Working at Health iQ
If you are looking for a place to demonstrate your expertise and skill, then you will find all the opportunity you need here at Health iQ. As a fast growing company, we attract people who know they can make a difference, are confident with responsibility and motivated by a dynamic work environment.
We provide a stimulating and entrepreneurial environment that supports ideas, respects opinions and offers excellent prospects for career progression.
Search our current vacancies below, or if you don’t see the right role for you at the moment, email your CV to HR@healthiq.co.uk for future consideration.
Prepared to go above and beyond what could be expected to fulfill their responsibilities
Obsessed with data and the truth it possesses and are accepting that data and facts are the only currency of debate (opinions have their place, but decisions are made on facts)
Relentless in pursuing the truth to solve complex problems (solutions come from the talent we hire)
Intelligent, articulate & professional, but never arrogant (we seek a unique blend of humility and professional will)
Resilient in the face of adversity (unwavering resolve to do what must be done even if it is difficult)
Willing to hold themselves to account, before others and able to positively learn from their mistakes
Able to flourish when given responsibility and managed with autonomy
Motivated by achieving goals and targets
We are always interested in hearing directly from healthcare informatics specialists. Should you wish to send us your details for consideration against any current openings, please email your CV and a covering letter stating your salary expectations to HR@healthiq.co.uk.
We are successful because we are a diverse and talented team, who work together effectively. We show each other respect and behave with integrity always, to ensure our own and the dignity and feelings of our co-workers is not compromised.
Society and workplaces are populated by a diverse mix of people from many different age groups, health status’, races, religions, beliefs, genders, sexual orientations, family and parenthood status’ and physical forms.
Many groups rightly have protection in law from unfair or inappropriate behaviour being targeted towards them. Unfair or inappropriate behaviour could mean discrimination, victimisation, harassment, bullying, intimidation, aggression or coercion – intentional or otherwise – on the grounds of a characteristic for which legal protection exists. We set our standard high and do not tolerate inappropriate behaviour based on any personal characteristic whether legal protection exists or not.
For the sake of clarity, we will not tolerate the singling out of any individual for any direct or indirect reason including, but not limited to:
Age, race, ethnicity, health, religion, belief, gender – birth or adopted, sexual orientation, family status, parenthood status, weight, hair/eye colour, dress sense or personal style, skin tone, hours of work, contractual status.
Our employees and workers are engaged because they are responsible adults who are able to understand and internalise our values. We have a zero-tolerance policy on behaviour which does not accord with our values and consequently breaches the respect, dignity or fairness in relation to others.
Our minimum standard is that all workers (employees, agency staff and contractors) conduct themselves and their duties in a manner which positively embraces the differences which exist within both society and the workplace and recognise the core value that a diverse, happy, engaged and discrimination and harassment-free workforce will deliver to our business success.