Graphnet Health has announced a nationwide graduate programme to provide learning and career development opportunities to future health technology leaders.

Developed in conjunction with graduate recruitment specialists, Sanctuary, the Graphnet Graduate Programme will provide on-the-job training over a two-year period. Experts from the company will train and support those going through the programme, which starts with an enhanced onboarding process to introduce participants to the company and the industry.

Participants can chose a department to work in, with rotations across different teams to develop a range of skills, experience and to establish their career path within the shared care records and population health solutions company. If graduates are unsure of where they’d like to commence their career they can work with Graphnet to find the right placement for them. Opportunities exist within software engineering, product development, IT support, population health analytics and corporate functions.

Graphnet chief executive, Brian Waters said: “The aim for the Graphnet Graduate Programme is for it to be a fantastic, structured launchpad for talented individuals from different backgrounds. We’re very much looking forward to welcoming this year’s cohort of graduates to the company and working with them as they begin their Graphnet journey.”

Waters continued: “Nurturing up and coming talent has always been very important to us, and we have been hugely impressed by some of the graduates that have come through over the past few years. Many have gone on to forge really successful careers with the company. They have made great contributions to the important work that we do across care communities, using health and social care data to improve the lives of millions of people.”

The first cohort of 12 graduates will start on the programme in September 2022 and applications are now open for graduates. To apply, visit Graphnet’s dedicated website or email with any enquiries.

Graphnet earlier this year showed its support for implementing standards across healthcare, when it joined the Professional Record Standards Body (PRSB)’s Standards Partnership Scheme.