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Clinical Researcher

Exeter, Devon

Job Ref
CCCR0822/MD
Location
Exeter, Devon

Clinical Researcher – Permanent
Exeter, Devon (hybrid role - remote based with option to attend Exeter office)
£22,500

Do you have experience in a healthcare setting? Or perhaps you’re a scientific graduate looking to gain industry experience with a global healthcare solution company?

If so, this is a great opportunity to join us as a Clinical Researcher and support the success of solutions that are benefiting the healthcare industry on a daily basis. This role is permanent and working on a hybrid basis.
You will join other UK based clinical researchers to work in tandem with our US colleagues to deliver world class digital clinical decision support for the US healthcare market. FDB is the market leader in digital healthcare solutions in the world and this will be a fantastic opportunity to develop into this field.

Our values drive our work and we have Clear Expectations, work Better Together, are Constantly Curious and put Health at Heart.

The Benefits:

Competitive starting salary and enhanced benefits package which includes:

- 25 days’ holiday plus Bank Holidays
- Flexible option to purchase up to 5 days’ extra holiday
- Flexible working hours and working location
- Health cashback plan
- Enhanced pension scheme

You’ll learn from a highly skilled team who are passionate about creating solutions that are making a positive, lasting impact on the healthcare industry.

As well as the above benefits, you’ll receive ongoing training and support to increase your skill set and ensure you succeed in your role.

This role has a requirement to attend the Exeter office in the future, with a blend of home and office working.

The Role:

As a Clinical Researcher, you’ll support the day-to-day running of our FDB US Editorial and Data Structure group and assist with a range of tasks.

In this key role, you will be mainly responsible for entering clinical and non-clinical data into our clinical content management system with the highest levels of accuracy, following established editorial policies and instructions.

Other duties will include:
- Quality checking non-clinical data in our system
- Obtain and compare source information for inclusion within knowledge base content
- Perform various data entry tasks to record or verify a variety of source information into knowledge base content
- Research product submission, makes observations, analyses data and follows editorial policies and work procedures
- Work collaboratively in a group as a team member to accomplish stated goals
- Help to resolve issues or errors to continuously improve our quality standards
- Assist the Customer Services Team with any queries as well as communicate with drug manufacturers
- Work on projects to support new and existing customer requirements

We are curious and we put health at the heart of all we do, for the wellbeing of our employees, our customers and the health services. We connect with each other and our customers; we achieve more when we collaborate. Everything we do has a focus on efficacy and real-world application which means we know where we are, where we are headed, what success looks like and can translate our goals into action. If you think you have what it takes to join our team, please apply now.

About You:

To join us as a Clinical Researcher, you’ll need:

- At minimum, a 2:2 degree (or equivalent) in a scientific discipline OR previous clinical experience, such as clinical content maintenance
- A high level of IT literacy, including MS Outlook, Word and Excel and great typing skills
- The ability to accurately enter complex clinical data
- Excellent logical, analytical and problem-solving skills
- The ability to work well as part of a team and on an individual basis
- Self driven and organised
- Good time management and prioritisation skills
- Good communicator in both written and spoken English
- Be flexible and adaptable to work with different teams across UK and US time zones (no requirement to work after 6:30pm UK)

Previous experience within a healthcare or software development organisation is desirable. Knowledge of medical terminology would also be an advantage, as would the ability to understand disease states.

We’re eager to hear from individuals who have experience as a Research Assistant, Clinical Research Assistant, Graduate Clinical Researcher, Clinical Data Analyst, Clinical Coder, Pharmacy Technician, or Accredited Checking Technician.

Other companies may call this role Research Associate, Clinical Assistant, Scientific Researcher, Clinical Content Administrator, Information Analyst, Graduate Scientific Researcher, or Trainee Researcher.

The interview process is likely to be conducted in the Exeter office where permittable, induction and training can be conducted remotely if required. This role is available on a permanent basis.

Webrecruit and FDB (First Databank) are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.

So, if you think you’d fit in with our hard-working team as a Clinical Researcher, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Function
Clinical Content
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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IT & Software

Software Developer (Multilex)

Exeter, Devon

Job Ref
ACDIZ0301/SK
Location
Exeter, Devon

Software Developer
Exeter, Devon

About Us

FDB (First Databank) is the leading provider of drug knowledge that helps healthcare professionals make precise decisions. With thousands of customers worldwide and four decades of experience, FDB enables our developer partners to deliver actionable solutions that help improve patient safety, quality, and healthcare outcomes.

Our values drive our work and we have Clear Expectations, work Better Together, are Constantly Curious and put Health at Heart.

We are now looking for a Software Developer to join our team in Exeter on a full-time basis and play a vital role in the development of our Multilex software solution.

The Benefits

- Competitive salary
- Annual company bonus scheme
- Life assurance
- Healthshield flexible health cash-back scheme
- Pension scheme
- 25 days' holiday per annum plus statutory holidays
- Flexible options for employees to purchase up to five additional days' holiday
- Permanent health insurance
- Cycle to work scheme
- Childcare vouchers
- Charity days
- Flexible working practices (work from home/flexi hours fully negotiable)

This is an amazing opportunity for a Software Developer with a range of great skills and the experience to deliver and yet still admit when you don’t know something to take their next step with our growing company.

We’re at the forefront of the medical data industry and so we need to ensure our software and products remain out in front of the competition, and that’s where you come in.

We’re on an exciting journey and we want you to join us. If you’re the Software Developer we’re looking for then you’ll align with our values and be engaged by our mission. Get involved, apply today.

The Role

As a Software Developer, you will be responsible for developing aspects of our Multilex Software solution. Multilex is the UK’s leading drug database and e-prescribing decision support solution and is used by healthcare professionals across the country.

You’ll be delivering high quality, innovative solutions, working openly and collaboratively with a diverse range of technical and subject matter experts.

We work with Agile methodologies for our software solutions and you’ll be collaborating with the Product Owner to understand customer requirements and implementation processes.

Specifically, your role will also involve:

- Performing critical assessments
- Analysing, scoping and defining specifications
- Creating exceptional code
- Reviewing code across the team
- Using established design patterns and best practices
- Learning and researching solutions and sharing your findings

About You

To be considered as a Software Developer, you will need experience of the following:

- Analysis and design
- C#
- MVC
- .NET framework
- SOLID principles
- TSQL
- Test Automation
- TDD
- Refactoring
- Unit Testing, mocking
- JavaScript frameworks such as React
- Using ORM e.g. Entity Framework
- Agile & Scrum development methodologies

You will also need:

- Strong presentation skills
- Good communication skills both verbal and written, both external and internal
- Evidence of new subjects or skills learnt
- Evidence of knowledge sharing and the desire to teach others
- Seeks to engage and embrace change, being an active element of the change
- Actively seeks out and pursues opportunities for improvement and innovation
- Confident to admit “I don’t know” and strives to fill knowledge gaps

Webrecruit and First Databank UK Ltd are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.

So, if you’re seeking your next challenge as a Software Developer, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Function
IT & Software
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Product

Product Owner / Product Architect

Exeter, Devon

Job Ref
RS/0722/Product
Location
Exeter, Devon

Product Owner / Product Architect
Exeter, Devon – hybrid role

You will be accountable for the development and delivery of a solution to the healthcare market; you will balance market requirements with the technical strategy and delivery capacity. You’ll be happy to take the lead in developing and ensuring we meet our roadmap and excel at providing evidence-based value to our customers and end users. You work collaboratively across all departments to inform, and guide thinking and develop clear plans that your Team Leads across the organisation accept and take forward to ensure we deliver to our commitments.

What you can expect from us
- Competitive salary
- Bonus scheme
- Opportunity to work flexibly in hours and location
- Great holidays including option to buy more leave
- Health cash back scheme
- Annual allowance for your personal health and wellbeing
- Enhanced personal pension scheme of minimum total 13% contribution
- Life assurance, permanent health insurance schemes
- Opportunity to join a range of different training programmes


You will have
- Previous working experience of product management and product development from inception to market delivery.
- Experience of researching and developing MVP definition (Discovery and Alpha phase) for products and services and supporting market research
- A track record of using negotiation and influencing skills to break through barriers to success
- You are a clear thinker with the ability to inspire others and guide them without having direct management
- Clear communication, ability to research concepts and ideas and gathering intel from multiple sources to guide your decision making are second nature to
- An interest in deeply understanding the markets in which we operate and competitor solutions
- You will also have an interest in healthcare and working in an industry that seeks to promote the health and wellbeing of as many people as possible

Function
Product
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent
Hours
37.5 per week


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Product Analyst

Exeter, Devon

Job Ref
PTABEV3008/SK
Location
Exeter, Devon

Product Analyst - 2-year fixed-term contract
Exeter, Devon - hybrid working

About Us

FDB (First Databank) is the leading provider of drug knowledge that helps healthcare professionals make precise decisions. With thousands of customers worldwide and four decades of experience, FDB empowers clinicians to help improve patient safety, quality, and healthcare outcomes.

Our values drive our work and we have Clear Expectations, work Better Together, are Constantly Curious and put Health at Heart.

We are currently looking for a Product Analyst to join our team and help to manage and improve the quality of new and existing software implementations.

The Benefits

- Competitive salary
- Annual company bonus scheme
- 25 working days' holiday per annum plus statutory holidays
- Flexible option for employees to purchase up to five additional days' holiday
- Life assurance
- Flexible health cash-back scheme
- Enhanced pension scheme
- Permanent health insurance
- Cycle to work scheme
- Flexible working environment, including remote working
- Annual health and wellbeing allowance

If you have experience in a customer-facing or analytical support role and are looking to take the next step in your career as part of a talented team, this is a great opportunity to join our global company.

In this exciting role, you will have the chance to support and improve the quality of innovative solutions that are helping to transform healthcare systems across the world.

So, if you are looking to contribute to products that are making a real difference and work as part of a passionate, highly skilled team, we would love to hear from you.

The Role

As a Product Analyst, you will help to manage and improve the quality of new and existing software implementations to drive customer and user satisfaction.

You will be working on Multilex, one of our key clinical solutions that provides comprehensive, independent information on medications.

In this key role, you will:

- Manage the delivery of software solution implementations with new channel partners
- Help create and deliver account plans that drive end user value by adopting the latest solution features and enhancements by channel partners
- Develop and maintain systems to track, report and build on market and customer feedback
- Support the resolution of any product bugs and deliver service enhancements
- Work with colleagues to address and resolve customer queries

About You

To join us as a Product Analyst, you will need:

- Experience in a customer-facing or analytical support role
- Great time-management and organisational skills
- A logical mindset and strong problem-solving abilities


This role is initially available on a 24-month fixed-term contract.

The closing date for this role is 30th August 2022.

Other organisations may call this role Product Support Analyst, Product Support Executive, Technical Support Analyst, Product Onboarding & Implementation Analyst, Trend & Insight Analyst, Product Support Engineer, Business Analyst, or Insight Analyst.

Webrecruit and First Databank UK Ltd are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.

So, if you are looking to take on an exciting role as a Product Analyst, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Function
Product
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Sales

Commercial Manager - South - Primary Care Sales

Field-based

Job Ref
L133-0622-Sls1
Location
Field-based


Exciting opportunity to lead new sales in the South of England for Primary Care decision support solutions. These include AnalyseRx (Proactive Medicines Optimisation | AnalyseRx | FDB (First Databank) (fdbhealth.co.uk)) and OptimiseRx (Patient-Specific Medicines Optimisation | OptimiseRx | FDB (First Databank) (fdbhealth.co.uk)). OptimiseRx has been in the market since 2014 and has grown to over 75% market share. AnalyseRx was launched this year and we have similar growth hopes over the next few years. This appointment is a key hire to support the success of AnalyseRx.

Your role will include:
- Lead generation / networking with the support of a dedicated marketing team
- Proactively self-generating leads across multiple stakeholder groups and organisations
- Managing new sales in the South of England and managing a pipeline
- Demonstrating, presenting and promoting our solutions to clinical and technical customers
- Continually developing your knowledge of our portfolio of solutions
- Ensuring that business relationships are complemented with appropriate contractual agreements

About You
To be considered as a Commercial Manager, you will need:
- Experience within a healthcare sales role (e.g. Health IT, Devices ,Pharma Sales)
- Knowledge and understanding of the Healthcare market, specifically across Primary Care commissioning
- A team player mentality including the ability to work closely with colleagues across the commercial team and the wider business
- Previous experience of managing a pipeline and working towards individual sales targets
- Self-Lead generation experience and success
- A proven track record within a targeted sales environment
- Strong influencing and negotiation experience
- To be comfortable undertaking travel to customer meetings


Function
Sales
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent
Hours
37.5


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