About this role

We are currently working on modernising our core GP clinical software which is already in production in the NHS. This is a product management role, reporting directly to the Head of Product, working closely with a team of engineers, members of senior management, and end users to bring the back end of the tech stack up to standard, and lay the foundations for us to build a best-in-class solution over the next 12-18 months.

What we're looking for

We’re not looking for a fixed number of years experience, or educational background. We are team players, we are teachers and we are kind. We make sure every voice is heard and aren’t swayed by the loudest voice in the room. We are friendly and open minded, and we’re looking for people who will thrive in our community. We’ll be taking into account the following:

  • Experience with software development processes

  • Working with JIRA and Confluence, or similar tools

  • Operating in a cross functional team

  • Excellent stakeholder management communication skills

  • Knowledge sharing ability (mentoring, talks, etc)

  • A keen interest in health technology, medicine, and the wider healthcare sector

Microtest is an equal opportunity employer - we actively encourage applications from underrepresented groups in tech. We don’t want to work in a company full of people who look like us, sound like us and think like us. We are looking for a diverse mix of people to enhance our community.

What you'll do

You’ll be building the future of healthcare. The product we’re developing sits at the heart of the NHS infrastructure and UK healthcare data. We envisage a solution that can support the NHS and PHE in making data-driven decisions, assist healthcare workers in providing safe and informed person-centered care, and empower patients to better engage with their own care. You will be responsible for:

  • Being the product expert on your owned workstream (planning, documenting, functionality)

  • Gathering and prioritising end user and external stakeholder insight to inform new areas for product development

  • Managing requirements from various internal and external stakeholders

  • Working with designers and developers to define user stories, manage the product backlog, and deliver to specification

  • Owning your teams roadmap and inputting into the global product roadmap

  • Creating product documentation for end users, technical partners, and sales

You will have

  • 25 days annual leave

  • Mental health days and a generally understanding employer

  • Dedicated budget for personal development and wellness

  • Initially fully-remote due to covid 19. Long term, part-remote and flexible working are possible

  • A highly-specced work machine

About Microtest and PUBLIC

Microtest was recently acquired by venture firm, PUBLIC, to support a key pillar in their healthcare strategy: to deliver world-class, intuitive software to medical practitioners and their support teams so that they in turn can provide better service and treatments for their patients.

PUBLIC has long been a pioneer in the GovTech space, running an accelerator programme in 4 countries, convening an annual summit, and writing cutting-edge research. Led by ex-deputy head of the No.10 policy unit, Daniel Korski, and venture investor, Alexander de Carvalho, PUBLIC’s team has operational experience in government, startups, technology and finance.

When PUBLIC sees a problem in the public sector which is not being solved by existing offerings, the PUBLIC venture build team steps in to build out solutions. Previous projects have tackled problems in social finance, next-generation border control, and offender management

Salary range £35,000 — 60,000