London, United Kingdom
Stratajet is the world’s first real-time private jet booking platform, changing the way people travel. With Stratajet, it’s easy to search, compare and book a private jet straight from your desktop or smartphone. We believe in making private aviation faster, simpler and accessible to more people. Founded in 2011, Stratajet has since grown to a company of 40 employees headquartered in London.
We are on the lookout for a talented Technical Lead to join our vibrant, dynamic and collaborative team based in our amazing offices in Farringdon, London. You will be responsible for defining the architectural direction of consumer facing apps within the business, for leading, inspiring and evolving the team; ensuring the quality of code delivered is to an exceptional standard. The role will require expertise with Angular and Sass, or similar tools, to create elegant and performant applications for our users and business partners.
You’ll be working on…
Leading our team of web and native application developers
Driving forward our application architecture and technical strategy
Working with our Consumer Product Manager to shape the customer experience
Keeping your skills sharp by contributing code
We are looking for...
An understanding of the challenges involved with working on high converting and commercially sensitive e-commerce websites or apps
Proven ability to lead and inspire a team of engineers
Solid understanding of computer science and software engineering principles
An understanding and appreciation of good UX practises
Comfortable in a fast-paced environment with multiple stakeholders and complex, diverse and/or limited information
We are a close-knit bunch of technologists who are passionate about changing the way people fly. Working in the aviation industry poses some unique challenges beyond typical web development and we pride ourselves in using the appropriate technology for the job, leading to a tech stack that includes Ruby on Rails, Swift, Angular, .NET, Go and AWS, with a continuous deployment infrastructure and a focus on automated testing. We’re excited about testing Clojure and/or Elixir in the coming months for new microservices.
Our diverse and international team allows us to bring different perspectives to the technical and business problems we face, enabling us to constantly improve our platform and product offering.
But… we also know how to blow off steam with regular socials, ping-pong tournaments, game nights and an inquisitive desire to find the Ballmer Peak!
What’s in it for you…
Stratajet is disrupting an entire industry's business model, and you’ll be part of defining the future of the platform. You will be in a position to drive change and have a substantial impact.
Support in attending relevant meetups and conferences.
Personal project time to learn a new language or build something you’re passionate about from scratch and share with the rest of the team.
Company social events, away days, and drinks every Friday in our office bar!
Be part of a close knit, supportive and collaborative engineering team
At Stratajet we’re committed to creating a working environment where anyone and everyone can succeed. We believe in the continuous growth of our employees and provide the necessary support to ensure each person is able to do their job to the best of their abilities.
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
Interested? Apply Now!
London Zoo, United Kingdom
The Zoological Society of London (ZSL), a charity founded in 1826, is a world-renowned centre of excellence for conservation science and applied conservation. ZSL’s mission is to promote and achieve the worldwide conservation of animals and their habitats. This is realised by carrying out field conservation and research in over 50 countries across the globe and through education and awareness-raising at our two zoos, ZSL London Zoo and ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, inspiring people to take conservation action.
ZSL is seeking an ICT Assistant Operations Manager to join our ICT department and deputise in all technical areas for the ICT Operations Manager. In addition, this new hands-on role will support the ICT Operations Manager in the delivery of key business-as-usual infrastructure works and small to medium projects involved in the delivery of ZSL's operational IT services. There will also be specific responsibility to ensure adherence to a formal cyber security framework and processes. This role does not have any budget, direct reports or staffing responsibilities.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
Supports the ongoing maintenance (hardware and software) and operational effectiveness of all ZSL's core infrastructure, including storage, servers, network, monitoring systems, backup and replication services, voice systems, and other physical infrastructure.
Takes responsibility for the implementation and management of the necessary processes and procedures needed to meet the requirements of Cyber Essentials and using the 10 Steps to Cyber Security framework.
Manages incidents in accordance with business requirements, organisational policies and operational impact.
Leads on individual projects by taking a hands-on approach in their delivery.
Supervises all installation and maintenance work associated with ZSL’s network infrastructure across the sites. Ensures that ZSL procedures for working on site are followed, particularly those relating to safety and security of contractors on site.
Ideally the successful candidate will be:
Educated to bachelor degree or equivalent in a related discipline or have equivalent level of work experience
Strong experience of managing all aspects of servers, networking and system software
Proven experience of leading on bespoke pieces of work\projects
Strong knowledge of VMware vSphere, NetApp and Microsoft Server configuration and networking technologies essential
Understanding of requirements of Cyber Essentials and 10 Steps to Cyber Security framework and its application
Knowledge of Office 365 technical infrastructure and options an advantage
Demonstrate specialist expertise in the delivery and deployment of technical solutions
Independently driven and able to work well under pressure and have excellent attention to detail
Collaborative nature, can build relationships, able to adapt approach to problem solving to reflect the nature of the audience
Please Note: This is a full-time (Mon – Fri), permanent position that is based at ZSL’s offices in London, Regents Park but may involve occasional travel to Whipsnade Zoo to assist with required projects or operational work deadlines. The position may also require occasional evening, weekend and out of office hours work.
Benefits package including: 25 days annual leave, stakeholder pension, complimentary zoo tickets plus more!
For a full Job Description please click here .
Applicants will need to upload their CV and covering letter (detailing relevant experience and skills, stating why they want the position and including details of availability) and can do this by clicking the " Apply for this job online " button. If you have any queries regarding this position or when applying through the system please contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Closing date for applications: Midnight (23:59) Thursday 28th December 2017.
The Zoological Society of London is a charity registered in England and Wales: no. 208728.
6 Mitre Passage, London SE10 0ER, UK
First Line Service Desk Analyst
Here at Teach First we are passionate about ending educational inequality, and believe that all children are entitled to an excellent education, regardless of their socio- economic background. We attract top calibre candidates to work with us, as we all share in the Teach First vision and work very hard to achieve this goal. In return, we offer great benefits, the opportunity to make a difference and the chance to work with committed and passionate colleagues.
We are looking for a First Line Service Analyst to join our dedicated Service Desk Team, which sits within our Technology Department. We do things slightly different at Teach First and at this level you will have exposure to diagnosis and escalation, as well as being the first point of contact, so it’s a great opportunity to build on the skills you already have!
Your responsibilities will include:
Managing a range of incoming requests and incidents from across the organisation, escalating through internal procedures as required
Working within SLAs to provide a seamless service to all employees and stakeholders
Learning internal processes, offering creative solutions and recognising opportunities to develop or refresh these as appropriate
You will be great at:
You will have a background in a technical support role working to processes
Have excellent customer service skills
We aim to provide feedback to all applications within 10 working days from the closing date.