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Business Change Analyst

Job Reference: 468-ENH164

East and North Herts CCG
Service Development
Welwyn Garden City, Welwyn Garden City
£30,401 to, £37,267 per annum

Are you exactly the person we are looking for? Applications are welcome from experienced, enthusiastic, professional people who want to join our Primary Care IT team in this role as a Business Change Analyst.

If successful you will be using your business change and clinical application expert skills to enable the delivery of the deployment of all Informatics applications and any associated projects across our supported health customers in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Luton.

The Business Change Analyst will be required to work closely with clinical staff to define current service processes. These will then be mapped against SystmOne or any other chosen (clinical or non-clinical) system’s functionality and any new changes identified including configuration of the system and the development of new clinical templates.

Applications are welcome from both clinical and non-clinical staff.

" Extensive working knowledge and experience of TPP SystmOne is a requirement for this post "

A full valid driving licence and access to a car to use regularly for business purposes is essential (unless you have a disability as defined by the Equality Act 2010).

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