Mission: Our philosophy is to join up healthcare based on a shared electronic patient record, improving access to clinical data and empowering patients to take part in their care. We are known for our outstanding achievements across the NHS, providing electronic patient records on a ...
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TPP is a UK based IT company, dedicated to delivering world class healthcare software through our innovative products; SystmOne, SystmConnect, SystmInsight and SystmOnline.
Our philosophy is to join up healthcare based on a shared electronic medical record, improving access to clinical data and empowering patients to take part in their care.
— Over 44 million patient records.
— Over 6,000 NHS organisations – Including more than 2,600 GP practices and all 142 prisons.
— 100% system availability – verified by the NHS Digital
In 2014 and 2015, TPP placed first in the Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to Work For. Most recently, we were named ‘Top Company For Graduates To Work For 2016/17′ by TheJobCrowd.
We have been endorsed by Virgin as a fair and progressive company alongside Google and John Lewis.
Do you want a £40,000 starting salary AND the opportunity to make a difference? At TPP, we’re working on pioneering technology which will revolutionise global healthcare and we want people like you to help make this a reality. We’re looking for bright graduates & postgraduates from all disciplines for our Software Developer and Graduate Analyst roles – no experience is required.
We know that your time is precious – and that’s why we’ve made it easy for you to apply. There’s no need to include a cover letter in your application – just send over your CV.
If you’re a graduate or postgraduate (or will be soon), with at least A*AA at A-level, click below to find out more and to apply!
Our roles are challenging and rewarding with salary and benefits to match. Opportunities to learn at TPP are continuous: you will be given projects to manage, problems to solve and lots of responsibility.
At TPP, we’re proud to have a culture where different perspectives are valued and where a flat hierarchy ensures that everyone feels included in decision-making. We believe our diversity is a strength that has brought about greater creativity and innovation in our company over the years.
We remain committed to this belief and know that as we grow there is even more we can do to attract the best talent.
You can find out more about some of our diversity and outreach efforts on the news section of our website: www.tpp-uk.com/news
You can also learn more about our company culture from Frank Hester, TPP Founder & CEO, in his blog published by Virgin: ‘How to grow a business culture that dares to be different’.
For all careers enquiries, or to submit your application via email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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I applied online. I interviewed at TPP (Leeds, England) in June 2018.
The interview process was nice and straight forward. None of this excessively time consuming online assessments and video interviews. I sent in an application, heard back in a reasonable time and had a interview arranged. Tpp covered the cost of getting there and the people interviewing me were exactly the type of people you would want to work with - personable, friendly and passionate about their employer. Sadly I didn’t get an offer, but incredibly annoyingly they flat out refused to provide any feedback as to why. It’s understandable not giving feedback to everyone who applies, but to the few that make it to the ‘final interview’ (their words not mine) giving a pointer or two seems like the decent thing to do. Apart from that I can’t complain.