Dunstable, United Kingdom
Lantec is one of the UK’s leading IT services and logistics provider with expertise in EPOS, Card Terminal and client server installations. Our clients range from small independent retailers to large corporate clients such as; Waitrose, Tesco, Lloyds Bank, WorldPay and so forth. Established for over 18 years Lantec employs over 300 staff throughout the UK, with an annual turnover of £12 million.
We work hard to give our customers a better experience and we’re all about rewarding hard work through recognition and progression. As an employee of Lantec, you will find variety in your role, have the autonomy to think outside of the box and really apply yourself.
Lantec are now looking for now requires a hands-on, self-motivated Software Developer with broad experience in MySQL, MSSQL, .NET C#, PHP to join our team with a focus on developing and enhancing our management information availability. This is an exciting opportunity for someone to really carve their own path and make a difference!
Accountabilities of the Software Developer role:
Delivery of technical solutions that meet client & company expectations.
Understanding and support of existing .NET software
Development of new management information software to access MSSQL and My SQL databases
Demonstration of adding value to the company’s business.
Accountable for the timely delivery of software in accordance with specified quality standards.
Adherence to required technical standards on a project-by-project basis.
Responsible that software created matches provided specifications. Key Competencies of the Software Developer role
Various SQL derivative database familiarity
Experience of variety of software languages and ability to learn new if required
Innovation - Demonstration of creativity in solutions that reflect either the company’s or our clients' priorities.
Ability to work within a team and engage with technical partners
Demonstration of company values
Company contribution - Development and distribution of experience and knowledge which leads to a measurable impact on building/service delivery across the company e.g. contributing to knowledge sharing/best practice, participating and delivering training to build knowledge for self and others.
Analytical skills - Demonstrable problem solving skills.
Time Management - The ability to adequately manage own time and report issues quickly that will affect the ability to deliver within a particular timescale. The ability to estimate the time a task will take accurately. Knowledge required in becoming the successful Software Developer:
Good written & verbal communication skills If you feel you have the skills, experience, passion & enthusiasm they are seeking, then please get in touch.
In return, the successful Software Developer will receive a salary which is dependent on experience + company benefits package.
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Healx is a Cambridge, UK startup combining machine learning and scientific expertise to identify existing drugs that could treat rare diseases. We’re hiring a Front End / Full Stack Developer to build amazing internal tools to help our scientists in their research. This is an excellent opportunity to use your skills to have a real impact on patients’ lives .
You will join a small team of software engineers to work on our internal web-based tools that enable scientific data analysis and curation. In particular you will build intuitive interfaces to help navigate and visualise large amounts of complex data on drugs, diseases and the relationships between them.
You’ll work closely with other members of Healx, including bioinformaticians, pharmacologists and scientific curators to understand their role and how our internal tools can help in their day-to-day work. Since our users are internal, you will get rapid feedback on changes, and see first-hand the impact of your work.
We believe in working sustainably, meaning taking care of yourself and getting things done without working long hours. We care about the quality of our work, its impact on patients, and each other.
Who we’re looking for
Our ideal candidate would have:
An interest in building intuitive user interfaces
Worked with Python and relational databases
Ideally some previous experience with data visualisation
A strong interest or experience in working with scientific data.
We don’t expect you to be an expert in all of these. We’d like to find someone who will thrive in the dynamic environment of a startup company and is excited by the company’s mission.
Healx is a Cambridge, UK startup using computational methods to identify existing drugs that may treat rare diseases, enabling treatments to be found at a fraction of the time and cost of traditional drug discovery. There are over 7,000 rare diseases that affect an estimated 350 million people worldwide, most of which lack effective treatment. We work closely with patient groups and charities to find therapies for rare diseases that may not otherwise receive sufficient research investment.
How to apply
To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV and a covering letter explaining why you’re interested in the role.
GROUP DATA MANAGER
£52,403 PER ANNUM (RISING TO £56,817 AFTER 12 MONTHS, SUBJECT TO SATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE)
35 HOURS PER WEEK
Sanctuary Group is one of the UK’s leading providers of housing, care and community services. With around 11,000 employees, we maintain a culture where diversity is valued and talent is nurtured and rewarded.
We are looking for an experienced Data Manager to take responsibility and ownership of structured business data across the Group.
Reporting to the Head of IS Technical Services with a specific focus on SAP you will develop understanding of data across the group and implement migration best practice methodology, providing best in class data solutions for both internal and external customers.
Notable experience of migrating data from multiple sources and formats into a single system is crucial; this will include data on any legacy systems from any future acquisitions. You'll be competent at setting strategies to identify what key data we require in acquisition situations and how we can best analyse and migrate this to Sanctuary systems.
Obviously we will require you to have an excellent working knowledge of business information software applications such as SAP, Cognos, Oracle and you'll have proven experience in the use of Data Quality and MDM tools across a large and complex business.
You will lead the data team and provide them with clear direction and set consistent working practices. As such we are looking for someone with proven leadership skills who is experienced in the coaching and developing of others. You'll be self motivated and will lead the team with your engaging management style, ensuring buy in and support from all key stakeholders.
You'll enjoy interrogating and analysing data and will be adept at producing robust business cases and financial documentation to support information system changes.
Travel will be a requirement of the role as will occasional overnight stays away from home so flexibility outside of normal working hours will be needed.
As part of our commitment to making Sanctuary a great place to work, we offer extensive development and training opportunities as well as a comprehensive reward and benefits package including discount schemes, 25 days annual leave and a contributory pension scheme.
How to Apply
To apply please send your CV to email@example.com and quote ref: Group Data Manager Req. 26450
Closing Date: 23rd March 2017
We reserve the right to withdraw this advertisement at any time depending on application volumes, therefore an early submission of application is encouraged.
Newton Abbot, United Kingdom
Westward is a non-profit making organisation and one of the largest developing housing groups in the area.
We have an exciting opportunity for an IS Support Officer based at our head office, Templar House, Newton Abbot. You will provide support to over 350 staff based at multiple locations throughout Devon and Cornwall for a wide range of IT and business systems.
You will work as part of a busy team to provide 1st line IS support to Westward staff on computer, business software and telephony systems liaising with 3rd party suppliers where necessary. The work is varied, interesting and demanding and will include basic network fault finding, maintenance and issue of equipment and ensuring system security is maintained.
You will have an analytical mind and experience of delivering excellent customer service to a broad range of users. Experience of using Microsoft applications in an enterprise environment would be desirable.
Further details and an application form is available to download from our website
www.westwardhousing.org.uk or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .
Closing date: 22nd January 2018
Interview date: 5th February 2018
We actively encourage applications from all sections of the community. All applications are considered on the basis of their merits and suitability for the job.