- Salary: Starting from £32,548, rising to £38,833
- Closing Date: 19 November 2017
Are you knowledgeable about all things Microsoft Dynamics?
This is an exciting opportunity for two Systems Developers to join us in a new team responsible for the development and maintenance of Dynamics solutions and services that support the University’s research, teaching and professional services.
You'll hit the ground running as you will be part of a project team building an entirely new Microsoft Dynamics/Sharepoint solution for our student placements activities and be involved in future SharePoint solutions to deliver process improvements.
What will you do?
As part of this role, you will:
- work on all phases of the development of new business systems that underlie corporate services
- maintain current systems, changes and system upgrades, and use requisite functional and technical expertise in a timely and cost effective manner
- work closely with key business owners to ensure that the solutions they develop together are both effective and efficient in helping run the University.
- provide third tier application support, whilst creating the necessary tools and materials for first and second tier Service Desk support
- work closely with key business owners in a training role, promoting best practice for current applications and new developments
Why join us?
We are committed to personal and professional development. In addition to this we offer the following employee benefits:
- 18% employer pension contributions (6% employee contributions)
- 39 days holiday (annual leave, discretionary days and bank holidays)
- A flexible working environment
- Ofsted outstanding rated onsite nursery and childcare vouchers schemes
- Salary exchange scheme (cycle to work)
- Interest free loans for public transport season tickets and motorcycle purchases for commuting
- Onsite private and NHS dentist, onsite medical centre
- Discounted physiotherapy services
- Onsite parking
Who are we?
Computing Services is here to help staff and students of the University make effective use of computing for learning, teaching & research. We aim to provide an IT environment that matches the University's international, teaching and research reputation, and which contributes to the realisation of its key institutional strategies. Furthermore we aim to respond to both the changing needs of our users, and the wide diversity of those users through the exploitation of new technologies.