clinical Product Specialist - Maternity - remote working

Job Description

Our Culture

Wellbeing Software Group is defined by our innovative culture – an environment that rewards creative problem solving and rapid decision making. We encourage people to be bold. We work in small teams and move fast to develop new products, constantly iterating and improving.

Our History

Wellbeing Software, a Citadel Group Company, provides helps deliver better patient care by providing healthcare organisations with easy to use, integrated technology for workflow and electronic patient records, supplying our specialist radiology and maternity information systems, and our experience in clinical data management, we are experts in healthcare software.

In the UK alone, we are trusted by more than 80% of NHS organisations.

Our solutions are built on more than 30 years’ experience in a range of key specialisms including radiology and maternity information systems, electronic health records and healthcare data management.

Following Wellbeing’s acquisition by The Citadel Group (ASX:CGL), a leading Australian software and services company, we are able to widen our existing portfolio into complementary areas, through the addition of Citadel’s market leading pathology and oncology systems.

The Maternity sector of our business is growing, and we are evolving our Euroking product. The world of Maternity IT is also ever changing, and we need assistance with industry engagement and product development from someone with a midwifery background.

Do the most meaningful work of your career

Patients are at the heart of every solution we build. We design products and deliver services that solve real healthcare problems and contribute to the management of the healthcare of millions of UK citizens every year.

As the Digital Midwife / Clinical Product Specialist you will be remunerated with a competitive salary commensurate to experience, 25 days holiday, a bonus scheme, company pension and additional benefits.

Be part of our new journey

There are many new and exciting challenges ahead!

We are looking to hear from exceptional, enthusiastic and talented people who want to be part of our journey, to become part of a highly motivated team of professionals, working together to shape the future of the Global Health Care IT market.

If you feel your skills, talent and experience can be a vital contribution to our present and future success, apply for one of our positions today!

As the Digital Midwife / Clinical Product Specialist be assisting and guiding in the clinical design, product development and required standards to ensure our customers receive the best possible product solution to facilitate workflow and meet the high demands of a maternity department you will be central to the product strategy.

You will be expected to work autonomously and to proactively drive the continued compliance with regulations. You will be required to have an understanding of the current landscape of information technology and ideally, healthcare to ensure the Company is prepared for any changes in the regulatory landscape.

Are you set to be…..

The ‘Digital Midwife’ is a new role in the product team working and supported by the Product Manager and will;

  • Design/change clinical workflows flows in the system
  • Assess product change requests from existing customers in line with national standards
  • Contribute towards the mock-ups/design of user interfaces and clinical workflows for the software engineers to build
  • Write clinical updates for the system work with the service team to advise of customer queries
  • Support pre-sales activities such as product demonstrations
  • Support tender responses for new bids
  • Manage the clinical RFCs with Commercial and Customers
  • Clinical knowledge to advise Product Manager on best practice/approach for Product development
  • Keep up to take with changes to NHS guidance for Maternity such as NHS Digital, NICE, RCOG guidelines, UKOSS.
  • Promote the adoption of the National Maternity Record standards internally and in the customer base
  • Work alongside maternity Product Manager in new product development and existing product evolution

The Person

Essential

  • Strong maternity clinical domain knowledge preferably trained midwife
  • Knowledge of all aspects of maternity including hospital and community
  • Good technical knowledge of IT systems
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills relating to IT systems
  • Knowledge of evolving clinical process from paper to software
  • Knowledge of wider healthcare IT systems e.g. PAS/EPR/Ultrasound
  • Ability to assemble high level product solutions for customer opportunities
  • Ability to positively influence internal teams and customers
  • Able to work with customers – midwives/consultants/anaesthetists/heads of

midwifery etc and internal colleagues in Product, Sales and Operations

  • Familiar with MSDS/CNST/MTP
  • Confident and credible presentation skills
  • Able to travel if required
  • Able to work remotely as necessary

Desirable

  • Previous experience in product management
  • Previous experience in a commercial/sales environment

Please ensure you read our GDPR Statement available on www.wellbeingsoftware.com/privacy-policy/

Closing date for applications 19/05/20.  If you wish to apply for this role, please forward your CV with a short cover letter with salary expectations.

Benefits:

  • On-site parking at company HQ
  • Sick pay
  • Bonus scheme
  • Life insurance
  • Private medical/dental insurance
  • Company pension

Job Type: Permanent

Salary: £38,000.00 to £45,000.00 /year

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IT Infrastructure Engineer - Nottinghamshire

Job Description

Our Culture

Wellbeing Software Group is defined by our innovative culture – an environment that rewards creative problem solving and rapid decision making. We encourage people to be bold. We work in small teams and move fast to develop new products, constantly iterating and improving.

Our History

Wellbeing Software, a Citadel Group Company, is a leading healthcare technology provider.

In the UK alone, we are trusted by more than 80% of NHS organisations.

Our solutions are built on more than 30 years’ experience in a range of key specialisms including radiology and maternity information systems, electronic health records and healthcare data management.

Following Wellbeing’s acquisition by The Citadel Group (ASX:CGL), a leading Australian software and services company, we are able to widen our existing portfolio into complementary areas, through the addition of Citadel’s market leading pathology and oncology systems.

Do the most meaningful work of your career

Patients are at the heart of every solution we build. We design products and deliver services that solve real healthcare problems and contribute to the management of the healthcare of millions of UK citizens every year.

As the IT Infrastructure Engineer you will be remunerated with a competitive salary commensurate to experience, 25 days holiday, a bonus scheme, company pension and additional benefits.

Be part of our new journey

There are many new and exciting challenges ahead!

We are looking to hear from exceptional, enthusiastic and talented people who want to be part of our journey, to become part of a highly motivated team of professionals, working together to shape the future of the Global Health Care IT market.

If you feel your skills, talent and experience can be a vital contribution to our present and future success, apply for one of our positions in Nottinghamshire today!

The IT Infrastructure Admin role is a crucial role ensuring the success of the IT Department and the business. They work jointly with other staff and departments to ensure that systems and service are meeting the requirements of the staff. The IT Infrastructure Admin will work to improve the security and standards operated internally, discuss, suggest, plan and implement new projects into the working environment and further enhance business processes of the company

The IT Infrastructure Admin will perform a number of functions to achieve their objectives in line with best practice, security and quality standards.

Are you set to be…..

The key skills we are looking for in the role are:

Staff working in IT are responsible for the ongoing IT systems maintenance, availability and function for the organisation. Some of the tasks will include:

• Assist in the adherence to standards and best practice in cyber defence and network security including ISO27001 and adhere to quality standard ISO9001

• Maintain IT stability and support for all departments and assess that they are meeting staff requirements.

• Contribute to the continued evolution and integration of IT infrastructure and alignment to the needs across the organisation.

• Maintain dialogue with stakeholders about customer service issues or queries

• Communicate information to the departments

• To verify and audit compliance with policy, relevant codes of practice and appropriate legislation including the Data Protection Act, Information Governance and in all matters relating to security

• Implement quality management and regulatory compliance strategies ensuring all requirements are kept to standard and updated

• Preserve assets by maintaining patching, disaster recovery and back-up procedures, information security, developing/implementing approved improvements, auditing and controlling structures

• Assist staff in resolution of issues and identify areas for issue prevention and systems improvement.

• Deploy new systems in line with company standards, security standards and IT policy.

Knowledge required by this role is as mentioned below:

  • Windows Server
  • Linux RHEL/CentOS environments
  • BASH and Powershell Scripting.
  • Active Directory & Group Policy
  • Virtualisation (VMware)
  • Experience of configuring enterprise firewalls (desirable)
  • Experience to Cisco Equipment (Switches/Routers/Firewalls etc…)
  • Strong Patching and Security ethos with an organised approach.
  • Build and Application packaging
  • Basic PowerShell scripting (desirable)
  • Office 365, SharePoint & Onedrive
  • Cyber Essentials understanding and implementing
  • Ability to work efficiently, accurately and adhere to schedules and deadlines
  • Ability to gather requirements, propose and implement solutions
  • NHS Governance Toolkit/DSPT
  • Relevant Legislation

Key competencies are:

  • Knowledge of compliance requirements and experience for Cyber Essentials/Plus.
  • Experience in creating and monitoring systems programmes
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbally across all levels.
  • Motivated organisational skills with an ability to work to tight deadlines and manage your workload effectively.
  • Work with technical staff and other internal colleagues to meet organisation needs.
  • Arrange and participate in internal and external stakeholder debriefs.
  • You should be a team player but comfortable working under your own initiative.
  • You should be excellent problem solver with great attention to detail.
  • Flexible and innovative approach.
  • Highly developed analytical skills with a keen eye for detail. Ability to analyse and understand business processes, policies and practices and to assess risks.
  • Strong communication skills in English across both written and verbal mediums.
  • Able to tactfully influence peers and possess sufficient self-confidence to question the veracity of systems, practices, procedures and policies.
  • Ability to drive and travel on business when required

You will be based within our office in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, but some travel may be necessary.

Please also ensure you read our GDPR Statement available on www.wellbeingsoftware.com/privacy-policy/

Closing date for applications 27/05/20

Benefits:

  • On-site parking
  • Sick pay
  • Bonus scheme
  • Life insurance
  • Private medical/dental insurance
  • Company pension

Please ensure you include a covering letter with your salary expectation.

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Person Responsible for Regulatory Compliance - Nottinghamshire

Job Description

Our Culture

Wellbeing Software Group is defined by our innovative culture – an environment that rewards creative problem solving and rapid decision making. We encourage people to be bold. We work in small teams and move fast to develop new products, constantly iterating and improving.

Our History

Wellbeing Software, a Citadel Group Company, is a leading healthcare technology provider.

In the UK alone, we are trusted by more than 80% of NHS organisations.

Our solutions are built on more than 30 years’ experience in a range of key specialisms including radiology and maternity information systems, electronic health records and healthcare data management.

Following Wellbeing’s acquisition by The Citadel Group (ASX:CGL), a leading Australian software and services company, we are able to widen our existing portfolio into complementary areas, through the addition of Citadel’s market leading pathology and oncology systems.

Do the most meaningful work of your career

Patients are at the heart of every solution we build. We design products and deliver services that solve real healthcare problems and contribute to the management of the healthcare of millions of UK citizens every year.

As the Person Responsible for Regulatory Compliance you will be remunerated with a competitive salary commensurate to experience, 25 days holiday, a bonus scheme, company pension and additional benefits.

Be part of our new journey

There are many new and exciting challenges ahead!

We are looking to hear from exceptional, enthusiastic and talented people who want to be part of our journey, to become part of a highly motivated team of professionals, working together to shape the future of the Global Health Care IT market.

If you feel your skills, talent and experience can be a vital contribution to our present and future success, apply for one of our positions in Nottinghamshire today!

As the Person Responsible for Regulatory Compliance and dedicated Data Protection Officer (DPO) you will be central to the Company’s strategy in maintaining regulatory compliance and driving sustainable improvements in Data Protection, quality and security.

You will be expected to work autonomously and to proactively drive the continued compliance with regulations. You will be required to have an understanding of the current landscape of information technology and ideally, healthcare to ensure the Company is prepared for any changes in the regulatory landscape.

You will be a key member of the team across the Company and lead in promoting ongoing compliance with regulations. This will include the development of assessments and systems to monitor and report against a wide range of key regulatory focus areas.

Are you set to be…..

The key skills we are looking for in the role are:

· You will represent Wellbeing in DPO and compliance activities, audits with internal stakeholders, customers, vendors and standards companies.

· Provide practical data protection advice, guidance and assistance including meeting our obligations under the data protection law

· Plan and conduct internal audits for all certifications, particularly ISO 9001/27001; including audits of 3rd parties, ensuring audit results are captured and communicated

· Brief teams on the requirements of external audit and the evidence that needs to be retained and presented to show compliance.

· Manage external audit activities, directing activity during the audit, supporting colleagues in evidencing processes, and communicate results and actions plans

· Track and manage to resolution non-conformances from internal and external audit

· Act as subject matter expert in formal management reviews of GDPR, QMS and ISMS.

· Complete and submit the DSP toolkit, seeking advice and approval from the management team

· Plan, lead and document risk analyses to company standards and processes including management of risk registers

· Propose and develop appropriate security and compliance policies and procedures along with internal stakeholders to ensure viability along with business practice.

· Lead on activities required to update current certifications as requirements change

· Review Group standards proposals and produce gap analyses identifying areas of difference and the necessary activities to bridge the gap, along with recommendations for action

· Act as a focal point for compliance and information security-related queries from colleagues, customers and vendors including during tender processes

· Adopt an understanding of clinical safety and product medical accreditation systems for company compliance

· Conduct Data Protection Impact Assessments.

· Review and align IT policies and processes to current and emerging legislation and industry best practice.

· Create awareness programmes to engage employees.

Knowledge required by this role is as mentioned below:

· ISO 9001 controls and internal audit

· ISO 27001 controls and internal audit

· Data Protection Officer knowledge & experience

· GDPR

· NHS Governance Toolkit/DSPT

· Relevant Legislation

Key competencies are:

· You will have experience of planning and conducting audits for ISO 9001 and 27001.

  • Knowledge of compliance requirements and audit experience for Cyber Essentials/Plus.
  • Experience in creating and monitoring compliance programmes
  • Experience working with auditors.
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbally across all levels.
  • Motivated organisational skills with an ability to work to tight deadlines and manage your workload effectively.

· You should be a team player but comfortable working under your own initiative.

· You should be excellent problem solver with great attention to detail.

· Flexible and innovative approach.

· You will be keen to adopt other regulatory standards to include in the company compliance improvements.

  • Qualified as auditor
  • Highly developed analytical skills with a keen eye for detail. Ability to analyse and understand business processes, policies and practices and to assess risks.
  • Strong communication skills in English across both written and verbal mediums.
  • Able to tactfully influence peers and possess sufficient self-confidence to question the veracity of systems, practices, procedures and policies.

Desired :

· CE Marking/medical device knowledge

You will be based within our office in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, but some travel may be necessary.

Please also ensure you read our GDPR Statement available on www.wellbeingsoftware.com/privacy-policy/

Closing date for applications 19/05/20. Please ensure you submit your CV with a covering letter and salary expectations.

Benefits:

  • On-site parking
  • Sick pay
  • Bonus scheme
  • Life insurance
  • Private medical/dental insurance
  • Company pension

Job Type: Permanent

Salary: £30,000.00 to £45,000.00 /year

 

Apply Now 

Our Culture

Wellbeing Software Group is defined by our innovative culture – an environment that rewards creative problem solving and rapid decision making. We encourage people to be bold. We work in small teams and move fast to develop new products, constantly iterating and improving.

Our History

Our solutions are built on more than 30 years’ experience in a range of key specialisms including radiology and maternity information systems, electronic health records and healthcare data management.

Following Wellbeing’s acquisition by The Citadel Group (ASX:CGL), a leading Australian software and services company, we are able to widen our existing portfolio into complementary areas, through the addition of Citadel’s market leading pathology and oncology systems.

Be part of our healthcare:connected journey

Data is the foundation of healthcare delivery, informing and transforming services by providing insight into patient care and efficiency. Throughout a person’s life they may encounter a range of health and social care services from general practice and radiology, to maternity, pathology and oncology. All of the data obtained by these specialities represents a complete patient history, but are so often siloed within disparate systems.

Our mission is to bring those information sources together as one seamless entity, granting healthcare practitioners a single view of each patient and a centralised source of vital patient data that can be used to improve healthcare outcomes.

We are looking to hear from exceptional, enthusiastic and talented people who want to be part of this journey and become part of a highly motivated team of professionals, working together to shape the future of the global healthcare IT market.

If you feel your skills, talent and experience can be a vital contribution to our present and future success, apply for one of our vacancies today!

Apply now