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Information Analyst: Junior Bi Developer/Web Designer

Band 5

Main area
Information Services Department
Band 5
Full time 37.5 hours per week
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Royal Cornwall Hospital
£23,023 - £29,608 pa (pro rata)
28/10/2018 23:59



Do you want to be part of an award winning and innovative team, helping to drive improvements within Royal Cornwall Hospital using the latest BI technology (Microsoft 2016 BI Stack & Power BI) combined with advanced analytical techniques? 

Do you have proven skills, experience and a passion for Business Intelligence and Web development? 

If so, we are looking for a keen enthusiastic, motivated and committed individual to join our small but successful Business Intelligence section of the information team at the Royal Cornwall Hospital. You would be joining at a hugely exciting time, with internal promotion and funding to grow the team enabling new roles. These roles will focus on improving and developing the existing BI to meet the ever growing need for information within the hospital and around the county. 

The successful applicants will need to drive the continuous improvement of the current BI system, and take part in moving the SharePoint based portal to an upgraded environment. 

If you are interested we would strongly encourage you to visit us, to meet the team and understand more about Royal Cornwall Hospital and our ways of working. 

The successful applicants should be prepared to work in a challenging and changing environment. 

This is a full time post working 37.5 hours per week.

For further information please contact Brandon Chapman, on 01872 258058 or brandon.chapman@nhs.net.

 Propose Interview date: TBC

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Brandon Chapman, on 01872 258058 or brandon.chapman@nhs.net.