Newton Abbot, United Kingdom
Westward Housing Group is a major housing association in the south west. As a developing landlord, we build new homes across the region, working in partnership with local authorities to rent homes to those in need.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Business Systems Analyst to work within our busy Business Transformation team, based at our head office in Newton Abbot.
The Business Transformation team is responsible for the development of our business systems to enhance the introduction of digital services and business transformation. You will support the Business Systems Manager to deliver the service, providing management cover in their absence. The role involves working closely with IT users and includes project management, system development and maintenance and report writing.
If you want to develop your leadership skills and have experience of supporting key business applications, preferably within the social housing sector, with an understanding of the impact that effective IT applications can have on customer service and business delivery, then this may be the job for you.
Further details and an application form are available to download from our website
www.westwardhousing.org.uk or e-mail email@example.com .
Closing date: 24th October 2017
Interview date: 22nd November 2017
We actively encourage applications from all sections of the community. All applications are considered on the basis of their merits and suitability for the job.
Birmingham, United Kingdom
E (Gas and Electricity) Ltd are a rapidly expanding energy company with over 200,000 customers. We are looking for a Senior iOS Developer to join our new in-house IT department. Due to our rapid growth we will be expanding the department over the next 12 months so we offer a fantastic opportunity for career progression.
We are looking for an iOS/Objective-C developer preferably with some .NET development skills.
3 years of strong, commercial Objective-C development experience / object-orientated development
Excellent knowledge of provisioning, signing and distribution of iOS applications of all types (dev, ad-hoc, enterprise, app store)
Understanding of development methodologies (e.g. TDD, Agile)
A 'results driven’ approach
The ability to work on your own and solve problems
IBM MaaS360 Mobile Device Management
MS .NET development (Visual Studio)
SQL Server 2012
The main application is mission-critical so experience of developing/supporting similar iOS apps is highly beneficial.
The applicant will have at least 5 years of commercial development experience and be either a senior/lead iOS engineer or hold equivalent responsibilities.
The applicant will hold a degree or equivalent qualification.
Bristol, United Kingdom
Are you an experienced Linux Systems Administrator ready for your next challenge?
You will ensure server security (account management, patching, access control etc.); manage monitoring and alerting (resource usage, capacity, etc.); contribute to our disaster planning strategy, specifically in the areas of HA (high availability); contribute to the optimisation of our application by intelligent use of the Linux OS and associated tools; support our developers in debugging and improving code and systems; and help with the intelligent automation of as many system tasks as possible.
You will also be responsible for some Windows Systems Administration tasks.
Our application delivers around 200 million ads and processes, and approximately £6m worth of transactions every month, across 8 countries, all timezones and many languages. We have an exemplary record for both availability and stability. As we expand, we are looking to further strengthen this area.
Our systems are distributed across several data centres and companies. We have around 12 physical production servers along with a small number of VMs. We run machines on redhat enterprise server and Debian. We also run separate test and development environments.
Webgains is a leader in performance marketing, working for almost 15 years on behalf of clients such as Nike, Samsung, Mothercare and over 1500 others. We are at the first steps of a transformational project to further future proof our proposition and platform. We have a plan to double the size and reach of our business within the next few years and for this we seek the very best people out there to help us on this journey.
We’re ambitious but the environment is relaxed and sociable. The only thing we demand is that you never stop learning. We’ll give you the independence and support to produce your best work.
You enjoy working with people and are a good communicator. You enjoy working as part of a team but are able to organise and prioritise your own work with minimum supervision, taking responsibility and pride in successfully performing your duties.
You will have the following technical skills…
Software installation and management
Networking, including TCP/IP and routing
Apache web server admin
Percona set up and installation
Windows Server 2008
Domain controllers/active directory
Experience of using AWS and Amazon Cloud
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The University of London
London, United Kingdom
The University of London Computer Centre are now seeking a Senior Systems Administrator for the support and development of infrastructure and application systems providing services to University of London Computer Centre customers.
The University of London
The University of London is one of the oldest and largest universities in the UK – and the most diverse. Established by Royal Charter in 1836, the University is recognised globally as a world leader in Higher Education. We are a federal institution consisting of 18 self-governing Colleges of outstanding reputation and a number of acclaimed central academic bodies. The University of London offers almost every subject covered in any University curriculum, delivering huge flexibility and choice to its students.
University of London Computer Centre
University of London Computer Centre (ULCC) develops and implements the IT strategy for the central University. This involves providing office applications on 1,400 PCs, operating more than 40+ servers and maintaining a high performance local network for specialist institutions across several locations. ULCC also supports over 54,000 distance learning students in association with the University of London International Programmes
As the Senior Systems Administrator, you will assist and make recommendations in the planning and development of the University of London Computer Centre technical infrastructure & managed hosting service. You will have involvement with the day to day operational running of ULCC services to ensure they achieve published performance levels and will be involved with the design and specification of new projects. You will have responsibility for specific projects for University of London Computer Centre and its customers run in accordance with the established ULCC project management methodology.
To be considered for this role you must have previous experience supporting customer systems in a service delivery environment and experience in a similar customer/student facing role. You will have good practical and theoretical understanding of the range of technical architectures in existence, especially Linux (predominantly RedHat), Windows Server (2008, 2012) & Unix (predominantly Sun Solaris), and a good working knowledge and theoretical understanding of computer networking including IP networking, routing protocols and network security. You will have a practical and theoretical understanding of mainstream applications including Apache, Tomcat, Java, Oracle, MySQL, LDAP, Shibboleth. You will be a pro-active and a problem solver with excellent attention to detail and excellent customer focus skills.
For a full person specification and job description, please download the below documents.
To apply for this role please submit your CV and Covering letter by clicking below. The close date for this role is midnight on Wednesday, 25 January 2017.
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