Product Development Consultant/Clinician

Part-time, permanent, remote

At 33n our mission is simple: to improve care by empowering frontline providers to make the best possible decisions for the good of the patient. We believe that by looking at healthcare delivery as a whole, and utilising the insights available in data, we can empower NHS colleagues to identify systemic challenges and drive innovative solutions.

The successful candidate will work 2/3 days per week collaboratively in a product squad with software developers and a product owner and will have a keen interest in digital healthcare products that enables the analysis and visualisation of healthcare data to improve decision making and the quality of healthcare. Our principal goal is to develop operationally relevant and financially viable new models of care and workforce for our clients by combining local qualitative knowledge with data interrogation to create innovative solutions.

Main responsibilities:

  • Engage with key internal and external stakeholders to identify product development requirements that will enable stakeholders to visualise and analyse big data for better insights, that will ultimately improve the quality of care in a sustainable way
  • Translate requirements into functional requirement specifications that describes what the problem is that we are trying to solve and what the desired outcome of the solution will be. Functional requirements should be of such a nature, that the solution can be developed by the software developers within the product squad.
  • Test that the developed product will serve the intended purpose before releasing it to internal and external stakeholders for their feedback and sign-off
  • Engage with internal and external stakeholders when they complete the final user acceptance testing to ensure they are satisfied that the developed solution enables them to solve the outlined problem.
  • You will be generating new product ideas through engagement with the business development function, the customer support function and the product squad
  • You will assist the Associate Director for Analytics and Product to oversee the management of the product all the way from concept to sign-off.
  • Understand and establish product development objectives, deliverables and dependencies.

What we are looking for:

We are looking for a clinician with valid professional qualifications and registration, who has a keen interest in product development within healthcare who would take ownership and responsibility for end-to-end delivery of new products or product features. They would also identify key trends or gaps in the market for new product development opportunities. Previous experience working with software development teams or within an agile (scrum) environment would be desirable.

Salary: £45,000 – £70,000 (pro-rata) depending on experience

How to apply

For more information about the roles available and for a complete job description please contact our Talent and Acquisition Manager, Sam Cuddy ( 

Expressions of interest should include:

  • An updated CV specifying your current role,
  • A maximum 300-word personal statement with reference to the job description for the role that you are applying for, stating why you are interested in joining 33n, an outline of previous experience with initiating an innovative project including what went well and the challenges you faced,
  • Detail of your availability.

A bit about us

We combine clinical insight, local knowledge and data science to create new models of care and workforce delivering transformation that improves patient care and population health.

We believe that by looking at healthcare delivery as a whole, and utilising the insights available in data, we can empower NHS colleagues to identify systemic challenges and drive innovative solutions.

Our flagship, nationwide Clinically-Led workforcE and Activity Redesign (CLEAR) programme puts clinicians at the heart of healthcare decision making and innovation.  Supported by Health Education England and NHS England and NHS Improvement, CLEAR is designed to teach clinicians how to perform redesign work and develop multidisciplinary capability, to innovate new models of care and workforce.​

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