Trainer, NHS Trust, St Bartholomew's Hospital (Former Employee) – NHS Trust, St Bartholomew’s Hospital – 3 August 2015
A tipical day at work involves meeting up with the consultants and nurses during the handover meetings, observe ward rounds, check on the workstations especially the "work stations on wheels" (wows), to ensure that they are working. Unlock crs cards for team members and log reports.
Free lunch :)
Flexible workhours, was able to find a quite place to study during breaktime
Clinical Strategist (Current Employee) – London, ENG – 14 October 2014
Typical day involves liaising with Clients with various discussions around their current and future state workflows. Ensuring their deployment model with Cerner is aligned. Discuss Benefits and adoption. How to organise Comms in the trust to ensure all trust members are aware of the change that is going to impact on their workflows. Hoping to bring out the positives throughout this process as transformation, adoption and change are usually not accepted easily. In house help procurement process with expert inputs, I help with Laboratories, infection control and developments. Liase with other coworkers and have knowledge transfers with each other and help with any other trusts queries and issues. Use tried and tested Cerner methodology to be able to drive progress in a timely manner with built in process for passing successful gateways.
I.T Support Analyst (Current Employee) – London, ENG – 4 December 2013
Most enjoyable part of the job was being able to travel around the world and assist with project conversions and floor walk during conversions assisting hospital staff with the change management process.
Management was fine though there was a bit of micro-managing which i did not find helped at all improve work productivity, it added a little more stress and was creating a not nice atmosphere within the team.
I have learnt a lot of people skills whilst being with this company. I have learnt how to work on many projects and still ensure each one meets the deadlines and is delivered with the highest professional quality.
My typical day at work varies day-by-day ; travelling to client sites and working with the clients on Service Requests that have been raised to ensure the information that has been logged is accurate and to try and find a potential resolution. Attending Firsthand Foundation meetings to discuss what events the charity will hold for the year and to review cases we will fund.
Good pension scheme
Not so much flexibility to fit working mums and long hours
Engagement Controller (Current Employee) – London – 24 September 2012
Hard working and Productive Enviroment. Cerner its an amazing place for someone right out of school to start the career. The culture is very high pace, things change constantly. There are a lot of young, ambitious and smart people to learn from. They do provide significant training. The compensation is ok.