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If you have a logical approach to problem-solving and an interest in technology, working in the NHS IT department could be for you.
Our Information Technology (IT) staff are responsible for designing, implementing and managing the IT infrastructure and systems used to support the delivery of high-quality health care at our Hospitals. Our IT staff diagnose and fix faults, support staff who use the systems, and develop improvements.
Working in the IT Department is challenging and varied, the IT staff provide; Networking, Servers, Storage, System/Interface Development, Websites, Desktop/Mobile Device Management and Project Management services.
IT staff cover a variety of roles, the qualifications, skills and experience varies depending on the role, entry-level posts will benefit from GCSEs or equivalent qualifications, other roles will require degrees and specialist qualifications appropriate to the Role.
IT staff will require good technical skills and a logical approach to problem-solving. A good team player able to perform under pressure.
IT jobs are covered by the Agenda for Change (AFC) pay scales, they usually work 37.5 hours per week, with some evening and weekend work depending on the needs of the role.