System Developer

  • CVL
  • Lincoln LN6 3TA, UK
  • Sep 09, 2016
SQL

Job Description

Are you an ambitious IT Software Specialist? Are you looking for more responsibility to take the lead of a number of in-house IT projects? An outstanding business based in the South of Lincoln are looking to recruit 2 Software Systems Specialists to join them on a full time permanent basis. Working 09:00 – 17:00 Monday to Friday in a modern office environment with on site parking, you will be joining a well-established team. Essential: Demonstrable IT software background with extensive experience working with PHP, MySQL, HTML, CSS; General knowledge of web development best practices and current standards. Desirable: IT support background, including first and second line support; Experienced background in server administration/Devops; Knowledge of Network principles (e.g. firewalls, switches, structured cabling and TCP/IP) MCSE, CCNA knowledge; Ability to manage and maintain hardware and software assets; Understanding of security principles within an office IT environment (preferably PCI-DSS experience); Version control, preferably GIT and SVN Experienced with VoIP system administration; Ability to support a wide range of desktop applications including Microsoft products. Duties and Responsibilities: Produce in-house Applications and Database to support the needs of the company; De-bugging and resolving coding issues; Implementing new solutions into existing code; Prepare project proposals for development works including timeframes, contingencies etc. Troubleshooting and problem solving; Eliminating ‘down-time’ for all mission critical and back office systems; Strategic IT based initiatives to improve efficiency and productivity within an office environment; Apply role to various locations off site as and when required; Ad hoc IT and maintenance related tasks. Provide cover for: Day to day support of the office IT and telecoms systems; Support of servers and infrastructure to ensure they work effectively across the business; All levels of IT helpdesk support, which range from user admin tasks such as setting up new users, password resets, through to setting up and installing IT equipment in the office; Patching updates, including responsibility of out-of-hours updates; Maintaining antivirus security; Monitoring network capacity; Monitoring backup schedules with responsibility for offsite procedures