Join a company of multi-disciplinary and self-governing teams; working across research, design, development, product, implementations, support, customer success and more. And we're not done yet. We're always growing, and need people to grow with us.
iQ HealthTech tools and services are used by some incredible people. People who provide care across NHS and private hospitals in the UK, and within a growing number of hospitals worldwide.
As a company, we work hard to provide our teams with the guidance, governance and support they need to make great decisions when the outcomes are so critical.
We promote a flexible working culture, with a genuine focus on personal development and company-wide collaboration. That means everyone has a voice in the conversation, and everyone can ask for what they need to do a better job tomorrow. Even if the job they did today was already pretty damn good.
Our commitment to self-development extends well past the 400+ hours of video training our teams have hovered-up through our company-wide subscription to Udemy. We encourage and support continued development, with a say-yes attitude to learning – whether that might mean courses, conferences, qualifications or simply a good book (and the time to read it).
We discuss, listen and adapt. Whether that means changes to our toolsets or improvements to our ways of working.
With regular wellbeing one-to-ones and access to wellbeing support subscriptions, we put our people first.
A clear career development structure with quarterly reviews and goals, so people have the support they need to grow.
The best ideas can come from anyone. We work in innovative fields, and our teams are creative, trusted and empowered.
We're all learning how we do our best work. We don't always feel the need to put rules around it, so you're free to work where's best for you (and we understand that might change day-to-day).
Many of our people are fully remote, and based all-across the UK. But for those who do their best work face to face, we have a relaxed and collaborative office based in Christchurch, Dorset. Many teams choose to mix-up both.
Due to company growth, we are recruiting for a software tester to join our remote team. Successful applicants will be supporting the development of our e-prescribing application as we transform it into cutting-edge microservices. You will be involved in the planning, development and execution of new tests and test scenarios. You will have a minimum of 5 years’ real world experience testing web applications. You will work closely with the test lead, product owner and developers to design and develop automated tests and scenarios to test the functionality and behaviour. You will have prior knowledge of automated testing, load testing and API testing methodologies.Read more
We are looking for a Business Analyst, eager to work with our customers, users, and key stakeholders to develop software that makes a real difference to the treatment of cancer patients in the UK and worldwide. Due to company growth a new role has opened for a business analyst who will play a key part in the future direction towards our mission of developing technology to improve patient outcomes, everywhere. The Business Analyst will work closely with the product, software development, implementation, and QA teams to ensure that the functionality being designed and developed aligns with the company vision as well as customer needs and expectations.Read more
Due to company growth, we are recruiting two full-stack senior .Net software developers to join our remote team. Successful applicants will be taking our e-prescribing application and transforming it into cutting-edge microservices. You will be involved end-to-end in the planning and execution of new features and ideas from a roadmap already loaded with innovations designed to streamline the user experience and ultimately lead to improved patient healthcare outcomes.Read more
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