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As the NHS emerges from the most challenging period in its history, attention is now focused on delivering a sustainable recovery that combines the immediate priority of reducing backlogs with the longer term need for greater collaboration and integration between different parts of the health and care system.

Achieving these priorities requires passionate, talented people who can bring new ideas and new ways of working, whether that’s redesigning pathways for patients with diabetes, building new IT systems to capture hospital data, or running engagement campaigns to understand what services communities need.

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What we do

At Arden & GEM, we work in partnership with other health and care organisations throughout England to design, develop and deliver better care for patients that improves health outcomes while making efficient use of resources.

Some of our largest departments include our IT, business intelligence and business support directorates but we also employ people with a range of clinical backgrounds such as pharmacists and nurse assessors. We work at different levels and in different locations, from processing national data on behalf of NHS England to reviewing medication for elderly patients on behalf of local GPs.

Regardless of function, specialism or location, we are all united in our commitment to improving health and wellbeing for everyone.


Why join us

Arden & GEM is an established healthcare organisation with 

  • A mission to deliver innovative and transformational solutions that make a difference to the nation’s health and wellbeing
  • A supportive culture that values diversity and promotes wellbeing
  • Structured career development opportunities that come from working as part of the UK’s largest employer
  • A competitive benefits package and flexible working
  • Multidisciplinary teams working with and learning from cutting-edge technology and industry-leading partners.

Who we recruit

Our teams are adept at building collaborative relationships, working with energy and pace, and innovating to deliver new solutions.

We recruit people with these skills and qualities, wherever they are in their career, from new starters to experienced professionals. Our breadth of service delivery means that we regularly recruit to a wide range of roles including IT, business intelligence, project management, procurement and pharmacy.

If this sounds like you, then read on to find out more about how to find vacancies and apply.

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How we recruit

Permanent and fixed term roles

You can find all of our permanent and fixed term roles advertised on NHS jobs.

Contracting Opportunities

We have temporary and contracting opportunities available, both internally and embedded within our customers.

Apprenticeship Scheme

We also run an Apprenticeship scheme, for people at all stages of their career.

Find out more about Life at Arden & GEM and see what a great place this is to work.



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