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Mayden is a growing software company, awarded Development Team of the Year at the 2018 UK IT Industry awards.

Together we’re building the kind of company we want to work for. For us, that means an agile, open working culture, a flat structure and shared responsibility and reward for our success.

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We’re always looking to meet passionate, driven, skilled individuals to help shape the future of Mayden and of healthcare IT.

We offer a phenomenal working environment, exciting opportunities to learn new skills and an excellent package of benefits including private health insurance and pension.

If you live our values and are someone who wants to change the world for the better, then get in touch.

Current opportunities

Salary: From £25,000 DOE plus benefits

Location: Oldfield Park, Bath, BA2 3LR

About the role

We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our newly established implementation team. As an Implementation Coordinator, you will work with clients to establish their needs, implement and test added value features and support them once they are up and running.

We do not expect you to have a technical background but would like you to be interested in technology and how it can help people, as well as being completely comfortable with using it yourself.

If you want to work in a highly collaborative environment, have a passion for customer service and the vision and drive to ensure the successful operation of the features business, then we would love to hear from you.

As an Implementation Coordinator you will:

• Be a key representative of our business, providing client-facing liaison for our iaptus features from the start to the end of each mini project.
• Collaborate closely with our current Implementation Coordinator and other teams across the business
• Work to meet business objectives and find creative approaches to ensure these are met
• Self manage your own backlog of work that you will prioritise and organise your own time to deliver these in the most effective way possible
• Implement, test and troubleshoot value added features using basic technical programming functions
• Produce documentation to support features, including information and help guides
• Offer feature demos to help with the sale of features

About You

• You are personable, motivated, flexible and organised
• You are confident building rapport with customers in order to build strong relationships
• You are a strong communicator with a close eye for detail
• You are an autonomous problem-solver with a strong work ethic
• You may not have worked in healthtech before but have a passion for helping people and an interest in healthcare technology

Skills and Experience

• This is a role that works closely with our most vital customers so your customer service ability is important to us
• You’ll be able to show how you have delivered work in a highly effective and efficient way, with particular attention to detail
• You’ll be used to working to specific commercial objectives, being honest about what you can achieve and communicating this clearly.
• You’ll have good written and presentation skills, be fluent in English, and be happy to engage with customers on phone and video calls.

About Mayden

We love that the work we do makes a difference, changing what’s possible for clinicians and patients.

We have a flat structure at Mayden. Our team members work together to share the responsibilities that managers would traditionally have. Nobody tells you how to do your job – we’re all here to support each other.

Benefits

We offer a phenomenal working environment, exciting opportunities to learn new skills, and an excellent package of benefits including:

• personal training and conference budget
• onsite gym
• life assurance
• private health insurance
• pension
• parking
• 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (with the option to purchase another 5 days after 2 years of employment)

Hours and Location

The position is for a full-time staff member, 37.5 hours, Mon – Fri, 9am to 5pm.
This role will be based in our offices in Oldfield Park. We are excited to be back in our offices and exploring how and where we do our best work – being led by that work and maintaining relationships and communication. We are currently trialling this approach to our work at home policy. The role involves occasional travel.

You must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

How to apply

Please upload your CV and a covering letter describing your interest in the role and sharing a little about what you would bring to the team and to Mayden.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Salary: £35,000 - £60,000 pa, depending on experience

Location: Widcombe, Bath

About the job

We are looking for an enthusiastic programmer with great interpersonal skills and a knack for explaining complex technical topics. Alternatively, you may already be an experienced software trainer with previous industry experience. As an iO Academy trainer, your role will be focused on delivering our 16 week coding course to aspiring software developers, acting as a coach, a mentor and a trainer for the students while they learn from you to start their new careers. You will also work with existing trainers to develop the curriculum, assess student applications, run events such as programming workshops for schools and help with the academy’s operations.

In addition to the 16 week course, you will deliver both bespoke and pre-designed workshops for companies across the UK. At this time we are especially interested in applicants with Ruby, AWS, Docker and Kubernetes experience ​​but this is not essential.

About you as a Software Developer Trainer

You will have commercial software development experience, having worked on real projects, ideally within an Agile team. You will have helped support your team with difficult problems and enjoy helping junior developers to grow. You will have experience in an OOP language, ideally PHP or Ruby and Ruby on Rails. You will be comfortable programming for the web, working with current industry standard technologies across the stack. You will have worked with CI/CD pipelines, be comfortable writing a range of automated tests and be familiar with SQL databases.

You will have experience with all the usual development methodologies such as Agile, working with Git, pair programming and code review.

Most importantly you will be a friendly, motivated team player who wants to help people to reach their potential. iO Academy is all about changing lives. We are a fun, collaborative team with a passion for learning and passing on our knowledge.

About iO Academy

iO Academy trains aspiring software developers in the fundamentals of coding, software design and Agile project management. In 16 weeks, we teach our students all they need to know to land their first job as a software developer.

The academy was founded in 2015 by Mayden, a fast growing software company based in Bath. It was created to be a part of the solution to the technical skills gap across the UK. We believe that a combination of practical experience and programming knowledge will prepare our students for the programming industry, so we deliver content using a mix of classroom style learning and project work.

We pride ourselves on having created a fun and collaborative place to work with a strong sense of social purpose. You will be working alongside award winning trainers and mentors in a relaxed team, with the freedom to craft the role as you see fit and contribute to an exciting, growing company.

Benefits

We have been growing steadily year on year, and offer a phenomenal working environment, exciting opportunities to learn new skills and an excellent package of benefits, including:

  • Personal training budget for self development plus access to a further central pot of training funds upon request
  • Enhanced pension contributions (complying with auto enrolment)
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Private health insurance
  • Mental health support line and GP access
  • Discount vouchers for goods and services via Wider Wallet
  • Regular social events
  • Cycle to work scheme including electric bikes

To apply

This is a full time role based in the South West. You must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

Please upload your CV and covering letter. Tell us what you’re passionate about and what you would bring to the Software Developer Trainer role and to iO Academy. We are anticipating a lot of interest in this exciting new role and we will be reviewing applications as soon as they come in, so please apply as soon as possible.

If this role isn’t for you, but you like the sound of working at iO Academy or Mayden, please keep checking our website for more great opportunities coming soon.

Salary: From £32,000 Dependent on experience

Location: Oldfield Park, Bath

At Mayden we are looking for highly motivated and experienced ETL Developers to join our Data Services Team and help us to improve and expand our transformed data, reporting, and analytics offering for clients and stakeholders of our market leading patient management system, iaptus.

 

There are plenty of opportunities here to carve your own path within this role, but your responsibilities as an ETL Developer will include:

  • Designing, building and deploying new ETL solutions in line with stakeholder specifications
  • Maintaining and continuously improving the existing ETL suite, ensuring data is handled efficiently and new features are incorporated and released seamlessly
  • Collaborating closely with other Mayden teams, directors and customers to gather requirements, develop specifications, assist with data requests and deliver solutions in a timely manner
  • Handling of multiple different and evolving datasets for existing and new markets
  • Migrating new data from a variety of different systems into our patient management system
  • Self management of projects and input into planning and quoting of work

 

What we are looking for in an ETL Developer:

  • Hands-on experience in developing ETL solutions (e.g. Talend, Alteryx)
  • In-depth knowledge of SQL and relational databases
  • Knowledge of Git or other source control software
  • Experience of working closely with clients and communicating regular updates to stakeholders
  • Experience of managing deadlines and concurrent projects
  • Ability to troubleshoot and solve complex data problems
  • A keenness for sharing knowledge and learning with other team members

 

Additionally, the following would be advantageous:

  • Experience with coding (e.g. Python, R, Java)
  • Experience with shell scripting languages (e.g. Bash)
  • Experience with healthcare data and/or secure handling of sensitive information
  • Experience of working with national datasets
  • Exposure to agile methodologies and principles, preferably in a scrum framework

 

About you:

  • You have an analytical mind with the ability to learn fast
  • You enjoy solving mathematical or logical problems
  • You have a strong attention to detail
  • You have excellent prioritisation and self-organisation skills
  • You’re adaptable and able to facilitate continuous improvement
  • You’re a true team player with excellent communication skills
  • You are self-driven and will embrace getting to grips with complex new datasets
  • You can take the initiative in a flat structure company

 

How we work

We have a flat structure, which means that teams and individuals make their own decisions, manage their own workloads and set their own goals. Our values – transparency, collaboration, contribution and forward thinking – are the cornerstones of our work.

Our teams, including the Data Services Team in which this role will be based, embrace agile values and principles, using the scrum framework to deliver value and drive continuous improvement.

 

Benefits

We love that the work we do makes a difference, changing what’s possible for clinicians and patients. We have been growing steadily year on year, and offer a phenomenal working environment, exciting opportunities to learn new skills and an excellent package of benefits, including:

  • Personal training budget for self development plus a central pot upon request
  • Free onsite gym
  • Enhanced pension contributions – complying with auto enrolment
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, with the option to purchase another 5 days after 2 years
  • Private health insurance
  • Mental health support line and gp access number
  • Discount vouchers for goods and services via Wider Wallet
  • Regular social events and lots of random food
  • Cycle to work scheme including electric bikes
  • Electric car charging ports in the car park

 

Location and hours

Full and part time hours will be considered. This role will be based in our offices in Oldfield Park, Bath. We are excited to be back in our offices and exploring how and where we do our best work – being led by that work and maintaining relationships and communication. We are currently trialling this approach to our work at home policy.

You must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

 

To apply

Please upload your CV and covering letter. Tell us what you’re passionate about and what you would bring to the ETL Developer role, and to Mayden. We are anticipating a lot of interest in this exciting role and we will be reviewing applications as soon as they come in, so please apply as soon as possible.

 

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If this role isn’t for you, but you like the sound of working at Mayden, please keep checking our website for more great opportunities coming soon.

Salary: £35,000 to £45,000

Location: Bath, Oldfield Park

About us

Mayden is a growing software company, awarded Development Team of the Year at the 2018 UK IT Industry awards. We’re looking for experienced developers to join the team.

At Mayden we produce healthcare apps, mainly for supporting the recovery of people with mental health issues. We love that the work we do makes a difference, changing what’s possible for clinicians and patients.

We offer a phenomenal working environment, exciting opportunities to learn new skills and an excellent package of benefits including private health insurance and pension.

How we work

As a development team we work closely together, pair programming, white-boarding and architecting as a team and peer reviewing every line of code. We have fun while we work and are passionate about technology. We work in an agile way, using the Scrum framework to regularly deliver value to our customers.

We have a flat structure at Mayden. Our team members work together to share the responsibilities that managers would traditionally have. Nobody tells you how to do your job, we’re all here to support each other, not get in each other’s way.

The development team works with the product owner team to prepare work for sprints, we work with our account managers to give our customers the best possible experience, and we work with our ops team to make sure our apps are stable and running well.

Skills and experience

Our current tech stack includes (but isn’t limited to) PHP, Slim Framework, JavaScript, React and MySQL, but we don’t need you to have experience with these specifically, as long as you have commercial experience with other modern programming languages.

We use Git for source control and ideally you will have some experience with Git.

You should be able to demonstrate your experience with MVC frameworks and/or modern JavaScript frameworks.

Successful candidates will:

• be passionate about the work we do as well as the technology we use
• enjoy working closely with both technical and non technical colleagues
• be comfortable with pair programming and with code being peer reviewed
• take a positive and proactive approach to problem solving both with their team and the wider company
• be keen to learn as well as to contribute to the development of others
• be comfortable working through problems with a team

Benefits

We offer a great working environment with an excellent package of benefits including:
• monthly developer lunches (we’ll bring the pizza)
• quarterly hack days
• personal training budget for professional development
• free onsite gym
• company pension
• 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, with the option to purchase another 5 days after 2 years of employment
• private health insurance
• life assurance
• free onsite parking

This role is based in our offices in Oldfield Park, Bath. We are excited to be back in our offices and exploring how and where we do our best work – being led by that work and maintaining relationships and communication. We are currently trialling this approach to our work at home policy.

To apply for the Software Developer role

Please upload your CV and covering letter. Tell us what you’re passionate about and what you would bring to the Software Developer team, and to Mayden.
If this role isn’t for you, but you like the sound of working at Mayden, please keep checking our website for more great opportunities coming soon.

You must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

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