Carrington Recruitment Solutions Ltd
Junior Salesforce Administrator, Junior Pre-Sales Salesforce Consultant, ADM 201, ADM 301, London Junior Salesforce Administrator / Pre-Sales Salesforce Consultant required to join an up and coming Enterprise SaaS business based in Central London. You will ideally have at least 1 x Salesforce Certifications - preferably the first administration one (ADM 201) and if you have ADM 301 too, even better! If you have ADM 201 and DEV 401 we would still want to talk to you! However, if you do not have any of the certifications, we would want you to have the commercial experience with Salesforce where you are comfortable with the platform to a solid level. This is a great opportunity for a Salesforce Administrator who is frustrated with what they are currently doing to be prepared to move away from pure Admin into more of a consultative role. This is NOT a sales position - it is consulting with a bit of hands-on exposure too. It is pretty much a Pre-Sales role with the opportunity to involve a lot of variety in what you do day-to-day. We basically need the Salesforce Admin experience / certification along with an excellent personality demonstrating that you are client facing and simply good with people. This is a fantastic opportunity where your career could literally springboard into Orbit! Salary is dependent upon experience. Please apply now for more details.
IT Infrastructure Consultant - London - £65,000 Due to continued growth and expansion our organisation is currently looking for an experienced IT Physical Infrastructure consultant. The candidate will have experience of designing solutions in the following: · IT Comms spaces and IT related M&E and Architectural requirements (Mandatory) · Structured Cabling Systems (Mandatory) · Logical/physical Data Network architectures - working knowledge · Voice Systems and Unified Communications - working knowledge · IP networks - working knowledge · Smart Buildings experience would be advantageous although not essential · AutoCAD experience would be advantageous although not essential Ideally the candidate will have worked on office fitout, refurbishment or relocation projects and have exposure to RIBA work stages. This will be a technically varied role with the chance to be exposed to some of the most prestigious construction/fitout/refurbishment projects across a broad range of market sectors. There are also opportunities for international travel (though this is not mandatory). The role will include the preparation and co-ordination of IT design documentation/drawings for the development of projects. It will also require project management skills both during design and implementation phases. You will work within our IT and Audio Visual Consultancy Group and be based in our London office. Key duties and responsibilities: Technical / Consulting responsibilities: · Engage with Clients to establish clear IT Briefs and technology requirements · Provide input into technology strategy and briefing documentation · Provide advisory and co-ordinate with Design team to agree Comms Room spaces, associated IT infrastructure and IT related M&E system requirements · Design & specify IT / Structured Cabling systems · Coordinate & Manage the competitive procurement process · Provide M&E, architectural & IT information to the professional team on the IT design · Project Manage appointed contractors through project delivery including approving design submittals, site inspections, final commissioning & acceptance and client handover · Oversee contractor off site and on site testing works · Minimum of 5 years' experience, both technical and commercial, demonstrating the ability to provide high quality consultancy to clients. · Proven track record of designing and specifying IT infrastructure in areas such as commercial office buildings, hotels, high end residential, sports stadia, university campuses etc. · Some previous experience in consultancy with exposure to projects in the built environment is desirable. Otherwise work with a user, manufacturer, communications provider or systems house may be acceptable. · A detailed working knowledge in some or all of the following: Comms Spaces, Cabling Systems; Physical and Logical Architectures and Configuration of Data Networks; Voice Systems and Unified Communications; and convergence of Business and Building systems. · An understanding of associated design practices, performance standards and regulations. · A team player who can work effectively with personnel at all levels · Creative and persuasive personality, a self-starter, able to be both forceful and tactful Business oriented with the ability to address complex IT issues · Clear and fluent communicator, both in written and spoken delivery. · Graduate or graduate calibre, with a qualification in telecommunications, computing or electronics.
ECPAT UK is recruiting a development and communications administrator to provide effective logistical support to the team and directly support the CEO. The administrator is the first point of contact for those visiting or contacting ECPAT UK. The role requires a confident, professional and competent individual who is able to respond and work effectively with varied partners and clients including governments, funders, press, professionals and the public seeking help from the organisation from all over the world. In addition, because of the sensitivity of ECPAT UK's work, the administrator will act as "gatekeeper" for the organisation and will be required to handle sensitive information. The role includes day to day management and maintenance of the office, the organisation of events and meetings, supporting publications of research and creative outputs and direct support to the CEO. You will need to beproficient at proof reading and editing documents and research. The administrator will be responsible for ensuring that the organisation is up to date in respect of all regulatory standards and has appropriate insurance and support of suppliers.
Do you want to be part of an organisation that fights for children every single day? Join Save the Children as Head of Engineering and lead a team to ensure effective development, enhancement and use of business intelligence, CRM and digital platforms. In our Support Services department, we fight for children every single day. We provide leadership and direction in the business of running an efficient organisation. We ensure our resources are used to maximum effect. We go the extra mile - and we don't rest until the work is done. As Head of Engineering you will be a key enabler of better programming for children, better engagement with supporters, and more effective internal management. You will lead a team of cross-functional development and test staff, contractors and vendors. You will provide technical expertise guidance and direction, as well as setting an overall strategy and work-plan for the team. In addition you will: Lead and manage the execution and evolution of platforms, as well as software and application development and architecture and design standards Keep abreast of new technologies and champion the use of data analytics and digital technologies in Save the Children's work Ensure the implementation of agile processes wherever appropriate Lead engineering techniques including DevOps/release management Set coding standards and own QA and testing methods Work closely with the Head of Digital in our Fundraising and Marketing Department to ensure effective development and use of the suite of Adobe systems. To be successful you will be a confident, analytical thinker with a proven track record in a similar role leading talented cross-functional engineering teams. You will have a strong understanding of testing methods relating to delivery of platforms and associated applications and software. You will have Experience of agile delivery process including DevOps as a key enabler, as well as experience of DataOps. You will have demonstrable understanding of how quality data and information can be used to make day to day business decisions. In addition you will have: Solid and demonstrable experience in most of: data, BI, .NET, digital platforms (CMS, AEM, CEM, email campaign, personalization) Experience of data virtualisation platforms e.g. Tibco, Denodo etc. Experience of automation and/or CI/CD Experience of data mining, machine learning, visualisation Enterprise architecture experience Preferably a degree in a related discipline e.g. Computer Science, Engineering. At Save the Children we are committed to the safeguarding and protection of children in our work. We will do everything possible to ensure that only those who are suitable to work with children are recruited to work for us. This post is subject to a range of vetting checks including a criminal records disclosure. If you share our belief in the power of children, join the fight. It takes relentless determination, creativity and a real commitment to real change. Because every child should be able to make their mark on their world, and help to build a better future. We look forward to hearing from you. Closing date: 29th September Jobs are positioned within the salary structure on the basis of evaluation. New employees would normally be appointed at the bottom of the grade, however the appointed salary may also take into account the relevant experience a candidate brings to a role. Save the Children is committed to paying staff in a fair and equitable way and will benchmark all salary offers in line with the pay of existing staff.