AutoRek is a leading provider of financial controls, regulatory reporting and data management software. Established in 1994, we are a fast paced and innovative FinTech with a customer base made up of some of the world’s leading financial services companies and we continue to go from strength to strength.
We have some ambitious targets for the coming years including significant growth to our customer base and increasing our presence globally. To achieve our objectives and to take our award-winning product to the next level, we know we need to build on our already fantastic and dedicated teams across the business. We are now looking to expand our highly skilled and dedicated product development team and are looking for a number of driven and ambitious candidates to join our talented team.
Overview of the role:
AutoRek needs to do more than simply keep pace; we want to lead the way. Our Edinburgh based Product Development team’s primary focus is to do just that. They work to improve, innovate and develop AutoRek - our core financial management solution.
Working as part of a close-knit team, our Developers deliver software solutions either through creation of programs, configuration/customisation of platforms, or a combination of both. This along with the capture & analysis of requirements is all part of the role. Our Developers focus on technical solutions to the challenges facing our customers now and in the future.
Overview of responsibilities:
Requirements capture/analysis and documentation
Design (and documenting) of own solutions or sub-sets of solutions
Writing software and/or configuring software platforms
Troubleshooting and debugging code
Testing and analysis of test results
Documentation – both technical and non-technical.
Technical Skills Required:
Understands and can use all components of Microsoft / Web development environment including:
C# + .NET Framework / .NET Core
ASP.NET Razor, MVC, web forms
SQL (SQL Server especially)
HTML5, CSS (LESS), Bootstrap
Experience in troubleshooting IT infrastructure related issues advantageous.
At least 5 years in a Microsoft-based development environment.
Relevant Microsoft certifications.
Degree level education preferred
Team player with a methodical and reliable approach to problem solving
Experience in a Financial Services environment (preferable).
Excellent communication skills – both verbal and written
We offer a competitive salary, private healthcare, income protection and life cover. In addition, we know that there is more to life and offer a supportive and flexible environment where team and community is key. We want to support everyone in achieving their career aspirations and goals and understand our success is only determined by the success of our team. Everyone across the business has the opportunity to drive innovation and we encourage the whole team to take an active part in progressing the business.
All this and not to mention a health and wellbeing programme, access to Pluralsight and other training resources, annual away day, and many other social activities throughout the year.
If this sounds like a team you want to be part of, then apply today.
Please note only applicants progressing to the next stage will be contacted and invited to complete a coding test via HackerRank.
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The PiXL Club Ltd
London or fleixble
PiXL (Partners in Excellence) is a network of over 3000 schools across primary, secondary, sixth forms and alternative provisions in England, Northern Ireland and Wales. We work with schools to help give students of all ages a better future and brighter hope. We do this through working together to share best practice, raise educational standards and develop character in young people. Our aim is to help every leader and teacher we work with to feel valued, loved, encouraged and equipped so that together we can make a difference. We regularly meet together to launch strategies, resources and ideas and to focus on the leadership that makes change possible. We provide you with an associate who is there to help and support you and your school.
Our operational team is a vital part of our service providing efficient, around the clock, personal interaction with our schools. They are knowledgeable, committed, focused and engaged who feel part of the PiXL family and contribute significantly to its success.
Summary of the role
We are looking to appoint an PHP Full Stack Developer to join our small and very successful IT development team which is part of a larger Operations Team.
The role will include the following duties:
Working as a full stack developer on making modifications to existing systems and working on new development projects.
Assisting with system administration & architecture
Providing 2nd/3rd level support indirectly to our customers.
Providing IT support directly to internal teams
Occasional support at events which includes technical and customer facing roles at physical and digital events.
All production environments are Linux based and you will require at least a basic understanding of Linux with an interest in developing this knowledge further. You may choose your desktop OS from Linux, MacOS or Windows.
We predominantly use PHP for backend development with some NodeJS and Python, and HTML/SASS/JS for the frontend mainly using MithrilJS framework (if you are used to React this isn’t to dissimilar) with some legacy use of JQuery and KnockOutJS. All code is under version control using Git.
The core values of PiXL are driven by:
Pursuit of excellence
Qualifications / Experience:
Minimum 2 years’ relevant work experience.
This is a unique position and opportunity. The successful candidate will be someone who can understand our principles, work ethic and attitude as well as fits in with the team. The environment you will be working in is very fast paced and action orientated.
Due to the wide range of frameworks and technologies used in any development environment an ability and desire to learn is just as important to us as any existing knowledge you may have of the technologies we currently use.
Location: The office is based in Waterloo Station. Due to the Covid19 situation we are currently working from home. We will be reviewing future working arrangements and are open to discussions around the best working arrangement for you and the organisation.
Working hours: Flexibility over working hours is required, the core office hours are 8am – 4.30pm however the role does require you to be happy to check and reply to emails out of these hours.
Salary : Range from £40,000- £50,000 depending on experience (Grade D level)
Closing date: 8th July. Interviews are planned for week commencing 13th July.
The International Institute for Strategic Studies
Temple Place, London WC2R 2PG, UK
Senior Developer and CRM Support
The International Institute for Strategic Studies is one of the world’s leading think tanks and the foremost authority on strategic and military capability globally. We are looking to recruit a developer into a new role in our IT Department. Reporting to the Technical Project Manager and working closely with the Head of IT this new role will work with an existing member of the team supporting and enhancing our CRM (Dynamics 365) in addition to small development projects working with senior staff, digital and graphics teams to deliver a range of time critical tactical projects to enhance the work of our research community.
In the coming months the IISS will be moving a number of business processes onto the CRM platform and starting to plan the migration to Dynamics 365 Online. In addition, you will be expected to work on smaller projects including the creation of web based data driven dynamic visualisations to support IISS digital publications or events, data capture from 3rd party websites using existing APIs or screen scraping techniques and the manipulation of data and statistical analysis. Advanced or Intermediate knowledge of the following products is mandatory:
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 365 (Administration, Configuration and Customization)
At least one scripting language such Python / Powershell
Preference will be given to candidates who are able to demonstrate knowledge of a broad range of tools and techniques and the ability to quickly identify the most appropriate approach to quickly deliver solutions for business problems. Specific technologies that would be advantageous include:
Microsoft Office 365 – Power BI, Flow, Powerapps
We are looking for someone with a positive, can-do approach, a problem solver with excellent communication, prioritisation and time management skills. Additionally, we would like this person to be experienced and a self-starter. International travel may occasionally be required as part of the role.
Salary will commensurate with skills and experience, plus full benefits package. Technical training on specific skills may be available for exceptional candidates.
Please apply by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31st August 2018, attaching your CV and covering letter outlining your experience and suitability.
Selected candidates will be invited for an interview which will include technical tests. We apologise that due to expected volume of applications only shortlisted candidates will receive a reply.
Only candidates who already possess the right to work in the United Kingdom should apply.
Birmingham City University
Birmingham City University, Birmingham, UK
Faculty/Department - Information Technology
School/Department - Support Team
Post Title: Support Technician
Full Time, Permanent
Location: Multiple Campuses
Salary: £18,121 to £19,696 per annum + 5% shift allowance
Closing Date: Wednesday 31 October 2018
Interview date: Monday 05 November 2018
Ref No: 092018-399
Birmingham City University is a large, diverse and increasingly popular place to study. We are defined by our core values of “Excellence, People Focus, Partnership Working and Fairness & Integrity”.
We have a vacancy for a Support Technician to work with a team of analysts to provide first and second line support to the University staff and students for all Audio Visual equipment and IT services. The team operates within the ITIL Service Management framework.
You must have experience in a similar technical support role, including:
Troubleshooting and supporting Windows operating systems, Microsoft Office products, desktop and laptop hardware
Working knowledge of Audio Visual technologies
Knowledge of Apple, Linux and mobile operating systems
You will need to have excellent interpersonal and customer facing skills
You will be required to work on a one week rotating shift pattern + 5% shift allowance.
As part of your application, please ensure you upload your CV. We recommend that, where possible, you remove personal details from your CV such as your name.
For further information please contact input contact details , via email address or phone number .
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/
Please note; on occasions where we receive a large number of applications, we may close the advert ahead of the publicised closing date. If this does happen, we will contact all candidates via email who have started but not yet completed their application, giving 48 hours’ notice. We would therefore advise that you submit your completed application as soon as possible.
Birmingham City University holds an Athena Swan Bronze Award and promotes the advancement of gender equality through Representation, Progression and Success for All. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.