Community Information System Developer

Location Belfast, County Antrim
Job type Permanent
Salary Up to £13.12 per hour
Published about 2 months ago
Start date ASAP
Contact Orlaith Fogarty
Job ref CISDK_1651657867

Job description

Band 5 Community Information System (CIS) ICT Analyst/Developer

Temporary Community Information System (CIS) ICT Analyst/Developer required for a large public sector organisation based through the Belfast Trust.

Rate of Pay: 13.12

Location: Kockbraken Healthcare Park

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Duration: Temporary ongoing


The Community Information System (CIS) within the Belfast Trust is Civica's Paris, a person centred community information system implemented within the Belfast Trust in both Adult and Children's Community Services for around 4,500 users. The post holder will be responsible, through the CIS Senior Manager for the further roll out of the CIS system including managing the development, testing and migration of data for further modules of functionality.


  • The post holder must work as the CIS developer/analyst for the service to ensure that the business benefit of the CIS system is optimised through analysis, design and reporting functionality
  • Is responsible for specifying and designing user defined forms to suit the service needs. This may involve redesigning existing forms to allow for changes resulting from the RPA. This will involve using Delphi code.
  • Is responsible for developing reports on CIS as required by the service using crystal report writing tool so will require knowledge of Oracle, SQL, PL/SQL and Business Objects.
  • Must maintain effective communication with the implementation project team to ensure that all procedures and guidelines are adhered to and that processes have been fully understood and translated into the CIS environment via user-defined forms and reporting functionality.
  • Must interpret and translate user requirements/business needs into the CIS requirements for the CIS system.
  • Must provide analysis of the service processes and determine how these can be streamlined and outline ways in which the service can benefit from re-engineering their service and moving to a centralised computer system.
  • Facilitate or lead workshops with various levels of staff in relation to the implementation of CIS.
  • Must act as an interpreter to service staff where there may be difficulty understanding the concept and the processes involved with using a centralised computer system.


Records Management

Used as part of their business within the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust, including patient/client, corporate and administrative records whether paper based or electronic and also including e-mails. All such records are public records and are accessible to the general public, with limited exceptions, under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, the Environment Regulations 2004 and Data Protection Act 1998. Employees are required to be conversant with the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust policy and procedure on records management and to seek advice if in doubt.

Risk Management

To ensure that all identified risks are reported to Service Desk and Data Quality Team Leader and that relevant health and safety procedures are followed at all times

To assist the Service Desk and Data Quality Team Leader in achieving the required level of Controls Assurance compliance and that all Controls Assurance documentation is competed in a timely manner.

Personal Development

To ensure a personal commitment to maintaining a high quality of service to users through continual development of practice.

To formulate, in conjunction with the Service Desk and Data Quality Team Leader a personal development plan to identify and address personal development needs.

Essential criteria

  1. A Third level qualification or equivalent in an I.C.T discipline


  1. years experience in an ICT environment where systems/business analysis and development were the key functions. (Applicants must demonstrate through their application, extensive practical experience of identifying user requirements, working with user groups, providing and designing possible solutions within a developing environment within the past 2 years)
  2. Knowledge of SQL
  3. Knowledge of Reporting Tools
  4. Evidence of analytical skills
  5. Flexibility in working times
  6. Have excellent communication skills both oral and written.


If you are interested and available for this position, please upload your CV to the link or contact Orlaith Fogarty.

To be shortlisted for this role all applicants MUST meet the essential criteria. Please note that these roles may be filled quickly but your CV will be kept on file for future similar roles. As there are so many applications, unsuccessful candidates may not be contacted.

Successful candidates may need to apply for an Access NI Certificate with Staffline regardless if you already have a valid certificate. It will be a cost of between £18 - £33 depending on clearance level.

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