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IT User Support Analyst

NHS AfC: Band 6

Main area
IM&T
Grade
NHS AfC: Band 6
Contract
Substantive
Hours
37.5 hours per week
Job ref
339-LMH8781
Site
Southmead
Town
Bristol
Salary
£26,565 - £35,577 per annum
Closing
23/01/2018 08:00

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As an employee of North Bristol Trust NHS you will be contributing to the enormous benefits for patients and staff in the delivery of innovative, safe, quality care. You will be joining the Trust at a very exciting time as we move from paper based processes to electronic systems to deliver patient care.

The IT User Support Analyst Team are responsible for the delivery, planning, co-ordination and evaluation of a number of IT Clinical Systems through the Trust, therefore the successful candidate should have a good understanding of a Trust wide EPR. We are a young dynamic team focused and motivated with a positive approach and experienced in the challenges that the moving to a digital environment brings.

Candidates should have experience working with IT clinical systems, a training environment and have an appreciation and awareness of the Training cycle.

A recognised training qualification is desirable but not essential for this role. As well as a positive, motivated and professional approach to resolving challenges.

Training knowledge and an understanding of the working of an acute health care service would be beneficial

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Further details / informal visits contact

Phil Wade
Assistant Director of Clinical Information Systems
Phill.Wade@nbt.nhs.uk : 44695

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