The very first release of the all-new NHS Jobs is now available to our initial private beta partners for testing.

Getting this first version released is an exciting time and another big milestone for the service.

This first release, known as a Minimum Viable Product (MVP), is aimed at groups such as GP practices and charities, who only need a small part of the service, but by getting this out to real users it means we’ll gain feedback that will enable us to build the full digital service going forward.

 

“It’s great to have our first release available and is another small step on the journey to build the full service. Our MVP will grow massively in the coming months as we build, but it’s important to recognise this important step. Well done and a big thanks for all the efforts from the team” – David Roberts, Head of NHS Jobs.

Now the first-release service has gone live to initial users, this has lead to even more milestones being achieved, such as the first vacancies being posted on the new service. We’ll be bringing larger trusts and organisations into future pilot phases as we grow and evolve the service, based on the valuable feedback from the first users.

We’re always looking for more GP practices and charities to get involved with the testing stages. Find out more about getting involved within your organisation and how your feedback can pave the way for future users.

If you’d like to get involved in user research sessions, please get in touch.

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