Join the team

Joining ADI Health means contributing to healthcare’s digital revolution. Our ethos is to empower patients to take control of their healthcare and you could be a part of that. We are extremely passionate about healthcare and the benefits digital technology can offer. You could work with us to improve our services and consequently aid the health and social care sector.
Join Our Team

Our Values

1

We are straightforward, honest and caring. We believe in working in an atmosphere of trust and mutual support.

2

We believe in long-term innovation and strategic thinking, this translates into actionable change for ADI Health and our customers.

3

We provide tangible benefits to society and are committed to our end-users, our customers, our shareholders and our employees.

Rewards and Benefits

We offer generous benefits packages to all of our employees. In addition to competitive salaries, we also have:

Pension scheme

Childcare voucher salary sacrifice scheme

Free parking

BUPA Cashplan membership for money back on healthcare costs such as dental and optical

25 days holiday

Flexible approach to remote working

Cycle-to-work scheme

Fantastic office location within Salts Mill

Support for ongoing professional development

Join our team

We are always looking for talented and committed individuals to join our rapidly-growing team, so even if your job role is not advertised, please do get in touch.

Send your cover letter and CV to careers@adi-uk.com

We are actively recruiting for:

Full Stack Software Engineer

We are looking to recruit a Software Engineer with extensive practical industry experience to work with a small team developing new features for an existing product, as well as ongoing maintenance.

Duties:      

  • Design and build new front-end tools to extend web portal and patient app capability 
  • Develop new platform features including:
    • Interfacing to 3rd party systems
    • Adapt and develop APIs for portal and mobile app
    • Develop business rules modules
  • Provide ongoing maintenance and 3rd line support for the product as required.
  • Work within agile development environment.

Key requirements:  

  • Java
  • JSON schemas
  • Experience of NoSQL databases
  • Experience with JavaScript, AngularJS, React
  • Experience of writing and maintaining technical design documentation
  • Proactive self-starter able to work with minimal supervision and as part of a team
  • Proven track record of work on complex software projects to a high professional standard

Other requirements:

  • Experience of PHP 7 based server development preferred.
  • Awareness of mobile application software development approaches is desirable but not essential
  • Experience of container (e.g. Docker) deployments
  • Object oriented design
  • Experience working in an Agile (Scrum) methodology
  • Ability to work in a managed quality assurance environment, such as medical and safety-critical applications

Please send us your CV with a covering letter to apply.

Data Protection Officer and NHS Standards Lead

We are currently looking to recruit an outstanding Regulatory Compliance Lead to support the business during the accelerating growth and scale-up as our MyPathway product is used by ever-growing numbers of customers across a wider range of healthcare scenarios and specialities. The position would suit someone with expertise in GDPR/wider data protection governance, with a quality / process improvement background, but looking to grow into a broader leadership role in a fast-growing SME in the rapidly expanding digital health sector.

Taking the formal role of DPO, you will lead on monitoring our compliance with UK GDPR and other data protection legislation, working with colleagues across the business to complete and maintain information asset registers, DPIAs, and ROPAs, as well as assisting our customers to complete their own data protection documentation covering use of MyPathway in their services.

You will be responsible for completion of our annual NHS DSP Toolkit submission, other existing and emerging NHS compliance requirements (SCAL, DTAC, …) and wider standards and accreditations, such as WCAG and ISO27001. You will also take the lead in monitoring evolving standards and defining plans to ensure ADI’s policies, processes, procedures and products conform to the relevant standards.

Duties:

  • Be the first point of contact for all Data Protection, Clinical Safety and NHS Standards queries from staff members.
  • Produce and deliver Data Protection, IG and Clinical Safety training packages to staff in collaboration with the CSO.
  • Lead on the completion and submission of the annual Data Security and Protection (DSP) toolkit, including responsibility for collating the required evidence.
  • Lead with the development of a process of internal audit against the DSP Toolkit standards and provide a report to the SIRO.
  • Identify and propose existing and emerging NHS Standards which would be critical or beneficial to ADI to comply with in supporting our NHS customers.
  • Keep abreast of evolving standards, guidance and best practice pertaining to data protection and clinical safety, including monitoring and liaising with organisations such as the Department of Health and Social Care Policy Unit, and the Information Commissioners Office and ensure ADI policies and procedures align.
  • Assist and advise staff on the completion of data privacy impact assessments, data sharing agreements, privacy notices, etc.
  • Coordinate and support incident investigations and root cause analysis, including assisting staff with investigations and producing investigation reports, for any information governance or clinical safety incidents or near misses.
  • Lead on responding to subject access requests and other IG related queries or requests from external parties.
  • Ensure that clinical risk management activities are completed in accordance with the Clinical Risk Management Plan and coordinate with the CSO on matter of maintenance, execution and audit against the Clinical Risk Management Plan.
  • Coordinate the Information Governance Group, Information Asset Owner Group and Clinical Safety Group to monitor progress against overall plans and targets.

Key Requirements

  • Deep understanding of Data Protection, Information Governance, GDPR, Caldicott Principles.
  • Experience working with teams developing software products for the digital health market.
  • Experience working with NHS organisations and defining policies and procedures to ensure conformance with NHS standards and guidelines.

Other requirements:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to operate at all levels in the organization and influence policy and decision making up to board level.
  • Ability operate largely independently, understand priorities and manage your time effectively.

This role would suit an experienced Data Privacy or IG Lead looking to broaden their role into additional related areas and play a key role in the growth of an exciting small company putting patients at the centre of their care.

Please send us your CV with a covering letter to apply.

DevOps Engineer

We are looking for an enthusiastic DevOps Engineer to work with our product team to maintain and build the operational aspects of our digital health delivery system, and to monitor and administer cloud-based infrastructure, platforms and products.

You will develop tools and leverage third party and open-source technology to deliver a highly efficient delivery pipeline and to monitor and report against operational KPIs for our market leading healthcare software platform.

Duties:

Release Management

  • Operational verification of releases prior to deployment
  • Deployment of release candidate builds to test and staging environments
  • Deployment of releases to live environments
  • Post-deployment monitoring and documentation of releases

System Monitoring

  • Definition, implementation, maintenance and continuous improvement of system monitoring tools.
  • Ongoing monitoring of key system metrics to ensure optimum operation and rapid alerting to system faults or performance degradation

Internal Collaboration

  • Collaboration with Development team to ensure internal systems, connections to third party systems and build pipelines are highly efficient and meet requirements
  • Collaboration with customer facing teams to provide technical support for investigation of customer reported issues and to enable reporting against KPIs

External Collaboration 

  • Collaborate with external Service Providers to ensure hosting provision is meeting current requirements and proactively plan for future requirements

Key Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related subject
  • 2+ years of experience in managing Linux based infrastructure
  • Hands on experience in at least one scripting language
  • Experience working with databases such as MySQL
  • Experience working with NoSQL databases (MongoDB)
  • Experienced in Agile methodology for software development
  • Experience of writing and maintaining technical design documentation
  • Experience working with Docker
  • Experience working with Ansible
  • Support and maintenance of web server and database
  • Experience investigating and resolving operational issues in a high pressure environment
  • Proactive self-starter able to work with minimal supervision and as part of a team
  • Familiarity with networking protocols

Valuable but not essential requirements include:

  • Some awareness of mobile application software development approaches
  • Knowledge of Java/JVM based languages
  • Familiarity with Business Rules Management System (BRMS) solution (e.g. Drools)
  • Ability to work in a managed quality assurance environment, such as medical and safety-critical applications.

Please send us your CV with a covering letter to apply.

Junior Application Support Administrator

We are currently looking to recruit a junior application support administrator to work with our DevOps and Service Desk teams to monitor and maintain quality of service on our MyPathway SaaS product.

Responsibilities of the Role: 

  • Monitor pathway operation and report daily KPIs for all live pathways.
  • Identify and investigate anomalies in reported pathway data to identify potential operational issues.
  • Collaborate with colleagues in the Development Operations team to drive improved visibility of operational parameters to improve coverage and reporting of pathway operations monitoring.
  • Collaborate with colleagues in Development Operations to drive increasing levels of automated monitoring, reporting and alerting against pathway operations.
  • Escalate and drive resolution of any issues identified in pathway operations.
  • Collaborate with the ADI Service desk to understand any themes in incoming support tickets which may indicate pathway operation issues.

Key requirements: 

  • An affinity with technology and ability to rapidly learn new tools and technologies.
  • Ability to consolidate data from multiple sources, analyse data and draw conclusions.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Competent in use of Microsoft Excel for reporting purpose

Valuable but not essential requirements include: 

  • Experience performing initial triage/investigation of reported issues for web and/or mobile App products .
  • Experience with a wide range of IT systems and tools (Windows, Mac, Linux, Office 365, Jira, Endpoint Security, Firewall configuration, etc.).

This role would suit a young person with a strong technical acumen, seeking an exciting and stimulating place to work, to make a tangible intellectual, social and economic impact.

Please send us your CV with a covering letter to apply.