The Technical Support Engineer is responsible to demonstrate exemplary professionalism and will draw upon his/her problem solving, critical thinking and technical skills to analyse and resolve customer challenges, develop best practice methods, and ensure customer success.
Analyse, diagnose, and resolve software and configuration issues in complex multi-tiered application environments both in the customers environment as well as in the iManage Private Cloud
Develop and maintain a deep technical knowledge of iManage products
Effectively collaborate with customer engineers and system integrators to support complex system deployment projects
Maintain a deep technical knowledge of Microsoft Windows Servers, networking, relational databases, mobile smart devices, Microsoft desktop software, and web technologies
Develop, document, and publish best practice methods, technical white papers, blogs, and solutions
Bachelor’s degree in computer science or information technology related major required.
Advanced Knowledge of mobile connectivity solutions including Apple iOS application
Proven ability of TCP/IP networking concepts and configuration, with the ability to troubleshoot the system, connectivity issues
Working knowledge of SQL database technologies
MCSE, MCP or MCSA certification is highly desirable
London, United Kingdom
As a Senior Front-End Engineer, you will be responsible for the implementation of a scalable, high-performance and flexible front-end web application. This role will require exceptional programming skills as well as outstanding experience and talent in building elegant, intuitive and functional user interfaces. You will work closely with the product owner and other front-end developers to implement a superior, frictionless user experience through a highly iterative, evolutionary approach – we are looking for a restless desire to create a stunning product.
St Francis Xavier Sixth Form College
London, United Kingdom
St Francis Xavier Sixth Form College are currently recruiting for a Senior Systems Engineer to assist in the day to day server management, administration and operations of the College ICT systems and may involve line management of first line IT Support and other technicians. Experience of working in an educational environment would be an advantage.
Salary: £30,699 rising to £35,604 (full time, 35 hours per week)
Location: Clapham South, London, United Kingdom
Start date: As soon as possible
Skill requirements for the role are:
High level technical network and IT skills appropriate to the tasks (servers, networks, hardware and software support for users, backup routines, telephone system).
Experience of administering and managing a large Microsoft network infrastructure
Excellent knowledge of core server technologies required including AD, DNS, DHCP, GPO & Printer Management.
Good knowledge and hands on experience with backup solutions.
Good understanding of networking technologies.
Some practical knowledge of managing VMWare vSphere
Must be capable of working in a team.
Must possess a high level of interpersonal and communication skills.
The postholder must be aware of and contribute to the aims of a Catholic college and support the College’s Equal Opportunities policy.
Desirable knowledge/skills: SAN, SCCM, Cisco IOS Configuration, Office 365, Certificates, SQL Scripting and management
Benefits include 31 paid days’ annual leave, excellent training opportunities free use of our state of the art gym, cycle to work scheme, an on-site nursery and childcare vouchers in a supportive community environment, 2 minutes’ walk from Clapham South Underground Station
In promoting equal opportunities we welcome applications from all sections of the community. All disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria will be shortlisted for interview.
SFX is committed to the safeguarding and welfare of young people. Successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check
A full job description for the role is available on our website at www.sfx.ac.uk Closing date for receipt of applications is Tuesday 26 September 2017.
Please send your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Quad Group
Chipping Norton, United Kingdom
The Quad Group is looking for a PHP developer to support with our growing requirement of development work across a number of different projects. From Motorsport clients right through to event management and life-style companies.
Your key responsibilities will include:
Deliver website build or development projects for the companies that work with us.
Effectively manage projects from requirements gathering through to deployment.
Carrying out website updates, ensuring that the website portfolio is accurate, up-to-date and conforms to style guidelines.
Report and working collaboratively with the team director whom will be acting as product manager.
Experience and knowledge of HTML5 and CSS3 - Responsive web development
Experience with Adobe Creative Suite
Phalcon frame-work (desirable) REST, AJAX, API, and MVC knowledge.
WordPress and other platform technologies.
Own entire project, and bring project to a close fulfilling client request.
Able to test his/her own work
Demonstrable experience with 3rd party integrations and API’s and payment systems
Positive and friendly demeanour.
Enjoys working in a team
Dependable and trust-worthy
Attention to detail and believes in quality of output.
This role would suit a medium-level developer, looking to build on their skills and be part of a small quality driven team, delivering all aspects of web projects. You will need to be an effective communicator and be able to work both as part of a team and independently. You should not feel you need to be micro managed however can work collaboratively with other members of staff.
Location: Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 (20 minutes from Banbury, 30 minutes from Oxford)
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