2 year FTC
35 hours per week
£71,000 per annum
Every hour, two people in the UK are told they have Parkinson's - a brain condition that turns lives upside down, leaving a future full of uncertainty. Parkinson’s UK is an ambitious and dynamic charity, passionate about improving the lives of everyone affected by Parkinson’s.
We continue to work to find a cure, and improve life for everyone affected by Parkinson's - and we believe technology is key to that vision. You could play a major part in helping us achieve this.
About the role
We are recruiting for a brand new position of Deputy Chief Information Officer (Deputy CIO) to join the charity. You'll lead an ambitious next stage of development of our technology infrastructure, which will be central to how we deliver our core organisational strategy. We see technology as a key enabler of business transformation and are looking for someone with the vision and technical savvy who can help us achieve this vision. This will encompass innovative supporter and service user relationship management, the development of a technology-enabled workforce and workplace whilst maintaining the highest standards of data management.
You will lead a team of 15 to deliver our current and future business needs. This includes making sure organisational skills and business policies and processes are in place to manage data compliance and managing information security.
Skills, knowledge and experience
To succeed in this role, you will be an ambitious, forward-looking and an inspirational leader respected for your results, expertise and commitment. With the ability to enthuse and promote, you will have a strong track record of developing high-performing teams, and championing adoption of best in class tools and approaches. Whether from the private, public or charity sector, you will bring first-class transformation and delivery credentials from a data-rich, information-led environment.
If the role sounds of interest to you and you want to be part of a charity that is transforming itself through technology, we would be delighted to hear from you!
Parkinson’s UK is committed to ensuring a positive working culture for all of our employees, as well as a good work-life balance.
To apply, please click on the Apply button.
All candidates are required to submit a supporting statement demonstrating how you meet the criteria of the person specification.
Closing date: Tuesday 25 September 2018
Interview date: w/c 1 October 2018
Please note, only candidates shortlisted for interview will be notified.
Parkinson’s UK is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from disabled persons, including those with Parkinson’s disease.
Parkinson’s UK is the operating name of the Parkinson’s disease Society of the United Kingdom. A charity registered in England and Wales (258197) and in Scotland (SC037554).
Jacob Bailey Group
Ipswich, United Kingdom
Welcome to the Jacob Bailey Group - an independent, international and award winning Creative Business Services Agency with offices in London, Suffolk, Nottingham and New York. We’re all about connecting relevance through Data, Technology and Creativity, improving our clients’ positioning and profits, while also creating Brilliant Experiences.
Reporting to our Technical Lead, this role will see you work on stimulating and varied projects including ecommerce, marketing websites and mobile applications, across a range of clients and sectors. As a talented and enthusiastic Back End Web Developer, you’ll be interested in progressing your development knowledge and the overall skills and knowledge of the team. Essential skills are excellent knowledge of PHP/MySQL and MVC frameworks (Laravel in particular), working with MySQL databases, app development (either native or via ReactJS), using version control (Git), working with task running and package management services (Gulp/Composer) and utilising Vagrant or Docker for local development.
Work with the Technical Studio team to development back end solutions using modern development techniques, frameworks and languages.
Be inspired by, and help inspire the talent around you with fresh thinking and new ideas
Be prepared to engage in the skills with the wider team
Seek regular feedback and communicate regularly with the Technical Studio and digital project manager.
Present release previews to the relevant stakeholders
Use the appropriate technology to the deliver the required functionality
Working to tasks within a task management system for each release
Write code to the standard as set out by the Senior Developers - which adheres to best practices and the coding standards adopted in the wider Technical Studio team
Commit code to version control, using the approach adopted by the Technical Studio
Test your work and the work done by others.
Write concise release notes that can be shared with the Company for new SaaS features.
Work effectively and efficiently at all times to deliver releases on time
Understand what’s required of you, and the time allocated to do it.
Working standard UK office hours – 8:45am to 5:30pm.
We look forward to receiving your application, thank you.
UCA Consulting ltd
About the Client
Our client is looking for an experienced C# Developer. Our clients is a start-up company working with the travel and tourism sector. They use the latest technologies and harness the power of the cloud and serverless computing to bring reliability, efficiency and speed to everything we do.
C# (with .Net core)
AWS Lambda, API Gateway, DynamoDB
SOLID and DRY principles
Redis or other NoSQL
Agency: UCA Consulting
Contact Name: Sendhu Ravi
Contact Email: email@example.com
Telephone: 07899 914 994
Job Type: Permanent
Salary: £25,000 - £40,000
Barbican, London, UK
Mount Anvil has been creating exceptional homes and places that are known for world-class design, lasting quality and genuine customer care in London for over 26 years – more than 5,500 of them built, and more than 3,500 in the pipeline. Our brand is recognised around the world and is synonymous with quality.
Our core values demonstrate a consistent focus on people and culture; These values are reflected in our people and how Mount Anvil treats its employees, we are an award-winning company and proud to be recognised as one of the best places to work in Property 2018, Four consecutive years as the UK's Number One Company for health and safety and 11 years in a row as a Sunday Times Best 100 Small Companies to Work For.
We care deeply about the physical and mental wellbeing of our people as manifested in our excellent benefits package which includes; Private Medical Insurance, Life Assurance, Free Fit Bits, 25 days leave as standard increasing with every year you work here up to 30 days, enhanced Paternity and Maternity Leave, among others.
About The Role
We have an exciting new opportunity for an excellent an IT Support Engineer to join us on a Full Time and Permanent basis providing support to Mount Anvil’s user base with proactive, friendly and responsive support, 1st time fixes and effective triage & escalation of technical requests. This will can be in person, on the telephone or via remote support.
The post holder will be based in Barbican. Working Hours: 37.5 per week, Monday – Friday however the successful candidate will need to work flexible shifts and scheduling including nights, weekends, and holidays and have the flexibility to travel and navigate to locations in Central London.
Salary is up to £25,000 depending on experience.
Duties & Responsibilities
Managing their own time and workload, owning support tickets to resolution ensure they’re managed to an appropriate SLA
Creating knowledge base articles, help guides and support literature for use internally (within IT) and publishing to the business
Continuously developing their skills and knowledge of the IT arena to stay informed of current and future technologies being leveraged in the organisation
Traveling to sites to set up new user hardware, providing desktop support and perform maintenance
Skills & Experience
Previous experience working in a busy Service Desk environment, successfully meeting all SLA’s
Experience of working within an ITIL or SDI environment
The expertise to work in a Wintel environment
Capability of managing email within an Office 365 setting
Comfortable configuring modern mobile handsets for connectivity, email and cloud services
The ability to explain complex IT concepts in simple terms
The successful candidate will be confident, with clear communication and a real focus on providing outstanding customer service. You will have an excellent organisational ability, passion, curiosity and ability to build relationships inside and outside the business.