Careers with Brain in Hand
We don’t mean to brag, but we’re doing our best to change the world here.
We can’t do it on our own, though: as we continue to expand at pace, helping more people to become more confident and independent, we’re looking for bright new stars to light up our business.
If you want to join a motivated and skilled group of professionals within an innovative, inclusive environment built on respect for difference and new ideas, then we want to hear from you. We deliver our professional support system to end users with a range of needs and difficulties, and to organisations (including local authorities, NHS trusts, charities, and universities) who use it to transform the lives of the people they support.
Our reach is always growing, so keep an eye on this page for information about roles which could span the whole of the UK; we’ll list specific vacancies below, but we’ll always be looking for exceptional candidates to fill roles which may be region-specific, home-based with travel, or working out of our head offices in Exeter, in the beautiful county of Devon.
We are currently seeking quality candidates for the following vacancies:
Careers with Brain in Hand
Development TeamShow Available Positions
Mid-Senior Product Designer (Digital)
We are looking for an exceptional candidate to help us create an engaging, impactful, and scalable user experience.
You will be an integral part of our growing team, working with experienced Product Managers, Business Analysts, Product Designers, Engineers and Testers. You’ll be passionate about all things digital design and user experience and excited about applying it to a product that improves the lives of thousands of people.
You will be expected to conduct research and regular user interviews, wireframe solutions, develop prototypes and create development-ready design assets. You will also work closely with developers through delivery and measurement of the impact of changes.
This is a broad role with the expectation of delivering real impact to our users and to the organisation. This is not a role for a “Researcher” OR “UX Designer” OR “UI Designer”, this is a role for someone willing and able to work across the entire spectrum of digital product design disciplines to create impactful and beautiful products.
Please download and read the job specification using the button below, then apply by sending your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org for the attention of Matthew Arnold.Download Spec
Service Delivery TeamShow Available Positions
Engagement Team Co-ordinator
We are looking for a highly organised, motivated team co-ordinator with strong analytical and problem-solving capabilities to support our engagement team and national engagement manager.
We are looking for someone with project administration experience, some customer service understanding and someone familiar with managing inboxes and responding to enquiries from a wide range of stakeholders. The engagement team co-ordinator will also support booking, promotion and delivery of webinars, events and meetings which promote awareness and understanding of Brain in Hand services and our product.
Working in a mutually respectful, supportive way with colleagues and stakeholders is a must for this role. You should have good IT literacy skills. Specifically, confidence in working with Excel, entering data, analysing, and reporting and competence in MS Word and PowerPoint.
You should have general understanding of the importance of handling confidential data correctly and awareness of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements.
Please note that this is an administrative role supporting an engagement team, and not a role requiring physical inspection or quality assurance of equipment, nor any software design. While Brain in Hand is a healthcare technology company, this role does not require technical qualifications.
This is a remote-based position but we are looking for someone within commuting distance of Exeter in the South West, as you will occasionally be required to attend meetings in our Exeter office. There may be occasions when you will be required to travel to other regions or nationally to support the team at events.
Please download and read the full job specification using the button below. To apply, please download and complete an application form and send your completed form to email@example.com. Your email subject line should include the job title.
This vacancy's closing date is 10th June 2022 at 9am. Please note that you should only apply for this role if you have the right to work, and currently reside, in the UK.Download Spec
To apply for any of the above positions, please ensure that you have first read and understood the job specification.
Then simply click the link in the above listing to apply. If you have any difficulties with this, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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