“We pride ourselves on providing a fantastic environment to work in, amongst some of the brightest technical minds in the healthcare software business.”
It’s really important to us that our development team are empowered to do the best work they possibly can. This means keeping the office environment quiet, buying good equipment, and developing each individual’s skills. We encourage our team to attend conferences and continue their learning.
It’s not all about work though. We also like to go for lunches together (sometimes Adam cooks!), and we often go to the pub after work. We’ve got quite a spread of people interested in different things, so you can expect lots of chat about anything from films and music through to photography, gaming and politics.
A developer centred environment
We want you to feel happy and satisfied with your work, which is why most of our team have selected areas of the development process they are most interested in and choose to work in these areas. Our development team is self-regulating in that each team member is trusted to make development decisions and is able to ask for input and support from other team members when they need it. We are proud of our high standards, and everyone is expected to maintain these.
We are always interested to hear from developers looking for a new challenge, who think they may be suited to our environment. We’re happy to discuss things on an informal basis, and show you round / what we do. (Please no approaches from recruiters – see below.)
We only work with recruitment agencies by prior agreement, and currently have an exclusive agreement. So, recruiters, please do not send us any emails or call us. It’s not a good use of anyone’s time. We will not be responsible for any fees that relate to any emails or CVs sent by agencies with whom we do not have a signed agreement for a particular role. If you are a candidate and saw this page yourself, by random or because you know us, you are welcome to contact us, but if you got here because a recruiter put the role to you then please do the honourable thing…