Birmingham City University
Birmingham, United Kingdom
IT Training Manager £37,966 to £41,267 per annum
Full Time, Permanent position
Ref No: 012018-47-R
We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic professional to lead a team of trainers in the IT department at Birmingham City University. Based in our prestigious, modern city centre campus, you will need proven experience of leading IT training and change management initiatives, good people manager skills and ability to quickly build credibility and influence, particularly at a senior level. This role would suit a collaborative professional who enjoys both strategic and operational delivery.
Training provision in the University is undergoing a radical change with the imminent introduction of an Oracle cloud based Enterprise Resource Planning system which incorporates a new LMS. This provides a unique and exciting opportunity to re-evaluate how IT training is offered to our customers. The IT Training Manager will be working closely alongside HR Staff Development, Education Development Service and IT Help Desk teams so an excellent level of professional communication skills and strong leadership capabilities are essential.
We are looking for:
Experience in leading an IT training team
Strong working knowledge of Microsoft technologies including MS Office 2016 and Office 365 products
Ability to design and implement an IT Training strategy, in particular during the rollout of new IT projects and processes
Proven experience to devise and deliver a training programme that will utilise a range of training methods – classroom, eLearning, written materials, floor-walking and 121s
Strong communication, facilitation and change management skills and tangible evidence of driving positive cultural change within large complex organisations – ideally in the higher education sector
In addition to being educated to bachelor degree level and/or holding a relevant professional qualification, you’ll have well developed performance coaching skills.
In your role you will:
Conduct regular individual and team meetings to ensure the IT Training team are growing, developing and achieving the highest standard
Conduct and review Training Needs Analysis (TNA's) and customer feedback across the University
Manage and maintain the IT training budget, co-ordinate external training for IT staff
Develop close professional relationships with suppliers to gain appropriate course content and advantageous terms.
Design interventions to support large scale change and improvement projects.
For more information about applying and for the job description for the post, please see the current vacancies on the BCU website: http://jobs.bcu.ac.uk/
Bristol, United Kingdom
As an E-Commerce Developer will be responsible for creating new plugins/integrations with various e-commerce solutions/shopping carts and payment processors.
You will manage our API integrations by assisting external developers that integrate to their API. You will be part of the team responsible for maintaining the code for their API which includes bug resolution and enhancements.
Your key responsibilities include:
Designing, developing and testing software in a PHP development environment
Carrying out unit and integration tests / building testing system
Taking part in research for new technologies and solutions
Working closely with the Front-End Team
Integration of various shopping carts with our API
Build efficient, testable, and reusable PHP code
Webgains is a leader in performance marketing, working for almost 15 years on behalf of clients such as Samsung, Nike, Mothercare and over 1500 others. 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.
Additionally, you will have knowledge of Magento, OpenCart, WooCommerce, Zen-Cart, Shopify, PrestaShop, Wix, SquareCart as the role is based heavily on e-commerce integration with our API.
Agile Systems Developer X 2
Salary: Competitive + excellent benefits
Changing the world is no easy task. But in 1999 that’s exactly what Good Energy set out to do. Its purpose is to enable people, in their homes and their businesses, to play an important role in protecting their world from climate change, by providing households and businesses access to locally sourced 100% renewable energy.
Fast forward to today, and we are now a key player in the renewable energy market. But we’re now embarking on an exciting new phase that will transform Good Energy into a digital-led business that’s at the forefront of technology in the energy sector. To make that happen, we’re forming new teams of technology experts to build digital and business applications that will set us apart in the eyes of our customers, and enable us to bring the future of renewable power closer.
Each member of these cross-functional agile teams have the opportunity to influence the direction of the business, and the energy sector as a whole. Fundamentally, we want our IT & Digital teams to be made up of clever and self-motivated individuals to proactively identify and solve problems.
About the function and role
This role sits in our Business Solutions Team, within the wider IT & Digital function. The Business Solutions Team is responsible for developing the systems that underpin the core business functions. These include systems for Customer Relationship Management, ‘Feed In Tariff’ administration and Trading.
Working within agile product teams you will be supporting the relevant product owner to deliver working software, by interpreting and innovating on the user stories presented. Within our flat agile structure you will report directly to the Business Solutions Manager but be able to bring your own ideas to the products you’re involved in, to find the best solutions to challenging problems. This is an exciting opportunity for an individual with strong programming skills to apply themselves to a growing area of the business and learn more about the Energy Industry.
You’ll be a self-starting developer with knowledge and experience applying data-engineering skills in a Microsoft environment particularly MS SQL. With an understanding of the MVC framework, you’ll have experience or knowledge of developing in C# ASP .NET (.NET Core) or closely related technologies.
You’ll be confident of developing on the Microsoft Azure platform with experience of database modelling and administration, T-SQL/SQL development and maintenance.
With a commitment to quality and on-going self-improvement you’ll have a passion for new technologies and driving towards the strategic long term goals. In addition, you’ll be highly skilled, numerate, articulate and be able to communicate effectively to translate user stories into working code.
Behaviours - Works in a way which role models our values:
We are straightforward in how we communicate with each other and get things done.
We are determined and resilient, overcoming challenges to realise our purpose together.
We value people’s differences and recognise the strength they give us when we work together.
In fulfilling our purpose, we aim to balance fairly the needs of our people with those of our customers, our shareholders and our futureholders.
In addition to a competitive salary we also offer a wide range of benefits. Our office in Chippenham is very accessible; we are just a two minute walk from Chippenham train station and within easy reach of surrounding towns and communities.
So if you’d like to be part of this multi award winning, innovative and fast growing ethical energy business, we’d love to hear from you.
Please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter stating your experience and suitability for the role to email@example.com .
By applying for a job at Good Energy, you agree that we’ll process your details for the purpose of applying for this vacancy. We’ll have access to your personal information from your application and other materials you submit in support of your application. We’ll retain your personal information on our own systems to facilitate the administration of the recruitment process and we’ll share your application with the relevant hiring manager. We won’t share your information for marketing purposes or with any third parties without your expressed consent (if we decide to perform a psychometric test we’ll require additional consent for being able to profile your personal information). We’ll retain your information if you’re unsuccessful for 6 months unless requested not to at which point your data will be deleted.
Closing date: Sunday 14th October 2018
Royal Opera House
Covent Garden, London, United Kingdom
Up to £30,000 per annum
The Royal Opera House continues to lead the way in opera, ballet, music and dance live on stage at our heritage theatre site here in Covent Garden, and reaching out to audiences across the UK and worldwide with our cinema screenings and content through other digital platforms. Our Technology Operations team service a broad range of requirements across all departments of the organization and a number of business critical systems, from customer facing and marketing to scheduling and finance.
We are now looking for an Applications Administrator - Office 365 / SharePoint to join our Digital Development and Technology team, to support the maintenance of our SharePoint Online environment and Office 365, and provide second and third line support, in line with ITIL processes. Reporting to the Head of Technology Operations, you will work with the Cloud Infrastructure team to ensure a high availability of services and also undertake analysis and development for new projects.
The ideal candidate will be an experienced team player with these qualities:
Experience in IT operations supporting a Windows enterprise
Knowledge of Office 365 and SharePoint Online, with experience of SharePoint 2013 or 2010
Proven experience working in a small team delivering technical solutions to business requirements
Knowledge of ITIL and experience of working with internal and external suppliers
Ability to manage own time to deliver activity for agreed projects to agreed timescales
Commitment to managing own learning and continuous professional development relevant to the role.
We actively encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds and value the positive impact difference has on our teams.
A full job description and details of how to apply are available on our website www.roh.org.uk or from the Human Resources Department, email: firstname.lastname@example.org and you can also contact us if you have any access needs for making an application.
Closing Date for applications: 8.00am, Monday 6 November 2017
Applicants must have work authorization for the UK.