We’re looking for a smart thinker to help us run some tricky data analysis and assist the team with the design of an algorithm for our exciting new project.
Our mission is to make it more fulfilling to be a doctor in the UK. We are building the UK’s comprehensive professional network for doctors, and in the process revolutionising medical training and recruitment within the NHS. The NHS is on it’s knees lurching from one workforce crisis to the next. We believe that the tools and services supporting the training and recruitment of NHS doctors isn’t fit for purpose.
What’s the solution?
We are the online home for all UK doctors – providing doctors with unified training resources and data, peer-peer connectivity and recruitment services across the whole of the NHS. We will provide the NHS with world-class digital infrastructure to directly engage with the medical workforce for temporary and permanent work, skipping the agencies and enabling game-changing financial savings.
Our story so far
We’re already delivering – over the last 18 months we’ve built a medical network of over 15,000 doctors and medical students. That’s 20% of the junior medical workforce. We’ve got 7 NHS Trusts using our recruitment services and are generating revenue.
We strongly believe a solid team is critical for success. So we’ve gone out and built a crack team of 12 clinicians, developers, designers, commercial experts and marketeers. Our founders are close-friends with significant medical and commercial experience. Our tech team are rockstar coders with incredible design flair. Supporting our troops are an advisory board made up of some of the most well-connected entrepreneurs and healthcare experts, who are helping to embed Messly within the healthcare ecosystem. We’ve been backed by all leading healthcare innovation hubs including DigitalHealth.London, NHS Clinical Entrepreneurs Programme and InnovateUK.
We’ve raised over £1.1m to focus on building the best digital tools and services for our doctors and NHS. Quite simply we can more patient and long-term than anyone else in the market to realise our bold vision.
What we’re looking for
We’re looking for an individual with a strong work ethic, a great degree of intuition and the ability to pick things up fast. You will be working closely with a team of developers, product managers, designers and doctors to help develop part of a new product for our healthtech startup. It is an exciting opportunity to be involved in a rewarding experience as you watch your work actualise into an end-product in a short space of time.
The ideal candidate would not be afraid to ask questions, while being diligent in their execution.
This is a short-term contract/internship role, based in our offices in Fulham, London, although we are open to remote work in exceptional circumstances.
The role itself will involve:
Analysing, comparing and matching information from different sources
Thinking about how best to create a set of rules, in a human-like manner, for our new algorithm, which our team can turn into the complex resultant program
Interacting closely with a varied team
We are looking for someone who has:
Proficient excel skills, and ideally some fluency with SQL
Native english speaker
Great problem solving abilities
Knowledge of healthcare is a bonus
We’re a small team looking to achieve superhuman results.
This will be a great opportunity for an individual to gain exposure to an early stage seed-funded startup and be involved in a project from the beginning.
We work in a vibrant startup hub in South West London, with great facilities and atmosphere.
This is a paid role offering the London Living Wage.
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