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Gary Holt · Mar 15

UK Job Opportunity for Cache/Ensemble Developer

A permanent job opportunity has arisen for a Cache/Ensemble developer at SystemC in the UK. We are looking for a talented and experienced Developer to join our CarePlus team where you will have the opportunity to utilise your experience and creativity within the product suite. 

You will be expected to work alongside the existing development team, customers, third parties and wider internal teams to support the product capabilities. As the product and company portfolio continues to develop there would also be opportunities to expand your technical skills.

Although this role is remote there may be a need to travel to SystemC offices which are UK wide.

Skills and Experience:

  • Proven development experience in Intersystems Cache/Ensemble
  • Experience in healthcare preferred but not essential
  • Any Java/HTML development experience would be an advantage
  • Ability to undertake system testing
  • Experience working on third party integrations
  • Any experience with data migrations would be beneficial
  • Assist internal teams and customers in technical discussions and requirements definition
  • Comfortable handling complex issues with confidence and in a tactful manner
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Good team-worker who is passionate about building positive working relationships
  • Self-motivated with good time management/organisations skills to meet sometimes challenging deadlines
  • Successful in working to tight deadlines in a busy, challenging environment
  • Experience in the use of supporting systems; Jira, Microsoft Office etc
  • Experience working in an Agile environment
  • Demonstrated ability to learn and acquire new products, technical skills and best practices
  • Willingness to travel to a company office, when required.

 

Link to job opportunity :  https://www.systemc.com/careers/developer1/

Please apply in writing, sending a covering letter & CV to hrrecruitment@systemc.com

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